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A food policy professor at Tufts University claims I made a "satirically narrow-minded caricature" of food advocates in my interview with Jayson Lusk the other day. Dr. Lusk responds here.
Chile enacts the world’s most aggressive food labelling laws. (Christian Science Monitor, via @doconnorwi)
A high school science teacher has a burst of critical thinking... and discovers that eating exclusively at McDonalds made him thin. (KCCI News, alternate video link here)
The response you’d expect from someone living in a culture of More. (Finding Your Soul, via Food Woolf)
Useful thoughts here on change negative, guilt-based self-talk. "See, guilt is the first sign that something’s wrong. But most people stop there. 'I feel guilty' is not the end, but the beginning of taking action." (I Will Teach You To Be Rich)
Seven things I learned from a year of overconfidence. (Thought Catalog)
New Year’s resolutions for behavioral investors. (Psy-Fi Blog) Bonus: The “Big List” of behavioral biases.
Read this pitifully inaccurate article on food commodity “speculators,” and then read this rebuttal from the professor slandered by it, and you’ll never trust The New York Times again. Disturbing.
34 intriguing, simple two-ingredient recipes (Crazy Food)
80 Gluten Free Slow Cooker Recipes! (Divine Health)
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