Adam Ruins Everything – Low-Fat Foods Are Making You Fatter | truTV

Adam Ruins Everything – Low-Fat Foods Are Making You Fatter | truTV

And the only reason you think they do is because of bad science and worse marketing. Heh! That’s ridiculous. When I eat fat, it goes in my body and becomes fat, and fat is bad. Yeah, that’s what everybody thinks, but it’s not true. Oh, hey, an egg timer! (timer tingling) (blows) People have been […]

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Are Low Carb Diets Dangerous? | Review of The Lancet Study

Are Low Carb Diets Dangerous? | Review of The Lancet Study

Hey guys, my name is Amy Jane and welcome back to my channel. Does research show that low carb diets are dangerous? I’m a Registered Dietitian, and in today’s video I am going to discuss a popular recent study published by the Lancet claiming that low carb diets might cause an early death! Now that […]

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Do Ketogenic Diets Really Work?

Do Ketogenic Diets Really Work?

Some fads never die, right? Low carb diets were a thing in the late 90s and they’re still a thing now. But does this fad have staying power because the benefits are real? Or is that greasy low-carb burger fried in snake oil? We can try to address some of those questions with science. Low […]

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Should I Go Gluten Free? (Celiac Disease and The Diet Fad)

Should I Go Gluten Free? (Celiac Disease and The Diet Fad)

MIZ: Hey Jayde, do you want some pizza JAYDE: No thanks – I’m gluten free. Ok so you’ve all probably noticed how much gluten free shit is around these days. Gluten free bread, gluten free pasta, gluten free is stamped on fricking everything. But is gluten something we – really- need to be avoiding? [SCIQ […]

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The Real Paleo Diet

The Real Paleo Diet

Since the 1970’s there’s been this fad diet that keeps going in and out of fashion. and one can generally assume that fad diets are…. well fads in five years people lose interest again and it will have turned out that we should have been eating more vegetables and fewer chips and less sugar water […]

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Debunking the paleo diet | Christina Warinner | TEDxOU

Translator: Kelly Burt Reviewer: Laura Díaz Aguirre Thank you, it’s a pleasure to be here. I’m an archaeological scientist and I study the health and dietary histories of ancient peoples using bone biochemistry and ancient DNA. I’m here because I want to talk to you about the Paleo Diet. It’s one of America’s fastest growing […]

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Mammoths vs. Mastodons: Can we ‘de-extinct’ them both?

Mammoths vs. Mastodons: Can we ‘de-extinct’ them both?

There’s a lot of buzz in the news about de-extinction. With the growing interest in technologies and research, that could possibly bring animals and plants back from being, well, extinct. One of the candidates high on that list is the woolly mammoth. They’re the closest relatives to our living Asian elephants today, and only widely […]

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‘The Great Dying’ Was Our Worst Extinction Ever, And It Could Happen Again

‘The Great Dying’ Was Our Worst Extinction Ever, And It Could Happen Again

When you think of mass extinctions you probably think DINOSAURS!!! Which I mean, that’s fair. Cuz, ya know, dinosaurs. But the greatest extinction event of all time wasn’t the dinosaurs at all. About 250 million years ago something caused even more species to die out — in an event called the end-Permian extinction, also known […]

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Thiamin, Carbs, Ketogenic Diets, and Microbes | MWM 2.14

Thiamin, Carbs, Ketogenic Diets, and Microbes | MWM 2.14

If you want to make your thiamin feel needed, the last thing you want to do is go on a ketogenic diet. But thankfully for you keto dieters out there, thiamin doesn’t have any feelings. A ketogenic diet has neurological benefits. Why do we have to eat such an enormous amount of food? Complex Science […]

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Making Stone Tools | Big History Project

Making Stone Tools | Big History Project

My name is Nicholas Toth. I am the co-director of the Stone Age Institute and a professor of anthropology at Indiana University. And I want to show you what our ancestors started doing about two and a half million years ago, that we can see on the African continent. The earliest archaeological record are very […]

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