Permanent intermittent fasting

Krista Varady explains the idea and its benefits in her book ‘The Every-Other-Day Diet’.
Here is the link to the purchase option on Amazon.

Note that this is not about what to eat, but when to eat. One could say that it is therefore not really a diet, but a pattern of eating. However, the Merriam-Webster online dictionary includes the meaning of ‘regimen’ in its article on ‘diet’, which amounts to ‘pattern’. Ordinary language often conflates things, and this is just another example of that.

“A full belly makes a dull brain.”
— Benjamin Franklin

“Dine with little, sup with less,
Do better still – sleep supperless.”
— Benjamin Franklin

“In general, mankind, since the improvement
of cookery, eats twice as much as nature requires.”
— Benjamin Franklin

[Health and Nutrition]
[health advice]
[book reference]
[book recommendation]

wanted software feature

– for gmail to have ‘read within the last 24 hours’ as one of its categories. If I read an email message on my cell phone, the message loses its ‘unread’ status, but I might want to remember to view it again when I’m at my computer. If this category exists, then I can simply routinely check it every time I check my email and catch an already-read email message that I wanted to look at again but might (sooner or later WILL) forget to do so because without this category it will have slipped over the horizon, being subject to the ‘out of sight, out of mind’ syndrome.
[user friendliness]
[Information Technology (IT)]
[user interface]

sum of exponents: Omega

The number of prime factors of a given number, counting their multiplicity, is given by the upper case prime omega function, i.e., Ω. For example, Ω(12) = 3. Note that Ω(n) is synonymous with the sum of the exponents in the canonical prime factorization of n.
(The lower-case omega function gives the number of prime factors, IGNORING multiplicity.)
Here is the link to the Wikipedia article on this.
[Number Theory]
[counting functions]