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Fiber Is Good for You. Now Scientists May Know Why.

A diet of fiber-rich foods, such as fruits and vegetables, reduces the risk of developing diabetes, heart disease and arthritis. Indeed, the evidence for fiber’s benefits extends beyond any particular ailment: People who eat more of it simply have lower odds of dying.<p>That’s why experts are always …

Microbiome

Diet Strategy That Counts Time, Not Calories

Stop counting calories. It’s the clock that counts.<p>That’s the concept behind time-restricted feeding, or TRF, a strategy increasingly being studied by researchers as a tool for weight-loss, diabetes prevention and even longevity.<p>In TRF, you can eat whatever you want and as much as you want—just not …

Weight Loss

Good Digestion, Good Health: 12 Ayurvedic Tips for Better Digestion

<b>Eat when your food is warm.</b> Food shouldn’t be too hot or too cold. Warm food ensures we don’t snuff out the <i>agni</i> (digestive fire) and makes for good …

Weight Loss

Minimal carbs, lots of fat, incredible dieting results – but not enough science

To some, the word 'fat' conjures up a heart attack; to others, it may be the key to healthy living. The question is among the most important and controversial in all of medicine: Can a diet that has bacon at its centre, and shuns whole grains, actually be the key to a healthy waistline? Journalist …

Nutrition

The 5 Laws of Metabolism

A Framework for Fat Loss, Smart Nutrition, and More<p>Eat Less, Exercise More? Not So Fast.<p>Simplistic models can be useful for providing general …

The Fat Burning Brain: What Are the Cognitive Effects of Ketosis?

Although mainstream sources still mistake “the brain needs glucose” for “the brain can only run on glucose,” regular MDA readers know the truth: …

Nutrition

8 Signs You're Sleep Deprived That Have Nothing to Do With Being Tired

Are you one of the 50 million to 70 million US adults who aren't getting enough sleep? If you have young kids, we're just going to assume you are — but at this point, you might be so used to functioning with less than the recommended seven to eight hours of sleep that you don't even realize you're …

Clogged arteries may be down to bacteria, not diet

The fat molecules in the plaques that clog up our arteries and raise risk of heart attack and stroke may come from bacteria that live in our mouths …

Medicine

Productive on six hours of sleep? You’re deluding yourself, expert says

Getting through the workday on little sleep is a point of pride for some. But skimping on shuteye could be shortening your life and making you a less than stellar employee, according to Matthew Walker, founder and director of the Center for Human Sleep Science at the University of California, …

Why We Sleep by Matthew Walker review – how more sleep can save your life

A neuroscientist has found a revolutionary way of being cleverer, more attractive, slimmer, happier, healthier and of warding off cancer – a good night’s shut-eye<p>Awake at 4.30am the other morning, having been roused from sleep by my four-year-old son climbing into bed with my wife and me (a more or …

Where I Part Ways with the Popular Keto Movement | Mark's Daily Apple

October 04, 2017<p>By Mark Sisson<p>The explosive growth of interest in the ketogenic diet has been a net good for the state of nutrition. For one, people …

'Sleep should be prescribed': what those late nights out could be costing you

Leading neuroscientist Matthew Walker on why sleep deprivation is increasing our risk of cancer, heart attack and Alzheimer’s – and what you can do about it<p>Matthew Walker has learned to dread the question “What do you do?” At parties, it signals the end of his evening; thereafter, his new …

Sleep

This digital sleep therapy could reduce depression and anxiety symptoms, says new study

It uses CBT and has shown promising results<p>Sleep is intrinsically linked to health – physical <i>and</i> mental. Which is why it may come of little surprise …

Emotions

Bro, you don’t need that protein shake

For the modern fitness enthusiast, protein supplements seem to be a diet essential.<p>But is getting protein from a bottle as good as protein from whole …

An Oxford psychologist says treating insomnia could help with anxiety and depression

Around a third of adults struggle to get enough sleep on any given night. For many of us, it’s a short-lived problem.<p>But clinical insomnia—defined as persistent difficulty falling and staying asleep, with additional negative effects for daytime functioning—affects 5 to 10 percent of adults.<p>We know …

Sleep

Even more evidence that we’re eating all wrong

Forget fat, it’s carbs that might stick it to your ticker.<p>From the glorious gluttony that is the turducken, to the gustatory pleasures (#foodporn) that make up so many Instagram photos, Americans sure do know how to eat. <i>What to eat</i>—that is, what we should be eating to stay healthy—remains somewhat …

Nutrition

Why we fell for clean eating

The oh-so-Instagrammable food movement has been thoroughly debunked – but it shows no signs of going away. The real question is why we were so desperate to believe it. By Bee Wilson<p>In the spring of 2014, Jordan Younger noticed that her hair was falling out in clumps. “Not cool” was her reaction. At …

Nutrition

Excessive Exercise May Harm Athlete's Gut Health

We've all heard the saying, "Too much of a good thing can be bad for you." Yes, that includes exercise.<p>Studies in the past have indicated that …

Exercise

All About Sleep

People will go to great lengths to ensure that they have a smart and well structured exercise program, nutritional plan and supplementation regimen. …

Wellness

Sleep Better: A Proven Way to Train Hard and Feel Your Best

We know sleep is imperative to health. <b>But people seldom realize the extent it affects our recovery and susceptibility to injury.</b> As a physical …

The biggest reason you gain weight as you age has nothing to do with your metabolism

• <b>Most age-related weight gain has nothing to do with your metabolism.</b>• <b><br>Most of us put on pounds later in life because we become less and less active.</b>• <b><br>There are still plenty of ways to counteract age-related weight gain.</b><p>Stop blaming your metabolism.<p>If you're over 30 and have gained weight recently, …

Weight Loss

The secret to a long and healthy life? Eat less

Permanently cutting the daily calories you consume may turn out to have a profound effect on your future life, according to some tantalising scientific studies.<p>In a restaurant setting sometime in the not-too distant future, a man and a woman are on their first date. After the initial nerves …

Longevity

The Weight Loss Trap: Why Your Diet Isn't Working

Like most people, Kevin Hall used to think the reason people get fat is simple.<p>“Why don’t they just eat less and exercise more?” he remembers …

Weight Loss

People think juice is good for them. They're wrong.

Mrs. G. came to our offices for her first visit distraught. Her primary-care doctor had just diagnosed her with diabetes, and she was here for advice. She was shocked by the diagnosis. She had always been overweight and had relatives with diabetes, but she believed she lived a healthy lifestyle. …

Nutrition

RHR: Why We Gain Weight—Beyond Carbs, Fat & Protein with Robb Wolf

<b>Diet is always a hot topic in the Paleo and ancestral health community. There are diehard advocates on every side. Today I talk with Robb Wolf about</b> …

Krispy Kreme

RHR: Why Your Brain Makes You Fat—with Stephan Guyenet

In this episode we cover these topics:• Why it’s the brain that controls obesity<br>• The ancestral perspective on food intake<br>• Is it really about “calories …

Weight Loss

I shut off my phone at 9 p.m. every night for a week—here’s what happened

Just about everyone’s fallen victim to a late-night scrolling spiral—you know, when you decide to peek at Instagram before bed, and suddenly it’s …

Sleep

10 Reasons Why Low Fat is NOT High Nutrition

Shares 23K<p>Low fat is bad news<p>Fortunately, the low fat dogma of the late 20th century and early 21st century is sloooowly being accepted as the awful …