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We are supposed to eat food that grows on Planet Earth—you have to harvest and modify them a little bit, but the more they’re modified the harder they are to process.

I’ve not seen any hard science, but I take the opinion that some people will do well with whole grains on occasions. The immune system doesn’t get activated and no problem. Other people will say you don’t need any grains, and that has a lot of science behind it.

I think the bulk of the diet should focus on high quality protein, high quality fats, and a ton of vegetables.

A guy just wrote a book called The Gluten Lie. It’s like, “Really man?”

What he says in his book, we actually don’t disagree very much. He says people shouldn’t go on fad diets. I agree with that.

When someone asks me, “How should I go on a gluten-free diet?” Get the blood test to find out if you have a sensitivity to gluten. There’s a ton of info on the website—I wrote a handout that explains what to take to your doctor to get the right blood test…

How to Order Gluten-Free at a Restaurant | Fat-Burning Man

A Genetic Database Will Identify What’s Really In Our Food from Popular Science

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Clear Labs is compiling a comprehensive database of the DNA found in food.

Screenshot from Clear Labs promotional video

It’s hard to know what’s in your food. While some people find it scary to read the labels on processed foods, it’s scarier to know that these labels can sometimes be inaccurate, if an unrecorded ingredient was added somewhere in the manufacturing process. Startup Clear Labs wants to use genetic analysis change that; yesterday the company announcedthat it is rolling out a database of the genetic signatures of food, called Clear View.“The idea was to bring a …

A Genetic Database Will Identify What’s Really In Our Food

Swiss Insurance Company Will Charge Higher Premiums For Lazy People from Popular Science

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Basis Band On Wrist

Dan Bracaglia

In June, Swiss insurance provider, CSS Insurance announced that it would launch a pilot program to monitor its customers’ digital pedometers. Now that project is nearly halfway completed, the company’s higher-ups report that the results have been overwhelmingly positive—so positive, in fact, that the provider may soon start charging higher premiums for those who don’t meet their daily step quota or choose not to participate in the program, according to the Swiss news organization, The Local.

The pilot program, called MyStep, is the first of its kind by any insurer in Europe. The company monitors the step count of 2,000 people using digital pedometers like Fitbits or Apple Watches…

Swiss Insurance Company Will Charge Higher Premiums For Lazy People

Decaf Coffee: Good or Bad?

Coffee is one of the world’s most popular beverages.

Many people enjoy drinking coffee, but want to limit their caffeine intake for some reason.

For these people, decaf coffee is an excellent alternative.

Decaf coffee is just like regular coffee, except the caffeine has been removed.

This article takes a detailed look at decaf coffee and its health effects, both good and bad.

What is Decaf Coffee and How is it Made?

Decaf is short for decaffeinated coffee.

It is coffee from coffee beans that have had at least 97% of their caffeine removed.

There are many ways to remove caffeine from coffee beans. Most of them include water, organic solvents or carbon dioxide (1)…

http://authoritynutrition.com/decaf-coffee-good-or-bad/

How to Order Gluten-Free at a Restaurant | Fat-Burning Man

Dr. Tom O’Bryan is an internationally recognized speaker and workshop leader specializing in the complications of Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity, Celiac Disease, and Autoimmune Disease. He’s also a personal friend and one heck of a hiking companion.

Let’s get straight to it: How healthy are grains for us, across the board, especially wheat?

I have a catch phrase I usually start with to give you a quick overview:

Gluten is not bad for you. Bad gluten is bad for you. @theDr_com CLICK TO TWEET

It’s the toxic gluten in wheat, rye, and barley that’s bad for all humans. In fact, a study out of Harvard in pediatric neurology looked at four different groups:

  • Celiac (where gluten affects your gut)
  • Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity (wherein gluten affects the brain, liver, kidney—anything other than the gut)
  • People on a gluten-free diet
  • And wheat-eaters

How to Order Gluten-Free at a Restaurant | Fat-Burning Man

Jedi time-management tricks

The Simple Secret to Time Management: Jedi Time Tricks

Imagine you were a Jedi master called Bob (your parents, whilst skilled in the ways of the force weren’t the best at choosing names). The love of your life—Princess Lucia—is trapped in a burning building as you hurry to save her.

You might think of Lucia as the embodiment of your dreams, your aspirations—she is your most important thing.

The Simple Secret to Time Management: Jedi Time Tricks

Unfortunately, before you can reach her an army of stormtroopers open fire. The incoming stream of lasers demand your attention—if you fail to dodge them, you’re dead. You might think of them as an urgent distraction from saving your princess…

http://lifehacker.com/5986518/the-simple-secret-to-time-management-jedi-time-tricks

Research finds that working longer hours doesn’t make you more productive – ScienceAlert

When it comes to working consistent long hours without taking proper time off, like so many of us have accepted as the new normal these days, the research is clear – it’s not only a terrible idea for employees, but it also doesn’t provide any benefit to your boss or your company.

In fact, in a cruel twist of fate, people who regularly put in 80-hour work weeks can often end up less productive than staff members who head home at 5pm every day, the studies suggest…

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