Saturday, February 2, 2013

Monthly Reading Roundup: January 2013

At the end of every month I've decided to do a summary posting including some of the interesting things I read (or in the process of reading) for that month. There are a variety of news articles, reports, journal articles, and the like I come across and share via twitter and other outlets. So, I though it might be useful to condense all these into one, monthly "reading roundup" posting, with book titles, research articles, and other news articles. In the future I hope to add a few more sections, like food recipes and exercises/workouts, but until then, stay tuned and happy reading!


A Life Without Limits: A World Champion's Journey, by Chrissie Wellington

The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Performance, by Jeff Volek and Stephen Phinney


"Adolescent neurodevelopment," Linda P. Spear (Journal of Adolescent Health, February 2013)

"Epigenetics and early origins of chronic noncommunicable diseases," G. Wang, S. Walker, X. Hong, T. Bartell, & X. Wang (Journal of Adolescent Health, February 2013)

"Biological contributions to addictions in adolescents and adults: Prevention, treatment, and policy implications," Marc Potenza (Journal of Adolescent Health, February 2013)


"Is fiber bad for you? The top 12 myths and the real truth about whether fiber is killing your insides," by Konstantin Monastyrsky  

"Amateur athletes could be taking dangerous fitness supplies," by Owen Gibson and Amelia Hill (The Guardian, February 1, 2013)

"PepsiCo will halt use of additive in Gatorade," by Stephanie Strom (NY Times, January 25, 2013)

"Why barefoot runners never win," by Matt Fitzgerald (Triathlete Magazine, January 23, 2013)

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