Okay I will admit that the author is a good friend, but I highly recommend that anyone interested in learning more about the food they eat become acquainted with Louisa Kasdon’s Lets Talk About Food movement. Louisa, an accomplished writer, journalist and former food critic regularly posts information and recipes that are engaging, amusing and informative. While many of the posts will be most pertinent to those who reside in the Boston area, I have continued to follow and learn from her postings since moving to San Diego (https://www.facebook.com/LTAFood).
I only wish I could attend the screening of Fed Up, the documentary by Katie Couric and Laurie David (An Inconvenient Truth) at Kendall Square Cinema later on April 24th. If you do miss the screening it will be opening in theater’s on May 9th. The more you become informed, the more you will realize how important diet is to your current and future health. You will also learn that it can be fun, if not easy, to change old habits. Hat’s off to a job well done. As is the case with politics, this may be why we need more women in the food industry -- Rip Kinkel, MD
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