Here’s a weird promoter of neuroplasticity I didn’t see coming: allergies.
Replacing diet soda with water sped up weight loss in obese women.
The world of virtual eating (both taste and texture) is upon us. Don’t mind the facial electrodes.
Episode 141: Aaron Alexander: Host Elle Russ chats with Aaron Alexander, who wears many hats: personal trainer, connective tissue specialist, Rolfer, licensed manual therapist. If you’re interested in the interplays between mind, body and movement, listen to this podcast.
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How accurate are those companies that recommend optimal training regimens based on genetic analysis?
Maybe Ancel Keyes didn’t get everything wrong.
How infections may be the cause of childhood obesity, rather than antibiotics.
The NY Times raises questions on GMO claims about yield boosts.
In the future, we may be able to turn off the genes responsible for nightmares.
More clues for longevity—raw eggs, cookies, remaining independent.
Concept I’m playing with: Sleep and wakefulness are not binaries. It’s a spectrum.
Product I wish I’d thought of: $66 (with $15.50 for shipping) frozen collard greens from Neiman Marcus. Right on time for Thanksgiving!
Articles I’m pondering: “Global chain restaurants are the future of food.”
Podcast I enjoyed doing: I got a chance to talk extended longevity with The Optimized Geek.
Podcast I can’t wait to listen to: Joe Rogan chats with Wim Hof, the Iceman.
Miscellaneous news I enjoyed: DNA testing cleared a dog on death row.
One year ago (Nov 6 – Nov 12)
“Liver: If you’re brave enough, eat it raw as a smoothie. I add coconut milk, a handful of blueberries, and cinnamon to a half pound of liver, and blend. It’s surprisingly delicious, and without the bandaid-y flavor of cooked liver.”
– This liver smoothie recipe from His Dudeness is legit, but I mostly want to highlight the lyrical genius of “bandaid-y.”