Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup.
This week children change parents’ habits, science-based pregnancy advice, and the real truth about saturated fat.
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- A Study on Fats That Doesn’t Fit the Story Line <<My favorite analysis of the news last week that old data on exonerating saturated fat has surfaced. Again, the only take home message that is defensible is “eat real food.” (NY Times)
- This Graphic Reveals 10 Cognitive Biases That Shape Our Thinking, With Examples <<Another notable bias is thinking that stuff that applies to everyone (like bias) doesn’t apply to you (and me). Let’s do our best to not kid ourselves. (Lifehacker)
- “Am I Too Old to Get in Shape?” <<All the emails I get from readers over 50 believe they are probably the oldest in this community. In reality there are tens of thousands of you. Here’s looking at you, kid. (Nerd Fitness)
- Children Have the Power to Change Parents’ Habits <<My dad always tells me that I was one of the main factors that helped him quit smoking. Pretty cool, huh? (WSJ)
- Researchers have found a ‘striking’ new side effect from eating fast food <<It’s not just fast food, it’s industrial processing in general. (Washington Post)
- From Sleep to Sushi: Guidance for Confused Parents <<I’ve been super skeptical of the nutrition (and general) advice given to pregnant women. I haven’t read this book yet, but I plan to and very much appreciate the direction it’s going. (NY Times)
- Why Was This Woman Gaining Weight Despite Her Diet? <<It’s worth keeping in mind that not all weight gain is a result of errant behaviors. If you suspect something more is going on with your health (like growing 5 additional shoe sizes), find a doctor who enjoys being a detective. (NY Times)
- Loneliness: The new (old) smoking? <<I’m glad this subject is finally getting some of the attention it deserves. (LA Times)
- Why a Few Minutes of Exercise Can Show Results <<I love this “everything counts” attitude (because, you know, it’s true). (WSJ)
- Calamari Braised with White Wine, Tomatoes & Spinach <<You don’t have to rely on restaurants to prepare you delicious calamari. It’s actually easy to find at stores and very affordable. Be brave, give it a try. (Not Eating Out In New York)
What inspired you this week?
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