Drinking the right milk can increase or decrease aging, research finds

A study from Larry Tucker, professor of exercise science at Brigham Young University studied the relationship between telomeres (endcaps of human chromosomes) and milk consumption in about 5,800 U.S. adults. The findings published in Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity found a strong correlation between high-fat milk consumption and rapid aging. This is important because telomeres […]

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P.F. Chang’s dine-in out, to-go in

In Chicago, P.F. Chang’s is rolling out a to-go model that is slated to focus on carryout, catering and deliver according to the Chicago Sun-Times. The first location will open Feb. 3 and will feature 80% of the chain’s menu. The restaurant plans to open additional to-go locations with two more in Chicago and locations […]

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Amazon is bringing a grocery store chain to your neighborhood

An Amazon grocery store? The Wall Street Journal reports that Amazon is opening grocery stores across the country, with the first location in Los Angeles by early next year. Amazon’s new store does not have a name yet, but it will different from Whole Foods, which Amazon acquired for $13.7 billion. Via Grocery Dive, Since […]

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The FDA and CBD: Legalizing cannabis-based food and drinks

Reports from CNBC states FDA is thinking about changing their stance on whether cannabis-based food and drinks should be sold. After President Trump signed a farm bill that legalized hemp, it loosened a few federal restrictions on cannabis, it is no longer under the Controlled Substances Act but FDA can still regulate any cannabis-based products as […]

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5 Food Trends for 2019

Out with the old and in with the new. There’s new food trends on the rise in 2019 that will make you healthier or confuse you, either way 2019 is shaping up to be an interesting year.   Nut Butter There are already several nut butters on the market. But there will be a rise […]

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Fun Food: Price Points Condiments

Did you know that in 2016 that Sriracha beat out ketchup and mustard as America’s favorite condiment? It’s not too surprising how good it tastes. Anyway Scott Norton for Sir Kensington’s is in to guess which condiments are more expensive. Press play below and follow which version of ketchup, mustard, ranch and BBQ are fancier!

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