Hunger has many different faces and is a truly global problem. The world population experiences hunger in more ways than previously thought. Climate change is only making it worse.
How do we provide useful nutrition advice to people? Is science conclusive and how to communicate this without oversimplifying?
It is diabetes awareness month and I figured, I'll challenge myself to draw together some hopefully useful information on metabolic diseases (and food in general) in a series called The Food Diaries. Only science, no fads!
Many bacteria live in our bodies in a peaceful and even beneficial manner. But is there any truth to trying to add extra of the good guys in a pill form? Here's some of the science on this...
Why some of us prefer coffee and others feel their hearts exploding after the smallest cup? How does caffeine and theine affect our body differently?
To sleep or not to sleep - there's no question!
What I mean by "bio"? I guess you'll have to read the post and see the picture to find out! Happy 2019 everyone!
Bacterial resistance is an ever-growing problem. There are more ways a microbe can escape the use of antimicrobials. Read here about an unexpected one!
The Nobel prize week is often compared to the Oscars of the scientific world. Who won and what were they wearing?
What does coffee do to you? And does adding milk to your cup changes that?