For The Love Of Food

by | Jan 11, 2013

For The Love of Food

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

This week the importance of small amounts of exercise, new problems with fructose and why you shouldn’t eat at the wrong time of day.

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4 Responses to “For The Love Of Food”

  1. fanny says:

    I’m glad you posted the Food Politics link. I had read this ( last week and I was wondering about it.

    My thoughts went to quality of life vs. quantity.

  2. faaria says:

    Hi Darya! I absolutely love your website! Your articles are very helpful and informative. I myself am very mindful of health and science, having completed my bachelor’s in science as well. You have mentioned a lot of great foods and healthy eating tips, however I haven’t come across anything that details exactly what types of foods, whole grains, and physical activities that are a part of your daily life. I was wondering if you have an article that details your general “food diary” and exercise routine. I read your diet history, and mine closely resembles yours. I am looking to become healthier, but I sometimes feel like I am up against a wall with no results. Any advice you can give is greatly appreciated. Thank you and keep up the amazing work!

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