History Shows that Exercise Boosts Mood
However, learning about one study at a time has its drawbacks. If we aren’t familiar with the subject, we can’t compare the most recent findings with past research because we don’t have adequate knowledge for the task. This makes it all-too-easy to see the latest study as the definitive answer on a subject. If this singular study suggests that coconut oil is good for the brain, we are tempted to assume that the case is now closed – we should all start consuming coconut oil! The problem with this assumption is that perhaps the study was flawed. Or perhaps there are 312 other studies already in the books that suggest that coconut oil doesn’t do diddly squat for our brain. Does the singular recent study look a little different now? I sure hope so.