Review of Sacred Cow: The Case for (Better) Meat

The full title is Sacred Cow: The Case for (Better) Meat: Why Well-Raised Meat Is Good for You and Good for the Planet by Diana Rodgers and Rob Wolf. The book looks into the ethical and religious, environmental, and nutritional aspects of eating meat, as well as not eating ultra-processed junk. They argue, quite compellingly, … Continue reading Review of Sacred Cow: The Case for (Better) Meat

Chef AJ- Control Your Weight By Staying Left of “The Red Line”

Chef AJ is a delightful personality that I first encountered on Rich Roll's podcast. This led me to read her book "The Secrets To Ultimate Weight Loss", which is interesting and inspiring. This has a great, concise, concept of calorie density- the Red Line. The idea that unprocessed plant foods are a good way to … Continue reading Chef AJ- Control Your Weight By Staying Left of “The Red Line”

New Study- Health Dividend For High Intensity

A good role model for active aging: Hidekichi Miyazaki┬áis the World's oldest competitive sprinter, shown here at 105. Mr. Miyazaki is known as the "golden Bolt" because he emulates Usain Bolt's lightning bolt pose. A new study from Norway compared three groups of older adults for five years [1]: the control group was advised to … Continue reading New Study- Health Dividend For High Intensity