Research of the Week
Your fat cells know when you haven’t gotten sunlight. Don’t let them down.
The gut biome regulates motivation for exercise.
Worse indoor air quality, lower test scores.
Mediterranean diets would work great for IBD if it weren’t for all those darn grains!
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Kitchen Podcast: The Link Between Dairy Intolerance and Dairy Genes with Alexandre Family Farm Founders Blake and Stephanie
Primal Health Coach Radio: Danika Brysha
Interesting Blog Posts
Great piece on Chinese ancestry. Worth subscribing if you aren’t.
Is long COVID caused by micro clots?
Why is East Asia less happy than you’d expect given their GDP?
Scientists figured out what made Roman concrete so strong.
You can talk to the Bible now.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Great find: A boy and his wolf.
A huge missing piece to the environmental debate: People are underestimating how many herbivores this world once hosted.
Interesting article: The longevity secrets of ant queens.
Important findings: Top discoveries about ancient people from 2022.
Interesting story: When pastoral agriculturalists met Baltic hunter-gatherers.
Question I’m Asking
Are you still able to find eggs? How has it affected your diet?
Italian sausage breakfast casserole: Genius.
Stir fried eggplant. Make sure to swap out the “vegetable oil” for something better like avocado oil, and increase the pork.
One year ago (Jan 21 – Jan 27)
All About the Liver, and How to Support Your Favorite Detoxification Organ—How to keep it going.
How to Stop Drinking Coffee, and Why You Should Consider It—Maybe.
Comment of the Week
“Mark, the government websites state Linoleic acid, LA, is highly oxidative to our LDL portion of cholesterol.
Do you have data to the contrary?
Seed oils have been the scourge of our creation. Atherosclerosis skyrocketed after the creation of Crisco.
Do you have a contrary position?”
-No, I do not.
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