Research of the Week
Omega-3s improve reading scores.
Treating early prostate cancer produces side effects, but no survival benefit compared to “active monitoring.”
Couples with dissimilar immune genetics have better relationships.
Bulking works better if you lean out first.
The science of sticking points in the squat, deadlift, and bench press.
High-fat cheese consumption has no effect on metabolic risk markers.
Bacterial fermentation of walnuts produces conjugated linoleic acid, the good trans-fat.
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Interesting Blog Posts
A few questions on statins from a (cautious) proponent.
Authorities are scrutinizing parents of vegan children and in some cases bringing charges against them. Is it just?
Before installing a tube in your stomach that expels half your food, maybe try going low-carb.
Cities are increasingly installing LED street lights to save on energy costs, but at what cost to sleep quality?
The sugar industry paid scientists $6500 in the 1960s to absolve sugar, shift the blame for heart disease to saturated fat, and begin the nation’s long descent into obesity and diabetes.
Some schools are giving kids a ton of recess. Good for them.
Big Agra, meet Big Pharma.
The future of antibiotics may lie in the past.
“Hey Johnny, what are you rebellin’ against?” Childhood obesity.
Can your smartphone detect anemia?
Move over, kale. Come on, kombu.
- Nightshade-free taco beef spaghetti squash boats are for eating, not sailing the seas.
- I’m pretty sure “zingy” isn’t a real word, but zingy beet and carrot salad looks great all the same.
One year ago (Sep 18 – Sep 24)
- 10 Things You Shouldn’t Do if You’re Trying to Build Muscle – Avoid them.
- What You Need to Know About Foodborne Illness—Part 2: Kitchen Strategies – Don’t kill yourself.
Comment of the Week
“Short answer to the title’s question: nope! ?”
– Way to simplify, Alex.
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