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Food & Drink If You're Not Putting Food in Your Hair, Are You Really LIVING?

17:42  12 july  2018
17:42  12 july  2018 Source:   bonappetit.com

Americans are avoiding romaine lettuce after an outbreak — and it reveals one of the most dangerous grocery store habits

  Americans are avoiding romaine lettuce after an outbreak — and it reveals one of the most dangerous grocery store habits A CDC investigation is putting leafy greens under the microscope.On Friday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended that Americans avoid any form of romaine lettuce. According to the CDC, at least 53 people in 16 US states have been infected with E. coli after consuming romaine lettuce from the Yuma, Arizona region.

Why you should be D.I.Y hair masking, and other opinions from Healthyish editor Amanda Shapiro. What's the weirdest edible ingredient you 've ever put in your hair ? If you ' re not D.I.Y. hair masking already, let this endorsement be your guide.

If you ' re not putting food in your hair , are you really LIVING ? Amanda Shapiro.

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Every week, Healthyish editor Amanda Shapiro talks about what she's seeing, eating, watching, and reading in the wellness world and beyond. Pro tip: If you sign up for the newsletter, you'll get the scoop before everyone else.

I'm feeling a little sub-healthyish today...

...thanks to that leftover Scarr's pizza I had for dinner last night, a pastry platter at Studio at the Freehand this morning, and a box of wagyu beef sliders that somehow ended up on my desk around lunch. At least my girl Rachelle Robinett has me drinking about a gallon of herbal infusion a day, so I'm gonna hope that balances things out.

Graying Hair Linked To Immune Response, Study Finds

  Graying Hair Linked To Immune Response, Study Finds By studying mice, researchers have identified a mechanism that could possibly explain the loss of pigmentation in the hair as well as the skin.The study titled "A direct link between MITF, innate immunity, and hair graying" was published in the journal PLOS Biology on May 3.

Why you should be D.I.Y hair masking, and other opinions from Healthyish editor Amanda Shapiro.

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What I'm cooking:After an early-summer lull, I've been cooking again. I made Smitten Kitchen's zucchini and ricotta galette and some garlic scape pesto, and tonight I'm tackling these grilled salmon steaks along with whatever's left of my CSA. I also pitted and froze a pound of cherries to use in smoothies. A cherry pitter would've been cool, but I kinda liked staining my fingers (and my shirt...and the counter...and my laptop...) with fresh fruit, am I right? Really makes it feel like summer, ya know?

A cherry pitter would've been cool, but I kinda liked getting my hands dirty. It's not summer until you've stained your fingers (and shirt...and counter...and laptop...) with fresh fruit, am I right?

What I'm seeing:My relationship with Instagram is, well, complicated, but recently I've been enjoying the hell out of a few new-to-me accounts:

1 In 5 Canadians Have Used A Food Bank In Their Life: Study

  1 In 5 Canadians Have Used A Food Bank In Their Life: Study 1 In 5 Canadians Have Used A Food Bank In Their Life: StudyAn online survey, which polled more than 1,500 Canadians, was commissioned by Catelli as part of their Feed the Hope campaign to help fight child hunger in Canada. Although nearly 20 per cent of participants said they knew someone who used a food bank, more than four in 10 Canadians didn't believe the country had a food crisis.

You ' re not wrong. But also, I know I'm not alone. Find out if your CSA gives leftovers to a food bank. If so, don’t stress about leaving the banana peppers behind. healthyishIf you ' re not putting food in your hair , are you really LIVING ?2018-07-12T08:00:00.000Z.

These are the foods to be putting in your hair if you want cheap but salon worthy locks. Honey is great for us who struggle with thick coarse hair . According to an article on healthguidance.org, honey contains a lot of vitamins and minerals that are good for your overall health, but amazing for your hair .

Cheeky, for illustrations like everywhere your body sweats on the NYC subway in summer and a defense of eating a hot dog AND a hamburger at the BBQ.

Not All Geminis, thanks to Healthyish editorial assistant Aliza Abarbanel, which I mostly find deeply confusing but also, lol, it me.

Next Big Thing with Courtney & Dara, which makes me laugh about politics when politics is mostly humorless. (NBT is also a YouTube show on which the two hosts chat with up-and-coming women of color in arts, culture, and tech.)

Lastly, I gotta know:

What's the weirdest edible ingredient you've ever put in your hair? If you're not D.I.Y. hair masking already, let this endorsement be your guide.

Until next week,

Amanda Shapiro

Healthyish editor

P.S. Healthyish Superpowered lands in Chicago NEXT WEEK! Our dinner honoring Ashley Novoa of the Chicago Period Project is sold out, but did you know we're also doing a HIIT workout with Outdoor Voices on Monday, July 16th? There's still space, so grab a spot if you want to work up a sweat with me and the Healthyish team.

Here's why putting a quarter in a cup of frozen water could save your life during a hurricane .
Fill a cup with water, freeze it, and stick a quarter on top, and you'll be able to tell if your food is still safe to eat after coming back from a hurricane. The "quarter in frozen cup of water" trick could prevent you from getting really sick in the aftermath of a hurricane.You just fill a cup with water, freeze it, and stick a quarter on top.When you come back from a hurricane evacuation, if the quarter is still at the top of the cup, your food is safe to eat. If the quarter sank, it means your freezer lost power and you should throw your food out.

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