featured

Clare Collins, University of Newcastle If food is labelled low fat, it’s got to be better for weight loss, right? Wrong – it’s the total kilojoules that matter most for weight loss. Looking solely at fat content only gives you … Continue reading

Judith Stark, Seton Hall University Consumption. By a strange shift of meaning, this 19th-century word describing a serious and often fatal disease is the same word used now for a way of life focused on material goods. Is it time … Continue reading

Orla Kennedy, University of Reading Olive oil producers and other European food industry members have said they’re concerned about the UK’s traffic-light food labelling system because their products would be labelled as unhealthy. But nutrition labels are seen in some … Continue reading



what's new