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10 May, 2020 07:38

Struck, stressed & binging? Paul Laursen, former lead of physiology for New Zealand Olympic athletes

As millions of people around the world seek relief from Covid-19 stress in comfort foods, could that be making the pandemic even worse? The ravaging effects of sugar on our bodies have been well documented but new findings about the virus’ biology indicate that it may have found a way to weaponize our sweet tooth. How can we deal with Covid-19 without becoming its accomplice? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Paul Laursen, former lead of physiology for New Zealand Olympic athletes and Paul Maffetone, clinician and coach.

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