(PhysOrg.com) -- A Massey University scientist's study on how wild gorillas in Uganda stay healthy by gorging on protein has highlighted fundamental differences in the way eating habits of various species evolve.
Research comparing how popular breeds of sheep respond to nutritional stress have concluded Australian Merinos cope as well as Damara and Dorper breeds.
'Superdosing' poultry diets with the enzyme phytase could result in huge savings to the poultry industry, new research has revealed.
Inclusion of corn germ in swine diets can reduce diet costs, depending on the local cost of corn germ and other ingredients. Recent research conducted at the University of Illinois indicates that corn germ can be included ...
Australia needs a nationwide effort to raise soil fertility, guarantee food security and a healthy diet - and lock up carbon.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Life is tough for woodrats in deserts of the U.S. Southwest. There are few plants for food, and those plants produce poison to deter rodents, insects and other animals. A new University of Utah study shows ...
Poor diet during pregnancy increases offspring's vulnerability to the effects of aging, new research has shown for the first time.
New research suggests that men are what they eat, at least when it comes to reproductive health.
Eleven-year olds definitely have their own opinions about diet, exercise and weight-loss; and it is mostly their opinions not those of their parents that affect their lifestyle changes. Nevertheless, while parents ...
(PhysOrg.com) -- Boston University scientists say that moderate daily exercise and dietary control might reverse immune dysfunctions found in people with obesity.