New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 185
Research of the Week
Eating more protein during weight loss improves diet quality and helps retain lean mass.
Less microbial diversity, more severe COVID.
Cardamom for insulin resistance.
More saturated animal fat, fewer non-communicable diseases.
Japanese pickle consumption linked to lower blood pressure.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Kitchen Podcast: Living More With Less—Chatting Consumerism with the Minimalists
Primal Health Coach Radio: Chris Masterjohn
Some places are still getting strict…
Interesting Blog Post
Metabolic reasons to do HIIT.
Soybean oil consumption.
I’ll stick with avocado oil, thanks.
Did you know that dolphins choose their names? Here’s how.
Gluten-free restaurant guide for Kauai.
Interesting piece on an Argentine forest community.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
About time: People are making their own shampoo.
Interesting finding: In people with fatty liver, eating 6+ servings of fruit (often dried) and increasing calorie intake are bad ideas.
A safe assumption: Resistance is forming.
Interesting development: Mini nukes coming to Canada.
Interesting research: On the perpetually lean.
Question I’m Asking
What are you doing this weekend?
- If you love peanut butter, try this protein shake.
- Roman style braised artichoke.
One year ago (July 9 – July 15)
- Incredible Benefits of Barefoot Workouts —Why to do them.
- Why Am I So Hungry After Exercise?—Well, why?
Comment of the Week
“My husband is an international airline pilot, they have steam ovens on their planes. He brings sardines, beef jerky, nuts, etc. with him on his fights. We do not eat airport food. I am a Functional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, and we practice fasting and drink water w/Himalayan salt during travel days and regularly cook our own foods when we are vacationing and camping. Please choose wisely, people. Your whole future is counting on it.”
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