Easy and delicious one-pan meals for fall.
Food should not be a source of stress, rather one of your stress-reducing tools. A healthy and balanced diet will do your body good on the stress scale, but there are some specific things you should look at adding to your diet that can help ease tension.
According to a new study, low-carb diets favouring animal protein and fat sources are associated with higher mortality; those that favour plant-derived protein and fat are associated with lower mortality.
The results are in: according to a recent report, Canadians are snacking more between meals. Check out the stats on when and why we're reaching for the munchies.
Tailgating season is upon us, but consumers are craving healthier options to munch on during the game. Find out how peanuts can fit into the mix.
Dr. Andrew Craig looks at what happens next with the ground-breaking peanut allergy studies LEAP and EAT.
Peanuts may be vital in feeding the growing planet in an economical and sustainable way. Learn how peanuts perform in wellness, environment, innovation, food safety and community.
When it comes to protein sources, using agricultural land for producing beef instead of plant-based crops results in a food loss of 96% per unit of land. This means that the potential gain from diverting agricultural land from beef to plant-based foods such as peanuts for consumption would be enormous.
Dr. Andrew Craig looks at the two-pronged approach to reduction in child peanut allergies, including both maternal consumption of peanuts while breast feeding and direct introduction of peanuts to infants in the first year of life.
Adding peanuts to your shopping list is a great way to take care of your heart. According to a new study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, eating nuts regularly can help prevent heart attacks and strokes.
We're hooked on this year’s plant-based food trend – are you? The protein profile of peanuts makes them a perfect fit for a plant-based diet and more Canadian consumers are making veggies and plant-based proteins the star of the plate this year.