Imagine siting down to a breakfast chickpea flakes? This situation may be a reality if a new Australian research project comes to fruition. Working with Uncle Toby’s and Woods Foods, a pulse processor...

Evidence of a link between diet and depression has been found in the first study to analyse associations between diet, body mass index, inflammatory markers and mental health in adolescents. Conduced by...

Concern for the sustainability of Australian breweries and pubs has been made by industry insiders as new research has found breweries are opening across the country at high frequency. Brewing historian,...

Baby Boomers may be Australia’s next booming customer base for alcohol retailers new Nielsen research suggests. According to Nielsen data, Baby Boomers are drinking more than Millennials with more than...

Australians are suffering anaphylaxis attacks because of unlisted ingredients and allergy warnings on food labels say researchers. The Murdoch Children’s Research Institute conducted a survey of allergy...

Pet owners following the latest pet food trend of feeding animals raw meat only, instead of dry or canned pet food, have been warned about the practice by scientists. In an article published in Volume...

Australians are spending more on fruit and vegetables but eating less of it new Nielsen research has found. According to Nielsen, dollar sales for fresh fruits and vegetables increased by 9 per cent last...

A new study led by Australian researchers has found a probiotic that may help babies with colic. The research, led by Australia’s Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, found the probiotic Lactobacillus...

Feeding dairy cows microalgae may be the answer to adding more omega-3 to dairy products a PhD student has found. Bethan Till, who is undertaking a PhD at Harper Adams University in the UK, increased the...

A CSIRO report has found eating more protein for breakfast may be the key to healthy weight loss. The report says the latest scientific evidence encourages eating at least 25 grams of protein at each main...