The soundbite summary: Higher intake of dietary magnesium was associated with a reduced risk of all-cause and cancer mortality; supplemental & total magnesium was not (PMID 33684200).
“Calories In Calories Out” is not an attempt to explain all psychological, environmental, or lifestyle variables that affect why we eat. Instead, it explains what happens to the macronutrients you ate – regardless of why you ate them.
5 listener questions:
1. Reviewing the Acceptable Daily Intake standard of aspartame (e.g., diet coke)
2. Natural flavors in beverages
3. US vs. Europe standards
4. Cooking spray
5. Sweeteners, metabolism, cognition, and “confusion”
In the second part of our conversation about optimal performance, I’m focused here on how the most valuable indicator and predictor of athletic performance might not be the latest wearable device, but instead our actual performance data.