LAUSD Starts Anti-Obesity Campaign; Salt Can Also Harm Your Brain

• Rather than just spend the money to improve its food offerings, LAUSD is unrolling a giant “I’m In” campaign against obesity. [Sacramento Bee]

• A new website called FoodStory seeks to educate readers about Japanese cuisine. Check out an interview with Kazu Shimizu of Sushi Gen. [PR Newswire]

• Twinings has a new recipe for Earl Grey, and longtime fans of the tea are pissed. [Daily Mail UK]

• Eating a bunch of salt and failing to exercise is not only bad for your heart, but also for your cognition. [Healthland/Time]

• Michael Voltaggio’s ink.sack does not live up to the expectations of one Trojan food writer. [Daily Trojan]

• Boston Market is upgrading its menu and decor in Los Angeles. [Restaurant News]

• Meet John Taffer, the host of Bar Rescue. [LAT]

• If we do in fact send astronauts all the way to Mars, they’re going to need to know how to grow their own food. [Discovery News]

• Kudos to Chipotle, we suppose: The chain has set up a foundation to support “sustainable farming practices.” [Sustainable Business]