It Happened This Week: Cookbooks, Miley, Beyonce and Oprah


Diabetes Daily reviews “You Don’t Have to Be Diabetic to Love This Cookbook.”

Teen idol Miley Cyrus created a stir on Twitter by writing about her jiggling thighs.

The LA Times reports that insurance giant Kaiser Permanente now has farmers markets at many of their medical centers.

The Calgary Herald says that one of Canada’s top obesity doctors says it’s time to stop recommending weight loss for everyone who meets official criteria for obesity.

Beyonce Knowles tells Self magazine that she loves her curvy body. “Everyone is supposed to be different, and whatever is a natural weight for you is usually what looks best.” Yeah! But on the other hand, she admits to buying clothes that are too small to motivate her to slim down. Boo!

On that note, Bacon is My Enemy says “for those times when I feel the compulsion to buy something that doesn’t fit me right now? I just hang a left and go down the shoe aisle instead.”

Diabetes Self Management discovers the “tastes good diet.” According to HAES studies, how your body uses food depends partly on how much you like the food.

Salon has a great article on taking Oprah’s medical advice with a grain of salt. “Winfrey has scored good ratings with her health episodes. But in doing so, she seems to have thrown therapeutic caution to the wind.”

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