The Checkup: Gasp! Canned Pumpkin Isn’t Actually Pumpkin

And more reads to wake you up this morning.

• Uhhhhh, get ready for your mind to explode: Turns out, Libby’s canned pumpkin, which makes up a huge portion (about 85 percent) of the canned pumpkin out there, isn’t actually pumpkin at all — it’s Dickinson squash, a cousin to butternut squash. Mind blown? Thought so. [Shape]

•  Whoa. I never thought a sentence like this would come out of my mouth, but this bread-less zucchini grilled cheese actually looks really, REALLY delicious. [POPSUGAR Fitness]

• A co-author of the paper that brought “power posing” to people getting ready for job interviews round the globe has just come out saying she actually doesn’t think power posing works. Wom, womp. [Science of Us]

Morning sickness, explained. Because apparently there’s a reason for all that toilet bowl-hugging misery. [The Atlantic]

• Looking to make a smoothie that will actually fill you up? Try adding a few of these ingredients to the mix. [Men’s Health]

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