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Not much is happening in self-isolation. So why are you still so tired?

Thankfully, there are ways to combat mental and physical fatigue, even in isolation.

  • With tens of millions of Americans sheltering at home, many people feel exhausted.
  • Reasons range from a lack of routine, emotional uncertainty, poor nutrition, and alcohol abuse.
  • Keeping your daily habits in place as much as possible is important for combating lethargy.
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Is this the diet we all need right now?

In his new book, "The Wedge," Scott Carney tests the boundaries of human resilience.

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  • NY Times bestselling author, Scott Carney, returns with his new book on resilience, "The Wedge."
  • Carney's previous book on Wim Hof helped pushed ice baths into the mainstream.
  • In "The Wedge" Carney tests his boundaries with the Potato Hack diet, kettlebell passing, and ayahuasca.
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How intermittent fasting changes your brain

A new study from Singapore found that intermittent fasting increases neurogenesis.

  • Rats that fasted for 16 hours a day showed the greatest increase in hippocampal neurogenesis.
  • If true in humans, intermittent fasting could be a method for fighting off dementia as you age.
  • Intermittent fasting has previously been shown to have positive effects on your liver, immune system, heart, and brain, as well as your body's ability to fight cancer.
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Why we need to restrict calories right now

A new study shows the benefits of calorie restriction. Never has such advice been more needed.

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  • A new study based at Salk Institute has discovered the cellular mechanisms behind calorie restriction.
  • Rats on a higher-calorie diet experienced more inflammation and immune problems than rats that ate less.
  • This research is especially relevant right now, as immunodeficient patients are at high risk of complications from COVID-19.
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5 of the worst keto diet side effects

The keto diet can help with weight loss, but at what cost?

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  • In addition to weight loss, there are a few well-known side effects of the keto diet, some of which can be unpleasant.
  • Some side effects of the keto diet are bound to occur, though others only happen when the diet is implemented poorly.
  • The keto diet doesn't have to lead to a host of negative side effects, but anyone considering undertaking the diet over the long term should be especially careful.
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