Because I do brain research (my professional link is here), I am often asked what is the best thing to do for maintaining brain function – crosswords, reading, lumosity, ‘brain foods’? My answer has always been: “Exercise.” It hasn’t always been a popular answer though. Physical exercise is beneficial for the body and the mind.
I have been posting on the high-fat, low-carbohydrate, adequate-protein ketogenic diet for a while now. However, a topic like this can become fragmented, as posts dealing with separate aspects of the diet get loaded (in semi-random order) over time. Therefore, there is a new page, accessible from the top menubar, just for ketogenic diet posts. It
My ‘Four Diet Dictums’: 1: All Diets work in the short term. 2: All Diets work equally in the short term. 3: All Diets fail in the long term. 4: All Diets fail equally in the long term. This is my interpretation of the science. It may seem nihilistic, but I think it’s empowering. For example, if you want