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5 Aug 20
Obesity not defined by weight, says new Canada guideline
25 Sep 20
A healthy diet is more important than your weight when it comes to risk of death, study finds
2 Oct 20
Subway bread is not bread, Irish court rules
Judge finds that sugar content of US chain’s sandwiches exceeds stipulated limit and they should thus be classified as confectionery
If only our US government were as interested in the quality of food and information we get…
14 Oct 20
“If you feel insatiable hunger when you fast, you may have overlooked these 3 steps to intermittent fasting success.
Intermittent fasting diets, like the 5:2 or 16:8 eating plans, have a steadfast reputation for enabling dieters to shed unwanted kilos. But according to a leading physician-scientist and nutrition expert, that’s only half the story.”
26 Nov 20
Could your gut be harming your heart?
2 Dec 20
University of California San Diego researchers and collaborators recently demonstrated in older men that the makeup of a person’s gut microbiome is linked to their levels of active vitamin D, a hormone important for bone health and immunity
Still early days, but researchers found that the level of precursor vitamin D does not translate directly to level of active vitamin D. Certain strains of gut bacteria are required to do/facilitate the conversion. Precursor vitamin D is the form normally checked &/or available as a supplement
24 Mar 21
“New Australian research has found that eating just a handful of leafy greens each day could supercharge your muscles.
Adding as little as one cup of leafy green vegetables to your diet each day could be enough to boost muscle function, according to a study by researchers from Edith Cowan University (ECU) published in the Journal of Nutrition on Thursday.
Leafy green vegetables are rich in nitrates, and researchers found that people who ate a diet rich in the naturally occuring compounds had significantly better muscle function of their lower limbs than those who didn’t.”
3 Apr 21
Lot’s of different subject areas in this thread – This is about Autophagy and Stem Cells
It’s 3 years old, but still informative and relevant to those who fast for health and longevity
17 Apr 21
“Scientists uncover secret of the hunger switch in the brain
A 3D structure reveals how a unique molecular switch in our brain causes us to feel full – and may help develop improved anti-obesity drugs.”
20 May 21
5:2 diet helps reduce skin symptoms in Psoriasis patients
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