As was my tradition, in December I restore old favorites from years. This year we will look back at 2016. A friend on Twitter sent…View More School "Hot Meals" is beyond horrible. How did we let them do it?
By Evan-Amos (his work) [CC0], via Wikimedia Commons As was my tradition, in December I restore old favorites from years. This year we will look…View More Because you might just ignore all the breakfast studies
As was my tradition, in December I restore old favorites from years. This year we will look back at 2016 Two weeks ago, Kevin Hall…View More No diet work for everyone, and every diet works for someone
As I have pointed out again (usually in the context of soda and snacks), if you serve it, we will eat it, even if "we"…View More # If you have prepared the vegetarian conference for the food conference
Now to be clear, I am not a journalist, though I have written the fair share of my articles for various publications (including Ottawa Citizen).…View More Dear @OttawaCitizen, The 83 Word Byline Free Drink Milk "Artice" Is Not Journalism And Contributes To Scientific Illiteracy
Because of course it is. SickKids Hospital has never avoided earning dollars and their recent campaign looks to partner with food giant Mondelez to promote…View More Toronto's SickKids Hospital New Oreos Fundraising Campaign
I have written before about how as human beings, if you serve us, we will eat it, with examples from medical conferences, medical events and…View More The aftermath of whether we serve it We'll eat it (if we don't, we won't)
From the magazine I Can't Believe You've Ever Published (ok, in this case from obesity reviews) comes the challenge of keeping it, a descriptive systematic…View More New systematic review concludes that no one will ever successfully maintain their lost weight. Or maybe;
Mary Cain, in the New York Times, tells her story about the intersection of abuse and the sporting elite. Jamie, at McDreeamie Musings, on the…View More Maria Cain, Deadly Powerpoint and Echo
Well, according to this new RCT it is – it found that patients were randomly assigned to 4 months of severe energy restriction (65-75% energy…View More "Serious" Energy Restriction Better for Weight Loss than "Moderate" Energy Restriction?