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Debate 2.0: Should junk food be illegal?
Heavy corporate marketing of “unhealthy commodities” like soda pop helps spread health problems worldwide. But are anti-junk food laws intrusive?
A story of food in Australia
Author Rebecca Huntley takes an in-depth look at the good, bad and ugly eating habits of people in Australia.
Rethinking a weed: the truth about amaranth
A ‘superweed’ that has developed herbicide immunity is in fact cousin to a superfood. Why are we trying to zap it instead of studying its potential?
How things work: Food energy
With obesity and diabetes becoming ever more common, it seems many people don’t understand the basics of nutrients and metabolism. Do you?
Benefits of traditional fermented foods
Using native knowledge of locally available raw materials, people across the globe produce fermented food and drinks that have health-promoting benefits.
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