The study, published online Wednesday in the journal Cell Metabolism, found eating a snack high in fat and sugar every day alters the reward circuits in human brains to create lasting preferences. Fatty and sugary foods train your brain to hate healthier options: Yale study — New York Post, March 22, 2023 HT to Sally […]
Here’s another post in my nearly world famous Electronic Sticky Note series. Posting the link here as summer is starting soon and I need better salads than the prepacked kits I tend to buy and eat. Click for the recipe https://thefirstmess.com/2023/05/24/hummus-crunch-salad/
On average, 86 percent of people surveyed for Statista’s Consumer Insights in 21 countries said that their diet contained meat – highlighting that despite the trend around meat substitutes and plant-based products, eating meat remains the norm almost everywhere in the world. To satisfy the world’s hunger for meat, 340 million tons of it were […]
The first written records of pancakes come from the ancient Greeks and Romans. Around 500 B.C.E., Athenian poet Cratinus described “a [flat cake] hot and shedding morning dew.” Some 600 years later, in the late second century C.E., Greek physician Galen included a recipe in his On the Properties of Foodstuffs that’s similar to how […]
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4 thoughts on “First U.S. Sighting of Massive Atlas Moth Confirmed — smithsonianmag.com”
They will eat your fruit orchards.
“If more Atlas moths have made their way to Washington, that could spell bad news for the region’s fruit-growing industry. The adult moths are harmless—they don’t have mouths—but as caterpillars, they feast on the leaves of apple and cherry trees, which would pose a threat to the state’s fruit growers.”