Fixed mindsets refer to the unshakeable belief that our views in a certain context are absolutely right and we refuse to deviate from this stance. We develop fixed mindsets for a few reasons.
It is easy to go through the business of daily life without really looking at what we’re doing and why we’re doing it. Over time, we tend to slip into patterns of thoughtlessness that work great for routine tasks like perhaps flipping a switch on and off, but not so well for any other task that can be done better by focusing on the details.
There are a number of misconceptions circulating about soy based foods. I thought I’d share a few quick facts.
This week, it’s about lifestyle change for lifestyle disorders, aspirin and inflammation, and the effects of high blood sugar on the child’s metabolic health.
I find my available time quite reduced due to my prioritizing further research into the IF90 protocol, keeping the program bot updated, writing a new
Over time, our indulgence towards food has become nearly a routine, and the patterns of our diets almost cast in stone. How do we work towards fixing this?
Some golden brown and crisp foods contain a chemical called Acrylamide, which is classified as a carcinogen for humans. Should we be worried?
I see people eating egg whites and discarding the yolks, doctors limiting their patients to a couple of eggs a week while at the same time we have stories of the legendary Russi Modi who died at the ripe old age of 96 years, and was said to eat 16 egg omelettes each day. So what’s the deal?
We know plant foods are home to antioxidants, which are substances that shield us from oxidation and its effects. We also know that vegetables come in so many colors. Are different colors related to different antioxidants? If so, how?