Study under review: Twice as High Diet-Induced Thermogenesis After Breakfast vs Dinner On High-Calorie as Well as Low-Calorie Meals
Is diet-induced thermogenesis different during the day and does it depend on the amount of calories consumed?
Other Articles in Issue #66 (April 2020)
Supercharging muscle protein synthesis through essential amino acids
Adding essential amino acids to whey may boost muscle protein synthesis, but the dose matters!
Mini: Summarizing the evidence on milk consumption and your health
We quickly review the evidence of milk and dairy consumption on various health endpoints — blood pressure, cancer, bone health, heart disease, diabetes, and more.
Can sweet and salty mouth rinses provide a taste of victory?
This study provides a pinch of evidence that mouth rinses could affect performance, but more evidence is needed to sweeten up confidence in this finding.
Deep Dive: Fruit, vegetables, and cardiovascular risk factors
An apple a day probably isn’t enough to keep the cardiologist away, but the evidence suggests that 3-5 servings of fruits and veggies may help a little bit.
Deep Dive: Interesting Bacterial Solution for Irritable Bowel Syndrome?
Probiotics aren't BS when it comes to reducing IBS symptoms.
Berberine supplementation reduces a major colorectal cancer risk factor
Colorectal cancers are the second-most common cause of cancer death, which makes the results of this large two-year study a pretty big deal if they hold up to replication.
Op-Ed: Science in the 21st Century: Notes from an industry harlot
Stu Phillips drops by to give his perspective on the role of industry funding in modern-day research.