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Colby Vorland

Colby Vorland's Public Library

about 19 hours ago

@kathleenmrd @DrDylanMacKay @PharmacistScott there are a wealth of options here http://t.co/iiIKyyq8PD
@nutrevolve lots listed on http://t.co/Yv4Y7HoDdm under Video categories
Headline vs press release vs study from the always interesting https://t.co/HN01NJ1vph https://t.co/Ncvw9lUQfu

May 27, 16

Multivitamin use associated with ↓ major CVD events but only after > 20 years use in PHS1 https://t.co/scqzPT2Q7G https://t.co/JN1lymO84v

May 27, 16

Oh, yeah. For whatever it's worth, every fruit, vegetable, and grain so far seems to have "more genes" than humans. https://t.co/nb7ngjLwgu

May 27, 16

But but but gluten https://t.co/pozjgY8YtZ

May 27, 16

Supplements, Lies, and a Lengthy Transcript https://t.co/9gitPT6Lkp @ScienceBasedMed

May 27, 16

RT @carlzimmer: A good look at the weird intersection of business & anti-aging research. https://t.co/93UXhFS2wA

May 27, 16

The Judgment Of Paris: The Blind Taste Test That Decanted The Wine World https://t.co/otWMAXFi6g by @mgodoyh

May 26, 16

@nutsci They also recently found high urinary sodium was associated with increased risk of CKD progression. https://t.co/BxZJYq4nBH
– Erik Arnesen (erik_arnesen) http://twitter.com/erik_arnesen/status/735500382420541440
RT @erik_arnesen: @nutsci They also recently found high urinary sodium was associated with increased risk of CKD progression. https://t.co/…

May 26, 16

RCT of 5:2 style intermittent fasting vs. simple cal reduction. 5:2 hungrier. Same wt loss: (not yet pubbed) https://t.co/Rhw3WRWjV5

May 25, 16

Also complicating: ↑ artific. sweetener intake associated w/ prev. self-reported prior intent to lose weight https://t.co/0849WvOWXz #NHANES

May 25, 16

Can also be "Obese individuals who consume sugar don't have worse glucose management" https://t.co/mEhoNPpjSV #NHANES
@ESGfitness https://t.co/mEhoNPpjSV

May 25, 16

@larry_parnell it is very interesting although in humans aspartame didn't increase GLP-1 https://t.co/hqzSIcXQFc

May 25, 16

@omarali50 yes- I am mostly annoyed at the PRs generated with these individual studies. Results predictable: https://t.co/nxOkWAddfM

May 25, 16

Press release: "Obese individuals who consume aspartame may have worse glucose management" https://t.co/BtsSvvzwCE (1/2)

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