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Low-Carb Athletes: World-Record Ultra-Runner Zach Bitter
Hold your hats: World Record: ran 101.66 miles in 12 hours; American record: 100 miles in 11:47:13 . The world record he broke was Greek God (that's not ironic, it's literal) Yiannis Kourus's* record. That's a 7:04 pace (minutes per mile), for more than 10...
Hold your hats: World Record: ran 101.66 miles in 12 hours; American record: 100 miles in 11:47:13. The world record he broke was Greek God (that's not ironic, it's literal) Yiannis Kourus's* record. That's a 7:04 pace (minutes per mile), for more than 100 miles. Wow.
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Primates Prefer Alcohol
And are, apparently, well-adapted to consuming it : "It’s somewhat “shocking” that the animals preferred beverages with the highest alcohol levels, says Matthew Carrigan of Santa Fe College in Gainesville, Fla., who was not involved in the research. Alcohol...
"It's somewhat “shocking” that the animals preferred beverages with the highest alcohol levels, says Matthew Carrigan of Santa Fe College in Gainesville, Fla., who was not involved in the research. Alcohol is loaded with valuable calories, but “it's a challenge to use those calories without ...
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Something went crazy...
Don't know why all those posts from Instapundit suddenly showed up here.  They've been removed, except for the ones I meant to publish from earlier in the week.
Don't know why all those posts from Instapundit suddenly showed up here. They've been removed, except for the ones I meant to publish from earlier in the week. Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest. Labels: Whinging ...
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"Medical Errors Now Third Leading Cause of Death in United States"
" Their analysis , published in the BMJ on Tuesday, shows that "medical errors" in hospitals and other health care facilities are incredibly common and may now be the third leading cause of death in the United States -- claiming 251,000 lives every year, mo...
"Their analysis, published in the BMJ on Tuesday, shows that "medical errors" in hospitals and other health care facilities are incredibly common and may now be the third leading cause of death in the United States -- claiming 251000 lives every year, more than respiratory disease, accidents, ...
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A Cardiologist Tries Ketosis
Interesting . "What is it like in ketoland? Well, for one thing I only need 4 hours of sleep.  Asthma, which has plagued me all my life, is now nonexistent. Wrinkles have melted from my face, like wax from a burning candle. I have boundless energy. The best...
"What is it like in ketoland? Well, for one thing I only need 4 hours of sleep. Asthma, which has plagued me all my life, is now nonexistent. Wrinkles have melted from my face, like wax from a burning candle. I have boundless energy. The best comparison I can come up with is the transformation ...
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"The Case For Nutritional Ketosis"
Interesting video of a presentation by Dr. Stephen Phinney.
Reflections on barefoot-style running, healthy diets, and moving in the right direction. Wednesday, April 20, 2016. "The Case For Nutritional Ketosis". Interesting video of a presentation by Dr. Stephen Phinney. Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest ...
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Barefoot Running and Working Memory
" The aim of the present study was to compare the potential cognitive benefits of running barefoot compared to shod. Young adults ( N  = 72,  M  age = 24.4 years,  SD  = 5.5) ran both barefoot and shod on a running track while stepping on targets (poker chi...
"The aim of the present study was to compare the potential cognitive benefits of running barefoot compared to shod. Young adults (N = 72, M age = 24.4 years, SD = 5.5) ran both barefoot and shod on a running track while stepping on targets (poker chips) and when not stepping on targets.
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"Paying Farmers To Go Organic, Even Before The Crops Come In"
The power of the free market .  Corporations respond to their customers' demands. Reminds me of Yvon Chouinard : TH: Well, let's talk about politics for a second. I've got a quote here from you that I really like. "A million or ten million dollars a year wo...
TH: Well, let's talk about politics for a second. I've got a quote here from you that I really like. "A million or ten million dollars a year won't go far toward solving the world's problems; however, if you want to change government, change the corporations, and government will follow.
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Numena: The Absurdity of Certainty
A new documentary a friend of mine is working on.  Check out the promo below.  It looks very interesting! "An Inspiring, Surreal, Cerebral Documentary "Explore the rise of certainty in the Western worldview with quantum physicist turned reclusive philosophe...
Check out the promo below. It looks very interesting! "An Inspiring, Surreal, Cerebral Documentary. "Explore the rise of certainty in the Western worldview with quantum physicist turned reclusive philosopher, Dr. F. David Peat, as he makes a humorous plea for Gentle Action." ...
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The "Biggest Losers" Seem To Be The Winners
"In fact, most of that season’s 16 contestants have regained much if not all the weight they lost so arduously. Some are even heavier now." From the article: " Scientists tracked “Biggest Loser” contestants over time. The results, publishing today, may expl...
"In fact, most of that season's 16 contestants have regained much if not all the weight they lost so arduously. Some are even heavier now." From the article: "Scientists tracked “Biggest Loser” contestants over time. The results, publishing today, may explain why weight loss is so hard." ...
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Juicing
Fancy Juice Doesn’t Cleanse the Body of Toxins. “To say that drinking juice detoxifies the body isn’t quite the same as claiming leeches suck out poisons, but it’s fairly close.” Via Instapundit . Hey, if you enjoy it, fine.  But be realistic.
Fancy Juice Doesn't Cleanse the Body of Toxins. “To say that drinking juice detoxifies the body isn't quite the same as claiming leeches suck out poisons, but it's fairly close.” Via Instapundit. Hey, if you enjoy it, fine. But be realistic. Email ThisBlogThis!
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Interesting Boston Race Results
Didn't watch the race, so I have no idea how the elites did, but I just came across this article with some notable finishers: Amby Burfoot , 69, 4:17:48, 1968 Boston Marathon winner and Runner’s World writer at large. Scott Jurek , 42, 4:09:27, ultrarunner ...
Didn't watch the race, so I have no idea how the elites did, but I just came across this article with some notable finishers: Amby Burfoot, 69, 4:17:48, 1968 Boston Marathon winner and Runner's World writer at large. Scott Jurek, 42, 4:09:27, ultrarunner who set the Appalachian Trail thru-hike ...
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