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Call me crazy, but avoiding added sugar for a year struck me as a grand adventure. (Mind Unleashed)
It takes a Canadian to show Americans how to eat well on a food stamp budget. PS: Don't miss the link to the free cookbook! (NPR)
Related: Did Mayor Corey Booker Really Try With His Food Stamp Challenge?
Wait: processed foods aren't all bad? (LinkedIn, via Addicted to Canning)
Why are so many low-income people so overweight? (Pacific Standard)
Another study claims organic food is more nutritious--except it's flawed too. (CNN)
In defense of the serious Bucket List. (Raptitude, via Ombailamos)
Interesting price comparison of air conditioners in the 1950s vs today. (Carpe Diem)
Things you should know about introverts. (Playfully Tacky, via Climb the Rainbow)
"If you never leave the small comfortable ideological circle that you belong to, you'll never develop as a human being." (Farnam Street)
Investors! A simple cure for confirmation bias. (The Big Picture)
Ditch the elliptical machine and get a real workout. (Diet Rebel)
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