FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Climate change lowers crops’ nutrition, beliefs impact meal satiety, and eating close to bedtime linked to body fat

by | Sep 15, 2017

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This week climate change lowers crops’ nutrition, beliefs impact meal satiety, and eating close to bedtime linked to body fat.

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One Response to “FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Climate change lowers crops’ nutrition, beliefs impact meal satiety, and eating close to bedtime linked to body fat”

  1. Brian Bender says:

    The Great Nutrient Collapse was an incredibly interesting (and terrifying) article. And I also enjoyed the article on circadian timing an weight gain – something that reminded me about the Blue Zones and the fact that many of them eat very little (or sometimes not at all) in the evenings. Thanks for sharing!

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