Food

Health

Are You Eating Too Much Protein? This Common Amino Acid Could Reveal the Answer

ByMiriam Fauzia
Taste of the Holidays

How do Christmas cakes last for years? Inside the “perfect storm” of preservation

ByBecca Caddy
HORIZONS

These robots have one special skill that could make human chefs obsolete

BySascha Brodsky
Taste of the Holidays

There might be a biological reason you hate Brussels sprouts

ByBecca Caddy
One Year Later

Soy boys: How tofu conquered the supermarket during a global pandemic

ByKate Bratskeir
Taste of the Holidays

Inside the toxic history of a beloved festive spice

ByBecca Caddy
Taste of the Holidays

105 years ago, a savvy candy company created the most divisive holiday dish ever

ByBecca Caddy
Seared

How to create the perfect scoop of ice cream — with science

ByMadeline Muzzi
Culture

Ancient Judeans’ table scraps offer a fresh twist on Jewish cuisine

ByKate Bratskeir
Seared

Why science is so important for the decadent pavlova

ByMadeline Muzzi
Seared

Mastering sourdough with the science of yeast

ByMadeline Muzzi
gravity free lunch

Nostalgia is the future of space food

BySarah Wells
The Inverse Interview

Pokimane Reveals Why She's Selling Cookies — And Why She'll Never Join Kick

ByShannon Liao
Detox

How does social media affect body image in men? The dangers of Instagram, explained

ByKatie MacBride
Gaming

'Animal Crossing' and 'Stardew Valley' have inspired a wave of DIY projects

ByAna Diaz
Science

How Newtonian physics can help make the perfect mashed potatoes

ByMadeline Muzzi
Seared

How to make fluffy, delectable meringue using science

ByMadeline Muzzi
Ginormous gourds

Giant pumpkins: 7 scientific reasons these gourds get so chonky

ByJennifer Walter
Seared

How pumpkin spice flavor was created in a lab

ByMadeline Muzzi
Definitely Sports

10 sports you didn't know were sports

ByJoAnna Wendel
Kupo!

Kupo! 'Final Fantasy XIV' recipes are a feast for the eyes

ByRobin Bea
Covid safe

5 tips for staying Covid-safe this winter

ByJoAnna Wendel
Seared

The science of cooking with beer

ByMadeline Muzzi
Mind and Body

Here’s how much coffee it takes to get the biggest health benefits

ByRobin Bea
liquid lunch

5 liquids that technically won’t break a fast

BySophie Putka
recipe book

Brood X bon appétit! How to eat cicadas in 5 easy steps

BySarah Wells
Tech

Yum! Watch Scientists Make a 3D-Printed Layer Cake

ByJennifer Walter
Boost

4 smart ways to strengthen your immune system

ByAli Pattillo
Eatin' good

How changing our diets could save the environment

ByJoAnna Wendel
Nom-Noms

All 6 Game of the Year nominees as food

ByRobin Bea
Mind and Body

4 ways science secretly influences Thanksgiving dinner

BySarah Sloat
Cardiac crunch

7 foods scientifically proven to boost heart health

ByJennifer Walter
Sul Sul!

'Sims 4' cookbook: Four iconic recipes to try in real life

ByJess Reyes
Seared

How to make scientifically perfect ice cream

ByMadeline Muzzi
Om nom nom

Is competitive eating a sport? 5 ways to train your body and mind

ByElana Spivack
Science

Has your coffee addiction actually taught you anything about coffee?

ByJoAnna Wendel
Mind and Body

3 surprising health effects influenced by the quality of your gut

ByRobin Bea
Munch munch munch

The scientific explanation behind your food cravings

ByJoAnna Wendel
tasty

These 10 common foods have the smallest environmental impact — study

ByJennifer Walter
morning joe

Five reasons drinking coffee improves brain power

ByClaire Cameron
Feast Your Eyes

7 sustainable "future foods" you need to eat

ByTara Yarlagadda
Dig in

These 4 superfoods are scientifically proven to boost your health

ByJennifer Walter
Mind and Body

Brain health: 4 foods and drinks that speed up cognitive decline

ByJennifer Walter
Check, Please!

Does soy give men breasts? Science debunks a sexist myth about a popular food

BySarah Wells
up-cycle

Fast food waste and lithium trash could make big biofuel

BySarah Wells
Check, please!

What is artificial banana flavor made of? A food neuroscientist reveals the truth

ByElana Spivack
Health

High Fat and Sugar Foods May Rewire Your Brain — But You Can Reverse It

ByMiriam Fauzia
Mind and Body

Marathon training: What to eat before, during, and post-race for top performance

ByLindsay Macnaughton and The Conversation
Mind and Body

Why intermittent fasting can be a dangerous choice for men

BySophie Putka
Health

Chicken Soup's Healing Powers Have Little To Do With Its Ingredients

ByColby Teeman and The Conversation