Posts Tagged ‘dietandhealth’

How hacking your metabolism can help you burn fat and prevent disease | New Scientist

October 21, 2022

Longevity diet: How changing what you eat could add decades to your life | New Scientist

September 17, 2022


Limit calorie intake to maintain a body mass index of 22to 23 for men and 21 to 22 for women.

Eat a diet high in whole grains, legumes and nuts. Stop eating meat to restrict Intake of the amino acid methionine, but include some fish.

Aim to get between 45 and 60 per cent of calories from non-refined complex carbohydrates, 10 to 15 per cent from plant-based proteins and 25 to 35 per cent from plant-based fats

Do a limited daily fast, eating no calories from around 3 hours before bedtime and for the next 11 to 12 hours.

Every two to three months, undertake five days of complete fasting or a fasting-mlmicking diet

Low alcohol

Periodic Graphics: The chemistry of acne treatment

September 3, 2022

Chewing burns more calories than you thinkā€”and may have shaped our evolution | Science | AAAS

August 28, 2022 Great article! Wondered about the implications of chewing for weight loss: Perhaps humans so readily “overeat” because they don’t have to spend so much time chewing.

Yogurt as a Bedtime Snack for Insomnia | livestrong

August 21, 2022

Neck Stretches for Pain Relief: How to Stretch Your Neck

August 13, 2022 discusses
turn & tilt
rolling head discusses “childs pose”

finally, can do
ball on back
roller on back, vert & horz
ball on pec.

Is Seltzer Water Just as Healthy as Flat Water? – The New York Times

August 3, 2022

Is Arctic Zero Healthy? Here’s What You Should Know

August 3, 2022

Technology can help deliver cleaner, greener delicious food | The Economist

December 19, 2021

Why there is no such thing as a healthy diet that works for everyone | New Scientist

December 18, 2021

An interesting paper with implications for personalized nutrition, suggested to me by
@DrGarrettAsh1 Gut Microbiome Activity Contributes to Prediction of Individual Variation in Glycemic Response in Adults

Represents an update to “Personalized Nutrition by Prediction of Glycemic Responses” from the
lab (
Personalized Nutrition by Prediction of Glycemic Responses

Also, I felt this easy to read
overview was quite relevant to these works & put them into a larger
context Why there is no such thing as a healthy diet that works for everyone