How Healthy Are You For Your Age?
“Think of telomere length as though it was a thermometer. It measures the health of your genetic material,” Dr. Atzmon explains. “It tells you how fit you are in relation to the age you are.”
Obesity finding turns diet advice on its head
Research from the University of B.C. and the Salk Institute in California throws doubt on the value of calorie counting and suggests that popular dietary advice to eat frequently through the day may promote obesity.
Fructose has different effect than glucose on brain regions that regulate appetite
In a study examining possible factors between fructose consumption and weight gain, brain magnetic resonance imaging of study participants indicated ingestion of glucose but not fructose produced increased ratings of satiety and fullness.
The Lethality of Loneliness
We now know how it can ravage our body and brain. Loneliness sends misleading hormonal signals, rejiggers the molecules on genes that govern behavior, and wrenches a slew of other systems out of whack.
Healthy Recipe Bonus: Brownies
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