Thurs 3/23 Update 5:25 pm I’m learning a lot about myself this week from tracking my meals. Since The Boss is away my meals and eating habits are totally my own. I don’t have to think about, shop for, plan or cook with someone else’s preferences in mind. I like not having regularly scheduled meals. […]
Sarah Whiteside ’24 An iPod. Then an iPhone. Then an iPad. Then a laptop. It never ends. We eagerly await the newest technology release as if we are not satisfied with a fully capable and working phone. We strive for more. We equate technology with power, and power with success. We rarely stop to ponder […] […]
Weds 3/22 The Anti-Bunko meeting last night was a rousing success. Seven showed up and five of us ordered zero sides. Two ordered tots with their burgers. I guess it takes some people a longer time to learn why their jeans no longer fit. I’m not sure if it was last night’s burger or busyness […]
Retrain yourself to recognize feelings of hunger and respect them. Eat when you feel them and stop when they stop. Don’t eat when you’re not hungry. This approach starts with eating breakfast, planning snacks, or eating only part of your lunch and saving the rest for a snack later on in the afternoon. Eat regular […]
Are healthy habits worth cultivating? One recent study and a previous similar study suggest healthy habits may help people tack on years of life and sidestep serious illnesses, such as diabetes and cancer. Researchers from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health found that five low-risk lifestyle habits are critical for a longer life expectancy. The more of […] […]
3 thoughts on “Gut Check! Two Mediterranean Diet Studies”
Very interesting, contrasting food quality versus quantity.
I have moved to pretty much a Mediterranean diet. Though I do eat a lot of dairy products. I’m wondering if they would be causing harm. Mostly in the form of milk, cheese, yogurt, cottage cheese, and kefir.
Thank you. This looks interesting. During my period of isolation I’ll have time to take a close look.