Hey, I’m basing this end of year podcast on my newsletter format where I share something to Eat, Read, Watch or Listen to every week.
Today, I’ll be talking through my top 3 book suggestions, 3 podcasts I reckon you should listen to or revisit from my archive and 3 brilliant movies and series to watch!
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How to Live - Prof Robert Thomas
The Pain-Free Mindset - Dr Deepak Ravindran
The Paradox of Choice - Barry Schwartz
Sustainable Weight Loss - Dr Nick Fuller
Watercress as Medicine - Dr Kyle Stewart
The Female Ageing Brain - Dr Lisa Mosconi
High on the Hog
Meat me Halfway
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Sustainable Weight Loss Dr Nick Fuller
- Greenway, F. L. Physiological adaptations to weight loss and factors favouring weight regain. International Journal of Obesity vol. 39 1188–1196 (2015).
- Hall, K. D. Diet versus exercise in ‘the biggest loser’ weight loss competition. Obesity 21, 957–959 (2013).
- Lutter, M. & Nestler, E. J. Homeostatic and hedonic signals interact in the regulation of food intake. in Journal of Nutrition vol. 139 629–632 (American Society for Nutrition, 2009).
- Pietiläinen, K. H., Saarni, S. E., Kaprio, J. & Rissanen, A. Does dieting make you fat A twin study. Int. J. Obes. 36, 456–464 (2012).
- 6 steps to successful weight loss for women - The University of Sydney. https://www.sydney.edu.au/news-opinion/news/2020/01/21/6-steps-to-successful-weight-loss-for-women.html.
Watercress as Medicine Dr Kyle Stewart
- Phytochemical & Antioxidants — The Watercress Company. https://www.thewatercresscompany.com/phytochemical-antioxidants.
- DL, P., JM, Y., TW, K. & JW, F. Isothiocyanates: Translating the Power of Plants to People. Mol. Nutr. Food Res. 62, (2018).
- Hahm, E. R. & Singh, S. V. Bim contributes to phenethyl isothiocyanate-induced apoptosis in breast cancer cells. Mol. Carcinog. 51, 465–474 (2012).
- NS, G. et al. Metabolic targets of watercress and PEITC in MCF-7 and MCF-10A cells explain differential sensitisation responses to ionising radiation. Eur. J. Nutr. 58, 2377–2391 (2019).
- Fahey, J. W., Stephenson, K. K., Wade, K. L. & Talalay, P. Urease from Helicobacter pylori is inactivated by sulforaphane and other isothiocyanates. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 435, 1 (2013).
The Female Ageing Brain Dr Lisa Mosconi
- New Study Indicates Women Develop Brain Changes Associated with Alzheimer’s Disease Earlier than Men | Newsroom | Weill Cornell Medicine. https://news.weill.cornell.edu/news/2020/06/new-study-indicates-women-develop-brain-changes-associated-with-alzheimer’s-disease.
- Mosconi, L. et al. Perimenopause and emergence of an Alzheimer’s bioenergetic phenotype in brain and periphery. PLoS One 12, e0185926 (2017).
- Mosconi, L. et al. Sex differences in Alzheimer risk. Neurology 89, 1382–1390 (2017).
- Gava, G. et al. Cognition, mood and sleep in menopausal transition: The role of menopause hormone therapy. Medicina (Lithuania) vol. 55 668 (2019).
5. Samieri, C., Okereke, O. I., Devore, E. E. & Grodstein, F. Long-term adherence to the Mediterranean diet is associated with overall cognitive status, but not cognitive decline, in women. J. Nutr. 143, 493–499 (2013).