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FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Real Food trumps macronutrient hacking, plastic in bottled water, and the downfall of a scientist

FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Real Food trumps macronutrient hacking, plastic in bottled water, and the downfall of a scientist

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup.

Hey guess what? I’m back! I’m going to try my best to start up FTLOF again and start posting new content. I’m making no promises about consistency, but I’m excited to jump back into ST. I’ve missed you guys!

These are some of my favorite articles from while I was away. We’ll get back to a newsier schedule next week.

Real Food trumps macronutrient hacking, plastic in bottled water, and the downfall of a scientist.

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