FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Nutrition is not as complex as you think, backyard chickens spreading Salmonella, and diseased farmed salmon infest wild population

by | Sep 8, 2017

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This week nutrition is not as complex as you think, backyard chickens spreading Salmonella, and diseased farmed salmon infest wild population.

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5 Responses to “FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Nutrition is not as complex as you think, backyard chickens spreading Salmonella, and diseased farmed salmon infest wild population”

  1. Elizabeth says:

    Being a medical student in Portland, OR we definitely learned about the salmonella risks of backyard chickens! (Our lecturer also said the availability of chicken feed is driving the dramatic increase in the city’s rat population.)

  2. Zach says:

    Hi Darya,
    What can I do to help reduce my risk of cancer *besides* eating vegetables and exercising? Anything additional that will help?

    Sorry it’s a little off-topic, just looking for some guidance.

  3. Jess says:

    Ugh that work at home article is bad. I didn’t make it past the first sentence of the third paragraph. I feel like the “everyone is a freelancer these days” movement is really killing good writing.

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