9 Things to Know This Week (28 September 2018)

A weekly series that highlights 9 things to know from the best stories on the web this week


1. “For decades, the medical community has ignored mountains of evidence to wage a cruel and futile war on fat people, poisoning public perception and ruining millions of lives. It’s time for a new paradigm.” Here’s why everything you know about obesity is wrong [HuffPost Highline]


2. How to make chips out of everything, because apples as chips is pretty magical [Self]


RELATED: How to Make Plantain Chips 


3. I have been using the Period and health tracking app Clue for years. One of the things I love about Clue is that they’re open about how they use your data and encourage users to be a part of their community. They partner with major universities and researchers to be able to use data to further research and in the long term, benefit female health. Their Director of Scientific research, Dr. Virginia J. Vitzthum shares some of the research she’s doing which involves looking into things like how your environment, circumstances and relationships can affect your cycle [Clue]


4. 8 things never to do when washing dishes [The Kitchn]


5. The best stretches to do after a run [Runner’s World]


6. Continuing the trend of founders bought out by Facebook, Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger – founders of Instagram, announced their resignation from Facebook. Here’s what happened to other founders who were bought out by Facebook and then left [Entrepreneur]


7. 9 types of salt and how to cook with them all [Goop]


RELATED: The 6 Specialty Ingredients I Always Have in my Pantry


8. How to stay active outside of gym [Nutritious Life]


9. The little thing you can do to make your life more meaningful [Mind Body Green]


Main Collage by Feige Lewin

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Zissy Lewin

Zissy is the co-founder of Nutreats. She likes to make things, do things and wear things.
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