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What I Read This Week: No more recipes. Foods to try in 2012. What your urine’s telling you.

I’m a bit a news junkie (journalism major here) and in particular I eat up anything related to health/nutrition/food. My little New York Times “recommended for you” section is chock full of it. They know me. As does Amazon.com who seems to think I am an obsessive dieter/avid hiker/ecofarm hippie.

Anyway, I thought instead of selfishly hoarding all of the information I consume in my own brain (where it’s sure to be lost never to be found again), I should share the little nuggets that I think you might find interesting too. So here goes… here are a few things that caught my eye this week…

A Recipe for Simplifying Life: Ditch All the Recipes

A Medical Tell-All Can Be Found in Urine

FDA: Some Livestock Antibiotics Will Be Limited

Stopping Superbugs: Time for Congress and Industry to Catch Up With American Consumers

Mark Bittman: The Last of Last Year’s Food Links

12 Healthy Foods to Try in 2012

10 Things I Say No to and Why

What about you? Anything catch your eye that’s worth sharing?

Megan Adams Brown, CHC, is a certified health coach for the whole family. She helps busy women get their energy back and makes meal planning and cooking easy. Her family meal planning tools and healthy kid-friendly recipes will help you spend less time cooking while enjoying the most nutritious foods that are delicious too. Click “Programs” to learn more.

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