FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Make family meals a truth, gut bacteria can prevent weight loss, and red meat wins in the context of a healthy diet
Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly hyperlink roundup.
This week make family meals a truth, gut bacteria can prevent weight loss, and red meat wins in the context of a healthy diet.
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Links of the week
- How to Have Better Family Meals – Family meals are a superb purpose, however truth can regularly get in the manner. Some just right, reasonable tips about making it occur extra steadily. (NY Times)
- Makeup of a person’s gut bacteria might play position in weight loss – Preliminary analysis, however nonetheless a very attention-grabbing speculation of how gut bacteria could also be influencing your talent to lose weight. What’s encouraging about that is that whilst it’s tricky, gut bacteria can be modified with diet and different interventions. (ScienceDaily)
- Eat meat and cut back carbon emissions. How? Feed livestock on grass. – This is actually essential to keep in mind. Properly raised livestock in reality is helping the CO2 drawback, while industrially raised livestock is just about as dangerous as the transportation trade. One extra reason why in a lengthy checklist to make a choice pasture-raised meat. (Food Politics)
- Your Chicken’s Salmonella Problem Is Worse Than You Think – Speaking of commercial meat, should you devour rooster that is a must-read. Especially should you aren’t very cautious about sourcing. (Mother Jones)
- Court Orders E.P.A. to Ban Chlorpyrifos, Pesticide Tied to Children’s Health Problems – Boom. Nice process workforce. (NY Times)
- Joël Robuchon, leading edge French ‘cook of the century,’ dies at 73 – Such a legend. “For years he held the most Michelin stars in the world.” (Washington Post)
- Pizza Doesn’t Give You Acne—But What About Sugar? – Interesting learn. Personally I feel the science will meet up with dairy in the end as neatly. (The Atlantic)
- You may no longer need to surrender (lean) red meat, in the end – This write-up is beautiful dangerous and the science may be very momentary, however I’m satisfied to peer that scientists are in any case beginning to examine two healthy (and similar) diets subsequent to one another sooner than making sweeping conclusions about a unmarried component (e.g. red meat). These researchers when put next two teams on a Mediterranean diet, the best distinction used to be the quantity of meat they fed on. Check out what they discovered. (Washington Post)
- Premade Wraps and Salads Sold at Trader Joe’s, Walgreen’s, and Kroger Contaminated With Parasite – Romaine lettuce once more. Gross. (Modern Farmer)
- SKILLET BAKED OATMEAL WITH SUMMER STONE FRUIT – Nom nom nom. (The Full Helping)
What impressed you this week?