Personal Science Weekly 11.17.17

The latest actionable & interesting information you can use or ponder today. Curated with care by Tiffany Anne Smith @ The Art of Personal Science.   Make this Thanksgiving a safe one! holiday, Thanksgiving Say bah-humbug to foodborne bugs this Thanksgiving   Walking is a serious exercise for legitimate disease prevention. exercise, walking, disease prevention…

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Personal Science Weekly 11.10.17

The latest actionable & interesting information you can use or ponder today. Curated with care by Tiffany Anne Smith @ The Art of Personal Science.   Feeling unsafe or excited lessens your ability to respond well to your environment & the people around you. social, sympathetic nervous system Lost in Time and Space: States of High…

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Personal Science Weekly 10.27.17

5 Better Ways to Help Your Kids Deal With Junk Food Help them build a positive relationship with food. Restricting access to food can actually make your child want it even more. It can create unhealthy food habits, like sneaking food, and power struggles. Make Halloween allergy-friendly for kids 5-8% of kids suffer from allergies.…

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How To Make Great Egg White Foam

How Make Great Egg White Foam Abstract Eggs are a mainstay in the American diet (and many around the world). Their functional properties such as binding, emulsion, and structure make them a useful addition to many food products. Beating the whites of the eggs until they expand and foam contributes to many desserts and baked…

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2 Simple Ways to Prevent Food Borne Illness

2 Simple Ways to Prevent Food Borne Illness Pathogen Reduction Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) The following information has been taken from Understanding Food Principals and Preparation (Brown, 2015). HACCP is a food safety program, implemented in 1997, to avoid food-borne illness (FBI) in meat and poultry plants in the US. HACCP Seven…

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Personal Science Weekly 9.1.17

The latest actionable & interesting information you can use or ponder today. Curated with care by Tiffany Anne Smith @ The Art of Personal Science.   Cost-effectiveness of Family-Based Obesity Treatment For families consisting of overweight children and parents with overweight, family-based behavioral treatments are cost-effective & deliver strong health improvements. (@theartofpersonalscience) Click here to…

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Personal Science Weekly 8.25.17

The latest actionable & interesting information you can use or ponder today. Curated with care by Tiffany Anne Smith @ The Art of Personal Science.   30 Weirdly Fascinating Health and Body Facts The camera doesn’t often linger on all the severed heads in Game of Thrones. But if it did, might we see some…

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The Ease & Usefulness of Tracking Your Food

The Ease & Usefulness of Tracking Your Food A diet recall is one tool of many used to collect information about a person’s typical dietary intake, with the intent to identify food patterns, nutrient deficiencies, or chronic disease risk factors. In a dietary recall, the subject is asked to recall what they ate over a…

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Personal Science Weekly 8.18.17

The latest actionable & interesting information you can use or ponder today. Curated with care by Tiffany Anne Smith @ The Art of Personal Science.   Walnuts Activate Brain Region Involved in Appetite Control Packed with nutrients linked to better health, walnuts are also thought to discourage overeating by promoting feelings of fullness. Now, in…

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A Balanced Case Against GMO’s

A Balanced Case Against GMO’s   The best way to make an educated decision about whether to eat the products of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO’s) is to consider the arguments made by all sides and ultimately make a decision that best fits your values and lifestyle. When creating a view that is considerate of all…

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