Three links for this Monday:
- Ancient Poop Gives Clues to Modern Diabetes Epidemic — “The native people who lived in the deserts of Arizona would have likely eaten traditional stews with glycemic indexes around 23.” That’s really low. And they ate “thousands of years of incredibly fibrous foods, 20 to 30 times more fibrous than today’s typical diet.” Truly fascinating.
- Chefs recall their least favorite school lunches and dream about how they’d fix them. Cute.
- And for fun: Big Appetites: Miniature People Living in a World of Giant Food.
(In anticipation of the move, I pre-scheduled this post. Please continue sending those positive vibes my way!)