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HealthNotDiets Digest, Issue 47, 2018

November 16 - November 22, 2018 As always, if you like what you read here, please support the original author by liking/sharing/following/up-voting/subscribing directly to their feed. Happy reading! Articles & Blogs White Supremacy, Colonialism, and Fatphobia are inherently tied to each other by Hess Love ”Just as our society does not trust fat people, it does not trust Black people to speak about our marginalization as a phenomenon that lives within reason and logic.” https://wearyourvoicemag.com/body-politics/white-supremacy-colonialism-fatphobia... Leaky Brain, Leaky Gut: Are They Real? by Harriet Hall “‘Leaky brain’ gives functional medicine doctors the excuse to read unwarranted conclus

HealthNotDiets Digest, Issue 46, 2018

November 9 - November 15, 2018 As always, if you like what you read here, please support the original author by liking/sharing/following/up-voting/subscribing directly to their feed. Happy reading! Articles & Blogs Should Childhood Trauma Be Treated As A Public Health Crisis? by Erin Blakemore ”To really reduce trauma and mitigate its effects...policymakers must pursue community investment and policies like minimum wage laws that reduce economic pressure on people who are struggling.” https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2018/11/09/666143092/should-childhood-trauma... 3 Things You Don’t Have To Do To Manage Diabetes by Nutrition with Katie “From the moment your doctor first said “You ha

HealthNotDiets Digest, Issue 45, 2018

November 2 - November 8, 2018 As always, if you like what you read here, please support the original author by liking/sharing/following/up-voting/subscribing directly to their feed. Happy reading! Articles & Blogs I Quit My Job Because of Chronic Illness by Lisa Marie Basile “The sick body is at odds with many things—itself, for one, the people who exist around it, and society’s endless demands.” https://ravishly.com/quit-my-job-because-chronic-illness?fbclid=IwAR2aKwjjUpoEXhXCjxjqHOzCAAd... The curious case of the missing workplace teaspoons by Peta King “This type of data collection provides a simple example of what makes a good longitudinal study.” https://theconversation.com/the-curious-

HealthNotDiets Digest, Issue 44, 2018

October 26 - November 1, 2018 As always, if you like what you read here, please support the original author by liking/sharing/following/up-voting/subscribing directly to their feed. Happy reading! Articles & Blogs ‘We’re setting whānau up to fail’: rethinking the Māori approach to obesity by Leonie Hayden “He hopes that more healthcare practitioners will move away from the ‘personal responsibility’ narrative and the biomedical model, and frame the message in terms of relationships.” https://thespinoff.co.nz/atea/atea-otago/31-10-2018/were-setting-whanau-up-to-fail-rethinking-the-maori-approach... Your poo is (mostly) alive. Here's what's in it by Vincent Ho Know your sh!t 😃 https://theconve

 

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