For The Love Of Food

by | May 4, 2012

For The Love of Food

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

This week we explore how vegetables make you prettier, a consensus on what’s killing us and why you don’t walk enough.

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5 Responses to “For The Love Of Food”

  1. ATN says:

    I never understood why people are trying to blame one particular aspect of a diet instead of considering it as a whole. Saying that fat is not a problem and never was a problem is not true. And saying that carbohydrates as a whole are bad, whitout considering the GI of carbohydrates isn’t the best way to go.

  2. Brian says:

    Love, love, love the Food Politics article. It’s a message the whole country needs to hear.

    Totally agree with ATN’s comment above as well. :o)

  3. Darya, I’m glad you mentioned that resistance vs aerobics article. I’d heard about it but didn’t pursue it until you mentioned it favorably. It’s very pertinent to my current exercise program. Twice a week I’m doing strength training followed by aerobic HIIT on the treadmill – no reason to switch it up.


  4. I was intrigued as I am always am about the carbs article. I’ve seen friends time and time again go on high carb low-fat diets and not get the results or health improvements they are looking for. I stay away from a lot of carbs, or deep fried anything, but I never count my fat. My Tri’s were 39 and my good cholesterol 109 which is extremely good. I think more research still needs to be done. I am still carb sensitive and I don’t have any of the things that count for metabolic resistance. There is a missing piece not yet discovered regarding carbs because some people can eat them (my husband) and it matters not. Calorie for calorie, it makes a difference with me.

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