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Could a peanut allergy cure be in the near future? Australian scientists say they’ve uncovered a potential cure for peanut allergies, keeping the allergy away in some patients for a four-year period.
When it comes to tackling weeknight dinners, look no further than your handy slow cooker. Slow cooker meals not only make the after-school and after-work chaos easier, they offer a chance to connect with family over a cozy evening meal that's nutritious and tasty.
A new study published by the European Journal of Nutrition investigated the link between nut intake and weight loss or gain, as well as risks associated with overweight or obese participates with increased nut consumption.
Health Canada’s food guide is about to undergo a makeover. Recently, Health Canada released a new set of principles it intends to adhere to for their next food guide. Among the changes include a revamp of the colourful rainbow of food groups to include a more plant-based diet.
Whether hiking along a great Canadian trail, finalizing a report at the office, or anywhere in between, trail mix is that salty-sweet snack that can curb hunger anytime – especially when peanuts are included.
For years, dietitians have said eating before bed is a huge no-no – well, unless it’s peanut butter! Studies show that people who eat a protein before bed have better muscle recovery, strength, and overall health.
School is back in session, but only till 4 p.m.! Looking for an after-school-before-dinner snack for kids after a full day of learning? Try an easy-to-prep snack to feed your child’s hunger – and brain – without ruining their appetite for dinner.
Researchers from the University of Notre Dame have developed a method of detecting peanut allergies that does not require the patient to be exposed to the allergen.
It’s the start of summer, and summer means baseball. And, what pairs best with baseball? Peanuts, of course!
The Commision scolair de Montreal (CSDM), has made a drastic shift in philosophy by lifting its ban on peanuts and other anaphylaxis-inducing foods, saying restrictions on student lunches create a false sense of security.
In a recent edition of the American Peanut Council’s monthly newsletter, Dr. Andrew Craig, American Peanut Council Contributor, discussed the results of a study from Tufts University that looked at the associations between eating too much of some things, but not enough of others.