FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Calories tell you nothing, Monsanto sues California, and how to stay motivated


For the Love of Food

For the Love of Food

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup. 

This week calories tell you nothing, Monsanto sues California, and how to stay motivated.

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Links of the week

Rethinking the Calorie <<Remember when I told you that counting calories is a practice of deceiving yourself? Here it’s explained again in excruciating detail. (The Atlantic)
Kale craze raises heavy metal concerns <<Thank you Monica for always reminding us to not be insane. (Nutrition Over Easy)
The Right Way to Stretch Before Exercise <<A few years ago The Times told us we were doing our pre-workout stretching all wrong and that we should stop the ridiculousness immediately. This week they backed off that stance quite a bit, which I appreciate since I never stopped. (NY Times)
6 Reasons To …

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