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Cellular Oxygen Transport - The Real Story

Posted on 7/11/2014 by

Well, after a fairly exhaustive search, it is remarkable how little is published on this subject. All the papers I have read assume that the rate of oxygen crossing a cell membrane is not a rate-limiting step. There are very few papers that even try to measure that rate.

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The Truth About Rancid Oils

Posted on 6/26/2014 by

First let’s define rancid. Dictionary definition is "adjective (of foods containing fat or oil) smelling or tasting unpleasant as a result of being old and stale". An example would be fish that is left out too long smelling “fishy”; it is actually going rancid.

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Work With, Not Against Mother Nature

Posted on 6/4/2014 by

We tend to forget that we are not machines and food is not just fuel to burn. The way we interact with our environment is quite complex and one of the most basic ways is through what we eat. If you consider the entirety of human existence, it has been only recently that we have had the ability to store and transport food to where it is needed. Before, we where dependent on the seasons and cycles of nature, and our bodies would adapt to those changes (like the bear whose diet changes and when high carbohydrate berries are available in the late summer and fall to allow him to accumulate fat for use during the winter).

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