New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 126
Research of the Week
Seaweed-based edible food packaging.
Lower omega-3 index, higher risk of degenerative rotator cuff tears.
Researches can now use cave sediments to derive ancient human DNA.
Subtraction is hard.
If you’ve had Covid and want the vaccine, you might only need one dose.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 483: Terri Cole: Host Elle Russ chats with Terri Cole, relationship and female empowerment expert.
Episode 484: Joe Cohen: Host Brad Kearns chats with Joe Cohen about using personal genetics to optimize health and lifestyle.
Health Coach Radio: Erin and Laura chat with Natalie Gensits about marketing.
I’m sure this will go off without a hitch.
Interesting Blog Posts
A comprehensive history of humans, hunting, and meat-eating.
Dietary linoleic acid and torpor.
His faith is strong.
Humans can taste the difference between deuterium water and regular water.
A US senator proposes a bill to stop “Meatless Monday.”
You might be a mouth breather, but at least you’re not a leg breather.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Podcast I enjoyed: The one I did with Jorge Cruise, the Zero Hunger Guy.
Interesting article: Can you survive medical school believing in keto?
What do you think?: Should governments continue lockdowns?
This is terrible: British Dietetic Association supports the consumption of processed food for this one weird reason.
Fascinating: Jordan Peterson talks to Wim Hof, the Iceman.
The people at FilterOff have created FREE online dating events specifically for the Paleo & Keto communities.
Question I’m Asking
What’s your 5-year outlook? Where will you be? Where will the world be?
- I hope you’re doing sheet pan meals. This chicken and asparagus recipe is a fantastic entry point.
- Honey garlic salmon (honey, while being a sugar, actually reduces harmful compounds from forming during cooking when used as a marinade).
One year ago (Apr 10 – Apr 16)
- How to Improve Running Form: Introductory and Advanced Drills — How to run.
- What Your Relationship with Food Says About You — Well, what does it?
Comment of the Week
“Today was a good chance to spend more time outside for me. I’ve lately been going swimming 3 days a week at Golden Gardens beach. On nice days it’s really tricky parking there, like an airport. Today when I parked I took all I needed (bathing suit, towel and a jumprope) in my grab-bag so I wouldn’t go back to my car until I was actually leaving, so as not to disappoint a line of waiting cars. Since Chopin’s 1st piano concerto was on the radio when I arrived at the park I took an extra walk in the woods.
While this beach can be so crowded it may actually be good to have a mask available, I am not about to walk on a lonely trail in the woods wearing a mask, and I feel like a cat petted backwards when I see something doing that. This is time to enjoy my main guilty pleasures: hiking without a buddy, unmasked and unshod, and listening to classical music.”
-Sound like you’ve struck a great balance, Billy Gard.
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