FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Salt may help with weight loss, grass-fed beef gets an upgrade, and a new blood sugar regulation mechanism

by | May 12, 2017

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This week salt may help with weight loss, grass-fed beef gets an upgrade, and a new blood sugar regulation mechanism.

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6 Responses to “FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Salt may help with weight loss, grass-fed beef gets an upgrade, and a new blood sugar regulation mechanism”

  1. Janice says:

    Interesting about the ‘think about the way you think’ strategy for health style. Since everyone’s health style is unique to them it makes total sense, once we figure it out. An instructor at the university where I worked taught his students to “learn how you learn, then do it that way every time”. It was very powerful to one student who was struggling. . Once he learned in university that group discussions in addition to lectures and textbooks enhanced his learning, he organized many and was at the top of his class.

  2. Justin Mease says:

    While the Atlantic article on eggs is informative, it’s a lot of information for anyone to remember. In my opinion, Cornucopia’s scorecards are the best/easiest way to sort through all the marketing. https://www.cornucopia.org/organic-egg-scorecard/

  3. Viktor says:

    Lovely links, thank you!

  4. Emma says:

    What would be an example of how you could apply the tactics from the metacognition article to health?

  5. Anne says:

    This is something worth sharing. Diabetes runs in our family. We are always on the look out for anything worth trying to keep the condition in check. Thank you so much!

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