Is arsenic in rice safe? Does it cause cancer? Is rice cereal safe for children? These questions are explored in this post.
New moms are told that breast is best. But how important is breastfeeding when looking at real world outcomes?
Surveys show most consumers don't know much about GMOs. In this post, we review key terms and common myths about GMOs.
What are Arctic apples and why are the SciMoms excited about them? These apples could reduce food waste and provide other benefits.
In our latest post, Layla reviews the use added hormones in poultry, pork, beef, and dairy. Are these safe? Why are they banned in certain countries? Do they cause early puberty? This post answers all these questions, and more.
There are no simple answers to the question of what we should eat. We all have to find what works for us in a complex, interwoven food system.
"GMOs" have become a stand-in for some very real concerns, but fear, anger, and distrust over "GMOs" distract us from these deeper questions.
Research shows that organic and non-GMO food labels raise food prices. Avoiding unnecessary labels means a smaller grocery bill.
A plant-based burger that has the taste and texture of a real burger. These “meats” could help reduce our meat intake, benefiting both our health and the environment. But most veggie burgers lack the fatty flavor of meat. They’re too spongy, dry, grainy—actually, there aren’t enough adjectives to describe the many ways it just doesn’t … Continue reading The Impossible Quest for a Vegan Burger in a Doublemeat-Lovin’ World
This is the first post in a new segment we're naming "Ask SciMoms". Every month, we'll pick a few questions we've received and answer them. If you have a submission, you can send it to us by our social media channels or by emailing email@example.com. In our first post, we answer a question related to … Continue reading Ask SciMoms: What’s the environmental impact of beef?