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2013-08-17 12:31 PM

Subject: Food and calories
There have been numerous discussions in these forums on food/diet/weight loss and the like with disagreements common. Just received my September 2013 issue of Scientific American and it contains some very interesting articles on food, etc. For those of us who have a love/hate relationship with food, these articles may be of interest. Have not checked out their web site to see if they are available online.

2013-08-20 11:59 AM
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Subject: RE: Food and calories
Adding link to one of the articles about calorie counts.
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