We've been told that our salt intake is dangerously high. While the Centers for Disease Control back this statement, is it true? Tara Long joins DNews to look at an interesting new study saying that Americans' salt intake is fine!
Eating seven or more servings of fruits and vegetables a day reduces people's risk of dying
The five-second rule is the common belief that if you drop a piece of food on the floor and pick it up within five seconds, the food is still safe to eat. Laci and Trace take a look at the interaction of harmful bacteria and food.
Despite a common belief that a meal isn't a meal without a hunk of protein, new findings suggest middle-aged adults would be better off easing up on the chicken and cheese.
The trick to making sausage healthier may be baby poop, researchers say.
Because there's no definition of natural, foods with chemicals regularly stock U.S. shelves.
Eating added sugar not only increases the risk of obesity, but may also increase the risk of dying from heart disease.
The clinical definitions of “obsession” and “fetish” are negative, experts say, despite the joy some in Korea report watching pretty girls eat a lot.
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