Remember Keep a Journal/Food Diary? It works.
The study, published online Wednesday in the journal Cell Metabolism, found eating a snack high in fat and sugar every day alters the reward circuits in human brains to create lasting preferences. Fatty and sugary foods train your brain to hate healthier options: Yale study — New York Post, March 22, 2023 HT to Sally […]
Here’s another post in my nearly world famous Electronic Sticky Note series. Posting the link here as summer is starting soon and I need better salads than the prepacked kits I tend to buy and eat. Click for the recipe https://thefirstmess.com/2023/05/24/hummus-crunch-salad/
On average, 86 percent of people surveyed for Statista’s Consumer Insights in 21 countries said that their diet contained meat – highlighting that despite the trend around meat substitutes and plant-based products, eating meat remains the norm almost everywhere in the world. To satisfy the world’s hunger for meat, 340 million tons of it were […]
The first written records of pancakes come from the ancient Greeks and Romans. Around 500 B.C.E., Athenian poet Cratinus described “a [flat cake] hot and shedding morning dew.” Some 600 years later, in the late second century C.E., Greek physician Galen included a recipe in his On the Properties of Foodstuffs that’s similar to how […]
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Well there must be a way to attack this dysregulated inflammation.
I had to take my 19-year-old kitty to the vet yesterday, and we had an interesting talk about coronaviruses. They are extremely common in the animal world. And there is one feline virus in particular that acts in a similar fashion with the extreme inflammation. But rather than attacking the lungs, it attacks the peritoneum. The disease is called FIP, feline infectious peritonitis. He mentioned that there was a vaccine made but did not stay on the market since it was not very effective. The risk was higher than the benefit.