New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week — Edition 129
Research of the Week
The human cerebellum stands out.
Postprandial glucose dips predict subsequent appetite.
Probiotics seem to help against COVID.
A study into set and setting in a Brazilian ayahuasca church.
Humans attribute more moral standing to animals they deem beautiful.
Feeding a Western diet to mother rats increases omega-6 content and lowers MCT and saturated fat content of the milk.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 489: Autumn Fladmo Smith: Host Elle Russ chats with Autumn Fladmo Smith, who used paleo to resolve IBS and anxiety and eventually go on to found Wild Pastures and Paleo Valley.
Episode 490: Dr. Anthony Balduzzi — The Fit Father Proejct: Host Brad Kearns chats with Dr. Anthony Balduzzi about fit fatherhood.
Health Coach Radio: Erin and Laura chat with Debora Wayne about the fact that everything is energy.
Nature is healing.
Interesting Blog Posts
Encounter with a buffalo.
Where did COVID come from?
Never thought I’d see this: the genetics of psychic ability.
Nutrient gaps in complementary feeding in East Africa, Southern Africa, and South Asia.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Interesting effect: A single shot of testosterone increases attraction to novelty.
This is why I eat chicken tikka masala postworkout: Curcumin for DOMS.
He’s right, you know: Do not dwell. Act!
We need more wild horses: They dig wells.
Interesting study: Fossil apes and human evolution.
Question I’m Asking
Are you dwelling or are you acting?
- People don’t grill enough carrots.
- Paleo Jamaican brown stew.
One year ago (May 1 – May 7)
- No Equipment at Home Arm Workout (12 Minute EMOM with Video) — No excuses.
- Floor Sitting: Do You Spend Enough Time on the Ground? — Well, do you?
Comment of the Week
“Myths are the poetic, archetypal, yes Paleo/Primal foundation of Sapien consciousness. Please reconsider using myth as a synonym for false belief.”
-Good point, Chris.
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