An article warns of the dangers of ingredients of Nutella. Does it really cause health conditions, or is this a case of scaremongering?
This morning I received a text message from my dad. “Can you come online on Skype, honey?” Fifteen minutes later my dad’s face popped up on my computer screen. Although it was not the reason for the call, as it turned out, dad soon began talking about breasts. It seemed that he had landed on a video about breasts. This involved science and therefore, according to dad, it was permissible that he was watching a breast video.
[dropcap]O[/dropcap]ur brain does not respond to chemical substances in certain types of food like it does to substances like cocaine and heroin. At least, there is too little scientific evidence to support that an ingredient like food additives, sugar or fat is addictive (Suzanne Dickinson, University of Göteborg).
S]hould the media portray a more diverse body image ideal in order to protect women against mental and physical damage?
Have you tried all diet fads to get rid of stubborn added pounds? I’m sure you haven’t tried watching at #foodporn yet!
The ‘skinny model ban ‘ is an attempt to get a grip on eating disorders among models. The use of a BMI threshold is, if you would ask me, ineffective.