Historically, this last week of January is when new year’s better-eating resolutions take a nosedive straight into a bowl of M&Ms. Some blame it on American football’s tradition of Superbowl Sunday—even the best intentions are insufficient ammunition against the big game’s siege of fast finger food and four sedentary TV hours.
But what if in anticipation of the lapse, a doctor sent a couple of recipes for quick-cooking snack food that isn’t junk—and is maybe even beneficial for your health? Late last year Timothy Harlan, M.D. spoke at the James Beard Foundation Food Conference on a fresh concept that may be pivotal to improving America’s health and bringing our medical costs under control: culinary medicine.
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