New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 175
Research of the Week
Evolutionary trajectories of various traits in different European populations over the millennia.
A ketone body suppresses colorectal cancer.
Sunlight, strength training, and seafood are a powerful combo.
Beautifying filters and hireability.
Remote learning decreased learning.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Health Coach Radio: Dr. Anna Cabeca
LA bans plastic takeout containers.
Interesting Blog Posts
What is brain fog, really?
Heat and the testicles.
2% relative risk reduction for giving up meat. Terrible deal.
The power of human excrement.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Once again we are right: Some cattle are better than none.
Speed saves: Walking pace and aging.
Interesting article: Everything in moderation or moderating everything?
More Interesting article: The myth of primitive communism.
Ever wonder?: Why we duel.
Question I’m Asking
What’s your favorite animal and why?
- Brain pâté.
- Pea soup with prosciutto chips.
One year ago (Apr 23 – Apr 29)
- Maximum Sustained Power Training, or MSP— How to train it.
- Thank Goodness for Failure— It’s a gift.
Comment of the Week
“Never grow up, never grow old.
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