Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup.
This week Splenda linked to cancer, fish reduces Alzheimer’s risk, and winter tomatoes get respect.
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Links of the week
CSPI Downgrades Sucralose from “Caution” to “Avoid” <<Translation: Sucralose = Splenda; Downgrade = more dangerous than we previously thought. (CSPI)
To Reduce the Risk of Alzheimer’s, Eat Fish <<While this is only true for people with the known Alzheimer’s risk gene ApoE4, those of us with the gene are happy to know we have some say in the matter. (NY Times)
The New Era of 30-Day Fitness Challenges <<I find the psychology here fascinating. I imagine feeling “disconnected from past imperfections” is a big part of the appeal, si…