Calorie-counting and crash diets may seem like the most accessible ways to get in shape, but a focus on what’s actually in the food we eat might reveal that staying healthy doesn’t need to be as difficult as we think… THINK speaks to University of Malta experts to find out the real deal.Continue reading
With growing evidence showing that our eating habits aﬀect not only our waistline, but our physical and mental health, should we all be turning to the Mediterranean diet to live longer, healthier lives? Prof. Giuseppe Di Giovanni, Prof. Christian Scerri, and Dr Paulino Schembri write.Continue reading
Our insatiable, carnivorous appetite persists in driving an increase in the global demand and production of meat. This continues to fuel controversy over the meat industries impact on the environment and its effects on our own health. To continue the discussion, S-Cubed, the Science Student Society has recently held a debate to discuss our meat eating habits. Words by Scott Wilcockson.