New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 184



New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 184 1

Research of the Week

The Western world is lagging on unprocessed meat intake.

Keto helps patients with severe mental illness who don’t respond to other treatments.

Differing effects on overall mortality among COVID vaccines.

Natural immunity still works.

At least in England and Wales, extreme cold was more responsible for excess deaths than extreme heat.

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

Circadian medicine goes mainstream.

Nice piece against baby food pouches.

Interesting Blog Posts

A response to George Monbiot.

Don’t let nerves control you.

Social Notes

Important to remember: cigarettes are still bad for you.

Incredible story.

Respect the sun.

Everything Else

Did you know that dolphins choose their names? Here’s how.

Which whisks whisk best?

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

Fascinating: Dogs freely choose a macronutrient ratio of 30% protein, 63% fat, and 7% carbohydrate.

Interesting paper: On heavy metal.

Interesting finding: Fasting may help against COVID.

Wrong: Fake meat the “best investment” for climate.

Interesting research: How pregnancy affects marathon times.

Question I’m Asking

Are you worried about COVID anymore?

Recipe Corner

  • Thai chicken mango salad is extremely refreshing for summer.
  • Carnivore fried chicken strips.

Time Capsule

One year ago (July 2 – July 8)

  • What Causes Intrusive Thoughts and How to Stop Them —How to do it.
  • 8 Recovery Methods: What to Do After Your Workout—How to make the most of your training.

Comment of the Week

“I don’t have snake oil handy right now, but I do know that calendula balm made with avocado oil and a bit of beeswax is amazing on burns. Burns from a hot pan or a bad sunburn, it will turn a painful injury into a mild one. It also works very well at reducing inflammation from bee stings and bug bites.

Downside is that depending on how extensive the sunburn is, you’ll have to look like you fell into a vat of vaseline for a day or so.”

-Nice burn care tip from JP.

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