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Such a well written editorial this in @Open_HeartBMJ Superb..!! openheart.bmj.com/content/8/2/e0…
a must read for everyone... #MedTwitter #Cardiology
interesting points a 🧵👇
Metabolic acidosis is a chronic condition that
many people in the Western world have but
do not realize it... It occurs when there is
retention of acid in the body, which leads to
a depletion in the bicarbonate stores of the
body. Ways to test for low-grade metabolic acidosis👇
what are the Four main mechanisms that compensate for chronic latent metabolic acidosis?
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Daily Bookmarks to GAVNet 11/16/2021 greeneracresvaluenetwork.wordpress.com/2021/11/16/dai…
Horse meat and blowfish chips for sale? Company makes chips with flavors of ‘banned’ foods

usatoday.com/story/money/fo…

#foods #flavors #production #marketing
Measuring progress in megawatt: Colonialism, development, and the “unseeing” electricity grid in East Africa

onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/16…

#electrification #EastAfrica #colonialism #EconomicDevelopment #PostIndependence #NationalEconomies
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Excited to share our latest work - we use pan-neuronal 2 photon imaging to dissect how the #brain integrates multiple internal states to guide #food #choice! Fantastic work by @Dahaniel who took on this challenging project almost solo! #drosophila biorxiv.org/content/10.110… 1/21
We wanted to know what changes in the brain when animals #crave #foods. How do different internal states interact to change neuronal processing of #food #taste to alter feeding decisions? And can we use neurogenetics to identify causal brain regions driving food choice? 2/21
We had shown that when flies are protein deprived they increase their preference for protein-rich food like yeast. Food taste is key when deciding what to eat. But does the metabolic state alter taste processing and how do internal states change decisions? 3/21
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This pilot study found that certain strains of #bacteria in Parmesan cheese (which are derived from cattle gut, milk and the local #environment) can colonize + persist in the guts of people who consume the cheese on a daily basis: nature.com/articles/s4146… ImageImage
2/ The findings suggest that globalization must be impacting gut #microbiome composition in a growing # of people 👉 Think how an average USA supermarket imports cheese + other #foods from around the globe, meaning people are often consuming an “international” mix of #organisms
3/ I wonder if, in some people, the #gut is not prepared for influxes of so many different global organisms, and/or lacks #immunity against certain strains 👉 If yes, that cld partly explain why people who “eat locally” (their #food comes from the same area) sometimes feel better
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