FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Much ado about carbohydrates, the secret to building an exercise habit, and how to kill a cold

by | Sep 16, 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 much ado about carbohydrates, the secret to building an exercise habit, and how to kill a cold.

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3 Responses to “FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Much ado about carbohydrates, the secret to building an exercise habit, and how to kill a cold”

  1. Eileen says:

    RE: intrinsic rewards for exercise – off and on my entire life I have exercised for a year or two at a time and then stop for at least as much time. I have never “liked” exercise nor found any intrinsic reward to it (obviously as I have always stopped despite all of the appearances that it is a habit).
    So, how does one develop/identify an intrinsic reward? I read the article and – as usual – it sounds like a good idea, but no guidance on what this actually means from a practical perspective.
    Any thoughts?

  2. SSlorach says:

    Thank you for including the Living Like A French Woman article. I found it insightful and refreshing. The older I get the more I’ve stopped to smell the roses, and have attempted to bring more work/life balance.

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