For the Love of Food

by | May 8, 2015
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 your BMI is lying to you, your brain’s role in late-night snacking, and the best way to reduce diabetes risk.

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Links of the week

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One Response to “For the Love of Food”

  1. Emily says:

    I love these roundups! About 3 years ago I went to see a hypnotherapist to try to quit smoking. I didn’t really want to, but my boyfriend’s father had just passed away from lung cancer and it seemed insensitive to keep smoking. I had tried medications, the patch, cold turkey and cessation programs, but nothing took away the craving no matter how long I’d managed to remain smoke free and I’d always cave and return to smoking. The lady seemed like a real whack job and I was sure it wasn’t going to work, but after the session, I walked out of that office and have not experience a desire to smoke since (even when drinking, one of my worst triggers). I know that’s just anecdotal and I know I’m an internet stranger, but I do really think that in my case it saved me from a lifelong struggle.

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