FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: The truth about MSG, hacking your memories for weight loss, and the double standard in the 2015 Dietary Guidelines

by | Jan 15, 2016
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 the truth about MSG, hacking your memories for weight loss, and the double standard in the 2015 Dietary Guidelines.

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2 Responses to “FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: The truth about MSG, hacking your memories for weight loss, and the double standard in the 2015 Dietary Guidelines”

  1. I was inspired this week by a series of videos on nutritionfacts.org about TOR. The association of acne in industrialized countries with high meat and dairy consumption is interesting. Also interesting is that acne as a teenager, likely through increased activation of TOR, is associated with chronic disease including breast and prostate cancer, and the best way to decrease activation of TOR is by reducing meat, eggs and dairy. Another reason for a plant-based diet. Do you have any thoughts on TOR?

  2. CreL says:

    Brazil’s food guidelines are amazing! How upsetting that the U.S. guidelines were forbidden from including food system sustainability, when this was central throughout Brazil’s.

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