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Don’t believe the keto hype
Thou cans't not live on steak and avocados alone.
06 January, 2019
Jillian Michaels is a fitness expert and wellness coach with over 20 years experience, and is a New York Times bestselling author of numerous books including Master Your Metabolism, Unlimited: How to Build an Exceptional Life, and her most recent The 6 Keys: Unlock Your Genetic Potential for Ageless Strength, Health, and Beauty. Jillian's passion for fitness training originates from 17 years of martial arts practice in Muay Thai and Akarui-Do, in which she holds a black belt. Her first comprehensive 90-day weight loss system, Jillian Michaels Body Revolution, is available in retail stores across North America, and JILLIAN MICHAELS BODYSHRED, an intense group fitness class based on Jillian's highly-effective 3-2-1 interval system, is taught worldwide.
- Keto diets have attracted a lot of media attention lately, and are becoming quite the rage in wellness circles.
- But while it might make you lose weight in the short term, it's doing one heck of a number on your body.
- Fitness and nutrition expert Jillian Michaels walks us through why keto might be a no-no.
Designers from Luxembourg created a smart planter that can make anyone have a green thumb.
23 July, 2019
Images credit: mu-designTechnology & Innovation
- A design team came up with a smart planter that can indicate 15 emotions.
- The emotions are derived from the sensors placed in the planter.
- The device is not in production yet but you can order it through a crowdfunding campaign.
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If you don't want to know anything about your death, consider this your spoiler warning.
15 May, 2019
Culture & Religion
- For centuries cultures have personified death to give this terrifying mystery a familiar face.
- Modern science has demystified death by divulging its biological processes, yet many questions remain.
- Studying death is not meant to be a morbid reminder of a cruel fate, but a way to improve the lives of the living.
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Big Think Edge
- Often times, interactions that we think are "zero-sum" can actually be beneficial for both parties.
- Ask, What outcome will be good for both parties? How can we achieve that goal?
- Afraid the win-win situation might not continue? Build trust by creating a situation that increases the probability you and your counterpart will meet again.