This Week in Animal Husbandry
Maybe if you fly in a dinner-jacketed Italian opera singer to sing to your cows, they won't run away.
In this week's news: Yogurt discovers its savory side; scientists look into the problems of piling on the protein; and caramel coloring gets a red flag.
In this week's news: Comfort foods are found to be not so soothing; diet soda gets a gut check; and addiction programs quit with the sweets.
In this week's news: Tofu firms up its fan base; Butter Image Rehab 2014 continues; and a soda giant refreshes its ingredient list.
In this week's news: A buzzkill study related to red wine emerges; a documentary suggests not all calories are created equal; and food dyes appear in unexpected places (et tu, pickles?).
Healthy Eats looks at nutrition news: Sandwiches are salty; Restaurants cut calories; Sugar is hurting your brain.
In this week's news: Gluten isn't the only culprit in town; carbs, however, aren't getting any slack; and a chef serves up a side of food politics.
In this week's news: Having an off-again-on-again relationship with bread; debating the meaning of "natural" food; and naming as many Dr. Oz diet catchphrases as possible (it's a "miracle!").
Organic milk, that thermometer in your kitchen drawer and exercise does a brain good, in this week's Nutrition News Feed.
In this week's news: Doctors embrace the food-as-medicine concept; chocolate is awesome for a whole new reason; and saturated fat (slowly) comes back into the fold.
In this week's news: The rise of vegan Thanksgiving, food banks that grow kale and the problem with pizza joints and calorie counts.