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FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: The health value of friendship, the trouble with the carbohydrate-insulin model, and the sad state of the EPA

FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: The health value of friendship, the trouble with the carbohydrate-insulin model, and the sad state of the EPA

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup. This week the health value of friendship, the trouble with the carbohydrate-insulin model, and the sad state of the EPA. Next week’s Mindful Meal Challenge will start again on Monday. Sign up now to join us! Too busy to read them all? Try […]

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FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Low-carb is a bust, no edge to human longevity, and writing to improve body image

FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Low-carb is a bust, no edge to human longevity, and writing to improve body image

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup. This week low-carb is a bust, no edge to human longevity, and writing to improve body image. Next week’s Mindful Meal Challenge will start again on Monday. Sign up now to join us! Too busy to read them all? Try this awesome free speed […]

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FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Industry gets busted influencing scientists, Salmonella hits the cereal aisle, and how exercise reduces inflammation

FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Industry gets busted influencing scientists, Salmonella hits the cereal aisle, and how exercise reduces inflammation

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup. This week industry gets busted influencing scientists, Salmonella hits the cereal aisle, and how exercise reduces inflammation. Next week’s Mindful Meal Challenge will start again on Monday. Sign up now to join us! Too busy to read them all? Try this awesome free speed […]

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FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: How to increase self-control, the science of hangry, and exercise vs standing

FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: How to increase self-control, the science of hangry, and exercise vs standing

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup. This week how to increase self-control, the science of hangry, and exercise vs standing. Next week’s Mindful Meal Challenge will start again on Monday. Sign up now to join us! Too busy to read them all? Try this awesome free speed reading app to read […]

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FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: The food community loses a hero, laziness doesn’t exist, and mussels test positive for opioids

FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: The food community loses a hero, laziness doesn’t exist, and mussels test positive for opioids

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup. This week the food community loses a hero, laziness doesn’t exist, and mussels test positive for opioids. Sorry this week is a little New York Times heavy. Personally I am happy to purchase subscriptions that support publications doing excellent work, and I […]

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FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Nutrition research is often wrong, stop commenting on people’s weight loss, and this much exercise slows aging

FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Nutrition research is often wrong, stop commenting on people’s weight loss, and this much exercise slows aging

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup. This week nutrition research is often wrong, stop commenting on people’s weight loss, and this much exercise slows aging. Next week’s Mindful Meal Challenge will start again on Monday. Sign up now to join us! Too busy to read them all? Try this awesome […]

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How To Stop Yourself From Nighttime Bingeing

How To Stop Yourself From Nighttime Bingeing

“’This will be my last ice cream ever’ is a thought I have had so many times I’m embarrassed by it.” – Paul Late night bingeing is an especially tough habit to break. You repeat the same destructive behavior over and over, knowing it’s wrong, but stopping feels impossible because it doesn’t seem like something […]

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Use This Framework to Tackle Your Most Frustrating Health Issue

Use This Framework to Tackle Your Most Frustrating Health Issue

Sometimes it can feel as if you are completely alone in your healthstyle struggles. While some problems are fairly commonplace (e.g. How can I fit a workout into my busy workday?), others can feel so uniquely your own that it feels nearly impossible to come up with a solution. In today’s episode I help Ellen […]

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What to Do When You Stop Dieting and It Backfires

What to Do When You Stop Dieting and It Backfires

“I’ve felt the option is either cake or not cake. And so then how do you start a habit to NOT do something?” – Mindy Mindy was excited when she found Summer Tomato. The thought of being able to lose weight without counting calories or going on another strict diet was a revelation. Right away […]

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How a Tiny Habit Can Help You Push Past a Weight Loss Plateau

How a Tiny Habit Can Help You Push Past a Weight Loss Plateau

“You have to rig the game so you can win, set yourself the lowest minimal bar to do something. That was really the key to my success.” – Sarah It happens to the best of us. You get a little older, your life changes, you start moving less, maybe have a kid or two, and […]

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