New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 162



New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 162 1Research of the Week

Humans gained energy surplus by getting better at acquiring energy, not conserving it.

Another protective gene variant against COVID has been found.

Cheese is great for gains.

Hormesis is universal.

New Primal Kitchen Podcasts

Primal Kitchen Podcast, Episode 14: Meditation Hacks, Habit Stacks and Yoga Pants with Todd McCullough

Primal Health Coach Institute: Erin Power.

Media, Schmedia

Turns out some of the numbers were wrong.

A “greenhouse gas guru” who defends meat.

Interesting Blog Posts

Beware the nocebo effect.

Interesting post on the lab leak hypothesis.

Social Notes

Stalin liquidated the dairy-farming kulaks to make way for soy production.

Road Warrior: great movie, great workout.

Everything Else

Turns out your skin can take care of itself if you treat it right.

A space plane would be cool.

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

Powerful piece: From Dr. Malcolm Kendrick.

Incredible case study: 19 year journey of ketogenic diet in GLUT1 deficiency, from neonate to teenager.

I would buy property next to this highway: A bee highway.

Interesting link: Linoleic acid and depression.

Was that so crazy?: 16 year olds used to be able to drive buses in the Carolinas.

Question I’m Asking

How are you?

Recipe Corner

  • Singapore noodles. Thai basil really is incredible. Highly underrated.
  • Dutch oven chicken, ideally with real fire and coals.

Time Capsule

One year ago (Jan 15 – Jan 21)

  • Carniflex: The Carnivore Diet with Strategic Leniency — A better way.
  • How to Use Collagen Powder: 12 Interesting Uses That go Beyond Smoothies — This is how to do it.

Comment of the Week

“On cats direct-registering, the blog is incorrect. Camels and giraffes are not the only other animals that move in such a factor. Foxes and coyotes are a very notable examples, as are bounders like the fisher and other mustelids.

As the winter grows it gets more difficult to find motivation to get outside and enjoy the woods, but there is no better season for following various animal tracks.

*Incidentally, you’ll be hard-pressed to find fisher tracks near bodies of water – they weren’t named for their tastes.”

-Thanks for the info, hate_me.

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