New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 165

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Research of the Week

Fake plant milks: three times as expensive as dairy with fewer nutrients.

Pharmaceutical residues in rivers.

Droughts are decreasing.

More dietary creatine, less depression.

Acute CBD improves verbal memory recall.

Exercise right after vaccination increases antibody response without increasing side effects.

New Primal Kitchen Podcasts

Primal Kitchen Podcast, Episode 18: Falling in Love With Your Body With Danika Brysha

Media, Schmedia

Note how the idea that “plant-based meats” are the future is still implicit in this article critical of them.

A trillion dollars spent on statins, and what do we have to show for it?

Interesting Blog Posts

Cool post about head and visual stabilization.

Social Notes

Important.

Good thread.

Everything Else

Childhood obesity skyrocketed the past year.

Trees need weeds. I’m reminded of “junk DNA.”

Utah lowers legal blood alcohol limit for drivers, and fatal crashes drop.

More decentralization.

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

Big news: Vitamin D reduces autoimmunity.

Disgusting name: Milck

Troubling: The cognitive impact the pandemic response has had on children.

Where I have I heard about these foods before?: “We find that the top sources of priority micronutrients are organs, small fish, dark green leafy vegetables, bivalves, crustaceans, goat, beef, eggs, milk, canned fish with bones, mutton, and lamb.”

Interesting tool: Wood splitting sword.

Question I’m Asking

What happens when the neural implant or bionic eye you install goes obsolete and the company who made it goes out of business?

Recipe Corner

  • Wonton soup.
  • Carrot soup. I would use chicken stock instead of vegetable stock, and perhaps omit the carrot juice.

Time Capsule

One year ago (Feb 12 – Feb 18)

  • Dear Mark: Keto and Selenium Deficiencies—Something to Fear? — Should you?
  • DIY Parallettes: Plus a Dip Bar Workout — This is how to do it.

Comment of the Week

“I’ve made my husband (and best friend) of 44 years a handmade card and tomorrow night we will dress up and go to a Valentine’s Day Dinner & Dance featuring big band style music. He will write me a “Daily Sweet” email as he’s been doing (daily) for almost ten years.”

-Beautiful, Debbie.

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