Biomarkers of Satiation and Satiety

This review’s objective is to give a critical summary of studies that focused on physiologic measures relating to subjectively rated appetite, actual food intake, or both. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition: Biomarkers of Satiation and Satiety Biomarkers of satiation and satiety may be used as a tool for assessing the satiating efficiency of foods […]

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Coke and Pepsi and Public Health

The beverage giants Coca-Cola and PepsiCo have given millions of dollars to nearly 100 prominent health groups in recent years, while simultaneously spending millions to defeat public health legislation that would reduce Americans’ soda intake, according to public health researchers. New York Times: Coke and Pepsi Give Millions to Public Health, Then Lobby Against It […]

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Fasting-Mimicking Diet & Fasting for Longevity, Cancer & Multiple Sclerosis

Dr. Rhonda Patrick speaks with Dr. Valter Longo, a professor of gerontology and biological sciences and director of the longevity institute at the University of Southern California. Dr. Longo has made huge contributions to the field of aging, including the role of fasting and diet in longevity and healthspan in humans as well as metabolic […]

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Obesity and Tumor Growth

This article reviews the impact the obese state has on malignancy through inflammation and immune dysregulation using recent excerpts from the medical literature. Publimed: Obesity and tumor growth: inflammation, immunity, and the role of a ketogenic diet. correlates with a deficiency in numerous immunologic cells, including dendritic cells, natural killer cells, and T cells. In […]

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‘Body Clock’ Dysregulation Underlies Obesity

A team of Texas A&M University System scientists have investigated how “body clock dysregulation” might affect obesity-related metabolic disorders. Medical Press: Study shows how ‘body clock’ dysregulation underlies obesity, more Earnest said results showed that during obesity, that is when mice were fed a high-fat diet, the rhythmicity of circadian clocks in immune cells of […]

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Don’t Scapegoat Big Sugar

The recent revelation that Harvard scientists were paid off to downplay sugar’s harms in the 1960s shows how the food industry shockingly manipulated nutrition science for decades. Yet the news media has given the sugar industry too much credit. The real story about how sugar got a pass — while dietary fat and cholesterol were […]

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