Ari Davis

Experts say superfoods may be a super scam

A growing number of foods labeled "superfoods" are said to fight cancer and aging. However, there is little quantifiable evidence that supports these claims, leaving consumers wondering if they are truly getting super health benefits or just paying for overpriced food.

Making extreme bank with extreme couponing

Allie Erler stands in the grocery store, a binder full of coupons in her hands. The customers in the long line behind her begin to...

BYU Creamery has rich flavors, history

The Creamery on Ninth East has been a part of life at Brigham Young University for decades. Here's an inside look into the history...
Brent Hofacker

How many calories are in a Mormon Thanksgiving dinner?

We all love Grandma's traditional pumpkin pie recipe, but how much will it cost you in calories?

Brooker’s Ice Cream grand opening a sweet revolution

Brooker's Ice Cream founder and creator Brian Brooker hosted a sweet revolution for early American history and ice cream on Dec. 1 at the Brooker's Founding Flavors Ice Cream grand opening in Vineyard, UT.
Danny Burnham

Studies show religion impacts obesity, health

A familiar scene to American religious worshipers is a large church gathering with happy parishioners socializing, chasing children and almost undoubtedly eating copious amounts of food from a well-laden potluck table. Multiple studies now suggest that this focus on food is having a negative impact on the waistlines of religious people across the U.S.