Welcome to my third and last installment of my 3-part series on resting metabolic rate. Int he previous two installments I explained:
In my first blog post of this 3-installment series, I talked about the concept of "Resting Metabolic Rate" (RMR) or "basal metabolic rate". In this blog post I'll explore that concept in more detail, specifically how it is affected by (extreme) dieting and even some near-starvation studies.
My good friend Alex has extensively written about the topic of fat loss in the past. Some of his best blog posts on the topic are the following:
Welcome to the third and last installment of my 3-part blog post series on oysters. Let's first go over the previous two installments that I wrote:
Welcome to the second installment of my 3-installment blog post series on oysters. The first blog post explored the basics of oysters and talked about the magnificent nutrient profile found therein.
This second installment teaches you about the oyster health benefits and how to best eat them. The...
Welcome to another blog post series of mine. This blog post series will consist in 2-3 installments and treat the topic of oysters!
I not only explain to you why oysters are an absolutely perfect choice for nutrition, I also explain why they can help solve world hunger and provide an...
Coffee? Grains? Milk? You can see them all in the picture above. All of these foods have very specific effects on how iron is absorbed in your body, especially if you combine them with other high heme-rion foods such as meats.
This blog post makes up the last part of my 5-instlalment series on...
Welcome to my fourth installment of my 5-installment series on iron and human health. The topic of this fourth installment concerns the best iron foods and whether food fortification (focusing on iron) is a good or bad thing for your health.
If you haven't read the earlier installments of this...
Hi again! I hope you've been enjoying my 5-installment series on iron and human health.
In this part, the third installment, I will talk about the problems associated with an iron deficiency and iron overload.
The previous two parts have discussed the topics of:
Your iron status is somewhat different than other minerals out there: in this case, it's essential to test your levels once in a while.
Simple: you'll never know whether your status is good or not.
The blog post you're reading right now is the second installment in my...