June 18, 2014
Bumper stickers reading “26.2″ are a common sight these days. But it’s not often you’ll see one that says “1572.” That’s the number of miles in 60 marathons, and this hour we’ll talk to a man who ran all those miles and more. Then we’ll take a new look at exercise during pregnancy, and learn the history behind the country’s war on saturated fat.
February 19, 2014
By now we all know we should hit the gym, but sometimes we’d rather visit a museum or see a concert by the river. Thanks to some innovative architects, Columbus residents don’t have to choose between physical and social wellness. We’ll learn more this hour. We’ll also look at a controversial new mammogram study, and get the latest nutrition news.
January 8, 2014
In the winter, it can be hard to kickstart your car’s engine. But if you’ve tried to get out of bed on a January morning, you’ve probably had trouble kickstarting yourself. This hour we’ll talk about how to fill your body with nutritional high-test. We’ll also learn how to help kids with anxiety and depression, and more on the rollout of Obamacare.
August 7, 2013
For years, Columbus’ east side has been a relative “food desert,” a low-income part of town where access to supermarkets and fresh produce is limited. But Saturday marks the opening of the Near East Side Cooperative Market, a member-owned grocery in Olde Town East. This hour, we’ll discuss the market model, its goals and economic viability.
November 3, 2011
It’s easy to stop focusing on healthy foods if you’re focusing on paying bills or finding a job. Nutrition experts discuss why it’s crucial to eat well during tough economic times.
July 19, 2011
Some people are choosing to emulate the dietary habits of our ancient ancestors– raw foods, meats, nuts and berries. It’s called the paleolithic – or caveman — diet. Is it easier? Is it healthy? And can it work on modern humans?
February 1, 2010
A movement to build a sustainable food system that nourishes our bodies and our environment