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Noodles with Black Bean Sauce - JaJahngMyeon

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Updated on October 15, 2019

Made famous in Korea many decades ago by Chinese immigrants, JaJahngMyeon is Korea's version of spaghetti with tomato sauce. Read more about Noodles with Black Bean Sauce - JaJahngMyeon

 

How to Gently Loosen A Frozen Shoulder

The definitive cause of frozen shoulder, also called adhesive capsulitis, is unknown. Some believe it is a self protective mechanism to prevent damaged tendons from becoming further damaged. Others point to an autoimmune mechanism that creates inflammation. Read more about How to Gently Loosen A Frozen Shoulder

 

Does Saving More Lives Lead to Perpetual Overpopulation?

Here, Bill Gates brilliantly explains why efforts to eradicate preventable diseases won't lead to perpetual overpopulation.

Yes, saving kids from dying due to diarrhea, polio, and malaria will contribute to a bigger world population, but history and statistics clearly show that as populations get healthier, people choose to have less progeny. Read more about Does Saving More Lives Lead to Perpetual Overpopulation?

 

Another Way To Improve Insulin Sensitivity

As a followup to a previous post on How to Improve Insulin Sensitivity, Blood Sugar Regulation, and Body Composition, this is an option for those who may be limited in their ability to do bodyweight squats. Read more about Another Way To Improve Insulin Sensitivity

 

Try This To Improve Insulin Sensitivity, Blood Sugar Regulation, and Body Composition

To improve your body's ability to store glucose as glycogen in your skeletal muscles, try doing some body weight squats before each substantial meal. Even one set of 10 to 20 body weight squats is enough to prime and prepare your skeletal muscles to act as receptive storage sites for glycogen. Read more about Try This To Improve Insulin Sensitivity, Blood Sugar Regulation, and Body Composition

 

The Nuances of Saying Sorry

Hey Dr. Ben,

Your vlog made me wonder if you've covered the importance of apologizing when you've done something wrong and how to apologize?  If not, I'd love to know your thoughts on this topic.  My fiance and I don't argue very often but when we do, the issue of who owes who an apology is usually a point we have tension over. Read more about The Nuances of Saying Sorry

 

How to Forgive Someone Who Isn't Sorry

From Our Mailbag:

Hi Dr. Ben,

I'm 59 years old and am hoping that you can help me with an issue that has been a heavy burden almost all my life. Read more about How to Forgive Someone Who Isn't Sorry

 

Psychedelics: Lifting The Veil - Dr. Robin Carhart Harris

"Robin has been conducting pioneering brain imaging studies of psychedelic drugs. Most recently, he has completed the first phase of a clinical trial looking at the potential of psilocybin to treat depression, and his talk looks at how these drugs can be used in treatment. Read more about Psychedelics: Lifting The Veil - Dr. Robin Carhart Harris

 

Sometimes You Just Have To Say Good-Bye

When I was in graduate school, I was lucky to be grouped with a fellow intern who I'll call Jason. Not lucky as in blessed to have a friend who I enjoyed spending time with; lucky as in fortunate to learn what I should stay away from.

I'm not going to attempt to be generous in my recollection of Jason. He was a prototypical user, someone whose idea of being a good friend was gracing you with his good looks over lunch in exchange for you picking up the tab. Read more about Sometimes You Just Have To Say Good-Bye

 

A Simple Way To Care For Your Hips - One Minute Daily

This is a simple way of restoring and maintaining hip mobility at any age.

While sitting on the ground or on a chair, start with your leg straight out in front of you, heel on the ground. Rotate your foot as far as it will go internally and externally and alternate between these two end points, really feeling this range in your hip. Read more about A Simple Way To Care For Your Hips - One Minute Daily

 

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