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1. Subject Index for Archives
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...        2.602 Diets & dieting ...
... programming is in the development of bees, whose final phenotype is determined entirely by diet during the larval stage. This provides a striking example of epigenetic variation and the interplay between ...
3. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 3
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... Research finds that, yes, you can![133] This doesn't work with all sugars or sweeteners; in fact those who tried a diet coke during the decision making process were MORE prone to impulsivity; going for ...
... PhDs in psychology and physiology. Scientific American’s own Scicurious penned a blog on May 2 that describes how a study on high-fat diets and depression that received coverage in the general media ...
5. Toxins in food - Aspartame - info 1981-2013
(Neurohacking/Lifestyle & Nutrition)
... cause cancer. One well-controlled, peer-reviewed, seven-year study even found that as little as 20 mg per day can cause cancer in humans. One 12-ounce diet soda contains about 180 mg of aspartame, so you ...
... or stopped.   A healthy baby's brain has many more neuronal connections at age two than it does at birth. An unhealthy brain may not. This is the basis for educating parents on diet, anxiety control ...
7. CR - Intermittent Fasting research
(Neurohacking/Lifestyle & Nutrition)
... as constant calorie restriction or low GI.[1] This is good news, as it may be easier to do for some people who cannot commit to a health-restricted diet even for a short time. In one study[2], reported ...
... for accurate results. Don't deliberately stop or start taking anything or suddenly change your diet just before you start. Don't go near this FA if you're feeling ill, or going through a big bummer, as ...
9. Deschooling essays by John Taylor Gatto
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... confined in these abstract cells for all of their natural youth, and set a diet of low-level abstractions. JB: If I can read between the lines, you deviated from the standard curriculum that the administration ...
... each mile. This data might vary based on what Popeye changed before the race, such as diet, sleep, or training. You can plot several independent variables on the same graph by using different colors or ...
11. Sakiro's Hackipedia Volume 1
(Neurohacking/Resources)
...  Diet & health Hacking the Genome for Physical Health – Weight and Build Adjustment If you believe you’re overweight or underweight because of ‘your genes’, here’s ...
...  We Start with Basics, Culture Provides Details Loss of congruity is always a problem, but it is a particular problem in emotion. In adaptable systems such as emotion, diet, aesthetics and language, ...
13. Memory - memory editing update, 2004-2011
(Neurohacking/Theory & Research)
... disruption of short-term memory. 2009 Stop eating so much crap Changing your diet to low GI could be a less invasive approach to boosting memory, according to a 2009 study in the Proceedings ...
... memory alike. Most neurochemical imbalance is caused by anxiety, and this is why it remains NH enemy # 1. Accidents and trauma are also risk factors, as is diet. There are so many ways to adjust neurochemistry ...
15. Alternative energy
(Homeworld/Energy Alternatives)
... access any time you please!   The need for cooking Does not exist unless you are killing your own meat. Meat & fish can be bought cooked, and persons living on a mostly raw diet seem very ...
16. Understanding nutrition - Simple Guide to Food chemistry
(Neurohacking/Lifestyle & Nutrition)
...  Soft drinks (fizzy) sugar 'diet' sweeteners corn syrup  ...
17. WARNING: Mannitol
(News/Latest)
... now being used as a sweetener in 'diet' products and in processed foods, and as a 'piggyback' molecule to get medications across the blood brain barrier. For those with bronchial problems already or ...
18. Passages in the Void
(Workshop/Stuff by Members)
... a small paper book. It contained the coding sequence for a strain of influenza which would be ninety percent lethal but only to people eating high carbohydrate diets. Everyone backed off and there was ...
19. Physiological methods - Epigenetics - Hacking the genome
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... Exercise provides the critical mass of trigger signals, and all the genome needs is signals.   Another example: CR (calorie restriction) imposed on the diet triggers a gene transcription factor ...
... distributors that Piracetam is being marked as a drug. That it is not legal to sell as a dietary supplement.   Smartpowders.com was informed of this on August 30th, 2010. We have been given 15 ...
21. Understanding nutrition - Sugars
(Neurohacking/Lifestyle & Nutrition)
... up plants' cell walls; cellulose, hemicellulose, pectin, and a variety of gums, mucilages, and algal polysaccharides. It is an important part of the diet that stimulates the gut and enhances digestion.) ...
22. Alternatives to work
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... A great deal of obesity, metabolic syndrome, diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular failure is in part attributable to poor diet; right here in the 'developed' west.   There's more: Estimated number ...
23. Permaculture: the basics
(Homeworld/Permaculture & Self Sufficiency)
... growers or box schemes. Eating ethical and fairly traded for the things you can't get locally.   Eating more raw foods. Eating a larger proportion of your diet in the form of fresh fruit ...
24. Methods & Technology Intro - Part I: Methods
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... make changes to your diet and lifestyle in order to get the optimal benefit from such practices.   General Medical When a neurological disorder is suspected, doctors usually evaluate all of ...
... We’re already aware of how to hack one key gene related to aging via a low GI diet, and this article looks at what other steps may be possible to prolong good mental health using input control to ...
26. Disorders & Problems - Introduction to This Section
(Neurohacking/Disorders & Problems)
... is a risk factor. Strong light or fluorescent light is a risk factor. Over exposure to sun or extreme heat is a risk factor. Lack of sleep or food, a junk food diet or drugs are a risk factor, including ...
... is complex, particularly if not on a low-GI diet. What’s more, too much tobacco causes high levels of carbon monoxide in the blood, reducing the oxygen supply to the brain. This can be offset by ...
... Where You may not Expect to Find Them [e.g. in your dinner]   Food additives [manufactured] One good reason to watch your diet is that a lot of food additives are harmful to the brain. Here ...
... situations Massage and cuddling can reduce cortisol. A low GI diet helps maintain healthy cortisol levels. Laughing and the experience of humour ...
... are flexible and adaptable in ways that other creatures are not. We have 'plasticity' throughout. We can survive on a multitude of different diets, in a multitude of different climates, adjust our habits ...
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