This week: lemon water, antibiotics in animal feed, benzene in soda, and an announcement

forkHappy Monday! For a while now, I’ve been using this blog primarily to post regular “round-ups” with links to the content that I’ve created or contributed to elsewhere.  But I’m going to be changing things up a bit.  I plan to be posting more original (“exclusive”) content here on the Nutrition Over Easy blog, which you can follow by subscribing to the RSS feed.

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And now…one last round-up!

Recent episodes of the Nutrition Diva podcast (which you can subscribe to on iTunes or Stitcher) included this reality check on the benefits of drinking warm lemon water in the morning and how much iced tea it takes to put you into kidney failure (YMMV).

From the “Please Do Play With Your Food” files:

Is the fruit in sangria nutritious?

5 delicious ways to use miso

In the “One Less Thing To Worry About” Department:

Does soda contain dangerous amounts of benzene?

And in the “We’re Not Out of the Woods Yet” column:

Here’s an update on the battle to regulate the use of antibiotics in animal feed.

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