It Happened This Week: Fad Diets, Fortified Junk Food and BlogHer

By Emily on 07/31/2009
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173897926_93b5dcc800This week, we’ve talked a bit about our past diet foibles. We’ve all had them, whether it’s cutting out carbs or adult weight loss camps like the Biggest Loser. In the archived postRequiem for a Fad Diet Author,” Marsha wonders why we keep falling for fad diet schemes.

The Onion has a funny take on the school lunch debate: “school lunch programs that teach children to avoid all contact with food may not be an effective method of reducing teen obesity rates.”

The Mayo Clinic weighs in on fortified junk food.

Body Love Wellness talks about learning to trust yourself: “Don’t make the mistake of discrediting your intuition. Listen to it, and it will begin to speak louder; just give it time.”

Diabetes Self Management has the scoop on timing exercise for maximum blood glucose control.

MizFit shares photos from her weekend at BlogHer.

The F-Word Blog deconstructs Elle Macpherson’s view on plus-sized clothing and feminism.

Photo by James Grimmelmann via flickr.

4 Responses (Add Yours)

  • I’m off to read some of those. I already caught up with MizFit this morning!

  • I hadn’t seen The Onion article. Kind of wish I hadn’t seen it now, as I’ll be giggling all afternoon. Abstinence pledges, indeed. :)

    Have an awesome weekend!

  • Sagan says:

    Loved the Mayo Clinic article, I feel the same way about that issue. And as always adore The Onion!

  • I’d like to weigh in with the only body change plan that has worked for me. I’ve been following the dietary recommendations for a Candid albicans overgrowth for the past four months, cutting out almost every bit of sugar, real or artificial from my diet. In my opinion this is the way to go, because your body actually changes fairly quickly. My Candida was making me crave carbohydrates and yeast-based products and that is all gone now. Food is now just food, not a vehicle to fill all of my empty places inside! I feel so much better than I have in years, inside and out! Go learn more at: MidlifeCrisisQueen.com

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