Run for your life, quote

  
one of the most important recovery drills couldn't be more straightforward: sleep


#nowreading Run for your Life
Are You a Carboholic? Why Cutting Carbs Is So Tough

  
about carb-cravings
and how (speculative) our bodies (we) work

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/07/19/well/eat/are-you-a-carboholic-why-cutting-carbs-is-so-tough.html

I’ve been eating a high-fat, carb-restricted diet for almost 20 years, since I started as an experiment when investigating nutrition research for the journal Science. I find it’s easy for me to maintain a healthy weight when I eat this way. But even after two decades, the sensation of being on the edge of a slippery slope is ever-present.

and response
What Taubes may not be aware of is that there is no need to propose a speculative new explanation for why we crave desserts, because researchers have already provided an explanation that’s quite compelling. And it doesn’t involve insulin.

http://www.stephanguyenet.com/why-are-some-people-carboholics/
Run for your life

  
New book from Dr. Mark Cucuzzella
He's interwiewed un this episode

Run to the Top #Podcast | The Ultimate Guide to Running: Run for Your Life - How and Why with Dr. Mark #Cucuzzella: http://runnersconnect.libsyn.com/rttt-2018-09-26-mark-cucuzzella-run-for-life
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