Would You Eat This?

What you’re looking at is not a breast implant – it’s a cake. Yes, a cake.

Destigmatizing Eating Disorders in Men and Boys

Why men aren’t the focus of our conversation about eating disorders, but should be.

Master Chef Transforms Astronaut Food Into a Gourmet Meal

It’s like a taco, without the taco. Which we’re totally fine with.

Question of the Day: What’s Your Top Pick for Food on a Stick?

March 28th is National Something on a Stick Day. Food on sticks come in a plethora of forms.

Are There Really Masculine and Feminine Foods?

Is our perception of food based on “you eat what you are?”

A Man’s Best (Food) Friend: Vegan Peanut Butter Chocolate Bars

Jonathan Levy shares more of his zero-waste/vegan lifestyle tips with a delicious new recipe.

Meat-Lovers vs. Vegetarians: A War of Cultures

Nutrition is cultural. And so is meat.

Finding Discipline Through the 3 F’s: Food, Finance, and Fitness

A practical guide for Millennials on achieving the life you want.

The World of Dating as a Single Vegan Man

The level of satisfaction I derive from my love life depends a lot more on who I am and how I see the world than the number of potential mates I might have.

Don’t Die Like A Man, Eat Like One

I was lazy, I was stupid, but most of all, I was scared.

A Sensual Foodie Valentine’s evening that will Blow her Mind

What starts in the kitchen, ends between the sheets. We’ve all heard, “you are what you eat.” I’ll just affirm that it’s true – and no one wants to be fast, easy or cheap.

Meditation and My Mental Health

Mentally healthy or healthily mental? Nick Ward talks physical and mental wellness.

Food Waste: Our Dirty Little Secret

We throw away nearly $800 billion dollars worth of food each year, and that’s got to stop.

Easy Steps to be a ‘Zero Waste Meal’ Kind of Guy

Learn the keys to a meal that doesn’t waste a thing, and help make a better world through personal action.

Men, it’s OK to Cheat on Your Diet

5 ways to maximize enjoyment while minimizing damage.

The Five-Second “Rule”

Turns out, it matters more where you drop the food than how long it sits there.