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Empowering people to make good decisions at mealtimes starts with shoppers knowing what’s in the food they’re buying.
A growing body of evidence suggests that people who eat lots of cheese do not have a higher risk of cardiovascular diseases.
On child nutrition, legislators trusted over repeated terms or across generations have failed the Indian voter.
One of the biggest flaws of studies like the egg study is that these aren’t constructed in a way that would help people make better choices.
Lacking a regular breakfast routine kept our ancient ancestors lean, and modern day research says it could even lead to weight loss.
Face-to-face and hands-on training matters just as much as the quality of our software and interface – maybe even more.
The malty empire of Horlicks will stay in India, but will it grow is the question.
Increasing evidence support the idea that our metabolic health is not just regulated by what we eat, but also when we eat.
A new Nestle programme could provide the firm with a wealth of data about customers’ wellness and diet using AI and DNA testing.
Karin Michels says coconut oil ranks among the top worst foods one can eat, but studies in the West make a compelling case for the oil as a 'superfood'.