Weekly Link Love—Edition 20

This post was originally published on this site Research of the Week Neolithic Brits hosted massive feasts that drew people and pigs from all over the island. Researchers say they’ve found a cholesterol-lowering drug without the muscle-damaging side effects of statins. Among people with kidney disease, higher oxalate excretion in the urine predicts kidney disease … Read moreWeekly Link Love—Edition 20

Keto: Tippy Wyatt: Author of Asian Keto & Low Carb Cookbook

This post was originally published on this siteHost Brad Kearns talks with the interesting and inspiring Tippy Wyatt, hostess of the popular Tippy Tales YouTube channel and co-author (with her sister Som Allison) of a new keto cookbook. This is a wide-ranging conversation on the topic of lifestyle transformation success and failure, the importance of … Read moreKeto: Tippy Wyatt: Author of Asian Keto & Low Carb Cookbook

What’s the Pegan Diet? (And How Does It Compare To Primal?)

This post was originally published on this siteBecause people don’t have enough diets to choose from already, there’s a new one on the scene: the Pegan diet. Actually it’s not that new—Dr. Mark Hyman started writing about it back in 2014, but it’s gained traction since he published his latest book last year, Food: What … Read moreWhat’s the Pegan Diet? (And How Does It Compare To Primal?)

Low-Carb & Keto Chayote “Apple” Crisp

This post was originally published on this siteChayote squash is having its day in the sun as of late, but it’s been used for centuries in Latin American cooking and baking. The chayote squash (also known as mirliton squash) is a mild-tasting, relatively low carb, and versatile fruit with a good dose of vitamin C. … Read moreLow-Carb & Keto Chayote “Apple” Crisp

Weekly Link Love — Edition 18

This post was originally published on this site Research of the Week Poor quality relationships are harder on you than having too few. Intelligence and rational thinking are not the same thing. Move over, forest bathing. The hot new thing for Alzheimer’s is gene bathing for your brain. Temporal comprehension of a story is better … Read moreWeekly Link Love — Edition 18

Dear Mark: Fasting, Training, and Growth Hormone; Wear and Tear on the Arteries

This post was originally published on this siteFor today’s edition of Dear Mark, I’m answering a couple of questions from the comment sections of the last couple weeks. First, it’s been established that fasting and exercise both raise growth hormone. What about fasted exercise—does that have an even stronger effect? And what about continuing to … Read moreDear Mark: Fasting, Training, and Growth Hormone; Wear and Tear on the Arteries

Tahini Fudge

This post was originally published on this siteFudge…the creamy, rich squares of pure decadence we might associate with the holidays (or with trips to grandmother’s house). A little sure went a long way, but still…. With versions that typically call for everything from three cups of sugar to marshmallow fluff to sweetened condensed milk, fudge … Read moreTahini Fudge

Weekly Link Love—Edition 17

This post was originally published on this siteResearch of the Week Self-expanding activities increase sexual desire in long-term couples. Why you’re so naked and sweaty. New isotope analysis reveals that Neanderthals were mostly carnivorous. Alzheimer’s can’t touch musical memories. We have a 7th sense—the link between the brain and the immune system. Why the zebra … Read moreWeekly Link Love—Edition 17

Dear Mark: How Does LDL Even Penetrate the Arteries, New Zealand Farmed Salmon, Elevated Ferritin

This post was originally published on this siteFor today’s edition of Dear Mark, I’m answering three questions. First, can LDL actually infiltrate the arteries, or is there more to the story? Malcolm Kendrick says there’s more to the story, so I dig into some literature to see if they corroborate his position. Second, is New … Read moreDear Mark: How Does LDL Even Penetrate the Arteries, New Zealand Farmed Salmon, Elevated Ferritin

Weekly Link Love—Edition 16

This post was originally published on this site Research of the Week Stimulating the vagus nerve helps PTSD. Exercise has a stronger effect on cognitive function in older men than older women (who already had better function at baseline). Estrogen controls type 2 diabetes. Small teams of scientists disrupt ideas, larger teams develop ideas. AIs … Read moreWeekly Link Love—Edition 16

Is Keto Bad For Cholesterol?

This post was originally published on this siteWe’ve all heard the story. Maybe we’ve even been the protagonist. Person goes full keto. They lose a bunch of weight, normalize their pre-diabetic glucose numbers, resolve their high blood pressure readings, have more energy, feel great, and have nothing but high praise for the new way of … Read moreIs Keto Bad For Cholesterol?

10 Moves To Help Ease Joint Pain

This post was originally published on this siteThanks for giving Jessica Gouthro from Paleohacks such a warm reception last week. I’m glad you found her “13 Ways To Move More At Work” useful. She’s joining us again today to offer tips for those who are looking to ease joint pain. Enjoy! It sounds counterintuitive, but … Read more10 Moves To Help Ease Joint Pain

Weekly Link Love—Edition 14

This post was originally published on this siteResearch of the Week Neanderthals were likely sprinters, not joggers. Low-carb diets, whether they be high-protein and/or high-fat, plant-based or animal-based, are not associated with elevated coronary artery calcium. Fried chicken and fried fish consumption linked to increased cardiovascular and overall mortality. 8-hour feeding windows are totally safe … Read moreWeekly Link Love—Edition 14

How to Make Trader Joe’s Cauliflower Gnocchi

This post was originally published on this site Skip To RecipeThe infamous Trader Joe’s Gnocchi package directions results in soggy gnocchi that nobody wants, so we’re going step-by-step … The post How to Make Trader Joe’s Cauliflower Gnocchi appeared first on Lexi’s Clean Kitchen.