Archives for May 2016
B vitamins do not cause obesity. They simply enable someone to eat shitty foods that they would normally lose their appetites for.
The even is now in its 5th year. So, since Thursday afternoon I've been taking it in and enjoying it more than I thought I might.
It's believed that a sedentary lifestyle promotes obesity. But in the 19th century, a sedentary lifestyle tended to diminish appetite. Why?
Diversity: Huffington Post Leftist Feminist Choir-Cloister
Camille Paglia: "This generation of young people have been trained throughout middle school, high school, and college to be subservient to authority."
Waffling On Whole Grains
So, let's design a real Manhattan Project Nutritional Science Initiative, shall we? First, let's learn our lessons: Grant Whores Need Not Apply
MIT biologists have now found, to their surprise, that the largest source for new cell material is amino acids.
This is the sort of meaningless drivel, non-academinc, time-wasting, life-diminishing indoctrination parents are sending their kids off to learn.
"The mountain roared, and gave birth to a mouse."
What hubris! This ought be a good object lesson for all.
It makes me wonder about a possible "Big Fat Truth" in my own life. I was a sunflower seed junky; a junkie's junkie. For years.
My Own Ray Peat Hack of Orange Juice and Milk - 2 Days
Dr. Hall's conclusion: no metabolic advantage to a ketogenic diet. Carb-Insulin theory of obesity falsified.
Introduction to Resistant Starch. Plugging around leads to me conclude that Hyman's dietary recommendation are pretty damn sensible.
It's a slightly different living situation than what we've been doing for quite some time, now.