Throwaway message
In Smart Supplements for New Moms (May 2007), you pictured a beautiful woman and her adorable baby. But, oh, to have had the baby in a cloth diaper instead of a disposable one would have made it perfect!

—Claire Newman, via e-mail

Drink up
Because I like to drink tea cold, I brew up a large batch of either green or white tea, then put it into the fridge and drink it over two or three days. Does the tea still retain the beneficial antioxidants, or do I have to drink it hot?

—Lori Valentine, via e-mail

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Thanks for writing, Lori. Some research has shown that cold-brewing your coffee or tea might preserve antioxidants, says Brett Holmes of Toddy Cold Brew Coffee System. However, some of the compounds extracted during the brewing process include desirable oils and fatty acids that are soluble only at high temperatures, he says.


>>>> Correction
The book Intuitive Eating (St. Martin's Griffin, 2003), featured in our June article of the same name, was co-authored by Evelyn Tribole, MS, RD, and Elyse Resch, MS, RD.