Cutting Sodium by Adding MSG, Measuring When People Give Up on Books, and How Giving Advice May Mean You Crave Power
Learn about how replacing salt with MSG can actually help you cut back on sodium; the Hawking index, a mathematical measure of when people give up on books; and why giving too much advice might mean that you crave power.
In this podcast, Cody Gough and Ashley Hamer discuss the following story from Curiosity.com about the Hawking Index, a mathematical measure of when people give up on books: https://curiosity.im/33dFRLB
Cutting Sodium by Adding MSG by Kelsey Donk
- Study finds glutamates such as MSG can help reduce Americans’ sodium intake | EurekaAlert! — https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2019-11/epr-sfg110719.php
- Current Sodium Intakes in the United States and the Modeled Effects of Glutamate Incorporation into Select Savory Products | MDPI — https://www.mdpi.com/2072-6643/11/11/2691
- After-Dinner Headache? MSG Is Probably Not To Blame. | Curiosity.com — https://curiosity.com/topics/after-dinner-headache-msg-is-probably-not-to-blame-curiosity
- Why Power Seekers Give Advice | INSEAD Knolwedge — https://knowledge.insead.edu/leadership-organisations/why-power-seekers-give-advice-9626
- Advice giving: A subtle pathway to power | Institutional Knowledge at Singapore Management University — https://ink.library.smu.edu.sg/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=6779&context=lkcsb_research
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