New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 161



New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 161 1Research of the Week

Omicron outcompetes Delta in hosts with previous COVID immune history..

Locating a forest outside a prison improves mental health and behavior inside the prison, even if the prisoners can’t see the forest.

Lower blood insulin levels, lower chance of getting COVID.

What you believe about aging might affect how you age.

A gene that reduces sugar absorption.


New Primal Kitchen Podcasts

Primal Health Coach Institute: Laura Rupsis.

Media, Schmedia

Short sellers target Beyond Meat.


Interesting Blog Posts

Sounds like this guy returned to a childlike state of engagement.

How cats move.

Social Notes

Did you remember to resolve for more?

New exercise just dropped.

Everything Else

Young women are eating too little meat and dairy.

Joe Rogan goes meat+fruit.

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

Essential: Physical activity makes your brain more resilient against degeneration.

Imagine what it does in unhealthy adults: Nocturnal light exposure impairs circadian rhythm and energy metabolism in healthy adults.

Are you next?: The Matrix for cows.

Interesting potential: Insufflated supplementation.

Not surprised: Common pesticide found in children’s cerebrospinal fluid.

Question I’m Asking

Would you eat Matrix-fed beef?

Recipe Corner

  • Thai basil chicken. Thai basil really is incredible. Highly underrated.
  • Senegalese chicken (just sub avocado oil).

Time Capsule

One year ago (Jan 8 – Jan 14)

Comment of the Week

“”Did their hearts skip a beat seeing a human skull, mouth agape, raised off the floor by an unearthly force and welded into a pink stalagmite?’

Regarding Horror & Prehistory … I know mine would!”

-Indeed, PaleoProgressive.

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