The secret of why stress makes you reach for chocolate revealed

Australian researchers have warned that stress may promote comfort eating (stock image)

Scientists have revealed why feeling stressed keeps you reaching for donuts, candy, and even candy bars. Australian researchers have said that when someone is full, an area of ​​the brain kicks in to turn off reward signals from food that signal them to stop eating. But in experiments on stressed mice, they found this area … Read more

Eating foods rich in flavanols may improve brain health, a new study suggests

Eating foods rich in flavanols may improve brain health, a new study suggests

If apples, pistachios, cocoa, and tea don’t appear often in your diet, consider incorporating them into your regular menu. Thanks to their flavanol content, this can mitigate age-related memory loss. That’s according to new research from Columbia University and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, an affiliate of Harvard Medical School. Here’s what to know about the … Read more

Chocolate milk could be banned from schools, USDA says. Here’s what pediatric nutritionists think about the drink.

Chocolate milk at school

Is chocolate milk bad for babies? Here’s what pediatric nutritionists have to say. (Illustration: Alex Cochran; Photo: Getty Images) The US Department of Agriculture is considering a possible ban on flavored milks, including chocolate and strawberry, in elementary and middle schools. It is one of two proposals aimed at reducing the amount of added sugar … Read more

Chocolate milk could be banned from schools, USDA says. Here’s what pediatric nutritionists think of the drink.

Chocolate milk at school

Is chocolate milk bad for babies? Here’s what pediatric nutritionists have to say. (Illustration: Alex Cochran; Photo: Getty Images) The US Department of Agriculture is considering a possible ban on flavored milks, including chocolate and strawberry, in elementary and middle schools. It is one of two proposals aimed at reducing the amount of added sugar … Read more