After revealing an increase in caloric sugar and nonnutritive sweetener consumption in the US, researchers have reinforced the need to maintain data systems which monitor food and beverage content in order to better assess their health implications.
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Research in the Journal of Dairy Science has highlighted efforts to increase genetic diversity in dairy cattle.
The test may rapidly and sensitively distinguish subtypes of Salmonella, making its origin easier to track, the Journal of Molecular Diagnostics has reported.
Child sugar intake may be impacted by a lack of uniform serving size and standardised metrics for sugar content, according to a new study from researchers at High Point University.
A new study has revealed that even though there has been a decline in American children and teenagers consuming sugar-sweetened beverages, 61 percent of children still consume them on a typical day.
9 November 2016 | By Elsevier
Television cooking shows are an important resource for home cooks, but if these shows fail to model recommended food safety measures...