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Is our sugar paranoia getting out of control? (The Telegraph, via Addicted to Canning)
The only guarantee about diet trends is that they're eventually debunked. (LA Times)
Marion Nestle is surprisingly lukewarm on the nutritional value of organics. (Food Politics)
The latest issue of The Scientist magazine discusses GMO and biotech foods. (The Scientist)
Why are beef and pork prices so high? (Jayson Lusk)
Chef Jacques Pepin explains how "reality" cooking shows get it all wrong. (Daily Meal, via Alosha's Kitchen)
"Many leap to the conclusion that the Dalai Lama is hypocritical in his actions of eating meat, but looking a bit deeper you will find that is not the case." (Samvid Beauty via Rachelle Fordyce)
Still more doctors are getting off the statin bandwagon. (Dr. John M.)
On breakthrough workouts. (Mark’s Daily Apple)
There's a good case against regularly monitoring your portfolio's performance. (Monevator)
Bump up the taste with Grilled Lemon Terragon Tuna. (Food and Fire)
Pollo Pibil. (Mexico in My Kitchen)
Shrimp with Mint Pesto. (Meta Mint)
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