Researchers may have found a way to trace fat metabolism in the body.
Medicos call for more light and less heat in the diet debate. Samantha Page reports.
Stomach contents analysis of 5300-year-old mummified man reveals a heavy preference for red meat. Jeff Glorfeld reports.
Fruit fly research uncovers unsuspected role for fat in healing process. Andrew Masterson reports.
Obesity may explain a dramatic rise in liver cancer – and obesity treatments might just offer a solution. Elizabeth Finkel reports.
A new study highlights that we should focus on what foods people are eating, rather than just looking at components such as fat and carbohydrates.
Is there really a link between warmth and gestational diabetes? Norman Swan investigates.
A new study shows that a diet high in fat and carbohydrates may bring on osteoarthritis, writes Andrew Masterson.
A genetic mutation that affects brain cells could drive some people from desserts to the deep-fried. Amy Middleton reports.
Forget protein. New evidence suggests bread and potatoes have been unfairly demonised. By Norman Swan.
The “mushroom of immortality”, a traditional Chinese medicine, seems to counter diabetes and weight gain by nourishing beneficial gut bacteria. Viviane Richter reports.