No matter what you accomplish, achieve or do, somebody is always up to something far more epic than you are if you live your life through the lens of your Facebook news feed.
And that’s what we’re finding in lab animals — the brain and body actually perform better during fasting. In the case of the brain, cognitive function, learning, memory, and alertness are all increased by fasting. And in the body, we recently found that mice maintained on an alternate-day fasting diet during a month of treadmill training have better endurance than mice fed every day. So intermittent fasting enhanced the mice’s physical performance.
Sing a simple song and sprinkle some sacred dust.
As software engineers, we’re kind of spoiled in many ways. For the most part, we get to enjoy higher than average compensation, pretty good work-life balance, and a slew of interesting things t
Abstract. Studies suggest that sleep supports persistent changes in the neuronal representation of emotional experiences such that they are remembered better a