For the Love of Food

by | Jun 27, 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 Ben & Jerry’s fights the good fight, Cheerios go protein-style, and why you shouldn’t “eat healthy.”

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6 Responses to “For the Love of Food”

  1. Ghazaleh says:

    Thanks for the article on the protein craze. I prefer to eat more natural foods and steer clear of cereals or protein (ie. artificial) foods. But, I recently learned during a nutrition clinic during my triathlon training that even “athletes” who protein load post work-out are eating far too much. Seems like we are all too protein obsessed these days!

  2. lynda maccagnan says:

    It seems we are more carb obsessed rather than protein obsessed. Why not take Dr. Sears advice in the original Zone Diet book and try
    to strike a balance among proteins, carbs and fats?

  3. Chic says:

    To me the biggest worry with GMO’s are long term, they limit a crops gene diversity. What happens when the environment changes abruptly (always remember the black swan affect, you’ll never find one) and in an unanticipated way, will one or more of our crops be devastated? It is helpful to know how much of our food is in the GMO category given this downside.

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