Can certain foods make us smarter? How is intellectual performance measured? Can we lose our intelligence? Which factors may hinder brain performance – and how can we mitigate them?... Read more
Could the foods you eat change your DNA? What determines who you are: your genes (nature) or your environment (nurture)? What switches our genes “on” or “off”? Are we really... Read more
Is it possible to eat right for our genes? Could your inherited genes influence whether certain foods are good or bad for you? Can we really blame our Palaeolithic ancestors for our... Read more
Is organic meat really worth its price? What are the differences between organic and non-organic meat? Does “organic” mean the same thing in every country – or could best-selling... Read more
Meat-based or plant-based: What did Paleo humans really eat? Is there any science behind the “Paleo craze”? What are the rules; dos and don’ts of this diet? Can we really tell... Read more
Can we survive on raw food alone? Why did humans evolve to be intelligent? Are there drawbacks to having such big brains? Is cooking a biological necessity – or not? Raw foodism: safe... Read more
Does red meat cause cancer? What kinds of studies have shown a link between red meat and cancer? Is there any biological evidence at all? What is it in red meat that we don’t see in... Read more
Why is sugar so hard to resist? What can neuroscience tell us about sugar cravings? Did we evolve to crave sugary foods? How are brain reward centres involved in our sweet Read more
Is taste perception making us overeat? Food enjoyment: is it the same for everyone – or amplified for some? Which taste-reward mechanisms may explain someone’s tendency to gorge... Read more
Which nutrients might vegans lack? Is it unsafe to stop eating all animal-derived foods? Are there any nutrients we can’t get from a vegan diet? What are some safe sources of the... Read more
Can plate colour affect taste perception? Why might we associate colour with flavour? What role does vision play in our sense of taste? Could our perception of taste be a consequence of... Read more
We sometimes think that developing dementia is out of our control; but because some types are influenced by vascular risk factors; lifestyle changes can help to slow; delay or even... Read more
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