Roots Watering Hole Podcast Series

December 2022 Food Literacy Podcast Episode

December 12, 2022 Orrin Williams Season 2 Episode 12
Roots Watering Hole Podcast Series
December 2022 Food Literacy Podcast Episode
Show Notes

Stay Safe and Well While Enjoying the Holiday of Your Choice! Happy New Year and We Will Be Back in 2023...

This is the December Food Literacy podcast episode. You will receive a bonus episode an interview with the new executive director of Chicago Grows Food. There is virtually garden education-related information in this episode but we will hit the ground running with information pertinent to kicking off the 2023 gardening season along with our coverage of food literacy information and resources. Also, our co-host and co-producer of the Roots Watering Hole podcast series, Dr. Akilah Martin will be back in 2023 to discuss her passion and specialty, soil, stay tuned for that episode!

We offer these links from physicist, Dr. Sabine Hossenfelder:

What Causes Obesity?

How Much Can You Trust Calorie Labels?

A physicist you ask, well yes Dr. Sabine offers a YouTube channel that covers a lot of science topics that I listen to at least once or twice a week, Science Without the Gobbledygook.   So on that note, I found her episodes on how to read a calorie label and obesity are amongst the best done on the topic I have ever seen. I was surprised to find these titles on her site but it was through my nerdy side that I found the links.

Then there are the Blue Zones a concept that I find intriguing so check out the resources below:

National Geographic Article on Blue Zones: This American Diet May Add Ten Years to Your Life

Blue Zones Live Better, Longer

Another book and resource mentioned during the episode was Fast Food Genocide by Dr. Joel Fuhrman.

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