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31. Understanding nutrition - Simple Guide to Food chemistry
(Neurohacking/Lifestyle & Nutrition)
  A guide for absolute beginners to food content and taking your first steps towards healthier eating       Food groups  ...
32. WARNING: Mannitol
(News/Latest)
... fluid volume. So what's it doing being used as a food additive? “Made from fruits” isn't really reassuring in itself because cyanide can be made from fruits and I don't want that in my dinner. ...
33. Physiological methods - Epigenetics - Hacking the genome
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... The brain will send out the signals that alter you breathing pattern, demand more sleep and rest, make you crave foods that increase your energy and so on. The stress on the body’s systems will thus ...
... were asked to remove the colours two years ago by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) following a study which found they worsened the behaviour of young children. Lucozade Original's lurid yellow appearance ...
35. Understanding nutrition - Sugars
(Neurohacking/Lifestyle & Nutrition)
... the hydrogen and oxygen in a ratio of 2:1; the right proportions to enable the formation of water. Common types of carbs are starches, sugars, cellulose, and gums. One of the basic foodstuffs (proteins, ...
36. Alternatives to work
(Homeworld/School & Work Alternatives)
... are the equivalent of nanotech replicators producing all sorts of resources from food to spaceship parts, we don't find it weird that the crew don't bother using money. I mean, it would just complicate ...
37. Grow your own food
(Homeworld/Permaculture & Self Sufficiency)
... and grit to improve drainage. Blackcurrants Blackcurrants enjoy similar growing requirements to redcurrants, but require more food to get a good crop. Blackcurrants grow easily from cuttings of around ...
38. Permaculture: the basics
(Homeworld/Permaculture & Self Sufficiency)
... may well also be the future of healthy food. It is the only kind of cultivation that improves, rather than depletes, resources. At its roots is working with biology, focusing on the dynamic interactions ...
39. Introduction to bushcraft
(Homeworld/Bushcraft & Alternative Lifestyles)
... that may view you as food, or as a threat that needs to be attacked   The more experience you gain in dealing with these, the more confident you will feel. If you have any phobias about any of ...
... It is also used for mass murderer, serial killer, violent person, and ‘lunatic’ in general. Starving: Could mean dying of starvation. Could mean restricting food from self or other. Could ...
41. Play: Big Pharma
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... (3). In her play, Berry notes that direct-to-consumer drug advertising skyrocketed in the United States after a 1997 change in the Food and Drug Administration guidelines for advertising. She also gives ...
42. Books: Why We Cooperate
(Neurohacking/Resources)
... (in some crude form) come first and pave the way for language. The answer is still up for grabs. Despite its modest format, the book provides ample food for thought and could well be used as a starting ...
43. Methods & Technology Intro - Part I: Methods
(Neurohacking/Methods & Technology)
... improves it!   Dietary Analysis Relationships between dietary patterns, food group intakes, health and behavior are now well established. Higher total withdrawn/depressed and delinquent/aggressive ...
... unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.   In most animals, food intake and energy expenditure vary greatly from day ...
...  Low GI dieting may activate aspects of this response mode, such as stress resistance, even when food is plentiful. With optimal nutrition, all organisms have the ability to repair harmful mutations in ...
46. 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 ...
    Drugs & Chemicals Intro - Part 3: Natural Introduced Chemicals [e.g. caffeine, sugar, foods, recreational drugs (botanical), herbs, supplements]   One ...
  Drugs & Chemicals - Part 2: Synthetic Introduced Chemicals (drugs, e.g. medications, recreational drugs (manufactured), ‘smart’ drugs, food additives) In This ...
49. UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)
(Web Links / The Planet Is Your Garden)
World statistics
50. The Zone Diet
(Web Links / Nutrition)
Dr. Barry Sears' website (the Zone diet is low GI). Recipes, processed-food-evaluator, supplements & resources for low GI eating. ...
51. Drugs & Chemicals
(Category)
... your body works), medications and substances whether they are legal or illegal (e.g: Prozac, amphetamines, sleeping pills, coffee, sugar, cannabis, LSD, etc...), pollution and toxins, the food you eat, ...
    This section gathers information about bushcraft skills and living "off the beaten track". It covers the basics of shelter, warmth, food, water and natural medicine as well ...
... our environment; for example permaculture, growing food, edible landscaping, homesteading, self sufficiency and recycling.       ...
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