New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 151
Research of the Week
Overfeeding carbohydrates reduces antioxidant status, more so in overweight people.
Eating more dairy reduces fractures and falls in the elderly.
Women and obese people may be more sensitive to disturbed neural responses after Splenda consumption.
Seems like a lot of things originated in the Eurasian steppes.
Time in nature is priceless.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Episode 3: The Link Between Female Health and Fasting with Dr. Mindy Pelz: Morgan talks to Dr. Mindy Pelz about a controversial topic: women and fasting.
Health Coach Radio: Alex Wisch wants you to realize that all that lies between your goal and you are the small steps.
Vikings were in North America at least 1000 years ago.
At least they’re admitting it.
Interesting Blog Posts
What’s the most fattening food?
Men are at much greater risk from COVID than women.
Wait… now where have I heard of 4-HNE before? I wonder what food component increases it in the body…
The popularizer/”inventor”/”creator” of the “Flow State” has passed away.
Turns out that horses were domesticated while the mammoth was still walking around. Cool to think about.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
The case for having your vaccine administered by registered nurses rather than volunteers in parking lots: In mouse models, IV injection of mRNA vaccine induces heart damage. This could explain a lot.
Well deserved: Beyond Meat slumps.
Cool video: Chat between Nina Teicholz, Amber O’Hearn, Richard Morris, and Cynthia Thurlow about fat, protein, fat loss and much more.
Interesting study: Mapping the human genetic architecture of COVID-19.
Key words: Meat tax “may be necessary.”
Question I’m Asking
How are meat prices near you?
- I strongly support the baking of fruit.
- Thai laab, one of the greatest “salads” in the world.
One year ago (Oct 16 – Oct 22)
- The Definitive Guide to the Carnivore Diet— All about it.
- Dear Mark: What’s With the Bean Protocol? — Have you heard?
Comment of the Week
“Mark, I’ve been reading this site for 10 years now and do believe this is a treasure trove. However, the idea that any type of ‘mandate’ would ever be a good idea, let alone coincide with the general ideals of personal choice touted on this blog, is patently absurd. No matter if exercise is a good thing. Everyone has the right to self determination. If that means a ‘sedentary life style’ (due to any conceivable situation, such as working 3 jobs to pay the bills), then so be it. In a time when busy-bodies seek to micromanage those around them rather than remove the splinters from their own eyes, I’m dismayed to see that and ‘exercise mandate’ would even enter this blogs forum.”
-I agree with you on mandates. I was just curious to see what other people thought.
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