The science behind most claims is complex, and the findings are often hard to translate into usable advice. Fat used to be the villain; sugar is now in some circles; others emphasize exercise and moderate, common sense eating.
The first and most basic premise of Mark Schatzker’s provocative 2015 book “The Dorito Effect” seems sound enough: Flavor matters. “We eat,” Schatzker says, “because we love the way food tastes.” Read moreRead More »
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration should reject a petition filed by the Good Food Institute (GFI) that would undermine federal standards of identity for food and sanction existing misleading marketing tactics of imitation dairy products, the National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) said in comments filed today. Read moreRead More »