New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week — Edition 122
Hey folks! You may have noticed something a little different this Friday. Weekly Link Love is now our New and Noteworthy series. We’re following the same format that a lot of you have been reading for over a decade now: it’s a collection of interesting reads I found around the Internet over the week. Enjoy!
Research of the Week
The interaction between alcohol sales, crime, and how long a baseball game goes after the 7th inning.
Spending money on your pet might make you happier than spending money on yourself.
CEO facial aging responds reliably well to market and business stressors.
Soybean oil causes changes to the microbiome that look atherogenic.
Strength training is enough to reduce liver fat, even without weight loss.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 475: Dr. Al Danenberg: Host Elle Russ chats with ancestral periodontist and Primal Health Coach Dr. Al Danenberg.
Episode 476: Ryan Baxter: Host Brad Kearns chats with Primal Health Coach Ryan Baxter about the power of nasal breathing.
Health Coach Radio: Meredith McCarty thinks you might just be your own bottleneck.
Will Princepal Singh be the first Indian in the NBA?
Interesting Blog Posts
Cows: part of the solution.
What one person learned helping thousands get off anti-depressants.
What’s good for the Hadza…
Don’t forget to meander.
The app that lets you sabotage your own Zoom meetings.
Can Covid change your personality?
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
This looks bad: Controlling for energy intake, added fructose or sucrose increases liver fat; added glucose does not.
Interesting article: Lost in Thought: The Psychological Risks of Meditation
What do you think?: Is it time for a lockdown on sugar?
This is interesting: Vaccine passport roadmap for the EU.
Great news: More HDL, lower covid severity.
Question I’m Asking
How are you training lately?n
- Is this the world’s best braised cabbage?
- Sometimes you just want to roast some carrots.
One year ago (Mar 5 – Mar 11)
- Should You Track Sleep? – Well, should you?
- 10 Ways to Stop Secretly Sabotaging Yourself — Stop doing it.
Comment of the Week
“As a retired Latin teacher, I am completely in love with etymology! My favorite and very applicable Latin word used in English is addict. We live in a world full of addictive substances. Ad means to or toward (think advance). Dict, like diction or dictation, means speak. When you’re addicted, that substance keeps speaking to you!”
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