Anyone who has desperately searched their kitchen cabinets for a piece of forgotten chocolate knows that the desire for palatable food can be hard to control. But is it really addiction?
New study shows that such foods sold in pouches have lower nutritional value than products sold in jars and other packaging
First evidence of bio-essential sugars in meteorites
Recent research into highly productive crops such as maize and sorghum show the secret to their productivity could lie in their sugar sensing responses
Researchers' analysis shows large wine challenges tend to favor wines with high ethanol and sugar levels
This finding could tell researchers why behaviors that change with the internal energy state, such as food intake, learning and memory, and sleep change on high-nutrient diets
This is the main highlight of a study published today in JAMA Internal Medicine, based on a population of about 452,000 people of both genders from 10 European countries followed over a period of 16 years
Research subjects' responses indicate that with the addition of vanilla, the added sugar content in flavored milk could potentially be reduced by 20 to 50 percent