Marta Zaraska

Marta Zaraska is a Canadian-Polish science journalist. She has written about nutrition and psychology for the Washington PostScientific AmericanThe AtlanticThe Los Angeles TimesNew Scientist, and several other publications. She is the author of Meathooked: The History and Science of Our 2.5-Million-Year Obsession with Meat (Basic Books, 2016), which has been translated into Japanese, Korean, simplified Chinese, Spanish and Polish, and chosen by the journal Nature as one of "the best science picks" in March 2016. Meathooked has also been praised in The Wall Street JournalDiscover MagazineTimeThe Washington PostKirkus ReviewsNatural History Magazine, etc. She has also contributed a chapter to the recently published The Reducetarian Solution (TarcherPerigee, 2017) alongside Mark Bittman, Michael Shermer, and Peter Singer.

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Well-Being//

How Loneliness Can Affect Our Mental and Physical Well-being

by Marta Zaraska
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How Your Mind Talks With Your Body

by Marta Zaraska

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