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Total dietary sugar was cut from 28 percent to 10 percent, and fructose from 12 percent to 4 percent of total calories.
Over the course of nine days, the children were provided food and beverages that mirrored the same fat, protein, carbohydrate and caloric levels as their home diets.
Triglycerides dropped 33 percent and ApoC-III fell by 49 percent in just 10 days of sugar restriction.
Reducing sugar consumption in obese children, rather than cutting calories or starch, or losing weight, leads to a sharp decline in triglycerides and a key protein called ApoC-III
Study finds the effects of fructose can be reversed in obese children.
We’ll talk with Vitali Kremez, a cyber intelligence analyst about what it takes to converse with and track criminals in the deep-net.
There are more victims to target, there is more data to steal, and there is more money to be made from doing so than ever before.
It’s a good time to be a cybercriminal. There are more victims to target, there is more data to steal, and there is more money to be made from doing so than ever before.
We’ll talk with Vitali Kremez, a cyber intelligence analyst about what it takes to converse with and track criminals in the deep-net.
We’ll talk with Vitali Kremez, a cyber intelligence analyst about what it takes to converse with and track criminals in the deep-net.
Take The Leap with DJ Wynn and hear new music from Keeps, Kitten, and Kelley Stoltz.
Listen to the premiere episode of The Leap with DJ Wynn and new music from Bombino, The Range, Bibio, and Masha Qrella.
New music from Lushlife and Seth Bogart.
Dr. Charles Mueller, clinical associate professor of nutrition at NYU Steinhardt, discusses the movement toward food with less additives.
Continuing the conversation on how there have been no conclusive long-term medical effects on consuming MSG.
Learning about processed foods that tend to have long lists of ingredients that add flavor, color and texture, along with preservatives to extend shelf life.
Charles Mueller, clinical associate professor of nutrition at NYU Steinhardt, will discuss the health effects of the common additives.
DJ Wynn shares new music from TEEN and Animal Collective, and circles back on some of his favorite releases from last year from Joanna Newsom, Beat Connection, and Ava Luna.
I never intended to speak of the Super Bowl, post­Super Bowl, but I couldn’t help it considering where I spent my Super Bowl Sunday. Hanabi and some pals went to Hi­Tops a gay sports bar located in the Castro district. Talk about a well run sports bar, this place was on its A­game. They were packed, but neat, clean and efficient. The food was next­level pub grub. The killer nachos stole the show! Pork chops too boring for you lately? I say dress them up with Hanabi’s weekday porchetta hack. Hanabi also went to Mexico for a weekender. How about a little fried opah sandwich from some of the most beautiful waters you’ll ever see?
Part 2 with Surendra P. Singh, professor of quantum optics at the University of Arkansas, about creating the world’s largest quantum communication network in China.
We speak with Surendra P. Singh, professor of quantum optics at the University of Arkansas, about the world’s largest quantum communication network in China.
New music from Aidan Knight, Daughter, Sunny Levine, and The Besnard Lakes.
We investigate the international pharmacopoeia and the American hunt for a viable lung cancer vaccine from Cuba.