A UNSW study has found expectant mothers conserve additional energy and extract more calories from food, without needing to consume significantly more, challenging the adage of needing to 'eat for two’ during pregnancy.
The assumption that the growing ranks of overweight and obese are not sufficiently motivated to lose weight may be wrong, with research suggesting low health literacy is the culprit, writes Mark Harris.
Also known as the Cave Man Diet or the Stone Age Diet, the Palaeo Diet is based on the notion that we should eat as our ancestors did. Scientific fact or fiction? See what UNSW's evolutionary biologist Darren Curnoe has to say in this latest episode of How Did We Get Here?