New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week — Edition 145
Research of the Week
The genetic basis for rhythm.
Tennis is linked to longevity. Playing, not watching.
Neanderthal and Denisovan blood groups.
A 5 day water-only fast improved metabolic biomarkers in adults.
There is such a thing as too much free time.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 516: Dr. Stephanie Estima: Host Elle Russ chats with Dr. Stephanie Estima, a chiropractor specializing in metabolism and female physiology.
Episode 517: Leslie Klenke: Host Elle Russ chats with Leslie Klenke, a former colleague of mine and now a Life and Business Coach.
Episode 518: John V. Petrocelli: John returns to the podcast.
Health Coach Radio: Devin Burke on why poor sleep is the symptom, not the cause of your problems.
The extensive health benefits of dog ownership.
Plant-based diets are a luxury of developed countries. They aren’t realistic for most populations.
Interesting Blog Posts
Want to reduce your hedonistic impulses? Move to the mountains.
Go on adventures.
You can have it all.
Who among us hasn’t been “inspired by animals who breathe through their butts“?
Goeth used a standing desk.
Why are people leaving their jobs?
I wouldn’t mind a fish fin attached to my body.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Both are important: The definitions of “Primal.”
Interesting move: China limits kids to three hours of video games a week.
I’m always surprised by what birds can do: Ducks mimic human speech.
There’s a use for everything: The “peevolution.”
Reminder: Gut feelings are real.
Question I’m Asking
Which trait or appendage from an animal would you choose to have?
- Chicken thighs are the best part of the bird, especially crispy ones.
- Thai curry really is the best curry.
One year ago (Sep 4 – Sep 10)
- Why Am I Waking Up at 3am?— Why?
- All About the Liver, and How to Support Your Favorite Detoxification Organ— Everything you need to know.
Comment of the Week
“Back in the Dark Ages, when I was in high school, the school got a trampoline. It was big but completely unenclosed and therefore dangerous. The first person to use it promptly bounced off onto the floor and broke her arm. The school overreacted by getting rid of it. Most of us never got a chance to try it. Probably instruction and equipment have both improved since then.”
-People growing up now don’t realize how wild school used to be, Skeezix.
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