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NPR keeps corroborating: we are not as crazy as grainheads think

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  • NPR keeps corroborating: we are not as crazy as grainheads think

    Two recently published articles by NPR to serve as desert after that stick of Kerrygold you downed.

    General Mills's "heart smart" seal on cheerios can kiss my coconut butt. Enjoy!
    Here it is, your moment of zen.

    It's a no brainer: The journal of the cerebelum

  • #2
    I like NPR. I started listening to them on the way home from school because I was bored with my music -- and wound up learning a LOT. Go them for saying true things!
    29 years old, type 1 diabetic with insulin resistance -- HORRIBLE a1c, and borderline cholesterol problems. Carb addict.


    • #3
      Yeah! I work for a radio station that plays NPR. I learn some interesting things on the job.


      • #4
        NPR is great. I take everything with a grain of salt these days- even NPR can be sketchy when it comes to CW diet stuff, and to sensitive political stuff (see their refusal to call waterboarding "torture" when the US does it, but a lack of corresponding unwillingness to use the "t word" when discussing "bad" countries), but even with a healthy dose of skepticism, I enjoy 95% of their stuff.


        • #5
          Go NPR!


          • #6
            mdlaw -- being primal, I'm sure you meant to say "granule of salt" rather than "grain of salt".
            "Trust me, you will soon enter a magical land full of delicious steakflowers, with butterbacons fluttering around over the extremely rompable grass and hillsides."