From Evolution Having Trained Our Brains to Gorge on Food and Sex, to Balancing Your Dopamine to Lose Weight and Beat Addiction, here is today’s harvest from the greenest and healthiest of the web:
Has Evolution Trained Our Brains to Gorge on Food and Sex?
The Coolidge Effect is biology's gallant resolve to leave no novel mate unfertilized whatever the cost. It's typical in mammals, has also been seen in females, and can be traced all the way back to our distant relatives: rodents. Although we humans are pair bonders, our bonding program still competes with this older have-opportunity-will-get-it-on impulse.
Nutritionists spill their favorite snacks
Ever wonder what nutritionists, who've spent years studying food science and know their hemp hearts from their hummus, actually reach for when they need a snack? So we reached out to experts from across the nutrition spectrum, from Paleo to vegan, and asked them to spill: What's the one tried-and-true snack you turn to?
Garlic Proven 100 Times More Effective Than Antibiotics, Working In A Fraction of The Time
A significant finding from Washington State University shows that garlic is 100 times more effective than two popular antibiotics at fighting disease causing bacteria commonly responsible for foodborne illness.
Half tortilla, half potato chip ‘batting 1,000 at retail’, RW Garcia CEO says
In a world that has seen such unlikely yet brilliant combinations as taco shells made of Doritos and tornados made up of man-eating sharks, why not a chip that’s half tortilla, half potato?
Balance your dopamine to lose weight and beat addiction
Addicted to food, work, sex, stress? Calm your nerves and beat cravings by naturally regulating your dopamine levels.
Healthy Recipe Bonus: Chocolate Cheesecake
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