New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week — Edition 141
Research of the Week
More flavonoids, less cognitive decline (not the first time research has found such a connection).
Natural COVID infection seems to be pretty protective against future COVID infection.
Anemia on the rise in America.
Speaking of flavonoids, fisetin (a flavonoid found in apples, cucumbers, and strawberries) reduced COVID mortality in mice.
Using math to predict divorce.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 512: Tyler Cartwright: Host Elle Russ chats with Tyler Cartwright, back from the almost-dead.
Health Coach Radio: Eric Stein has created a place for coaches to share their digital presence.
Is Canada embracing regenerative cattle ranching for carbon sequestration? Hope so.
Great documentary on the immense pressure Olympic athletes face, if you have HBO.
Interesting Blog Posts
Although the accuracy of lifespans in Blue Zone countries is in question, here is an interesting piece on their drinking habits.
A response to a response about real meat vs fake meat.
Food is more than calories and sustenance.
The “Atlantis” of the North Sea.
Jake Gyllenhaal isn’t really into bathing.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Scary: Where have all the bugs gone?
Interesting post: Was ancient medicine that bad and ineffective, really?
Fascinating older article on AIDS and the corruption of medical science: “Out of Control.”
Interesting stat: 4.5% of the adult population are psychopaths.
Important: The interplay between sleep and the gut bacteria.
Question I’m Asking
What do you think about the prospect of psychedelics becoming mainstream?
- Almost no-carb crab salad.
- Never would have thought of creamed shishito peppers.
One year ago (Jul 31 – Aug 6)
- Making Distance Learning Work— Make it work.
- Why You Need to be Taking L-Theanine — A true chill pill.
Comment of the Week
“I once walked a man off the Golden Gate bridge who was going to jump. I happened to be there just killing time before meeting some friends for dinner. I noticed he was distressed and behaving oddly (obsessively looking down at the water, not the gorgeous views). I chatted him up, walked him to a bench on the South end and sat down and listened to his tale of woe for about 40 minutes then gave him a ride to BART so he could catch a plane. I suppose the skills were just paying attention and empathy.”
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