Fat Free Food
Restaurant Offers Free Food To Customers Over 158 Kg, Faces Backlash
A restaurant in America reportedly gave free food to overweight diners, which led to significant backlash on social media.
After videos on TikTok and other social media channels showed potential customers lining up outside the Heart Attack Grill in Las Vegas to determine whether they were qualified for the offer or not, the controversy broke out.
The Heart Attack Grill has built up quite a following over the years thanks to their theme-based service. The restaurant primarily serves fast food with a focus on foods that are incredibly high in fat and calories.
Hospital-themed restaurant offers free meals to
From animal-free dairy to upcycled barley protein
In part two of our whistlestop tour of foodtech startups exhibiting at Expo West, we look at players from Brightseed, which is exploring novel bioactives for gut health, to Epogee, which has found intriguing new applications for EPG: a plant-based oil restructured in such a way that virtually none of it is absorbed by the body.
Epogee: Fat… the final frontier for meat alternatives?
EPG—a plant-based oil restructured in such a way that virtually
What happens when you grow up on the Mediterranean diet? She knows firsthand
You can find health advice almost anywhere these days. But finding reliable information and figuring out how to apply it can be overwhelming.
So to help sort things out, American Heart Association News is launching “The Experts Say” as a new series where specialists tell us how they apply what they’ve learned to their own lives.
Today’s expert is Naima Moustaid-Moussa, Horn Distinguished Professor of Nutritional Sciences and director of the Obesity Research Institute at Texas
This Weight Loss Grocery List is Dietitian-Approved
Weight loss is a personal journey, but like many things in life, being able to make informed decisions can lead to desired outcomes, and this is also true when shopping for food. Your weight loss journey starts in the grocery aisle — and not just the outer aisles where the fruits and veggies reside. The middle aisles can have nutritious options too, especially legumes and whole grains.
To lose weight you must be eating fewer calories than you burn, and while weight loss happens with a reduction of calories consumed, eating nutrient-dense foods rich in vitamins, minerals, fiber and