Stephan Guyenet, PhD
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Humans are a puzzling species. On the one hand, we struggle to survive on our own in the wild, often unable to solve basic problems, like obtaining food, building shelters, or avoiding predators. On the other hand, human groups have produced innovative technologies, sophisticated languages, and complex institutions that have permitted us to success...
@StefanFSchubert After reading @JoHenrich book "The Secret of Our Success", I've greatly updated in the direction of believing that media probably does affect how we think and behave, but we aren't very aware of it because culture acquisition is mostly a passive nonconscious process. – source
Stephan Guyenet, PhD2022-01-01T00:35:23.000Z
@Ingar30 There are so many people with similar stories. Healing Back Pain helped me tremendously. You should see the Amazon reviews for that book, literally thousands of people saying it cured their pain. It's great to see the concept being validated by mainstream science. – source
Stephan Guyenet, PhD2021-10-01T14:49:45.000Z
The scientifically-proven step-by-step solution to ending chronic painFrom back pain to migraines, arthritis and sciatica, over 1.2 billion people worldwide suffer from chronic pain. It’s a global epidemic that regularly resists treatment and can totally derail people’s lives. But it doesn’t have to be this way.This is the revolutionary message fro...
Gordon recently published a book about his method, which I read and enjoyed. – source
Stephan Guyenet, PhD2021-09-29T20:12:13.000Z
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Nutrition has long been considered more the domain of medicine and agriculture than of the biological sciences, yet it touches and shapes all aspects of the natural world. The need for nutrients determines whether wild animals thrive, how populations evolve and decline, and how ecological communities are structured. The Nature of Nutrition is the f...
The authors provide a helpful section in the methods on how to interpret nutritional geometry graphs, which is probably too long for me to screenshot here. I recommend their book The Nature of Nutrition for a more detailed discussion of the method. – source
Stephan Guyenet, PhD2021-06-12T23:09:01.000Z
Western Diseases, Their Emergence And Prevention
Their Emergence and Prevention
In this major synthesis of cross-cultural research, 34 distinguished scientists study 25 common metabolic and degenerative diseases characteristic of all advanced Western nations and then examine their incidence in developing countries, among both hunter-gatherers and peasant agriculturalists. Thus the authors provide a unique opportunity to compar...
@mark_suojanen @NutritionWonk @kevinnbass This book documents many examples of nutrition transitions around the world and their consequences. – source
Stephan Guyenet, PhD2021-06-07T20:03:27.000Z