FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Food poisoning is the new normal, try LISS instead of HIIT, and the devastation of sunscreen

by | May 4, 2018

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This week food poisoning is the new normal, try LISS instead of HIIT, and the devastation of sunscreen.

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4 Responses to “FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Food poisoning is the new normal, try LISS instead of HIIT, and the devastation of sunscreen”

  1. Joanne says:

    I was under the impression that any sunscreen over 30 SPF wasn’t any more effective anyways.

  2. Andrew says:

    I’d be very careful about drawing conclusions on sunblock’s efficacy based on observational studies. People who either burn easily or are at risk of melanoma are much more likely to use sunblock.

    I haven’t seen any good randomized control trials on sunblock use. It would probably require several decades to detect a change in melanoma incidence.

  3. Mark C. says:

    The article about poisoning with E. coli bacteria shocked me! It’s really scary that the girl bought fresh greens from farmers in the hope that this is an environmentally friendly product and she was so seriously poisoned.

  4. J says:

    I never would have thought that 4-7 saunas per week could reduce my risk for stroke. Very informative and useful article for us sauna users.

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