FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: The Western Diet gives you the munchies (literally), when to expect fitness results, and vegetables trump pesticides

by | Jan 20, 2017

For the Love of Food

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup. 

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This week the Western diet gives you the munchies (literally), when to expect fitness results, and vegetables trump pesticides.

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3 Responses to “FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: The Western Diet gives you the munchies (literally), when to expect fitness results, and vegetables trump pesticides”

  1. Mike T says:

    Nice website, I really enjoy the weekly links. As for the second link the Western diet is better characterized as high in carbs and oils and low quality/protein.

  2. Shea says:

    I really like the information you provided. The Washington Post article about produce and pesticides was interesting. I try to support local farmers when buying produce, but it is not always possible. It is also hard to navigate through all of the information about GMOs, organic foods, and preservatives. I just try to eat “real” food hahaha. I have started a blog about the subject [link removed]

  3. Eric Barber says:

    Very useful links indeed. Thanks for putting this roundup together.

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