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Here’s What Biking 100 Miles in Ketosis Did to This Cyclist’s Body

Global Cycling NetworkYouTube The low-carb, high-fat ketogenic diet is a controversial one, but many athletes and fitness enthusiasts swear by it and claim that it has had a positive impact on their performance. Curious about the kind of results he might be able to get from achieving ketosis, former professional cyclist Jeremy Powers recently embarked… Read More »

How Besan Chilla Can Aid in Weight Loss: Here’s The Recipe of This Nutritious Dish (Watch Video)

Some Indian dishes not only taste good but are also quite healthy. One such dish is Besan Chilla, which is nutritious and can provide numerous benefits to the body. Let’s take a look at how besan chilla (gram flour pancake) can aid in weight loss and also check out its recipe. How is Uttapam Healthy For Breakfast? Here’s The Recipe of… Read More »

Here’s What Doing 50 Pullups Every Day for a Whole Month Did to This Guy’s Body

Earlier this year, fitness YouTuber Alex Gharfeh committed to completing 50 clean pullups every single day for 30 days. While his original aim had been to hit 100 reps each day, totaling a godly 3,000 pullups by the end of the challenge, he eventually decided on a more achievable goal, tracking his progress as he… Read More »

Using the Lockdown to Eat Right in Retirement. Here’s How a Nutrition Researcher Says to Do It. – Barron’s

breakfast cereal food table Pixabay With millions of Americans hunkered down in their homes doing most of their own cooking, the coronavirus crisis is giving us a chance to change how we eat. I had begun cooking a lot more last year when I lost my journalism job in New York City and began free-lancing… Read More »

Consumer DNA testing is a bust: Here’s how companies like Ancestry and 23andMe can survive

A reporter examines a 23andMe DNA genetic testing kit in Oakland, California. Cayce Clifford | Bloomberg | Getty Images It has not been a good year for consumer DNA testing companies. In January, Silicon Valley-based 23andMe laid off 100 employees, about 14% of its workforce. A month later, Ancestry, which has offices in Utah and… Read More »