This article is a bit shocking.
BULLETPROOF VS. PALEO VS. KETOGENIC DIETS These charts from Dave Asprey’s blog at Bulletproof.com show the differences between three high profile low-carb diets. After looking at each diagram, I realize there are foods that I’ve included into my own repertoire that are not strictly “keto”. For instance, I flavour most dishes with either yellow onions […]
A scientific survey, published in Nature, used blood from donors over 60 and donors under 30 to see how cancer reacted with the two different types of blood. Cancerous cells were put into the blood samples. The study found that the cancer reacted differently; in older blood: “cells became much more aggressive, much more metastatic […]
Today I’m reading a biography of Maeve Binchy, who worked at the Irish Times from 1968 until 2000. She learned how to read lips and once watched as two women queuing at her book signing commented meanly on her size and eating habits. The Irish Times recently published an article detailing scientific studies that link […]
I am lazy and like to grab a snack that’s easy. This, I’ve decided, is my downfall. So this week I’ve turned over a new leaf. From now on I have to eat a boiled egg before I can eat any other snack. Of course I fell by the wayside today. We’re in the middle […]
A Very Short History of the Avocado and a recipe Avocados are an ancient fruit, native to Mexico. Botanically, the fruit is a berry. Archeologists have discovered ten-thousand-year-old avocado seeds in caves in Mexico and believe they were cultivated from 3,000 BC. Sir John Sloane was writing about the plants of Jamaica in 1696 and […]
I love my Oura Ring. Recently I saw where the NBA is partnering with Oura to help bring players, coaches and staff safely back to basketball. Here is a Sports Illustrated article about the partnership!