Despite similar diets and identical genetics, identical twins who exercise regularly enjoy better glucose tolerance, lower body fat, superior endurance, and more gray matter than their inactive twins.
After adjusting for confounding variables, statin usage increases the risk of diabetes by 46%.
City sewage reveals the human population’s fecal microbiome and any related health or metabolic conditions. So, before you go shooting public sewage up your butt, check the city’s obesity, allergy, and IBD rates.
Widely-used processed food emulsifiers may promote obesity and intestinal inflammation.
Coffee appears protective against coronary calcium in asymptomatic young adults.
Episode 57: Camille Macres, Paleogasm Author: Guest host Elle Russ hangs out with Camille Macres, paleo personal chef, Paleogasm cookbook author, and, now, cooking show host.
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A pictorial comparison of food served at several different recently-held obesity conferences. Anything jump out?
How to build your own sous-vide cooker, yogurt maker, and all-purpose fermenter for $40.
How washing dishes by hand, rather than using the dishwasher, might protect your kids from allergies.
Our appetite for single serving coffee brewing pods is creating unimaginable amounts of plastic waste.
Silly (if unavoidable) name, but snowga looks like a good time for cold climate folks.
How much vitamin D are you making, right now? This app will tell you.
College athletic programs are starting to pursue fourth graders.
One year ago (Mar 9 – Mar 15)
You’re wrong Mark! The ultimate fear is “when will my coconut oil run out?”
– I hear that. Everyone should check out the entire comment section of that post. There were some real gems.