Happy Friday! I haven’t had a links post in a few weeks, despite bookmarking lots of links, so today’s post features 60 percent more links!
- In “Holiday Health: Tips on not fixing what isn’t broken,” David Katz gently reminds us that it’s how we eat day in and day out, not during the holiday season, that matters most.
- “Women and drinking: Time to talk risks” is another timely topic.
- “The power of a daily bout of exercise,” shines some light on how the ill effects of overeating and inactivity, while not good in isolation, are even worse for us together.
- If you get your daily bout of exercise from walking, you should know “Why a brisk walk is better.”
- Move over gluten-free: “Is kosher the next big food trend?“
- If you are a milk drinker, here’s another reason to go organic: “More helpful fatty acids found in organic milk.”
- Good nutrition is important for all, but the importance magnifies when you’re trying to recover from cancer. A new group in Boston is working hard on “improving cancer patients’ diets.”
- Do you have a sweet tooth? It may not be a surprise to you that, “in food cravings, sugar trumps fat.”
Have a fantastic weekend, and if your plans involve holiday shopping, stay nourished, hydrated and don’t get trampled!