Exactly how many years have they been setting--and changing--the target?
Obviously we'd prefer Star Trek. But I make the odds at no better than 50-50.
I'm no lawyer, but it sounds like he may have a lawsuit.
It's an exhausting minute, but, hey, it seems worth a try.
Is one minute the shortest possible H.I.I.T. workout or will I be writing about a 30-second workout soon?
I think one minute may be the limit. We are still looking for the exact sweet spot in terms of how little intense effort people can do and still get significant health and fitness benefits. So far, it looks as if three repetitions of 20-second intervals is the lowest effective load. But we are still experimenting. Stay tuned.
If this is right--it's been noted here that diet research is frequently untrustworthy--it should be good news for a lot of people.
You just knew this was coming:
That’s it, folks. There’s nothing left to eat. With news this week that salad may be hazardous to your health, it’s clear we all need to stop eating altogether.
Let’s face it, food is a killer. . . .
Despite all the schizophrenic diet advice consumers hear on a daily basis, one thing has remained consistent: vegetables are good for you. But no more. Now, salad’s a killer. According to a new “study” (produced by researcher who must have looked around and said, “There’s nothing left to demonize! How will I make a name for myself?”), salad is making you feel anxious, depressed, and unable to fall asleep, among other disturbing outcomes.
I rather suspected this.
"Salt is bad for you" and 16 others.
As an appendix-less American, I found this short piece interesting.