Happy Friday! It’s going to be a rainy weekend in Seattle, which makes it a perfect time to cook up a batch of soup or stew (I’m leaning toward beef stew, since I have some chuck in the freezer and some carrots in the garden). I’m also looking forward to a weekend at home after an amazing, but tiring (little sleep!), long weekend at the Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo (FNCE). And with that, I’ll start this week’s links:
- I was very happy that Coke is no longer a FNCE sponsor, but this sort of spells out the story of has happened before: Coke spends lavishly on pediatricians and dietitians.
- Cocoa flavanols: Science or marketing?
- The challenges of updating a vintage recipe.
- New study says 30 minutes of exercise is not enough. You should double or quadruple that.
- Is a long walk or a short stair climb better?
- Reasons to run that have nothing to do with losing weight.
- From Ellie Krieger: 10 healthful foods worth the premium price tag.
- 5 changes that will immediately lower your stress levels.
- For weight control, fruit and vegetable choice may matter.
- A recipe I might make this weekend: Black Rice Risotto.
- Finally: The world’s 17 most dangerous foods. (No pufferfish for you!)
Have a great weekend!