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Q&A 466: A Guide To Essential Amino Acids, The Best Fat Loss Supplements, Can You Gain Muscle If You're Old, Pelvic Tilt Fixes & Much More!

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  • The next time someone tells you canola oil and the like aren’t *really* that bad for you, ask them if they’ve ever heard of HNE. It stands for “4-hydroxynonenal.” HNE forms when corn oil, canola oil, and soybean oil are heated to a high temperature in the presence of oxygen. High reactivity of HNE results in damaging effects on different proteins, changing their function and stability. The formation of cross-linked HNE-protein adducts can influence the cellular senescence process and, therefore, contribute to organismal aging — yikes! "4-Hydroxynonenal (HNE) modified proteins in metabolic diseases" and "4-Hydroxy-Trans-2-Nonenal and Frying"...36:07

Q: Bruce asks: Hi Ben, do you have any advice for fixing an anterior pelvic tilt? I have done a ton of exercises for the last two years and I'm not seeing any real results...46:16

Q: Are LED lights bad for us?...53:01

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