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A Thought for Food: Fire in Your Belly

May 09, 2012

A Thought for Food: Fire in Your Belly
Though fat and sugar are often seen as the bad guys in the world of nutrients, the truth is our body needs them to survive. Begin to explore those most maligned compounds in the third edition of our nutrition series.

The "A Thought for Food" podcast series is brought to you by Science & the City and the Sackler Institute for Nutrition Science.