For the Love of Food

by | Dec 20, 2013
For The Love of Food

For The Love of Food

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup.

This week multivitamins are under attack, the truth about gluten and Alzheimer’s disease, and why you don’t know how many calories are actually in a pound.

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9 Responses to “For the Love of Food”

  1. Michele says:

    Hi Darya,

    I respect and appreciate all your information and research. I wonder if you’ve come across migraine help with foods.

    For the past 6 years or so I’ve had terribly chronic migraine, mainly without-aura type. I don’t take any hormones, no caffeine except some chocolate. I don’t smoke or drink any alcohol.

    Thank you,

    Michele

  2. Darya Rose says:

    I don’t know much about migraines, sorry.

  3. Michele says:

    Thank you!

  4. fanny says:

    the link of ‘this is your brain on gluten’ does not work for me.

  5. Darya Rose says:

    Works for me on web and iPhone.

  6. fanny says:

    maybe site was down for a bit when i checked before. who knows? it works fine now.

  7. Frank says:

    Hi! Bought your book “Foodist”, love it! Also bought 3 of the shopping bags from Quirky; kept one, sent one to my sister and the other to my sister-in-law. They love them. I appreciate your advice. Trying to lose weight and eat better (kidney problems). Thanks for all you do!

  8. Samantha says:

    Hi Darya,

    I’m new to your site but am totally loving it (it was just what I needed after being confused by too much low-carb/paleo nutrition BS). I also just started to listening to Foodist and love it so far. But I keep coming across the same question: what do you do if you don’t have access to farmer’s markets, or even very good quality produce, because of where you live?

    I live in the mountains of Colorado, and during the winter season our produce selection leaves a lot to be desired (I often find that greens and other veggies are about to go bad by the time I get them home because it takes a while for food to be trucked in here in the winter). And even when I’ve visited our “farmer’s market” in the summer (it’s only on Saturdays and just for a few months), it’s mostly jarred jams, sauces and specialty foods, crafts, and food trucks – not much produce or fresh food. So my question is, what tips do you have for someone who isn’t lucky enough to live in a place with amazing year-round farmer’s markets and produce? ;)

    I’m sure you’ve written about this before but I couldn’t find anything, so if there’s a link to one of your previous articles that would be helpful! Thanks so much! I will be continuing my Foodist journey and really appreciate your informative articles!

    Samantha

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