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  • The Science Behind Peanut Allergies

    While 94 percent of all US households have a jar of peanut butter in the pantry, there are those whose lives depend on not having a single peanut in the house. To celebrate National Peanut Day, we're looking at the science behind peanut allergies.

  • Question Your World: Why does stress eating feel good?

    As the global pandemic continues to impact our lives, there are ample opportunities be overwhelmed and stressed. Sometimes people turn to food for comfort. Why does stress eating feel good?

  • Salsa Science

    Just because you can’t come sample yummy items in the Boost! kitchen right now, it shouldn’t stop you from trying recipes at home. An at-home science lesson that has an edible result is a win, win! Let's make some salsa.

  • Question Your World: How much food do we waste? 

    Recently scientists were doing a study on discarded edible items and ended up with some pretty interesting food for thought. How much food do we waste?

  • Question Your World: How does the Keto diet work? 

    Trendy diets come and go a lot, so we figured we would take a moment to look at the Keto diet through the lens of science. The high protein, low carb, weight loss yielding "Keto diet" is trending with celebs, health influencers, and a lot of other folks around the nation. This obviously begs the question: How does the Keto diet work?

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