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Eating for Healthy Mitochondria

Eating for Healthy Mitochondria

Our cells' mitochondria create energy to keep our hearts beating, recognize pathogens, and program cellular activity. Our diet has a direct effect on our mitochondrial function, impacting not only our immunity but our long-term health.

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Energy, Food Costs: The Unexpected Pain of Ukraine Invasion

While it is uncertain whether Russia's invasion of Ukraine will have serious immediate consequences for U.S. consumers, it could have profound longer-term implications for food costs, the global supply chain and trading system that makes our modern lifestyle possible.

Food Security, Food Trade

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How Smart People Change Their Minds

It's easy to see when the choices others make are bad for them. However, our brains try to protect us from disappointing or conflicting info, resulting in overconfidence with our own abilities and beliefs than we should have.

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Postbiotics: You Are What You Digest

You've probably heard of probiotics, but what about postbiotics? And what role do these components play in the relationship between our gut and our immune system? It turns out - a big one...

Health

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I Tried Intuitive Eating for a Month – Here’s What I Learned

“Intuitive eating” is gaining a lot of momentum. It consists of listening to your body and thinking about food as a part of an overall lifestyle choice, rather than a restrictive diet. I decided to try it out to see if I actually eat healthier and feel better.

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