Since I hadn’t posted a round up of real food news recently, I’ve got quite a few links saved up. I spent a while this morning weeding through them all, trying to find the five most interesting ones (at least to me).
I hope you find them as informative enjoyable to read as I did!
First, I found a gem on the New York Times Opinion blog — an ode to microbes! Yes, Olivia Judson actually touched upon the need we have for beneficial micro-organisms to populate our guts and regulate our genetic expression.
Next, another mainstream media source actually had the audacity to — gasp! — suggest that our corn and soy saturated diets heavy with Omega 6 fatty acids could be affecting our mental and physical health.
Ann Marie at Cheeseslave wrote a post exploring the implications of a new study that showed that 70% of U.S. children have insufficient levels of of Vitamin D. Seventy percent! Naturally, she also told you what you can do about it!
Cajun Chef Ryan posted a simple recipe for my favorite summer salad: Tomato Basil Mozzarella! If you haven’t tried it yet, please do. You are totally missing out.
And finally, Lee at Simple Good and Tasty got to speak with the office of Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty about sourcing local food. He even got the governor’s aide to admit that food policy can greatly affect our health. Perhaps it’s a sign of things to come?
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