I have been thinking recently about skill development, because I have a habit of never being focused in a single area and instead trying to learn as much as I can in as many niches as I can. Because of this, I am only what could be considered an expert in a relatively narrow subset. … Continue reading Expertise, Diminishing Returns, and Intersecting Niches
Inspired by Dr. Lagakos and his book The poor, misunderstood calorie and it’s chapter on nutrient partitioning I decided to take a look at it. This is a really interesting effect.
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I have written about trans fats before, but in this episode I wanted to focus more narrowly on a potential link between trans fats and aggression. Script (remember I-adlib): For today’s episode I am going to talk about a really interesting study I found today. This one is about a potential link between trans fats and … Continue reading Scientific Nutrition Update 49: Trans Fat and Rage