There’s no excuse for ignoring your alarm clock anymore – some interesting research into morning light’s effects on our BMI. Northwestern University researchers found in their study that
the earlier this light exposure occurred during the day, the lower individuals’ body mass index
About 20 to 30 minutes of light in the morning can affect BMI and help keep you lean. It’s all down to our “caveman hard-core wiring” which means we are biologically pre-determined to wake up with the sun. Of course, just getting up earlier isn’t enough, you also need to get sufficient sleep:
Insufficient sleep in primitive times was read by the body: ‘Danger, store fat,’
Well, by eating 7 a day, a new study claims. The study notes that eating more fruit and vegetables than the currently recommended 5 a day can reduce your chances of dying at any particular age by up to 42%.
Tongues firmly in cheeks, Honda now bring us the Fit Kit – a build it yourself car because
What better way to have a personal connection with an object than to just build it yourself
Of course it’s all good fun, but beware…
The Fit Kit owner should be a tinkerer par excellence with a solid understanding of electronics to power up the Bluetooth® connectivity  and leading industry safety features like LaneWatch™ . Ideally, someone with a knack for propulsion to build the i-VTEC® engine and strong sense of interior design to lay out the 52.7 cubic feet of cargo space  with the Honda-exclusive Magic Seat®.
Alarm clocks on your iPhone are a dime a dozen. Here’s a unique take if you aren’t a morning person – a device that wakes you up to the smell of bacon. Once you’ve woken up with a rumbling tummy though, you’ll have to do the cooking yourself.
THE IMMORTALISTS- Trailer from David Anthony Alvarado on Vimeo.
Why do we seek immortality?
Easy: because the alternative is to die
As Bill Andrews, a famed long-distance runner & lab biologits and Aubrey de Grey, a theoretical biologist struggle to create eternal youth, The Immortalists follows them, telling us a tale of two eccentric scientists who feel the world is “blind to the tragedy of old age”. It’s a facinating documentary that asks us whether, even if we could live forever, should we?