29 07, 2016

Alcohol, Anorexia and Type A

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If I had anything in common with anorexic university girls and boozer guys, it would be my own workaholic, over-training personality. (One has to have control over their life and there is so much to do and nothing can really wait, can it?)

If there is a place to watch a cross-section of […]

19 08, 2014

Light and Alcohol Consumption

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Before the sun cancer scare of the 1970’s and 80’s, people spent a fair amount of time outside. Fresh air and sunlight was considered important to physical and mental health. At the time of this writing, public schools have reduced Physical Education and recess times. Children are often driven to school and spend hours […]

14 08, 2014

Cortisol: the pain, the gain and …the Tango?

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Now, this sounds just plain self-destructive. Like, who the heck wants their immune system suppressed and have a whole lot of sugar dropped into their system. Just does not seem fair. But this is what cortisol does to preserve us while we are under high stress. I have found it pretty handy during my […]

14 08, 2014

The Science of Butt Training

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The Science of Butt Training
Whether it is normal, wide, fat or none at all, the human derriere is often a topic of concern, comment or comedy.
Every athlete, laborer, model or every day working Joe or check-out Jane at one time or other needed to know if those rear end sets of muscles were going […]

14 08, 2014

Alcohol and Hypoglycemia

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Sometimes people with hypoglycemia or “low blood sugar” are mistaken for drunks. This is because their reaction to sugar and alcohol can be very similar. The high sugar content of some alcoholic drinks alone can some people’s blood sugar to drop so fast that they appear intoxicated. This is because over consumption of sugar […]

14 08, 2014

The Belly Brain

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I have always heard about armies marching on their stomachs and know first hand of the moral-boosting effects of good food. But, it runs deeper than that. Food and the bacteria that lives inside of us also effects the way that we think and feel. Before all of the psyche-majors start protesting, hear me […]