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The Roundup

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Here is The Roundup, Edition 37, bringing you the best from around the web from the past two weeks! Blast from the Past The Wall Street Journal recently reported on the longstanding, international debate over salt and sodium guidelines and whether or not our current targets are set too low for optimal health. A new study came out recently in the New England Journal of Medicine supporting the belief that cutting back on sodium too… Read More

The Roundup

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Here is The Roundup, Edition 36, bringing you the best from around the web from the past two weeks! Blast from the Past Researchers recently tested the effects of walking on a treadmill desk while completing mentally demanding tasks. Their results showed that that performance on cognitive tasks are not impaired by walking on an active workstation. They then concluded that implementing active workstations into offices and classrooms could be a way to decrease sitting… Read More

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Here is The Roundup, Edition 35, bringing you the best from around the web from the past two weeks! Blast from the Past The New York Times recently wrote a story about “vamping” teenagers, a new trend where teens stay up all night using social media, surfing the web, and messaging friends. It’s unsurprising that this is such common behavior amongst young people, considering how so many teenagers have smartphones, laptops, and televisions in their… Read More

The Roundup

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Here is The Roundup, Edition 34, bringing you the best from around the web from the past two weeks! Blast from the Past Carbohydrates have been a contentious topic in the Paleo community, with some recommending a complete avoidance of carbohydrates while others (like myself) recommend a more moderate carbohydrate approach for the general population. But as we know, there is no one-size-fits-all diet, so while a low carb approach can work incredibly for one… Read More

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Here is The Roundup, Edition 33, bringing you the best from around the web from the past two weeks! Blast from the Past Those of us who recommend alternative nutrition strategies are often fighting against the larger cultural viewpoint that certain foods are unhealthy at best, and dangerous at worst. Foods like egg yolks, bacon, butter, and red meat are constantly considered to be “artery clogging” foods that doctors and conventional nutritionists warn their patients… Read More

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Here is The Roundup, Edition 32, bringing you the best from around the web from the past two weeks! Blast from the Past Last week, The Economist reviewed the much buzzed about book,  by Nina Teicholz. In this book, Teicholz covers decades of nutrition research and government policy, and pokes holes in the major studies that have often been used to justify the American Heart Association’s policy on dietary fat intake. She points out that… Read More