Mainstream Skepticism of Link Between Saturated Fat and Heart Disease

saturated fat

When a mainstream, agenda-setting newspaper like the Wall Street Journal devotes significant space to examining the tenuous link between saturated fat and heart disease, including reviewing the bad science that led to institutional acceptance of “fat is bad” dogma, then Continue reading Mainstream Skepticism of Link Between Saturated Fat and Heart Disease

Fix Your Dry, Brittle and Dull Hair Using This Little Trick

From beautivation.com

My little sister and I were shooting the breeze over IM, gossiping about relatives, and one of our fave author’s new book Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s “Americanah” (highly recommended btw!).  We lingered over the protagonist’s approach towards her own hair which prompted me Continue reading Fix Your Dry, Brittle and Dull Hair Using This Little Trick

Short and Unpleasant | The 7 Minute Workout

Upper and Lower Body Exercises

Good article from the NY Times re putting into practice (via exercises) research about the efficacy of high intensity interval exercises in terms of metabolic advantage. The money quotes from the article, for couch potatoes and people who hate endurance exercises like Continue reading Short and Unpleasant | The 7 Minute Workout

Eggceptional Eggs – Why Eggs from Free Range Hens Are Good For You

Pasteur raised eggs...reall eggy taste...

As a city girl, it’s been tough finding fresh farm eggs raised from free range chickens. Why be so picky about eggs, you ask? What’s wrong with regular eggs from the supermarket? Nothing. Except that my interests in diet have Continue reading Eggceptional Eggs – Why Eggs from Free Range Hens Are Good For You