Happy Friday! It’s been an interesting week, to say the least…and that is all I’m going to say about that. For those of you who have been asking about my kitchen remodel, the good news is that our dining room is now an actual dining room, and not a staging area. Our dining room table is no longer crammed into the living room, and my cookbooks are out of boxes. Yay! Now, here’s some of the weeks more interesting…and potentially distracting…nutrition news:
- Can you cheat at mindfulness and self-compassion?
- Genetics may dictate your love—or hate—of exercise.
- American blames obesity on willpower, despite evidence it’s genetic. [Sigh.]
- For women who’ve struggled with whether to have breast reconstruction following a mastectomy: ‘Going flat’ after breast cancer.
- I could have used this a few decades ago: For beginners, a guide to cooking all types of meat.
- Even better, a fun little primer from NYT Cooking: How to cook Brussels sprouts.
- My latest article for The Washington Post: How to eat for an energy boost?
- My latest On Nutrition column for The Seattle Times: How to eat mindfully during the holidays.
- On that note: How to be mindful with your cat. Kitty!!!!!
Have a great weekend!