The TedX talk.
The TedX talk.
You think you know something until you start asking questions to seek the truth. Quite a few followers liked my post of Dr. Lustig’s TedX speech. Here are some videos of Dr. Lustig’s presentation at Yale in 2012 for those who want to dig a little deeper on the topic of sugar.
Addiction in healthcare K: “I was assaulted by an intoxicated female. She punched me and ruptured two discs in my back. I lost my whole self. I could no longer take the CPR course required. I lost my income which was supporting myself and my 3 children. I needed the narcotics not only to dull…
Because I can’t play guitar like this.
Or like this.
Many thanks to Dr. P for reminding me to check and see what Dr. Attia has been up to lately.
Lately while exercising I’ve been binge-listening to podcasts from Peter Attia, a cancer surgeon turned “longevity” doctor.
I appreciate how he never opts for oversimplification of a topic as this disclaimer at the begining of his post on ketosis indicates:
If you want to actually understand this topic, you must invest the time and mental energy to do so. You really have to get into the details. Obviously, I love the details and probably read 5 or 6 scientific papers every week on this topic (and others). I don’t expect the casual reader to want to do this, and I view it as my role to synthesize this information and present it to you. But this is not a bumper-sticker issue. I…
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Even healthy seniors need more protein than when they were younger to help preserve muscle mass, experts suggest. Yet up to one-third of older adults don’t eat an adequate amount due to reduced appetite, dental issues, impaired taste, swallowing problems and limited financial resources. Combined with a tendency to become more sedentary, this puts them at risk of deteriorating muscles, compromised mobility, slower recovery from bouts of illness and the loss of independence.
Here’s the link to the full article.
The KHN article has a number of useful links. Go check it out.