New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 169
Research of the Week
Red meat is good for older people (and younger).
Using dairy to lose weight has better cardiometabolic effects than losing weight without dairy.
Dairy can improve zinc absorption.
Longitude within time zones and cancer risk.
Links between excessive napping and Alzheimer’s.
Monkeys in “fragmented forests” adapt to their surroundings by eating fewer calories and reducing activity.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Kitchen Podcast, Episode 22: Finessing the Role of the Fitness Coach With James Fitzgerald
Primal Health Coach: Stephanie Dodier has a non-diet approach to health.
Nestle admits the obvious.
Interesting Blog Posts
The case for ditching daylight savings.
The link between high altitude living and longevity.
Protein intake and kidney health: not what it might seem at first glance.
New mouthguard tracks head hits in contact sports.
A tale as old as time: eggs are good.
Were all those “vaping-induced lung injuries” back in 2019 actually caused by undiagnosed COVID?
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Important point many miss: Devices are designed to guide and hone your intuition.
One does wonder: Does meditation actually provide benefits?
Reminder: This is what the “experts” want you to eat to save the world and your health.
Interesting claim: That artificial intelligence will make humans more important in war, not less.
Simple relationship: More dietary and plasma magnesium, lower blood gluose.
Question I’m Asking
Does meditation work for you?
- Potato dominoes.
- Protein pancakes. Nice little treat.
One year ago (Mar 12 – Mar 18)
- Proper Squat Form: Common Mistakes You Might Be Making — Don’t make them.
- Is Fear of Success For Real? — Well, is it?
Comment of the Week
“I’m so glad you wrote about the importance of not neglecting friendships. I have been meaning to contact a long-time friend that I haven’t seen in years. We had chatted last fall, and it’s been months since I last texted her. But your post motivated me to send her a quick message, and now we have a lunch date planned for next week! It’s all too easy to let weeks turn into months turn into years. Thank you, Mark.”
-Be like Daniela.
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