Food companies claim probiotics in the creamy treat can improve digestion and even boost immunity.
Two studies try to calculate obesity's price tag, while two new initiatives offer solutions to the epidemic.
An Economist article highlights the controversial food labeling program, while one nutritionist defends it. The author still thinks it should be ended.
Ingredients vary in size and freshness, making it hard to determine the nutritional value of a dish.
Experts and consumers alike rally against the food-labeling program, which has endorsed Froot Loops as healthy.
The author replies to a reader who wants to know where her funding comes from.
As more experts advocate for taxes on sugary drinks, is it just a matter of time before they're implemented?
The government finally decides to set a standard definition for the term. The author hopes it goes far enough.
McDonald's British restaurants will stop using genetically-modified ingredients. Why not in the US, too?
A foundation recommends menu-labeling and junk food taxes, along with more parks and sidewalks.
Experts disagree on the threat of a carcinogen that forms when some foods are cooked at high temperatures.
A new health department advertising campaign warns New Yorkers: "Don't drink yourself fat."
Every fish in the 291 rivers and streams the study surveyed contained the toxin. What now?
For the first time, The American Heart Association issued a statement urging Americans to cut back on sugar.
Nearly half the cereal's calories come from sugar, yet it's marked healthy by American Society of Nutrition. Why?
The author explains what she would have told Stephen Colbert about America's sugar shortage.
The U.K. requires companies to label foods that have genetically modified ingredients. Why the U.S. should, too.
The USDA just announced an audit of the program that determines the country's organic food standards.
Bills in the House and Senate attempt to improve the country's food regulations. Do they do enough?
The debate over the nutritional value of organic foods isn't about health. It's about market share.