Image Source: Getty / Stephen Lovekin During a prepresidency interview with CNN, Donald Trump opened up about his predilection for fast food. He said, "I'm a very clean person.
Is it safe to eat at Chipotle? Customers reported experiencing painful norovirus symptoms ranging from severe stomach discomfort, nausea, dizziness, and dehydration to vomiting and diarrhea—which even drove two victims to the hospital. "We are working with health authorities to understand what the cause may be and to resolve the situation as quickly as possible," Jim Marsden, Chipotle's executive director of food safety, told Business Insider.
Chemists at the University of Bath collaborated with a British cafe to discover how the temperature of coffee beans affects flavor. “What you’re looking for is a grind that has the smallest difference between the smallest and largest particle,” said Christopher Hendon, a chemist who was involved in the study. Instead of storing your coffee in your cupboard, try sticking it in an airtight container and toss it in the freezer the night before you grind and brew.
I hopped on the smoothie train and rode that obsession hard. I was all about green smoothies, protein smoothies, and thick and creamy overnight oats smoothies.
A cup (or, let's be honest, three cups) of coffee a day does more than just keep the cranky, groggy feelings away - it's actually proven to increase your longevity. Not one but two recent studies published in the Annals of Internal Medicine confirmed coffee's most important health benefit: it can help you live longer.
Tempted by the welcoming scent, you succumbed to buying a small serving of McDonald’s french fries. Mickey D’s fries are made of more than just Russet Burbank and Shepody potatoes—they also pack in vegetable oil (canola oil, corn oil, soybean oil, hydrogenated soybean oil, natural beef flavor), dextrose, sodium acid pyrophosphate, and salt.
The research team divided study participants into subgroups based on the frequency they ate potatoes each week. Using the data they collected from each group, Nicola Veronese, lead author of the study, and a dozen researchers discovered that those who ate fried potatoes two to three times per week were twice as likely to die early compared to those who didn't eat fried potatoes.
Elettra Rossellini Wiedemann, who’s been shot for Vogue and Elle and Harpers Bazaar, has also penned a cookbook, the Impatient Foodie, an accessible, entertaining guide to consuming what’s in your fridge. This proves that models like Teigen and Wiedemann do, in fact, eat – albeit, with foresight and planning. It’s also true that some models don’t eat and I know them to,” Wiedemann tells Yahoo Style.
You've probably heard at some point that wine contains sugar, but experts say it's probably less than you'd think. Here's how much sugar is in wine.
If you read “clean eating” blogs and follow #fitspo Instagrammers, you’d be forgiven for thinking that processed white bread is basically poison. The reality isn’t that simple, though, and processed white bread could actually be just as good for you as brown, according to a new study. Scientists at the Weizmann Institute of Science, in Israel, monitored the effects of eating a traditional supermarket white loaf compared with artisanal wholewheat sourdough – and there was little difference between them.
Some raw vegan bloggers are encouraging their readers to follow an extreme raw vegan diet to lighten or eradicate their periods, which they claim are “toxic.”
It’s known that the foods you choose can affect your risk for disease. A new study suggests that drinking tea may be good for you — if you’re a woman.
Time Magazine started a Twitter field day when it picked up a story about Australian property developer Tim Gurner and his ideas on millennials’ spending habits.
This is much worse than a little spoiled milk: A woman in New York claims she fell violently ill for days after accidentally consuming what looks like a giant “squid-like” clump of mold inside her sealed bottle of Vita Coco coconut water. Since Vita Coco’s packaging is opaque, Barbara...
Growing numbers of amateur chefs are visiting accident and emergency departments thanks to our obsession with avocados. “People do not anticipate that the avocados they buy can be very ripe and there is minimal understanding of how to handle them," Simon Eccles, honorary secretary of the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons, who treats about four avocado-hand sufferers a week, told The Times. While there are currently no hard statistics on the number of victims, there's good evidence that avocado hand is widespread – and not just the scourge of middle-class homes in Britain.
We’ve heard of art imitating life, but life impersonating art in a bizarre prank that leaves everyone questioning the meaning of art in the first place? That’s always more fun. A couple of wise-guy students at Scotland’s Robert Gordon University decided to prank their school’s in-house art exhibit...
The actress went from living off of ramen and funnel cakes to making her own kale and fruit smoothies every morning.