I have thoroughly enjoyed listening to and reading information from Ben Bikman, PhD, a scientist and professor at Brigham Young University with a primary focus on better understanding chronic modern-day diseases, with special emphasis on the origins and consequences of obesity and diabetes. His research covers a lot of information on brown and white fat, as well as my favorite hormone insulin. Continue reading
Practical advice on if and when to measure ketones found at the Tuit Nutrion blog: Ketogenesis, Measuring Ketones, and Burning Fat vs Being in Ketosis. Enjoy!
I invest a fair amount of time in reading books related to health and mindset. Impactful points in a book are rewarded with a mere underline and not much more. I sporadically make notes in the book or on paper but this in an area ripe for improvement. But taking notes and stuff is like being in school, isn’t it? Yep. It is. And as I attend “classes” related to my re-education, I have realized that learning to take away more from what I am reading is a great goal. Continue reading