A recent study that didn’t condemn red meat drew outrage from numerous self-proclaimed health authorities. But a prominent M.D. has now weighed in with the opposite opinion.
Sure, you can believe that wolfing down an Impossible Burger is the ticket to saving the world from climate disaster. Or, you could recognize there are far better ways to achieve that goal.
Clinical depression is a worldwide scourge, and while some mental health authorities point to modern lifestyles as a key risk factor, a new study suggest a simple, yet effective treatment.
The search for a singular cause of lifestyle diseases۪ such as type 2 diabetes is beginning the resemble the quest for the Holy Grail. And the end point is proving to be just as disappointing.
If more proof were needed that veganism is primarily a feel-better guilt eraser for a small slice of affluent folks in the U.S. and Europe, that evidence has arrived. And just in time for the holidays!
Modern marketing is all about connecting product attributes with consumers’ fundamental values. But with the positioning of the alt-meat category, that approach is seriously misguided.
Just when life seems to be a little too burdensome, when another day on the job feels too stressful, the tale of someone who truly dealt with adversity puts it all in perspective.
It’s time for serious pushback on the ongoing narrative that raising livestock and eating meat is why the world faces environmental and public health problems — and it starts with producers.