Blog entry | Jan 22 2015

You may not be interviewed on ESPN any time soon, but if you're hitting the gym (or the running path, or the dance studio ... ), it could still affect your protein needs.

Blog entry | Dec 19 2014

Whether it's the latest celebrity athlete or your mom's best friend, it seems like everyone is talking about “gluten” and going “gluten-free.” So what IS gluten?

Blog entry | Nov 17 2014

In 1983, the first scientific report on the development of genetically engineered (GE or food biotechnology, also inaccurately referred to as GMOs) plant cells was published

Blog entry | Oct 22 2014

Everyone knows we need protein, but how much? And when? And how is your work out supposed to fit in? Our new infographic shows just how much and when you should consume your protein.

Blog entry | Oct 14 2014

Packaged foods, also referred to as processed foods, have been getting a bad rap for a while now.

Blog entry | Sep 16 2014

The volume of science that's out there on food and nutrition is staggering, and living in a Google-based world is a blessing and a curse.

Blog entry | Sep 10 2014

Ever worry about food poisoning, or keeping food safe? Here are 4 simple steps to making sure your food is safe to eat. 

Blog entry | Sep 08 2014

Whom do you trust on food issues? What's FACTS and how do you use it? Get the quick answers here.

Blog entry | Sep 03 2014

Been hearing some crazy news about caffeine lately? So have we!

Milk Production: From Farm to Table
Article | Jul 14 2014