Our guest, Dr. Aaron Carroll, is a professor at Indiana University’s School of Medicine and contributes to the New York Times at the Upshot blog. He’s a doctor who studies studies and determines the gold-standard studies. What’s the real deal with diet soda, red meat, coffee, and alcohol? The author of The Bad Food Bible shares his mind-blowing findings and puts us all at ease about some of our food choices by weighing the joy experienced vs. the actual risk to our health. Plus, Star Home Cook Sally Searby offers up her recipe for Lemon Drizzle Cake, and Sarah Nuland recommends Del Posto, a favorite upscale restaurant in NYC. Sarah also shares exciting news about the Sherwin B. Nuland Foundation for Palliative Care.
Aired: May 16, 2019
CONTRIBUTORS AND GUESTS:
• Chris Prosperi — chef/owner, Métro Bis in Simsbury, Conn.
• Alex Province — wine expert
• Robyn Doyon-Aitken — senior producer
• Sarah Nuland — President and Founder, The Sherwin B. Nuland Foundation for Palliative Care
• Aaron Carroll, MD — author of The Bad Food Bible
• “Can’t Stop the Feeling,” Justin Timberlake
• “Life is Just a Bowl of Cherries,” Jaye P. Morgan
• “Moderation,” Florence + The Machine
• “Center Stage,” Capital Cities
• “Everybody Eats When They Come to My House,” Cab Calloway
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