Two years of 15% calorie restriction slowed metabolism and reduced oxidative stress in older adults.
Food allergy linked to nature and nurture.
Creating art—even if you aren’t great at it—lowers stress.
Chronic nicotinamide riboside supplementation increases NAD+ (an important anti-aging marker) while being well-tolerated.
Mindfulness meditation lowers blood pressure via gene expression (if you do it).
A five-day break from Facebook reduces stress but also life satisfaction. I think they’re just doing the whole “life satisfaction” thing wrong.
How some early life factors associate with resting heart rate later in life.
Episode 233: Arriane Alexander: Host Elle Russ chats with Arriane Alexander about the potential benefits of putting yourself out there in video form on social media.
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One guy’s experience with extreme endurance training on ultra-low-carb.
When a 100 year-old running champion offers training advice, you listen.
How some companies are making their office environments more paleo friendly.
How brain scarring (from concussive blasts) may be causing PTSD in vets.
Let’s just hope these orangutans don’t discover opium poppies.
Don’t develop subclinical magnesium deficiency, folks.
Podcast I found interesting: “This is Your Brain on Sex” via the On Being Podcast.
I knew I loved blueberries for a reason: Polyphenols target sirtuin 6, an important anti-aging pathway, with the anthocyanidins found in blueberries and purple potatoes being the most potent.
An older article I enjoyed: “From Diabetes to Athlete’s Foot, Our Bodies are Maladapted to Modern Life”
Story I found interesting: How the Indians came to be.
I’m not surprised: There may be a link between antibiotic and acid-suppressive usage during infancy and later allergies.
One year ago (Apr 1– Apr 7)
“If I tell people that I toss my kids holiday candy, it’s seen as some kind of affront to the American tradition. I get the “All things in moderation” lecture. Then I feel guilty for not participating and then run out to find more natural substitutes for all the junk that gets thrown at them, which leads to paleo pancakes, muffins, dark chocolate Easter bunnies and other slippery slope foods that are filled with starches and a month worth of nuts.”
– Jennifer L., I remember those days well. Both the kids, I’m happy to say, turned out just fine, despite going without all those chocolate folkloric icons.