UT Coronavirus Research Could Lead To Faster Vaccine ProductionDepending on the type of vaccine, this improved version of the protein could reduce the size of each dose or speed up vaccine production."
The Ones For Wellness: Pairing Certain Foods Can Pack Nutritional PunchFor optimum absorption of nutrients, it's important to get the right combination of foods.
Ben & Jerry's Latest To Go Low-Calorie To Take On Halo TopBen & Jerry's, known for its ice cream filled with chunks of fudge, brownies or cookie dough, is the latest big brand to launch a slimmed-down version of its frozen treats.
Crickets Make Leap In Demand As ProteinCricket fans say that if only 1 percent of the U.S. population substituted even just 1 percent of their meat consumption with insects, millions of gallons of water in drinking and irrigation would be saved.
Top 5 Things You Should Know About ProteinWhether you want to lose weight or build muscle, the answer always seems to be "eat more protein."
General Mills Tweaks Big Brands: More Cinnamon, More ProteinSprinkle more cinnamon on Cinnamon Toast Crunch, switch to antibiotic-free chicken for Progresso soups, pump up the protein in Yoplait. Those are some of the tactics General Mills is hoping will keep people interested.
Top 5 Things Healthy People Do Before 9:00 A.M."Start your day off early,” said fitness expert Larry North. “It seems to be the one common thread all healthy people have."
What Is Gluten?Millions of Americans have adopted gluten-free diets, but what exactly is gluten? This video describes the protein and shoots down some common misconceptions about the "evil" ingredient.
Scientists Find Clue To Age-Related Memory Loss Scientists have found a compelling clue in the quest to learn what causes age-related memory problems, and to one day be able to tell if those misplaced car keys are just a senior moment or an early warning of something worse.
UT Southwestern Doctors Make Obesity BreakthroughSome North Texas researchers believe they have found a way to control obesity by manipulating molecules in the heart. Researchers at UT Southwestern have demonstrated, for the first time, that the heart can regulate energy balance.