DIET & NUTRITION

Why 2050 America Could Look Stunted

Parental hunger in the current generation of Americans threatens to hobble the next one.

First Zero-Waste Chocolate Lets You Eat Guilt-Free

This might be the only bar on Earth that is wrapped in a piece of biodegradable art.

OZY Looks Back on a Year of Food

Here are some of our favorite stories this year on food, glorious food — from creating it to eating it.

She's Designing a Disease-Fighting Menu for Your Gut — and Yours Alone

Usune Etxeberria, at the innovative Basque Culinary Center, is researching how diets of the future can be tailored to your microbiome — fighting diabetes and more.

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Real Talk Real Change

Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.

India Shows Why the Global Shift to Plant-Based Diets Is Dangerous

The absence of more meat in the Indian diet is responsible for undernutrition.

She's Putting Cannabis in Your Diet … Without the High

Laura Lagano is breaking barriers as a dietitian by embracing the benefits of cannabis and CBD.

How Quinoa Is Taking Over the World — in 100 Countries and Counting

From Saudi Arabia to Central Asia and Egypt to Scandinavia, farmers are now turning to this crop’s climate resilience.

New Millennial Diet: Vegan + Paleo = Peganism

This new food fad, which promises to help you reduce weight and inflammation, is on the rise, despite fears that it overly restricts eating options.

Doctor Offers Simple Solution to Curb Obesity: Swallow a Balloon

Shantanu Gaur had a eureka moment during a nutrition class: The world is too fat, and he knew he could change it.

Why Does Diabetes Plague This Canadian Province?

This Northeastern region suffers from the highest rate of diabetes and prediabetes in Canada.

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The Food That Built America

The Food that Built America tells the unbelievable true stories behind the industry titans like Henry Heinz, Milton Hershey, the Kellogg brothers and Ray Kroc, who revolutionized food, and transformed American life and culture forever in the process.

Niger Shows the World How to Save Children

Despite extreme poverty, this country offers lessons to developing and developed nations on how to cut childhood mortality.

Because Food and People Are Terrible Things to Waste

A sustainable, equitable food model brings farmers and chefs together to address food shortages in this major city.

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