Flash! A new study published Tuesday in the journal Environmental Research reveals that people who switched from a conventional to an organic diet reduced their intake of pesticides by 60 percent in just one week.
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. Read moreRead More »
Researchers from the University of Illinois found that the more soy-based foods a person eats, the less likely they are to get prostate cancer. This could be one reason soyfood-consuming countries in Asia have such low rates of the cancer compared to countries such as the U.S. Read moreRead More »