Food


Eating an excessive amount of spicy food might increase risk of dementia; study participants who consumed more than 50 grams of chili a day had double the risk of memory decline

Eating an excessive amount of spicy food might increase risk of dementia; study participants who consumed more than 50 grams of chili a day had double the risk of memory decline

New research shows that spicy food—chili in particular—might lead to a greater risk of dementia. Participants who ate more than 50 grams of chili a day had a higher risk of experiencing cognitive decline with age. Researchers analyzed 4582 Chinese individuals over the...
Food tastes better when you’re sitting down (Video)

Food tastes better when you’re sitting down (Video)

If you want to thoroughly enjoy your meal, eat it sitting down. This, from researchers at the University of South Florida. Their study, published in the Journal of Consumer Research, found that food doesn’t taste as good when we’re standing up. They came to this...
Women who go on dates with someone they are not romantically interested in, just to get free food, are more likely to exhibit psychopathic and narcissistic traits

Women who go on dates with someone they are not romantically interested in, just to get free food, are more likely to exhibit psychopathic and narcissistic traits

A new study says that women who go on dates just for free food are more likely to exhibit dark personality traits like psychopathy, narcissism, and Machiavellianism.A “foodie call” is where someone goes out with someone despite a lack of romantic interest because they...