Eating healthy can often feel like torture in a country whose crowning achievement in food is the Crunchwrap Supreme. To make matters worse, a lot of supposedly healthy foods aren’t actually very good for you.
Malta’s oft-recorded high-obesity rates demand that action be taken, though this is, of course, easier said than done. Shifting from an over-eating culture to one that favours a more spartan diet is already challenging enough…
Most people’s idea of fast-food probably doesn’t have the word “healthy” associated with it, but Grabbagreen is hoping to change that perception with its line of natural foods. Grabbagreen opened last month at 6607 W.
A new analysis finds that children who eat healthfully are more likely to be happy, and those who are happy are more likely to eat healthfully. Interestingly, these links were independent of weight. Childhood weight
When the food industry funds nutritionists, critics say it subverts science to preserve its market. Children buying snacks and soft drinks at a stand just outside their school in Kota Bharu, Malaysia. Malaysia has become
Coconuts – everywhere and in everything – were on the health-food radar for 2017, along with seaweed and near-sobriety. Forecasters were largely correct in highlighting these trends, which are likely to continue. Keen to know
Get the Better newsletter. SUBSCRIBE We salivate over sweet desserts and dig into comforting savory dishes with gusto. Meanwhile, bitter foods are usually the odd man (or, er, food) out in the culinary world. But