Research of the Week
Unintended effects of “child neglect” laws.
Mosquitoes love light pollution.
The Indo European expansion may have used ships, not just horses.
Why did duelers in the South use inaccurate weapons?
During energy restriction, both moderate and high volume lifting can preserve lean mass. Just lift!
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Health Coach Radio: Dallas Travers
Primal Kitchen Podcast: Peak Performance Through a Primal Lens with Brad Kearns
Is ice cream (a little) good for you?
Can anything stop the feral hog invasion of Texas?
Interesting Blog Posts
Setbacks are smaller than they appear.
The genetic timeline of the human brain and cognition.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Tradition always wins when it comes to food: Korean clay fermentation pots make better kimchi than modern steel or plastic ones.
Good transhumanism: Wearing fish skin to heal severe burns.
This is very bad: Ozempic, the new weight loss drug, causes a LOT of lean mass loss.
Fascinating: The founding crops of early agriculture were far more diverse than previously thought.
Interesting: Metabolic syndrome severity test.
Question I’m Asking
How’d you score on the above test?
Gluten-free but not low-carb, unless you leave out the noodles: Pho Saigon.
Thai basil chicken.
One year ago (Apr 8 – Apr 14)
Dear Mark: What is Turkesterone, and Can It Help Me Build Muscle?—Can it?
Are There Any Good Carbs?—Well, are there?
Comment of the Week
“Methane suppressants for cows to curb climate change.
Hmm… Would it stop farting in humans? It could be the blockbuster pill of the decade. Imagine teenagers beating a path to your door with $15 each for a pack of pills to stop farting before a big date night. Early retirement for whoever markets that. Dumber stuff has made people rich.“
-Not a bad idea..
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