This Edition’s Table of Contents
1) Want to learn more? Consume more cinnamon.
2) Authority Nutrition dispels 14 diet myths. Good read.
3) Sleep to eat less. “We found that sleep loss increased the dietary intake of preschoolers on both the day of and the day after restricted sleep,”
4) Eat slower. Eating fast is associated with increase in weight.
5) A new way to look at stress eating. “A common probiotic sold in supplements and yogurt can decrease stress-related behavior and anxiety”
6) Feeling hungry is subjective. “From a review of more than 460 studies, researchers from the University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom found little evidence of a link between how hungry we feel and the amount of calories we consume.”
7) “Three low-carb meals within 24 hours lowers post-meal insulin resistance by more than 30 percent, but high-carb meals sustain insulin resistance”
8) “Low-calorie sweetener use is independently associated with heavier relative weight, a larger waist, and a higher prevalence and incidence of abdominal obesity suggesting that low-calorie sweetener use may not be an effective means of weight control.”
9) The gut bacteria microbiome is pretty important for overall health. Here’s an article that describes it’s effect on sleep and mood.
10) Here’s a great, concise article on the health problems associated with sugary drinks.
11) Is it your food that’s causing chronic systemic inflammation? “The present hypothesis suggests that in parallel with the bacterial effects of sugars on dental and periodontal health, acellular flours, sugars, and processed foods produce an inflammatory microbiota via the upper gastrointestinal tract, with fat able to effect a “double hit” by increasing systemic absorption of lipopolysaccharide.” #microbiome
12) Poop health. Because digestive health is an indicator of overall health. And because it’s funny to say.
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