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US Scientists to feed Africans Genetically modified (GMO) bananas by 2020?

Africa has become the testing or dumping ground for many health and food corporations from Europe and North America. New findings reports, US Scientists to start growing and feeding Africans Genetically modified (GMO) bananas by 2020.

7 reasons why Africans should drink Green Tea for good health

7 reasons why Africans should drink Green Tea for good health

I wonder if my African people realize drinking green tea for its health benefit is nutritionally very essential to the body, especially for its antioxidant properties and polyphenols (the substances that give green tea its many benefits). Green tea is rich in vitamins and minerals.

Africans in America, 4 reasons why you shouldn’t eat Tilapia

Africans in America, 4 reasons why you shouldn’t eat Tilapia

Being discussed on InformAfrica.com is 4 reasons why Africans in America shouldn’t eat Tilapia fish. This four reasons on why not to eat tilapia fish also apply to global Africans in the United Kingdom and other diaspora nations where farm-raised tilapia is a common fish in their diet.

China remains world’s top instant noodle consumer and producer

China remains world’s top instant noodle consumer and producer

China remained the world’s top consumer of instant noodles last year with more than 100 million packs of instant noodles being consumed every day, officials and industry experts said Sunday.

Nutrition and Health Benefits of Tiger Nuts (Yellow nutgrass, Chufa, Cyperus esculentus)

Nutrition and Health Benefits of Tiger Nuts (Yellow nutgrass, Chufa, Cyperus esculentus)

Tiger nuts, also known as Yellow nutgrass, Chufa, have long been recognized for their nutrition and health benefits and serves as an excellent medicine for breast cancer, colon cancer, constipation, diarrhoea, bone health, heart attack prevention, among other numerous health benefits.

Burkina Faso Tackles Major Food Nutrition Crisis

Burkina Faso Tackles Major Food Nutrition Crisis

The Government of Burkina Faso has developed a response plan in cooperation with humanitarian and development partners, centered on building resilience to tackle food security and major food nutrition crisis.

Key roles grandmothers play in mother and child nutrition and health

Key roles grandmothers play in mother and child nutrition and health

Grandmothers and other senior female family members should play a key role in nutrition and health programmes for children and women in non-Western societies. However, they are often overlooked by health organisations that don’t understand the importance of their role or see them as an obstacle to promoting good nutrition and health practices.

Well-informed people eat better, new study confirms

Well-informed people eat better, new study confirms

A study by Italian researchers shows that the more people are informed by newspapers, television and the Internet, the more they stick to the Mediterranean diet, the healthiest eating pattern in the world.

Food for thought: Contravening lay beliefs of eating at heart of our dietary disasters

Food for thought: Contravening lay beliefs of eating at heart of our dietary disasters

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Don’t snack before supper; you’ll ruin your appetite. While people know the rules surrounding good eating and proper nutrition, they seem to lack one common component that often costs them the battle of the bulge: willpower.

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