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Posted By Worker Bee On August 17, 2007 @ 12:27 pm In Carbs,Diet,Health,Humor,Nutrition,Raising Healthy Children,Research Analysis | 12 Comments
Here’s an entertaining little “primal” snippet  about the birds and the bees (G-rated).
Ahem, and now for more serious health news:
The mythology of the sugar rush: New Scientist asks if the “always eat breakfast” rule is really so smart when breakfast is essentially glorified dessert. Sending kids off to school on a sugar rush isn’t the best way to prepare them for a day of learning – but is it still better than eating nothing ?
What say you, apples?
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