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"Peanuts can kill some people, but that does not mean they are bad for everyone"

Mollie Grewe

This extremely well written and articulate article by James Hamblin in The Atlantic is an excellent reminder in the golden rule of diets: Everything in moderation. Hamblin forces you to question the real reason for bestselling books and asks you to consider what science is and how it can be used. A great read for anyone who finds themselves confused by the ever changing magazine headlines that tell us "No salt!" "Only salt!" "Meat and veggies!" "Skip the meat!"

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  • Mollie Grewe

    Also: It feels like a lot of people are reading this article and taking away from it that they should stop eating gluten (which is indeed what the book the article is about says). I didn't feel that any sort of eating suggestion was suppose to be the takeaway, but instead to be weary of fads and diets, and selective studies being used as the be-all-end-all evidence for these proposed lifestyle changes.