CK Links--Friday January 29, 2016

Links from around the internet.

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The cleanest and quickest way to take apart a pomegranate. (Beyond Salmon)

The USA government’s most recent Dietary Guideline for Americans is "a national embarrassment." (David Katz)

An excellent--and easy--dining out hack for vegans and vegetarians… at least the adventurous ones. (Happy Holidays Guides)

Interesting article on the birth of the baby carrot. (Washington Post)

Arguments of the form "Life is too short for x" have great force. (Paul Graham)

Tools for finding equilibrium. (Potluck Canuck)

The first thing to remember is people have absolutely no idea what they are talking about. (Behavior Gap)

Don't call my kid a diabetic. (A Sweet Life)

Creative! The "burn or burn technique" for sticking to a challenging goal. (Nir and Far via 50by25)

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