Research of the Week
Famine and pathogens may have driven lactase persistence Europe.
Being bombed is bad for kids’ mental health.
Poor countries with cheap meat produce great soccer players.
Alcohol consumption is malleable (and contagious).
Neuroinflammation and Parkinson’s disease.
Ultraprocessed food and cognitive function.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Kitchen Podcast: Decoding Your Genes for Data-Driven Health with Joe Cohen
Primal Kitchen Ketchup gets some love.
No more fake meat at McDonald’s.
Interesting Blog Posts
The value of backyard chickens in reducing food waste.
Wisdom from Robb Wolf.
On eating (or not) while flying.
That these are the only concerns they identify with blotting out the sun with atmospheric sprays says it all.
The spike protein is toxic to heart cells.
Ketones can enhance immune function.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Terrible study: Vitamin D supplementation linked to worse outcomes in COVID patients.
Great study: Rapid increase in vitamin D status increases resistance against sepsis and infection.
Lesson in there: Perceived walkability is more important than actual walkability.
You love to see it: Bear Grylls gets it.
Crazy: Armed cow vigilantes beat someone for selling beef.
Question I’m Asking
Do you think we should blot out the sun to lower global temperatures?
- Peaches are here, so make some gluten-free fresh peach cake.
- Shrimp salad (not like tuna salad; a salad with shrimp).
One year ago (July 23 – July 29)
- Gua Sha: Lymphatic Massage For the Face and Body? —What’s the deal?
- Is Perfectionism Ruining Your Health?—Could be.
Comment of the Week
“I have a recurring dream that I can do unlimited pull-ups. It is such a disappointment when I wake up:).”
-I’ve had this dream too.
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