New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 143
Research of the Week
The presence of ketones in the blood upregulates a biomarker associated with better brain health.
Time-restricted eating paired with strength training sheds fat and builds muscle.
Less selenium, worse glucose control.
More protein at breakfast, less subsequent hunger.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 514: Danielle Schaaf: Host Elle Russ chats with Danielle Schaaf, a faith-based life coach.
Health Coach Radio: Allison Tenney wants you to bet on yourself.
Pleasantly surprised by this list of most eco-conscious foods.
Interesting Blog Posts
How diet can affect type 2 diabetes.
Imagine thinking like this about everything you eat.
Back at it.
The world’s greatest ape, folks.
Isn’t being in space enough?
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Sometimes it only takes a little: Just 80 acres.
Nature knows: Prescribed burns that emulate natural patterns can reduce catastrophe.
True: Another important public health crisis.
Good to see sleep in the popular media: Olympian sleep tips.
Interesting article: On ancient perfume.
Question I’m Asking
Do you work remote or in-person?
- Beautiful braised purple cabbage.
- King oyster mushroom salad.
One year ago (Aug 14 – Aug 20)
- Is Stevia Safe, or Bad For You?— Well, is it?
- Ambiguous Loss: It’s Okay to Grieve— It’s alright.
Comment of the Week
“I regularly talk to strangers. I rarely find someone who is rude about that, one woman in California while we were on vacation was memorable but apparently she thought I was a “nothing” and not worth her time, ok then, we don’t have to talk. I ride the train sometimes and talk to people who seem to be ok with it. One was a person who just got out of prison, I knew the judge that put him there and another was a person that knew where I worked (at the jail courtroom) and recognized me. Both were nice, pleasant people who were getting their lives on the right track. I got to color with a young person on a flight, taught me to bring colored pencils or crayons and coloring books with me on trips. I look directly in people’s eyes (because it’s not offensive where I live) and smile at them. One person walked by, came back and thanked me for the smile. I like talking to people, probably learned it from my mom.”
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