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The Satiety Index
Saturday, December 28, 2013      2 comments

--> The Satiety Index What is the Satiety Index and what does it aim to do? The satiety index, not to be confused with the glycemic index and the Lipemic index, is aimed at finding foods that best satisfy your hunger in order to obtain your... Read more
The Carbohydrate Monster Under Your Bed
Thursday, December 26, 2013      0 comments

"Fear doesn't exist anywhere except in the mind." - Dale Carnegie Fear is defined as a distressing emotion that is brought on by an impending danger, evil or pain whether or not the threat is real or imaginary. The imaginary fear being the... Read more
Thyroid Hormones and Heart Disease
Tuesday, August 27, 2013      0 comments

A couple of my blog posts got mentioned in this Comprehensive essay. Enjoy... 180degreehealth.com/2013
/08/thyroid-hormones-heart
-disease ... Read more
The Future of Diabetes Treatments
Thursday, April 25, 2013      0 comments

Found this video today on TED and now I have hundreds of papers to read through concerning the bioengineering of bioartificial endocrine glands like the pancreas. www.ted.com/talks/anthon
y_atala_printing_a_human_k
idney.html ... Read more
Children and The Diet Mentality
Sunday, March 17, 2013      1 comments

Warning these are some sad statistics: "When traditional values of self-acceptance come up against modern demands of contemporary beauty-roles and the constant bombardment of ideal female beauty roles of “youth, face, thinness” = beauty – ... Read more
Over Hydration and Cellular Fluidity
Wednesday, January 02, 2013      8 comments

One of the main regulatory actions in our boides is to maintain cellular balance between water and substance like salt, potassium, calcium etc. Too much of one or of the other brings about an imbalance...seems easy enough right? Well for so... Read more
Denialism and Nutrition
Thursday, November 29, 2012      2 comments

New Post up on the blog: theskinnywhitebuddha.blo
gspot.com/2012/11/denialis
m-versus-skepticism-in.html ... Read more
Why Do We Eat? A Neurobiological Perspective
Thursday, October 25, 2012      4 comments

An awesome article from a great researcher http://wholehealthsource.blo
gspot.com/2012/10/why-do-w
e-eat-neurobiological_13.html "The satiety system is designed to make sure the body gets enough energy from an individual meal, w... Read more
Articles read today...
Thursday, October 18, 2012      0 comments

Insulin stimulates human skeletal muscle protein synthesis via an indirect mechanism involving endothelial-dependent vasodilation and mammalian target of rapamycin complex 1 signaling. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/
pubmed/20484484 Me... Read more
10 Good Reasons Not To Exercise?
Saturday, October 13, 2012      0 comments

Nice perspective and citations in this article. http://drlutz.blogspot.com/2
012/06/10-good-reasons-not
-to-exercise.html... Read more
Critical Analysis on Fructose
Sunday, September 23, 2012      3 comments

I'm finally done...for the most part. It took me 2 months but I have compiled quite a lengthy post on just the subject of fructose consumption and metabolism. I suggest reading it more then once and looking at all the citations listed ... Read more
8 Reasons People Do Dumb Things
Wednesday, September 19, 2012      1 comments

#4 -- Monkey See Monkey Do "It's no accident that health, fitness, and nutrition companies use celebrity endorsements to help market their products. Our brains are more irrational than they are rational, and even the most cynical among us a... Read more
Roundtable Interview with Layne Norton PhD, Eric Helms and Alan Aragon
Monday, September 10, 2012      0 comments

Great interviews from some of the best... http://nutridylan.com/2012/0
8/29/roundtable-interview-
with-layne-norton-phd-eric
-helms-and-alan-aragon/... Read more
The Terrible Tragedy of the Healthy Eater
Thursday, September 06, 2012      2 comments

This article is very clever and well written. Enjoy: http://www.nwedible.com/2012
/08/tragedy-healthy-eater.
html... Read more
Alan Aragon Research Review Highlights
Saturday, September 01, 2012      2 comments

- Fat loading over carbohydrate loading before workout did not improve performance and actually caused gastro intestinal discomfort during workouts for cyclists. In the latest trial to use this type of combination protocol, Havemann’s team ... Read more

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