Eat your peas! It’s the easiest way to fight climate change.
Why do humans cook? Holidays are celebrated in many ways, but chances are they involve eating, and eating a LOT. Ever wonder why we cook our food?
We do it because it tastes good, of course, and because our customs and traditions are built around it. But we also cook our food for some basic biological reasons, because of evolution. Some scientists think that figuring out how to cook actually MADE us human!
If conversation gets a little dry around your holiday table, now you’ll have some awesome science to share with everyone!
Remy is an especially-clean-looking rat that’s been given the gift of Gusteau’s gastronomy. Let’s see if his signature dish is worth staking an entire restaurant’s reputation upon for the sake of a pun.
We all know that acne is caused by things we face in our everyday lives. Sweat, dirty pillowcases, and rogue hair product are just a few of the culprits of random breakouts. And wrinkles, of course, are an inevitable side effect of aging. But it’s not only what touches our skin on the outside that can cause it to flare up. In fact, the food you put inside your body is just as important. If you have an expert skincare regimen but your skin still isn’t top-notch, you could be consuming all the wrong things. Here are a few of the surprising foods that can wreak havoc on your complexion…
Why working out is great for health, but not for weight loss, explained in five minutes.
Most people think the Mediterranean diet is just about restricting what you eat, but they’re getting it all wrong.