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 This is the true treasure of our site, we are committed to share our deep respect for science, for the researchers, for the ability to ask a question and investigate to find answers. We will gather and make sense of studies that help us progress our understanding of fasting, health, food, technology, psychology and more. We don’t have to guess, and we don’t have to rely of fads to make a change in the way we live our lives. Science is an ally and worth a weekly date night of fascination and wonder.

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How Do Cells Know What To Recycle

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Scientists have discovered how a cell identifies the first amino acid that determines the lifetime of a protein.

Fungal Microbiome: Whether Mice Get Fatter Or Thinner Depends On The Fungi That Live In Their Gut

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The gut microbiome can influence metabolism

Your Genetics Influence How Resilient You Are To Cold Temperatures – New Research

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Our new research shows that a common genetic variant in the skeletal muscle gene, ACTN3, makes people more resilient to cold temperatures.

the lifetime of a protein. protein cell image

How Do Cells Know What To Recycle

Scientists have discovered how a cell identifies the first amino acid that determines the lifetime of a protein.

cold therapy Young man bathing in the ice hole

Your Genetics Influence How Resilient You Are To Cold Temperatures – New Research

Our new research shows that a common genetic variant in the skeletal muscle gene, ACTN3, makes people more resilient to cold temperatures.

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Why Questions (Good and Bad) Matter

Why Questions (Good and Bad) Matter

If those in a community, this one or any, are to do better, they must be able to inquire freely and naïvely. They must be able to hear questions as questions, not as assertions, and to react tolerantly, even charitably.

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