FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Ticks spread meat allergies, gut bacteria increase lifespan, and your Italian tomatoes are probably fake

by | Jun 23, 2017

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This week ticks spread meat allergies, gut bacteria increase lifespan, and your Italian tomatoes are probably fake.

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3 Responses to “FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Ticks spread meat allergies, gut bacteria increase lifespan, and your Italian tomatoes are probably fake”

  1. Erin says:

    This is TOTALLY a thing. One of my youngest brothers used to make lunch for my friends and me when I was in high school. Start ’em young!

    • Ivanna says:

      San Marzano don’t come in a can, they usually packed in a carton. Also, some brands use BPA free lining for their cans..

  2. Oh, I was so happy to see you come up in my feed the other day. It’s been awhile. Thank you for these articles. I’ve spent way more than my allotted thirty minutes blog-reading time this morning following these links. Each one that I’ve read has either intrigued (the tick article), informed (the tomato pieces) or both. Still reading. Thank you.

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