As I expected, I received quite a few emails related to my column in Sunday’s Seattle Times on the documentary “What the Health?” Rather than answer the emails individually, I’m turning them into this admittedly rather loooong blog post.
In case you have questions (or were questioning my methods) after reading my latest On Nutrition column in The Seattle Times (“Why butter isn’t back: not all saturated fat is created equal”), this post’s for you. P.S. I also talk about my abiding love for butter. Are you shocked?
It’s always interesting watching reactions to my Seattle Times columns on social media and via email. My most recent column on whether alcohol is healthful got a lot of mentions on social media, but it also got pushback from some clear wine aficionados, as well as a number of comments that suggest that the commenter didn’t read my entire column.
More of my interviews with David Ludwig, MD, PhD, author of Always Hungry (a book grounded in the science that will hopefully put to rest the mistakes and misinformation of the low-fat era) and his wife, Chef Dawn Ludwig, who developed the easy, healthy, delicious recipes in the book.
A little behind the scenes look at the amazing gathering of nutrition scientists, medical experts, food systems experts and health/nutrition journalists (most them registered dietitians) who gathered in Boston on one chilly weekend to talk about Finding Common Ground among seemingly disparate nutritional philosophies.
Happy Friday! This is the last weak of scarce blog posts, as my to-do list will finally dip below superhuman levels this week, and I will be settling into my new routine. I’ll talk about my new part-time job (I’m still at Northwest Natural Health) as soon as I actually start it (I’m superstitious that […]