Eating more whole grains may reduce the risk of premature death, according to a new meta-analysis by researchers from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
Author: Guest Contributor
- Cooking Tips + Kitchen Tips
- Eat Drink Better
- Eat Local
- Eating for Health
- Food Industry
- Gift Guide
- Sustainable Food Jobs
- The Green Divas Podcast
- Vegan Products
- Vegan Recipes
- Vegan Snacks
- Vegetarian + Vegan Issues
There’s strong evidence that a vegan diet rich in whole plant foods could protect you from type 2 diabetes.
New research calls government recommended cooking temperatures for meat into question.
Eating barley or foods containing barley significantly reduced levels of two types of “bad cholesterol” associated with cardiovascular risk, a St. Michael’s Hospital research paper has found.
It’s time again for our weekly sustainable food jobs series in partnership with our sister site: Green Job Post. Every week, we share some select listings in this space.
Is lettuce worse than bacon? Let’s look at the math.
Making changes (today, even small ones) that can help feed 9 billion by 2050.
Freeze-dried fruits have been included in backpacks of everyone from servicemen and women to campers. They’re lightweight and have a shelf life of years rather than days. And now mechanical engineering student, Kent Ngo, and his team over at FoPo Food Powder is taking the idea to the next level. They collect nearly expired fruits from area grocery stores and turn them into powders. This clever idea rescues unsold or ugly fruits from rotting in the trash and landfills.
Right now bees and crucial pollinators are being needlessly exposed to toxic pesticides – We need your help today to make sure that America’s endangered pollinators survive!
Palm oil deforestation is destroying habitats and polluting our air and water. What can we do as consumers to make a difference?
If you’re a fan of Eat Drink Better, more than likely you’re not only a foodie but an animal lover, too. That describes most of us at Animal Place, one of the nation’s largest and oldest sanctuaries for farmed animals. We like to eat good vegan food, hang out with the resident animals, and of course work diligently to protect them from cruelty and neglect.
Last week, three of the world’s largest agrochemical companies filed a lawsuit against the County of Kauaʻi to block implementation of the recently passed Kaua’i Ordinance 960 (formerly known as Bill 2491). Syngenta, DuPont Pioneer Hi-Bred, and a Dow Chemical subsidiary filed the lawsuit in federal district court on Oahu.
Jonty Whittleton, campaigner at Compassion in World Farming, recounts the time he spent with communities in Argentina, where the ‘Big Soy’ boom is ruining lands and lives – and it’s all in the pursuit of cheaper meat and bigger profits.