The Harvard University study found a number of major health benefits linked to eating 70 grams of whole grain a day, equivalent to a large bowl of porridge
Calorie intake has been found to fluctuate massively depending on a person's age
'It's more acceptable to say 'I don't eat gluten' than to say 'I don't want to eat that cake''
A leading expert has warned there is no evidence gluten-free diets benefit 'healthy' non-coeliac people and they may actively cause more harm than good due to high sugar and fat contents
Food high in whey protein kept study participants fuller for longer
Scientists showed children videos of other kids eating bell peppers
Including eggs and nut spreads
Nutritional sciences lecturer Scott Harding argues all food can be part of a healthy diet
Even a single 80g serving of the fruit or veg per day containing the plant compounds may improve health
Researchers at the University of Granada published the results of their study in the Food Chemistry journal
There is no legal or medical definition for what counts as a 'superfood', but that doesn't mean the term is bogus
One not-so-surprising thing resonates with each plan: they're all meant to improve health
Eating foods such as tomatoes is healthy for some people but not others
While many assume it's US citizens who consume the most calories, a central European country topped the list
Men living alone were more likely to have a poor diet than women
Are green peas a good source of protein? Are potatoes one of your five-a-day?