Research of the Week
Lower LDL, higher diabetes risk.
Host selenium deficiency not only leaves you open to infections, it promotes the mutation of benign viruses into pathogenic ones.
Researchers were able to have conversations with dreamers during REM sleep.
“One hectare of a milpa comprising maize, common beans, and potatoes can provide the annual carbohydrate needs of more than 13 adults, enough protein for nearly 10 adults, and adequate supplies of many vitamins and minerals, according to the study.”
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 470: Diane Forster: Host Elle Russ chats with Diane Forster, a world-renowned expert on blasting through mindset blocks.
Episode 471: Dr Josh Axe: Brad Kearns welcomes Dr. Axe to talk about his new book, Ancient Remedies.
Health Coach Radio: Dr. Al Danenberg discusses managing cancer through immune health.
Interesting Blog Posts
A good reminder that’s always relevant.
This seems unwise.
What do jobless men do all day?
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
I am not surprised: Breast milk is good for babies (in this case, babies’ gut barrier function).
Interesting finding: The average person has between 2-4 passions.
Do you agree?: “Work on things that aren’t prestigious” as career advice.
Another take on vitamin D: From Scott Alexander.
Question I’m Asking
Should “rich countries” switch entirely to lab-grown meat?
One year ago (Feb 12 – Feb 18)
- How Long Does it Take to Get Rid of Sugar Cravings After Going Keto? – Well, how long?
- 15 Minute Meal Prep: Keto Ground Beef Recipes – Spice things up.
Comment of the Week
“I do the same workout every day. A 4 mile hike in the woods. Then over the course of the day,. 3 sets of pushups, pull-ups, bodyweight squats and lunges. I sleep better this way. Two hard workouts per week always gave me insomnia.”
-Sounds ideal, Peter.