New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 179
Research of the Week
Among patients with invasive breast cancer, metformin does not seem to help.
“Long COVID” doesn’t appear on any blood tests.
Resistance training and mortality.
Stonehengers ate cattle lung.
The gut regulates emotions in women.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Kitchen Podcast Episode 30: Kelly Leveque on Weight Loss, Blood Sugar, Cancer and Pediatric Nutrition e
Primal Health Coach Radio: Kimberly Spencer
“Medical breakthroughs” on social media versus in reality.
How TRT is changing aging.
Interesting Blog Posts
For a little while, New York was oyster heaven on Earth.
Grass is the crop, cattle the combines.
What’s the worst that can happen?
Is it really the answer?
Is this the oldest tree in the world?
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Uncharted territory: Genetic embryo testing (and selection) is here.
Good idea: Walking groups for men (and women, for that matter).
Interesting article: On rebound COVID after using Pavloxid.
Unsurprising: More eggs, less metabolic syndrome.
Quite the quote: “the weight of animal evidence compellingly shows that randomizing pregnant or lactating humans to diets that include high linoleate oils as the sole source of fat would be frankly unethical because they would result in suboptimal child development”
Question I’m Asking
What are your summer goals?
- I prefer just eating them plain and raw but this is a good sugar snap pea recipe.
- Nigerian pepper soup.
One year ago (May 21 – May 27)
- The Real Mediterranean Diet—The real Med diet hasn’t been tried.
- Foot Health for Better Ankles, Knees, Hips and Back (Plus 7 Foot-Strengthening Exercises You Can Do Anywhere) —Keep it strong down there.
Comment of the Week
“i hate small talk, i do not see any use in it….”
-Try asking questions. Better way to frame it.
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