Oxfam has issued a warning that current Net Zero schemes will require an area equivalent to all the farmland on Earth to be forested, putting food security at risk.
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Research suggests that the keto diet may not be that beneficial for health, obtaining only short-term weight outcomes, and is “not more effective" then other diets.
This week’s roundup includes Salmonella and Listeria monocytogenes contaminations, as well as reports of multiple undeclared allergens in household products.
Urgency surrounding vaccination program finds household names offering incentives to the vaccinated.
The research suggests that those who chose certain types of food at an all-you-can-eat buffet were more likely to gain weight a year later.
Study leads researcher to believe that lifestyle changes, which increase aerobic activity and moderately decrease calorie intake, may help to improve vascular health in older adults facing obesity.
The tax would, according to Ethan Brown, head of the meat-substitute company, help drive down the price of plant-based alternatives, though Prime Minister Boris Johnson has expressed his reluctance to enforce such a levy in the past.
Ceres is particularly focussing on scope 3 emissions, which are emissions caused indirectly by an organisation in the value chain.
A new study has outlined just how important the early stages of a child's life are when it comes to preventing obesity.
Nutritional security declined across the board during India’s lockdown, but numerous factors have led researchers to believe that women’s nutrition was disproportionally impacted.
HelloFresh says the new marketplace will offer more convenient products to its customers in the US.
This week’s roundup includes reports of possible salmonella contamination, Listeria monocytogenes, E. coli, and multiple undeclared allergens.
Microplastic (MP) pollution and its impact on marine organisms is a concern for human health, claims new research from the University of Portsmouth.
It's hoped that the deployment of Golden Rice will help combat vitamin A deficiency in the country, with the hardest hit areas set to be targeted first.
Young people feel forgotten when it comes to advice on healthy eating - that's according to a new study conducted by EIT Food.