Displaying 26–50 of 3695 results for
Pomegranates may be a viable alternative to anti-inflammatory drugs
Eating fresh grapes may prevent the accumulation of oxidized cholesterol as well as the development of atherosclerotic lesions, report scientists in Israel.
A Swedish study shows probiotics can increase "infection defense" white blood cells and may be able to reduce disease-causing overreactions in the immune system.
Eating fiber-rich vegetables, fruit and whole grain foods may reduce risk of breast cancer in pre-menopausal women, but not in postmenopausal women, according to a new UK study.
Nearly 18,000 people wrote the government over the summer and fall to protest arcane new rules that may kill off the iconic Smith Brothers Dairy, as well as two other family-owned Northwest milk farms. But that eye-popping opposition from the public had no effect on the U.S. Department of ...
Heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, like those found in fish, may give a boost to behavior, mood and personality, according to researchers from the University of Pittsburgh.
Cutting trans fats from the diet may be especially important for women of childbearing age who want to have children.
H.J. Heinz Co. may spice up its offerings of sauces and condiments through acquisition -- especially if Kraft Foods Inc. puts its A1 steak sauce on the table, a senior Heinz official said.
Oscar Mayer Premium Beef Franks have no artificial flavors, colors, fillers or by-products and are packaged in the same easy-to-use re-sealable package to lock-in freshness.
New food and beverage products now available on store shelves for May 2011.
Grip-n-Dip Chicken Strips for kids from ConAgra; Coca-Cola's Dasani and Powerade go grape; Oscar Mayer Fast Franks from Kraft Food; "pure" juices from Tropicana; stand-up taco shells from General Mills; and Corelli brand pasta sauce in a box from The Kroger Co.
Lunasin-XP may lower cholesterol and have cancer-preventive properties
A new study presented in Clinical Cancer Research, a journal of the AACR (American Association for Clinical Cancer Research), shows diets high in Omega-3 EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) and DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) may decrease the risk of prostate cancer.
Men and women with coronary heart disease who drink one glass of pomegranate juice daily may improve blood flow to their heart, according to a new study.
Diane Toops reveals The top new food products of May 2008
Just days before a government deadline will force food manufacturers to detail the amount of artery-clogging trans fat in their products, Kraft Foods Inc. said local consumers may have to wait months to get a promised healthier version of the popular Oreo cookie.
Source Naturals introduces XyliSmart, a "tooth-friendly" sugar substitute which may reduce the risk of dental caries and does not promote tooth decay, and is a diabetic safe, low glycemic sweetener.
Edison Grainery received the 2013 Food and Beverage Innovations Awards (FABI) from the National Restaurant Association during its annual conference in May for its line of Organic Quinoa Pasta.
Our May cover story examines the top-selling products of 2005 -- as identified by Information Resources Inc. -- and what accounted for their appeal.
NAS criteria pinpoint dangers and may prompt new legislative authority for feds
The new rules may represent a step forward -- and the most that any proponent of genetically modified foods can realistically hope for
Manufacturers will not have the option of handing recalls quietly. Information may even appear on FDA's web site.
According to this expert, 2011 may be one of the best years in recent memory for food processors to make capital investment.
Tart cherries as the latest in health foods may sound like little more than sour grapes. But there's nothing sour about their positive effect on health. Centuries of folklore about the health powers in these little jewels are finding support in research. Tart cherries, those we use in cherry pie,...