For the Love of Food

by | Mar 21, 2014
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 saturated fat is exonerated (again), a simple trick to motivate yourself to exercise, and how dad’s diet affects baby’s health.

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5 Responses to “For the Love of Food”

  1. Kate says:

    Regarding the inability to recognize overweight in their own children, I am hearing this more and more among people I know about their kids, themselves, other people, heck, even their pets!

    I know someone who is obese and needs to lose approximately 90-100 pounds to be at a healthy weight (per this person’s physician, not just in my opinion), and yet refers to themselves as “a little plump” and “needs to lose a couple of pounds.” That could just be defensive behevior, but this person also acts horrified at how “skinny” people are around us: usually healthy, fit women — sometimes even women I’d say could drop a few pounds and still be healthy.

  2. Priscilla says:

    I have a huge cookbook collection and recently subscribed to a web page program call EAT YOUR BOOK. It has been the best thing to get use out of your cookbooks. Basically you sign up and create a library of all your cookbooks you have at home and it indexes them. So when your searching for recipe ideas, for instance a lasagna recipe, it shows me all the books in my collection which has a lasagna recipie. It also shows you the ingredients in each recipe. 🙂 it’s brilliant I use it at least 4-5 times a week. Also great when you have a key ingrediant and you want some ideas on how to use it in a recipe. 🙂

  3. Dee says:

    I recommit to trying one day per week cooking new recipes. So I’ll actually use my cook books

    Yeah …and I always tell people I NEVER entered the kitchen until i realized I had to cook the meals that would help me loose weight- like Michelle I was never encouraged to do domestic chores…

  4. Dee says:

    Saturated fat is bad, saturated fat is good….. What I know is that butter is very good 🙂

  5. Mike says:

    I like your blog a lot but the science your referring to when you are discussing vaccines is a pseudo science. Why is it the same pharma companies that bring out all this new drugs and several years later are sued because their products caused severe harm to individuals but thier vaccine products we are supposte to believe are safe? There is plenty of evidence out there that vaccines do cause Autism. A court in Italy has declared it and look into the case of Hannah Polling. The father is a Neuroscientist and if you read past all the double speak it basically says the vaccine caused Encephalopathy and Encephalopathy lead to Autism.

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