The way how we eat is obviously important. In the past, many researchers have conducted studies where they wanted to know the difference between people who were vegetarian, vegan, and omnivore. In this article, I cover a study where they were interested whether people differ in the rate of mental illnesses. The results may surprise you.
I’ve written a post about the current modern equivalent of a traditional viking diet before; The New Nordic diet. While the scientific approach to the New Nordic diet proved useful, considering it has had some important positive outcomes in different studies, the Vikings of the old ages actually did eat somewhat differently. This article explores how exactly.
Game of thrones and the “A Song of Ice and Fire” series have been described as food porn by some, with its vivid and imaginative descriptions of food and feasts written by George R.R. Martin. Being a huge geek that loves the fantasy world of Westeros, I had to take a crack at the healthiness of their diets.
Why is science so important in our life? Many of you ask yourselves that question each day. Countless of high school students among you like to keep the mantra “Why do we have to study mathematics, physics and other abstract things” thinking you will never need it in your life. The next 8 videos should give you plenty of reasons why.
A group of neuroscientists was interested in differences that would occur when vegans, vegetarians, and omnivores would have to watch two different things. The observed results give us some interesting insights about vegetarian and vegan brain activity. Continue reading