[Research] NIH researchers find potential target for reducing obesity-related inflammation

Study sheds light on preventing or reversing certain obesity-associated diseases Scientists at the National Institutes of Health have identified a potential molecular target for reducing obesity-related inflammation. Researchers have known that overeating (that is, excess calorie consumption) by individuals with obesity often triggers inflammation, which has been linked to such diseases as asthma and Type … Continue reading [Research] NIH researchers find potential target for reducing obesity-related inflammation

[Sharing] Harder to Kill Radio Ep40

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YA_rih8SuD4   *In this episode, my special guest Dr. Lara Briden is getting real about women's hormones and hormonal vitality. If you're dealing with hormonal dysfunction, particularly related to sex hormones, tune in to this episode! Find the show notes for this episode with links to everything we mentioned at http://stupideasypaleo.com/40. *text taken from Steph's … Continue reading [Sharing] Harder to Kill Radio Ep40

[Comment] Orthorexia Nervosa – the side effect of “clean” eating

I don't like this picture. It suggests a black and white answer to something that was never a question or a problem. Sometimes you want an apple. Sometimes you want chocolate. Unless your intention is to binge on an entire block of chocolate (which I have done on far more occasions than I want to … Continue reading [Comment] Orthorexia Nervosa – the side effect of “clean” eating

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Facebook is testing AI technology to help prevent suicide. New Scientist Why we are so bad at spotting if our kids are overweight. New Scientist The rise of the anti-self-help movement. The Guardian. (It's not what you expect) Why time management is ruining our lives. The Guardian. (Again, it's not what you think). The shocking … Continue reading [News]