With a growing array of oils on sale, Sheila Dillon cuts through the latest thinking.
Food and the coalition. Sheila Dillon interviews Health Secretary Andrew Lansley.
Tom Heap explores how fat from waste is helping us to heal and keep warm.
Can health secretary Andrew Lansley change Britain's bad eating habits?
Just in time for the festive season, a new health warning on diet.
What is wrong with being black and curvy? Bridgitte Tetteh investigates.
Expert health advisor and professor of medicine Carol Black talks to Jim Al-Khalili.
Sheila Dillon on the latest findings suggesting a link between diet and prostate cancer.
To eat meat, or to not eat meat? Alistair Cooke finds out the perfect diet for longevity.
Meet the medical students and doctors who want more training on diet and nutrition.
The Food Programme looks at the "responsibility deals" aimed at changing our diet.
How important is diet to running performance? Dan Saladino looks at, and tries, new ideas.
Ultra-marathon champ Scott Jurek tells Dan Saladino how to eat vegan and run 100 miles.
Obtaining facts about the relationship between diet and health is far from easy.
Sheila Dillon explores two schemes introducing youngsters to the importance of good food.
Stefan Gates talks to teachers, kids and cooks about food and the curriculum.
Sheila Dillon asks if food and nutrition should have a bigger role in treating cancer.
Dr Mark Porter asks if fructose a 'toxic additive' or a healthy fruit sugar.
Can the growing of fashionable super fruits save the Amazon rain forest?
Dr Mark Porter investigates how the good and bad fats we eat can impact on our health.
Jim Al-Khalili talks to Prof Graham MacGregor about his remarkable war on sugar and salt.
Dr Mark Porter on if adult health is determined by the first thousand days of life: Womb.
Dan Saladino takes part in a gruelling food study aimed at predicting his optimum diet.
Micro cress, baby veg and edible flowers. Meet the farmer who specialises in the tiny.
Jonathan Freedland compares current debates about obesity with concerns in the 1930s.
How the Food and Drug Administration combats public smoking and cholesterol.
Sheila Dillon speaks to the author and food campaigner Michael Pollan.
Obesity expert Susan Jebb talks to Jim al-Khalili about the science of what we eat.
Low-fat diets are often recommended, but is this based on solid science?
Sheila Dillon investigates the issue of trans-fats in our food.