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How Yo-Yo Diets Damage Metabolism and What to Do About It

It’s common knowledge among yo-yo dieters that when you lose…

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Why do we Yawn?

We all do it, that involuntary universal gesture of fatigue in which your mouth slowly opens and you give a…

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Moving Towards Personalized Nutrition

This 2015 study, published in the prestigious journal Cell, set out to investigate whether different people have different metabolic responses…

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10 Science Fun Facts about Cheese

  1.Feel the burn. The same lactic acid that builds up in your muscles when you work out is present…

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Cheese and Diabetes: You Save My Life I Save Yours (in <300 words)

  New research is beginning to show that low-carbohydrate ketogenic…

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Breakfast for the Brain: Gold & Pink Omelet

  I’m about to drop a series of food science…

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Garlic – The Symbol of Medicine?

This healing power of garlic winds through the history of medicine much like the snakes around the rod of Asclepius,…

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Number of Thoughts per Lifetime Hypothesis

Because a low resting heart rate is generally associated with good health, some have proposed the “number of beats per…

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Olive Oil, Weight Control, & Mental Health?!?

Most of us know that olive oil is as healthy…

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Why do we kiss?

“Did you kiss her?” “Is he a good kisser?” “You may now kiss the bride.”   Am I the only…

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Overtraining Syndrome and Gut Issues

  Let me be clear, I’m not writing this as an authority in the field of exercised-induced tummy troubles. I’m…

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