1. AlphaCog

    9 Ways Dancing Is Good for Your Health(Medically Reviewed)

    9 Ways Dancing Is Good for Your Health Medically Reviewed Whether you take a class or bop to your favorite beats in your living room or the club, all dancing can be a plus for your health.Getty Images Dancing can be many things: An expression of art, a fun hobby, a representation of culture...
  2. Limon9

    Elevated Free Fatty Acids (FFA) Are Associated With Cancer, Stroke, Cardiovascular Mortality

    A high serum-free fatty acid level is associated with cancer. J Cancer Res Clin Oncol. 2020 Mar;146(3):705-710. Zhang L, Han L, He J, Lv J, Pan R, Lv T. High free fatty acid level is associated with recurrent stroke in cardioembolic stroke [CE] patients. Neurology. 2014 Apr 1;82(13):1142-8...
  3. mantq

    The Metabolic Effects of Dietary Salt Intake: High Salt intake Leads to Cardiovascular and Metabolic Changes

    Hey everyone! Found an interesting illustration regarding salt, thought many of you would find this rather interesting and perhaps useful :)
  4. haidut

    Not a "male" hormone - testosterone (T) beneficial for female heart health

    It always feels good to read an article on a scientific discovery and have one of the authors put on his Peat-y hat and quote Peat directly. I am joking, of course, but the study below and the statements from its lead author do sound like Peat had a significant participation in the study...
  5. UG Krishnamurti

    Wishing this man the best but what can we learn from looking at his markers?

    "How the f*ck did I have three blocked arteries?? I fasted, ate low carb, cut seed oils, did cardio and weights at least 5x a week. End result…. My widow maker was 95% blocked?? thank the Lord I just happened to go to cardiologist after iwatch reported afib" LINK TO THE TWITTER POST Take a...
  6. S

    Bajau People - Seaborne lifestyle

    These people are known for their exceptional abilities in free-diving. They spent on average 5 hours a day in the sea and mostly underwater trying to hunt fish. Previously, I have read some articles regarding health benefits of regular physical activity in water. So when I saw info about the...
  7. haidut

    DHT, not T, likely the "active" androgen in heart and brain

    Interesting study, done on baboons (so should have good relevance for humans), demonstrating that the cardiovascular system (CVS) exclusively accumulates and recognizes (at the receptor level) DHT, instead of testosterone (T). In fact, the androgen receptor in CVS is so structurally different it...