New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 177
Research of the Week
Mask wearing, even at rest, appears to increase CO2 to excessive levels.
Eating more protein during weight loss staves off muscle loss and increases the overall quality of the diet.
In advanced stage kidney disease patients, a very low protein diet offers no benefit.
Vitamin B12 deficiency is disastrous for babies (and everyone).
More strength, less depression.
The more species you see at the coast, the better you feel.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Kitchen Podcast Episode 29: Childhood Behavior and Preconception Care with Pediatric Naturopathic Doctor, Ari Calhoun
Primal Health Coach Radio: Chandler Walker
I am not optimistic.
Lettuce is the most common cause of food poisoning.
Interesting Blog Posts
Why are we basing food policy on terrible, unknowable, often incorrect data?
Trees are good.
Because it’s not about the environment.
Let kids be kids (and learn from them!).
If you exercise, your blood is anti-cancer.
The utility of weirdness.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Archaic revival: Tradition often gets things right.
Agreed: To truly fix diet-related disease, we must look inward.
Interesting thread: Population genomics in Ancient Eurasia.
I’d be surprised: The Dietary Guidelines committee may tackle ultraprocessed foods.
A tragedy on all fronts: Slavery didn’t even contribute to the rise of the American economy.
Question I’m Asking
Are you weird?
- Crispy shallots and shallot oil: one method.
- One of the greatest salads in the world: laab.
One year ago (Apr 30 – May 6)
- How to Grill Everything—the Ultimate Guide—Grill it all.
- Habit Stacking Microworkouts (aka Working Out Without Having to Think About It)—Work workouts into your life.
Comment of the Week
“I don’t like arrogant, cocky, narcissistic alpha people … unless they’re my surgeon!”
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