New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 157
Research of the Week
Coffee and tea drinking are linked to better brain health.
Limit (or choose wisely) the beauty products you use during pregnancy.
Ambient temperature distorts lab test results.
Anti-tick mRNA vaccines.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Episode 10: Mark Sisson Q&A On Breakfast and Fasted Training
Primal Health Coach Institute: Roudy Nassif is an engineer at Viva Rays, a company making some of the best blue-blocking glasses on the planet.
Being a former vegan can be dangerous.
San Francisco suspends weed tax to help dispensaries compete with drug dealers.
Interesting Blog Posts
“Evidence-based” preschool isn’t.
Nature is dangerous.
Never knew this about cheetah “supermoms.”
Modern parenting is hard and evolutionarily discordant.
Tyler Cowen’s prediction for Omicron in 2022.
The bison is back in Romania.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Interesting blog post: Tucker Goodrich responds to an article extolling the virtues of seed oils.
Great podcast: Brad Kearns interviews Dom D’Agostino.
Nice interview: With Mark Mattson.
Was it worth it?: There are billions of disposable masks in the ocean.
What we’ve known for some time: COVID particularly aggressive in the obese.
Question I’m Asking
Which early hominid are you?
- Thumbprint cookies bring back memories.
- Obe ata, a Nigerian pepper sauce. Just nix the canola oil and use avocado.
One year ago (Dec 4 – Dec 10)
- How Stress Affects Gut Health (and What to Do About It)— What to do.
- Setting Health Boundaries Around the Holidays— A good fence means good neighbors.
Comment of the Week
“With the advice to only ‘drift’ your knees past your toes in the deep lunge (but only if you are “advanced”), I think that you should look at some of the stuff done by ‘The Knees Over Toes Guy’.”
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