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The Roundup

The Roundup

Roundup

Here is The Roundup, Edition 49, bringing you the best health research and paleo recipes from around the web over the past two weeks.

The Roundup

Roundup

Here is The Roundup, Edition 48, bringing you the best health research and paleo recipes from around the web over the past two weeks.

The Roundup

Roundup

Blast from the Past Recent evidence suggests dietary advice to limit red meat is unnecessarily restrictive and may have unintended health consequences. As people have been avoiding red meat, food trends suggest that they have been replacing unprocessed red meat with unhealthy fats and refined carbohydrates, potentially contributing to the rapid rise in the prevalence of obesity since the 1970s as well as other risk factors for heart disease and/or metabolic syndrome. Avoiding red meat… Read More

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Blast from the Past Probiotics have been a hot research topic over the past few years, and it seems like every week a new study is published that demonstrates the powerful effects of probiotics that extend far beyond simple improvements in digestion. For example, a study of certain probiotic strains has shown promise for treating the symptoms of celiac disease, and a second study explores the evidence that gut microbes may play a role in… Read More

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Blast from the Past Bone broth seems to be getting more and more press these days. ABC recently produced a video segment called “Is Bone Broth The New Superfood?” and the Washington Post published an article called “Bone broth: Winter’s new miracle drink”. The NYC broth vendor Brodo is getting a lot of attention as the city’s first take-out window devoted to sippable broths. Even Business Insider can’t understand why someone would spend $4 on… Read More

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Blast from the Past Eran Elinav of the Weisman Institute of Science, has found that gut bacteria changes when sleep patterns are disrupted, with bacteria that causes obesity tending to predominate. This could explain further why jet lag and lack of sleep due to shift work are linked to health problems, including gastrointestinal symptoms, metabolic issues, and fatigue. Many of us understand that our diet affects our gut flora, but our sleep? Not something we… Read More