Tag: coffee

6 Things You Should Never Do After Eating A Big Meal

six things you should never do after eating a big meal after a heavy-duty meal all people want to do is lay down for a nap but a nap and a few other things may not be such a good idea after eating a large meal experts say that there are certain things people should…


8 Performance Enhancing Supplements, Foods & Nutrients For Cyclists

– Most nutritionists recommend a balanced diet for the general population, but intense exercise is likely to increase the demand for certain nutrients. Here, we explain some of the best nutrients, and supplements, that you might wish to consider to help boost your performance. Totally legally, I would like to add. [Music Playing] – Number…


Podcast #106 – The Powers of Vitamin K2 w/ Dr. Kate Rhéaume-Bleue – Bulletproof Radio

Dave: Hey, everyone. It’s Dave Asprey with the Bulletproof Executive, funny enough, also with Bulletproof Executive Radio, the number-one ranked podcast on iTunes in the health category. Today’s Cool Fact of the Day is natto, which is a traditional Japanese food made from fermented soybeans with a bacterial starter. It has a really musty flavor,…


Do the Health Benefits of Coffee Apply to Everyone?

“Do the Health Benefits of Coffee Apply to Everyone?” Three-quarters of American adults drink coffee, about half of which on a daily basis. That comes out to a million tons of coffee every year. Might there be “grounds” for concern? Population studies have found that coffee drinkers tend to have lower risk of Parkinson’s, less…


5 Supplements For Triathletes | An Introduction To Nutritional Supplements In Triathlon

– What is a supplement? In simple terms, it’s something that you take along side your normal food that will help your overall well being and also to make sure that your body meets its nutritional demands. So in this video, we’re going to be going into a little more detail as to exactly what…


Caution: Anti-inflammatory Foods in the Third Trimester

the right side of the heart shown here in blue pumps deoxygenated blood from the body to the lungs where can fill up with oxygen and then the left side of the heart shown here in red pumps oxygen-rich blood from the lungs to the rest of the body so blood travels from the body…


Eggs and Cholesterol: Patently False and Misleading Claims

“Eggs & Cholesterol: Patently False & Misleading Claims” For decades, “on the basis of concerns from the American Heart Association and consumer groups, the Federal Trade Commission carried out successful legal action— upheld by the Supreme Court— to compel the egg industry to cease and desist from false and misleading advertising that eggs had no…


Prolonged Liver Function Enhancement From Broccoli

“Prolonged Liver Function Enhancement from Broccoli” This study on cooked meat and the risk of breast cancer in Long Island women added to “the accumulating evidence that consumption of meats cooked by methods that promote carcinogen formation may increase [the] risk of postmenopausal breast cancer.” But, it also offered a clue as to how we…


Treating Parkinson’s Disease With Diet

caffeine consumption both in Asian and Western populations appears to protect against the development of Parkinson’s disease but what if you already have it a new study found that giving folks the equivalent of about two cups of coffee a day worth of caffeine significantly improve symptoms of the disease of course it’s only so…


Which Coffee Is Healthier: Light vs. Dark Roast?

“Which Coffee Is Healthier: Light vs. Dark Roast” For those drinking non-paper- filtered coffee, like boiled, French press, or Turkish coffee, the amount of cholesterol- raising compounds in the lightest roast coffee may be twice as high compared to using very dark roast beans. So, it appears some of the cholesterol- raising compounds are destroyed…