Research of the Week
Afternoon exercise might be the most effective.
The oldest known horse riders identified to date.
Parasitic infections are still common in the US.
The older you are, the more steps you need (and benefit from).
Ancient DNA makes the picture of prehistoric Europe a bit clearer.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Health Coach Radio: Closing Your Client’s Intention-Behavior Gap with Monica Reinagel
Primal Kitchen Podcast: Can You Avoid Cancer?
Kids will eventually tire of cake and turn to fruits and vegetables, suggests a new WSJ article.
Erythritol has some trouble on its hands.
Interesting Blog Posts
What we get wrong about microbiome research.
Robb Wolf’s take on the erythritol study.
Nice overview of EVOO versus regular olive oil.
Healthy items at Whole Foods listicle has some quality picks.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
More obesity drugs: The latest one either inhibits or activates a new receptor site, but they’re not quite sure how it works. This will go swimmingly.
Interesting blog: On pausing alcohol.
I would try this: Wine mixed with milk.
Weird: AI forms images after reading brain scans (supposedly).
Fascinating hypothesis: Have male testoterone levels dropped because we’ve stopped doing physical labor?
Question I’m Asking
What does everyone agree with that you don’t?
Crispy air fryer sweet potato fries. Try dipped in PK Chipotle Lime mayo.
One year ago (Feb 25 – Mar 3)
Dear Mark: How to Freeze Produce—How to do it.
Embracing the Cold—How and why to do it.
Comment of the Week
“What do I believe that most people don’t? I believe in ghosts. Ghost believers only make up 45% of the US population. I never believed in them myself until we bought a 200 year old New England farmhouse and lived there for 9 years. It was a harmless ghost though somewhat mischievous.”
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