The below transcript is from Episode 55 of the Trending: Pet Food podcast where editor Lindsay Beaton spoke with Basel “Vasili” Nassar, founder and CEO of Boss Nation Brands, about the latest trends in pet gut health and where the market might be headed. You can find the episode at
You’ve probably heard by now that when it comes to weight loss, slow and steady is the best way to drop pounds and keep them off. But it’s also understandable to want results fast. So, when you stumble across something like the military diet plan—which promises to help you lose
With sales of whole milk climbing and TikTokers clearing the shelves of the white stuff – should we be ditching the oat milk and opting for full-fat dairy instead? Dietician Laura Tilt looks at the research.
The British public’s relationship with fat is well documented – since the 80s, public
California is putting up the minimum wage for fast-food workers to $20 an hour on April 1 — and it could make restaurant prices so unpalatable that people buy more groceries to cook at home instead.
Fast-food workers in the Golden State won’t just get a one-off raise – the
Eating a healthy diet can significantly reduce a person’s risk of developing heart problems.
That’s partly because diet influences whether a person is overweight, has high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or type 2 diabetes, which are risk factors of cardiovascular disease, Victoria Taylor, a senior dietitian at the UK-based Read more
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Wendy’s is sweetening its breakfast lineup with a new treat that comes from an unusual place: another fast food chain.
It’s a risky bet that other chains have made before. Partnerships between rivals can boost sales, but they can also anger restaurant owners. And they risk
You’re probably familiar with the myriad benefits of the Mediterranean diet: reduced inflammation, healthy brain aging, and more. But the similar Atlantic diet offers its own advantages, according to a new study conducted in Spain.
Researchers at the University of Santiago de Compostela discovered a link between the Atlantic diet