Are Dietitians Wrong About Dinner Time?

OK, are dietitians wrong about dinner time? I’m about to reinterpret some 20 year old research, which really got me thinking. Though I might be mistaken, I think the experts are wrong, and the research is on my side. Such that the oft made recommendation to have or finish dinner around 6 pm is not, … Read more

Intermittent Fasting and Circadian Rhythms

I had a blog idea comparing various cleansing/detoxification schemes with intermittent fasting, with the gist being that there are some similarities. Both probably make you feel better for largely the same reasons, but that fasting is better and free. With detoxing and cleansing, it seems that someone is always trying to separate you from your … Read more

Anorexia: Light Weightlifting is all but Worthless

Does resistance training improve the functional capacity and well being of very young anorexic patients? A randomized controlled trial. del Valle MF, Pérez M, Santana-Sosa E, Fiuza-Luces C, Bustamante-Ara N, Gallardo C, Villaseñor A, Graell M, Morandé G, Romo GR, López-Mojares LM,Ruiz JR, Lucía A. J Adolesc Health. 2010 Apr;46(4):352-8. Abstract PURPOSE: We determined the … Read more

Intense Strength Training for Anorexia, Works Great!

Resistance training enhances muscular performance in patients with anorexia nervosa: a randomized controlled trial. Fernandez-del-Valle M, Larumbe-Zabala E, Villaseñor-Montarroso A, Cardona Gonzalez C, Diez-Vega I, Lopez Mojares LM, Perez Ruiz M. International Journal of Eating Disorders 2014 Sep;47(6):601-9. From the Abstract METHODS: From a total of 36 female patients with AN-R, one group (intervention, n = 18) underwent … Read more