FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: How to keep your heart 30 yrs younger, hunger induces risky eating behavior, and climate change makes oysters more dangerous

by | Dec 14, 2018

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup. A few extra this week since I missed last week.

This week how to keep your heart 30 yrs younger, hunger induces risky eating behavior, and climate change makes oysters more dangerous.

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2 Responses to “FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: How to keep your heart 30 yrs younger, hunger induces risky eating behavior, and climate change makes oysters more dangerous”

  1. Dana Wesson says:

    Thank you, Darya. I’ve been following you for many years now, and you seriously just keep getting better! And, I really enjoy the new podcast. You are a natural, and the content is very informative. Congrats on your little ones!

  2. Summer Wright says:

    I’m not surprised about the school lunch roll back. It like getting the ‘healthy option’ at a chain restaurant; no one wants your undercooked underseasoned broccoli! We eat a lot of vegetables at home but I always let my kids eat fries as a side at restaurants because the vegetables are not cooked well!!!

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