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New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 214


Research of the Week

High cord levels of unmetabolized folic acid (from fortification and synthetic vitamins) is a strong risk factor for autism.

Preliminary results with a new cancer drug are very positive.

Why the combo of fat and sweet is so potent.

High HDL protects against LDL oxidation.

Ancient ancestors consumed dairy from many different species.

Reminder to sit less and lift more.

New Primal Kitchen Podcasts

Primal Health Coach Radio: Clark Lagemann

Primal Kitchen Podcast: Author Ben Greenfield’s Unconventional Methods for Better Health and a Happy Marriage

Media, Schmedia

Oxford City Council bans meat.

COVID made new billionaires.

Interesting Blog Posts

The Broken Science Initiative.

Are wearables even accurate?

Social Notes

Been swimming more.

Everything Else

Turns out that animal foods are perfectly healthy.

The centrality of the nose.

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

Great case study: Resolution of rheumatoid arthritis using a Paleolithic ketogenic diet.

Interesting video: What did ancient people eat?

Another nice video: How sweet fatty junk food rewires the brain.

New DNA study: Beethoven’s DNA.

Fascinating: What happens when you eat only fast food beef patties for a month?

Question I’m Asking

Do you think there are physiological or metabolic differences between eating a meal alone and eating the same meal with friends and family?

Recipe Corner

Asaparagus quiche.

Argentine pork chops.

Time Capsule

One year ago (Mar 18 – Mar 24)

Primal Guide to Bulking—Gain good weight.

Dear Mark: Colostrum—All about colostrum.

Comment of the Week

“Thanks, Mark for your comments re swimming.

I hope you don’t mind if I share a personal story?

My teenage years were spent in Germany and Germany, I might add, has the best indoor and outdoor pools in the world. While in high school there in the 1980’s, every Friday, our last two periods were devoted to mandatory swimming where the instructor would teach us proper swimming techniques the first hour and allow for a free play after that. My passion for swimming was born and I have not stopped swimming since. I love it! Like you said, swimming is not just about cardio but also about strength training & has many, many cognitive benefits, too. I swim 4 times a week- 45 -60 minutes.

Thanks again.”


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