Topic: casein

Ripped in Retirement

Ripped in Retirement

Many of the changes that happen with aging are hard to explain. Among them is a difficulty in maintaining and growing muscle mass. This is known as sarcopenia and has been estimated to account for 1.5% of total healthcare expenditures in Western countries. Over time, researchers have shown that a careful combination of resistance training, plus a diet containing sufficient and particular amino acids, can keep you looking buff well into your autumn years. Read More...

Europe’s First Cheese Makers

Europe's First Cheese Makers

Neolithic farmers would have been hard-pressed to come up with a way to reduce the lactose content in milk. One clever way to do this is by allowing bacteria to digest the milk sugar for you, which also just happens to be a critical first step in the production of cheese. A study published in Nature reveals the origins of cheese making in Europe. Read More...

Do offspring inherit more than genes?

Do offspring inherit more than genes?

What if the saying "you are what you eat" became "you are what you and your parents ate"? The written slate of life's experiences may not be completely wiped clean between generations. How would this knowledge influence our behavior as humans? How would it change livestock production systems? Read More...