FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: How Big Ag is killing the banana, 15K is the new 10K steps, and what’s missing in the Western diet

by | Mar 24, 2017

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This week how Big Ag is killing the banana, 15K is the new 10K steps, and what’s missing in the Western diet. 

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5 Responses to “FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: How Big Ag is killing the banana, 15K is the new 10K steps, and what’s missing in the Western diet”

  1. Laura says:

    I think between 15k-17k steps are reasonable amount specially if you are not going to be active 7 days a week, so this can make up for days that you are not too active, i’m still trying to get my record up to 12k, just need a bit more motivation.

  2. Natacha says:

    The 15k article and the one on how close should our gym be deeply resonated with me.
    This year, when I moved, I looked for a flat very close to both a gym and a park/forest and I am so lucky to have: 1/ a gym 50 meters from my flat, and 2/ a forest 5 minutes walk away. And after 8 months living here, I am fitter than I have ever been!!
    Convenience in fitness is key, as it is in food…. Thus think ahead and always be prepared :)

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