New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 183



New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 183 1

Research of the Week

Microdosing may improve mental health.

Maize consumption and cannibalism.

After a concussion, it’s probably smart to limit screen time.

How’s your “Darwinian fitness indicator,” men?

Complex dietary shifts in ancient Serbia triggered by the Neolithic.

High-fat Med diet beats low-fat diet. Every time.

New Primal Kitchen Podcasts

Primal Kitchen Podcast: Former City Slicker and TikTok Sensation Brian Brigantti Talks Homesteading and Permaculture

Primal Health Coach Radio: A Holistic Approach to Your Finances

Media, Schmedia

Eating meat good.

Interesting Blog Posts

A new LDL phenotype.

Authoritarianism never works.

Social Notes

I answered some questions from Twitter.

Ancient knowledge.

Everything Else

Interesting scientific controversy.

How big were Ancient Greek and Roman homes?

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

Unsurprising: Study finds that fake meat needs to be much cheaper for consumers to actually buy it.

Interesting: Early meat-based endurance athlete.

Interesting article: The role of seafood in the Irish diet.

Whadya know: Regenerative agriculture pays.

Interesting research: Snake oil works (against sunburn).

Question I’m Asking

Are you being kind to yourself? You should be.

Recipe Corner

  • Cheesecake-stuffed strawberries are extremely decadent.
  • Another dessert: zabaglione.

Time Capsule

One year ago (Jun 25 – July 1)

  • Getting Into Fitness at Age 50 and Beyond —How to do it.
  • Preparing for a Primal Road Trip —How to prepare.

Comment of the Week

“At 85, her grandchildren are likely parents, themselves. I’d bet she can lift her great-grandkids.

Unless that’s 90Kg, I’d advise against lifting the grandchildren.”

-Never know, hate_me.

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