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A recent systematic review of the literature found that, in subjects with poor glucose tolerance, high-fat diets have more favorable effects on various cardiometabolic risk factors than low-fat diets.
Despite having lower BMIs and drinking less alcohol, vegetarians have “poorer health (higher incidences of cancer, allergies, and mental health disorders), a higher need for health care, and poorer quality of life.”
Organic milk is higher in omega-3s, and it may be enough to favorably impact the health of consumers.
Heated vegetable oils are, indeed, bad for you.
Dr. Briffa asks a simple question: If statins are so safe, why aren’t the researchers tasked with proving the drugs’ safety offering up their raw data?
Why are doctors failing to prescribe a highly-effective therapy for depression?
Kids are sports specialists these days, playing the same sports and doing the same repetitive movements on a daily basis, and it may be leading to an epidemic of ACL tears – and girls are at greater risk. The proposed solution is a “warm-up” that simulates “the movements that children used to do on playgrounds and in backyards.” Or, you know, kids could just play on playgrounds and in backyards.
A nice piece from the Guardian: “Why almost everything you’ve been told about unhealthy foods is wrong.”
Glenn Beck appears to have gone effectively Primal.
This is really cool, but I gotta wonder about BPA.
It’s true: happy workers are better workers.
Can’t squat? Try pooping like a samurai.
Do endurance athletes have health problems because of the food they eat to fuel the exercise, the endurance exercise itself, or both?
Mac users might get some use out of this screen-dimming Pomodoro timer called WorkBurst.
One year ago (Mar 31 – Apr 6)
Recumbo ergo sum…