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- Ketogenic diet: glucose, lipids, and inflammation
- A bigger dinner decreases parasympathetic activity leading to less restorative sleep
- Breakfast: a multidisciplinary approach… eTRF in disguise :-)
- The ‘biome, insomnia, circadian biology, & depression. Yes, they’re all connected.
- Easy prospects for circadian treatment of mood disorders
- Fasting, circadian rhythms, and time-restricted feeding in healthy lifespan
- Frequent sunbed users experience opioid-like effects from tanning sessions
- Swapping carbier processed foods for fattier ones has little effect. Duh.
- Nrf2, what can’t you do
- Study: a keto diet improves pound-for-pound physical performance in weight lifting athletes
- Effects of ketone bodies on endurance exercise
- Anticatabolic effects of ketone bodies in skeletal muscle
- Lion’s Mane
- The neuroscience and drives for food, water, and salt
- This study on intermittent fasting wasn’t bad!
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“Carbohydrate quality and human health: a series of systematic reviews and meta-analyses” (Reynolds et al., 2019) Essential notes: -this article was about carb quality not quantity [Patreon link] -fibre is complicated. You can say soluble & insoluble, but really there … Continue reading
Bifidobacteria undoubtedly like resistant starch (RS). They bind and hold on tight, an effect mediated by cell surface proteins. Big thanks to Tim Steele for passing along many of the studies cited here. One of said studies showed that treatment … Continue reading
Part 1. Guts Nice review article about the great diversity of carbohydrate-modified diets used in the treatment of gastroin-testiness. Short-chain carbohydrates and functional gastrointestinal disorders (Shepherd, Lomer, and Gibson 2013) this handy table: the full version (click to enlarge, print, … Continue reading
bring a gun to a knife fight, part II: why “oligosaccharides” are the odd-man out. The “O” in FODMAPs refers to “oligosaccharides” and includes a very important group of gut-friendly nutrients: prebiotics. While some specific oligosaccharides are problematic, others are highly … Continue reading