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Tucker Goodrich
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Review: Jane Brody of the "New York Times" on the Paleo Diet
Ms. Brody (I presume it's Ms., since she does work at the Times ) is the Times ' august "personal health columnist, a position she has held since 1976," and as such, one would think she'd be well-suited to examine the details of a diet. So let us see what s...
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What's Worse—Carbs or Seed Oils? Understanding a High-PUFA Diet.
I had this study: @BenBikmanPhD @JimJohnsonSci This study is my entire argument: hyperglycemia + n-6 https://t.co/eamYUsAcEE   #lcl6 — Tuck (@TuckerGoodrich) March 16, 2017 As my pinned tweet on Twitter  for quite a while. (N-6 is short for omega-6 fats). T...
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Thoughts on "Cardiolipin Synthesis in Brown and Beige Fat Mitochondria Is Essential for Systemic Energy Homeostasis"
Interesting confirmation of a core mitochondrial functional role for cardiolipin, and some interesting observations about cold-adaptation. Get used to shivering!  "However, the ability of adipose tissue to expend energy is a dynamic process that continues t...
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LDL Cholesterol: You Aren't Always What You Eat, or Roundabout Ways to Improve Your Diet
Sometimes you read these papers and shake your head. " Lowering Dietary Saturated Fat and Total Fat Reduces the Oxidative Susceptibility of LDL in Healthy Men and Women " The troll who pointed me to this was trying to argue that this invalidated the claim t...
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Breakfast with Low-Carb Dr. Tro Kalayjian
I'm the one with the bunny ears. I had breakfast with Dr. Tro this morning in poverty-stricken Greenwich, Connecticut this morning, where I believe he treats gunshot wounds or stabbing victims, or something. Or maybe broken fingernails from Ferraris. Not to...
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How Much Carbohydrates Should Humans Eat?
"Abstract: In the past, attempts have been made to estimate the carbohydrate contents of preagricultural human diets. Those estimations have primarily been based on interpretations of ethnographic data of modern hunter-gatherers. In this study, it was hypot...
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"Hello, Can We Have Your Liver?": Understanding a High-PUFA Diet.
tl;dr: A diet high in omega-6 and omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids has some positive effects on the body: lower weight gain, better preservation of lean mass, improved blood lipids, and increased brown adipose tissue; but also results in increased oxidat...
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DNA Heritage Test Results Depend on The Company Used
" How DNA Testing Botched My Family's Heritage, and  Probably Yours, Too " Seems like it's more about entertainment that knowledge at this point... "Four tests, four very different answers about where my DNA comes from—including some results that contradict...
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"How to Survive the Most Frigid Winter Runs"
Great article . 17 F, almost time for long pants. Dressing to be comfortable when you've warmed up is the key. This is the art, and can be tricky at times! I had a run recently where I managed to be cold for the first 30 minutes of a 2-hour run, but after t...
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The Rice Experiment
My daughter recently moved to Japan for school and discovered the Freshman 15. For folks who are not familiar with that phrase, it's used to describe what happens to people when they first go away to college and start eating in the cafeteria all the time. "...
The Rice Experiment
The Rice Experiment
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