FDA Gets Into Gluten-Free; Food Is the New Rock
New research suggests that babies develop their palates in the womb and that what a woman eats while pregnant could affect her child's tastes later in life. [NPR]
The FDA will soon start to regulate gluten-free foods. Currently, a gluten-free label doesn't necessarily ensure that a product actually contains no gluten. [Boston Globe]
A new study shows that the brain cells responsible for controlling hunger start to consume small parts of themselves when the body has gone without food for several hours. Yikes! [ThirdAge]
James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem is now a chef; Fat Mike of NOFX is a restaurateur; Les Claypool of Primus is a winemaker. Looks like gastronomy really is the new rock. [NY Post]
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