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What’s the secret to living to 105? Health professionals might have a tough time with this one, but a woman in Texas attributes her longevity to bacon.
Dr. Valerie Taylor, the mental health chair for the Canadian Obesity Network, has just delivered a talk on how “people who post pictures of almost every meal they eat to social media may have a deeper medical issue,” according to CBC.
“Deeper medical issue” meaning obesity and not overbearing narcissism, of course.
Reader’s Digest polled 1000 of its readers, asking the question: who did they, the everyday consumers of media, find the most trustworthy? The magazine compiled a list of the top 100 to publish, in which we noticed that huggable television cuteface Rachael Ray (#31) was found way more trustworthy than food advocate and Smart Person, journalist Michael Pollan (#83).
I mean, I get that Michael Pollan should be higher on the list, but why exactly shouldn’t we be trusting Rachael Ray?
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