FOOD

Eat This

This Is What Happens to Your Body When You Eat Fast Food a Lot

The Happy Meal may be one of the most paradoxically named products to ever hit the market.
Grant Stoddard
11.12.18
Eat This

This Is What Happens to Your Body When You Give Up Meat

The more subtle effects of going vegetarian.
Grant Stoddard
11.1.18
diet

A Beginner's Guide to Intermittent Fasting

A personal trainer with more than 20 years of experience on the diet explains the pros and cons.
Christian Finn
10.11.18
Living With It

The Psychological Effect of Having to Give Up the Foods You Love

"I never stop craving just a few tacos with the twice-fried beans and a glass of milk.”
Erin Wisti
9.7.18
Eat This

Here's How Gross it Is if You Find a Hair in Your Food

Despite the possibility of encountering dyes, sprays, and gels applied to hair, it’s not considered a chemical hazard in food—only a physical or biological one.
Christine Ro
8.14.18
food for thought

What Are Lectins and Are They Bad for Me?

A book, The Plant Paradox, claims that lectins are a molecule hiding in healthy foods making you sick—is it true?
Shayla Love
8.6.18
Instagram

Instagram Videos of Cakes Being Iced Are Good for Zoning Out

Once you start you can't stop.
Gabriella Geisinger
6.1.18
Fighting Words

The Whole30 Won't Fix Your Relationship With Food

Ultimately, it fails to address the root of many people’s food-related anxiety.
Franzi Ross
Isabelle Ross
5.16.18
Eat This

Rich People Know Less About Nutrition Than They Think

When surveyed on a variety of food topics, wealthy people fared no better—and sometimes worse—than their lower-earning peers.
Sheril Kirshenbaum
Douglas Buhler
4.17.18
mental health

I Worry That Everything I Eat Is Going to Give Me Food Poisoning

Every slightly dented veggie threatens to turn my life into the bathroom scene from Bridesmaids.
Jennifer Billock
3.21.18
Asking for a friend

How Much Sushi Is Too Much?

Parasites, mercury, bacteria, oh my.
Misha Gajewski
1.24.18
Asking for a friend

How Gross Is It to Eat Buffet Food?

Well, an infectious diseases specialist called them "cesspools for bacteria."
Ryan Brown
1.11.18