A new, widely reported study argues that eating animal products such as meat and dairy are vital to young, developing brains. But that is totally untrue. Anthony explains why.
With all the rich, delicious food consumed over the holidays, it makes sense everyone would gain some weight. But how many pounds does the average person actually pack on? Cristen Conger, from "Stuff Mom Never Told You," joins Anthony to find out.
The research is the first to take into account the levels of arsenic in the participants' household water when looking at the amount of arsenic coming from foods.
When it comes to weight loss, it might just be those over-sized plates and bowls you're eating from that are causing your problem. Trace explains a whole new idea behind a cause for overeating.
There's nothing quite like a juicy steak straight off the grill, but scientists are coming close to replicating that meaty greatness, without the meat! Annie sinks her teeth into the advances in fake meat.
The study is one of the largest to look at the link between nut consumption and overall risk of death.
Vitamin supplements are everywhere, arguing by their existence that a normal diet doesn't provide the level of nutrition we need. Supplementing with vitamins, then, will make us healthier and prolong our lives. But is this actually true?
Most adult animals on Earth share one thing in common: brown poop. But what's in it that makes it that particular color? Trace does the dirty work to find out.
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