FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Children change parents’ habits, science-based pregnancy advice, and the real truth about saturated fat

by | Apr 22, 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 children change parents’ habits, science-based pregnancy advice, and the real truth about saturated fat.

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5 Responses to “FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Children change parents’ habits, science-based pregnancy advice, and the real truth about saturated fat”

  1. J. says:

    This weekly roundup is one of my favorite things that you feature. But–the feed for this particular blog entry displayed in feedly is full of spammy “valium without a prescription!” type links. How does that happen?

  2. Michelle says:

    When I view this post in feedly it is full of prescription drug spam links. None of the other things I’m viewing in feedly have these, so I think it’s something specific to your website.

  3. Traci says:

    Thank you for putting this list together every week. I look forward to it and actually save it for Saturday morning while I”m having my coffee!

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