The Checkup: 3 Lessons You Can Learn From Skinny People’s Kitchens



• Get this: A Cornell researcher went out and documented the kitchens of skinny people—what they look like, how they function, the way they’re organized—in a quest to uncover environmental cues that might be helping them stay slim. Click through for the fruits of his labors. [Science of Us]

• The ultimate alternative to a Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte? A delicious homemade version, of course. [POPSUGAR Fitness]

• Your biceps aren’t the only beneficiaries of a sweat session. Exercise even makes your brain stronger, according to new research. Say whaaat? [Fitbie]

• Here are the fast-food restaurants consumers perceive as having the best healthy options. (Spoiler: McDonald’s didn’t make the cut.) [Bloomberg Businessweek]

• Terrified of tofu? Here’s how to cook it like a pro. [Cooking Light]

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