Yesterday I sat in front of my computer scarfing down a lunch of two leftover shrimp, brown rice and half a stale bagel with smashed avocado while reading my Facebook feed and scanning food blogs for dinner ideas. That’s when it hit me. The Internet has changed the way I eat. Given that menu I just described, you’re probably thinking, “Uh, not for the better.” And it’s true. Not so long ago I made it a point to walk away from my desk at lunch time — to go ...
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