New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 174


New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 174 1

Research of the Week

Less meat, more anxiety.

Breathing right is anti-viral.

Time restricted feeding increases locomotion.

BMI and mortality in the elderly.

Population and dietary changes in ancient Sicily.

New Primal Kitchen Podcasts

Primal Kitchen Podcast, Episode 27: Farming’s Future with Force of Nature Founders Robby and Taylor

Primal Health Coach Radio: John Berardi

Media, Schmedia

Texas troopers face body composition requirements.

So whole milk isn’t allowed but strawberry milk is just fine (unless it’s Vegan Friday).

Interesting Blog Posts

Beware of “evidence-based” preschool.

Steak-based diet. What do you think?

Social Notes

Funny how that works.

Fruit wants to be eaten.

Everything Else

How can you help?

Cheese is not like heroin.

Geologic catastrophes preserved through ancient oral traditions.

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

Interesting: Inflammation isn’t always a problem.

The more things change…: Great Atlantic article from the 1800s could have been written yesterday.

Interesting article: Time restricted eating “doesn’t work.” Will expand later.

Important question: Do statins really work?

Troubling: Mysterious hepatitis on the rise in children.

Question I’m Asking

What’s the story of your life?

Recipe Corner

  • Prosciutto chips.
  • Crispy chicken skins.

Time Capsule

One year ago (Apr 16 – Apr 22)

  • 8 Aerobic Workouts That Aren’t Running, Cycling, or Swimming— What else to do.
  • Sustainable, Eco-Friendly Kitchen Updates— Good updates.

Comment of the Week

“That dog food study was, indeed, infuriating. The craziest part was that dogs eating a raw meat diet fared better than those on the vegan diet, but the researchers decided to conclude that the vegan diet was better anyway.”

-Absurd stuff, Karen.

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