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What is the Atlantic Diet?

Washington Post
Distinguished Professor and Friedman School Dean Emeritus Dariush Mozaffarian, identified as FIMI director, comments on similarities between the Mediterranean and Atlantic diets, a variation that consists of foods traditionally eaten in northwest Spain and Portugal, noting “There’s broad principles that are important rather than a very exact diet.”

Are Seed Oils Bad for You? What to Know About the Oils You Cook With

Wall Street Journal
Distinguished Professor and Friedman School Dean Emeritus Dariush Mozaffarian comments in this article examining the benefits and concerns around different types of cooking oils, noting there is strong evidence that “seed oils, which are rich in healthy, unsaturated fats, are really good for our health.” 

Newshour

BBC
Fletcher’s Alex de Waal, director of the World Peace Foundation, joins BBC Newshour to discuss the memorandum of understanding Ethiopia has signed with the self-declared republic of Somaliland to use one of its ports. (His comments begin at 38:4.)