Remember meForgot password?
    Log in with Twitter

Eating News

E-device can address hunger pangs

Trying to diet but finding it hard to resit those hunger pangs? A new electronic device could be the solution. The tiny, implantable device manages to short-circuits hunger pangs and it can aid weight loss.

Why do we eat certain foods during the Holidays?

What's behind your Holiday food of choice? Opting for turkey or something vegan? Picking cake or cheese? Roger Adams, associate professor and rare books librarian for K-State Libraries looks at the history.

Technology designed to track what you eat

Scientists have developed tiny tooth-mounted sensors that can track what a person eats. The aim is to use wireless real-time monitoring to increase medical understanding between diet and health.

To eat or not to eat before exercising?

For someone keen to lose weight and seeing exercise as the answer is it best to eat before undertaking a workout session or afterwards? A science team think they have the answer.

Lack of sleep leads to more eating

London - People who sleep below the recommended minimum (that's less than seven hours per night) tend to eat more than those who get a good night's sleep, according to a new study.

Sourdough Starter: a 'living' food you will learn to love

Making a good sourdough starter it's just like creating life. The simplest, and probably oldest, bread-making method has became the latest trend in homemade food-making. In Sweden you can even hire a sitter to watch over your sourdough.

Are Vegans saving our planet from pollution? Science says yes

For the first time, a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences estimated the global effects on health and climate change of a worldwide shifting towards a vegan and vegetarian diet.

Obesity and food waste — Is Italy becoming like the U.S.?

Italy approved a new law to fight food waste by providing economic incentives to companies who want to donate food. However, recent statistics are pointing out how the Italians' "love for good food" is waning, and bad dietary habits are on the rise.

Lab-grown milk, eggs and meat could hit store shelves in 5 years

Meat, eggs and milk could be produced in lab without killing or harming animals thanks to microbe cultures. The future of food as we know it may be forever changed, allowing even vegetarians and vegans to eat hamburgers and milkshakes again.

Restaurant Review: Oakes Grill at Hanbury Manor Special

Hertford - Hanbury Manor in Hertfordshire, England, built in 1730, is a hotel, conference center and a place to play golf. It has two restaurants and a bar. Digital Journal sampled one of the venue's eating places.

Your waiter's weight could affect whether you order dessert

Be careful who you surround yourself with. That's the advice, anyway, from a recent study published by the academic journal Environment and Behavior on how we order food in restaurants.

Why eating at odd times affects memory recall

Shift work and other aspects of a busy lifestyle lead to people eating at times when the body is not geared to be expecting food. New research shows "midnight eating" can dull the memory.

Study: Men eat more food when dining with women

New York - Men will eat bigger meals when they are dining with women than they do when eating out with other men. The psychology at play seems to relate to men trying to impress women with their voracious appetite.

Body's natural rhythms control blood sugar levels

The human body’s circadian rhythm has a greater effect on glucose tolerance than eating or sleeping patterns, a study has shown.

Health food fanatics may suffer from new type of eating disorder

You, or someone you know, could be suffering from an eating disorder called orthorexia nervosa. The condition arises when someone becomes obsessed with eating healthy food or zealously following a particular health regime.

How we think we eat affects how we age, says new study

A new study suggests that focusing on aspects of the central nervous system related to ‘sensing’ the energy generated by nutrients could help to slowdown the aging process.

Man pulled over and ticketed for eating and driving

A man in Georgia was eating a burger while driving, but he was eventually pulled over and then given a ticket for the act.

The St. Lawrence Market: One of Toronto's Gems

Toronto - Great cities have great food halls and Toronto is no exception to this rule. With 211 years of history, Canada's most compelling food hall never fails to surprise.

Woman develops an addiction to eating toilet paper

Gainsborough - 25-year-old Jade Sylvester, from Gainsborough, Lincolnshire, developed an addiction to eating toilet paper while she was pregnant with her youngest son.

Dangers of eating during sleep time

Washington - A mouse study shows that eating at the wrong time of day impacts on the hippocampal function. This leads to strange behaviors and general unhealthiness. Could the same be true with people?

Processed foods lead to disease: Healthy diet will combat risks

Diets filled with processed foods are now known to increase the risk of cancers and autoimmune diseases along with obesity. Researchers have discovered that taking processed foods out of the diet and eating healthier will help prevent disease.

Study explains why organic food is better for you than conventional food

Eating organic food does have measurable benefits compared to conventional food, a new study revealed. For instance, organic food contains 20 to 40 percent more antioxidants compared to non-organic items.

Man chokes to death during South Dakota hot dog eating contest

Custer - Walter Eagle Tail probably did not expect a hot dog eating contest to end in tragedy for him. Unfortunately the 47-year-old man got one piece caught in his throat and choked to death during the competition.

Love eating snacks at night? It's in your genes

People who wake in the middle of the night craving a snack are most likely influenced by their genetic make-up, according to a new study.

Does the time we eat affect our health?

The ways in which the timing of eating can influence health is an area of debate. New research shows that the timing of meals affects the levels of lipids in the livers of mice.

Eating Vicariously — South Korea feeds the online voyeur fad

Seoul - People in South Korea clamour to watch others enjoy elaborate meals in an online fad that is taking the country by storm.

New find: The British ate frogs' legs before the French

Salisbury - For many years, the British have teased the French about their penchant for eating frogs' legs. Now the humor turns, as we find out that the British were actually the first to eat the "delicacy."

NYC restaurateurs find challenges in going local Special

New York - Chefs and restaurateurs in New York City recently came together to discuss the advantages of sourcing local ingredients. While it's a movement gaining momentum, not all businesses can afford to get on board just yet.

72-year-old man survives wilderness eating squirrels, lizards

A 72-year-old man says he was able to survive living in the wilderness while lost for 19 days by eating lizards, squirrels and frogs. Gene Penaflor recovered in a hospital in San Francisco, California.

Study: Eating peanut butter could prevent future breast disease

Researchers in two major universities and a cancer institute in the United States have found a link between eating peanut butter and a lower risk of breast disease. The researchers found the link between peanut butter and benign breast disease.
  1 2 3 Next»

Set up a news alert for


Eating Image

Cooking chicken thighs
Cooking chicken thighs
File photo: Brat eating contest at Oktoberfest.  Bentonville  Ark.  Oct. 2  2010.
File photo: Brat eating contest at Oktoberfest. Bentonville, Ark. Oct. 2, 2010.
California almonds
California almonds
A bowl of Lucky Charm cereal
A bowl of Lucky Charm cereal
Now you can invest in the food you like with a prepaid app.
Now you can invest in the food you like with a prepaid app.
A bag of bread
A bag of bread
A person eating JELL-O
A person eating JELL-O
Quinn Dombrowski
A McDonald s Happy Meal
A McDonald's Happy Meal
Calgary Review (CC BY 2.0)
A  Fast Fooding  snack outlet in Lyon France 2011
A 'Fast Fooding' snack outlet in Lyon France 2011
Bill s restaurant in St Albans
Bill's restaurant in St Albans
The Brasserie at Sopwell House offers all-day dining in a relaxed  contemporary and vibrant setting.
The Brasserie at Sopwell House offers all-day dining in a relaxed, contemporary and vibrant setting.
Squirrel in a tree eating food at Kananaskis Village  Kananaskis Country  Alberta.
Squirrel in a tree eating food at Kananaskis Village, Kananaskis Country, Alberta.

Latest News
Top News