Low-Fat Vegan Diets Could Reduce Risk Of Type 2 Diabetes, New Study Finds

A new study indicates that eating a low-fat, vegan diet could decrease the risk of chronic illnesses like type 2 diabetes.

The research was published in Dietary Science and Practice. It looked at the ways in which low-fat, plant-based foods impact body weight and composition, as well as insulin

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Milwaukee medical complex chef makes healthy food

kristine M. Kierzek

Cooking is a continuum of care for Sara Crawley. Feeding others feeds her own needs, too. 

Crawley started out studying nursing, and while putting herself through school she worked in the restaurant industry. It quickly became clear to her that her path was meant to be in

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SEMO students share food, culture during International Education Week

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (KFVS) – One thing many across the globe can agree on is their love for food.

That’s what gathered SEMO students together on Tuesday in Cape Girardeau as they offered foods from their own countries as part of the International Education Week.

Students we talked with said

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Food for Partying – The New York Times

I was invited to a collaging party at a friend’s house recently. Crafting of any kind is pretty new to me, but I fell hard for the process of riffling through piles of magazines, old picture books, discarded catalogs and stacks of textured, printed papers. My contribution was a bunch

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The Ingredients for Emotional Fast-Food Connection

Editor’s note: This is part one of a two-part series on emotionally driven consumers and their connection to quick-service restaurants. Part two will cover testing methodologies that empower emotional transparency.

If you’ve ever overheard two people in the middle of a heated debate between thin-crust or deep-dish pizza, you understand

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Caterer sued over food laced with marijuana at Longwood wedding, records show

SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. – An Orlando caterer accused of being involved with food laced with marijuana at a Longwood wedding now faces a lawsuit from one of the wedding guests, according to court records filed Monday.

Joycelyn Bryant, 31, catered the wedding back in February, which is where deputies found

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Whipped cream made from lactic acid? Researchers develop fat-free alternative to whipped cream

High in saturated fat and calories, whipped cream is an indulgence for most consumers, who have turned to ‘better-for-you’ low-fat options or dairy-free alternatives made from coconut or palm oils as a replacement.

However, these replacements have never quite delivered on taste and texture or nutrition (as some coconut-based creams

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MyPlate? Few Americans know or heed US nutrition guide

Here’s a quick quiz: What replaced the food pyramid, the government guide to healthy eating that stood for nearly 20 years?

If you’re stumped, you’re not alone.

More than a decade after Agriculture Department officials ditched the pyramid, few Americans have heard of MyPlate, a dinner plate-shaped logo that emphasizes

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International food trade increasingly vital to the world’s population

Canada needs to work to reduce food trade barriers.

Ottawa–Half of the global population will depend on foreign countries for their food supply by 2050 and international markets must function better to keep them from going hungry, says Claire Citeau, Executive Director of the Canadian Agri-Food Trade Alliance (CAFTA).

Currently

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This Fruitcake Recipe Doubles Down on Deliciousness

What would the holidays be without jokes about fruitcake — that it’s leaden, dry and hard, better used as a doorstop or dumbbell than served as dessert?

Every December, fruitcake’s loathsomeness is enshrined on greeting cards and in cartoons. The comedian Johnny Carson famously cracked that there was but one

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