Research of the Week
Sufficient training may make meal timing less important for weight management.
Increasing handwashing at airports could have a huge impact on the risk of pandemics.
Dogs were probably domesticated during the Ice Age.
Using forced swim tests to determine a lab mouse’s depression probably doesn’t work.
How does ketosis impact appetite? A review.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 405: Sara Hall: Host Brad Kearns chats with Sara Hall, fresh off her amazing 2:22 marathon.
Episode 406: Paul Saladino, MD: Host Elle Russ chats with Dr. Paul Saladino about all things carnivore.
Primal Health Coach Radio, Episode 49: Laura and Erin do the year in review.
UAE Tour ends after two Italian cyclists test positive for coronavirus.
Interesting Blog Posts
Dave Feldman’s thoughts on LDL-P and other lipid issues.
Listing your European study abroad experience in your resume might not be a great idea.
“We developed an experimental model to assay transfer of bacteria during greeting exchange, and show that transfer is dramatically reduced when engaging in alternative so-called dap greetings known as the high five and fist bump compared with a traditional handshake.”
Things I’m Up to and Interested in
I can’t imagine anything going wrong with kids relying on this for their veggies: Ice cream with broccoli in it.
I’m happy to see it: New Zealand Beef+Lamb has started a global study on regenerative agriculture.
I’m unhappy to see it: Obesity remains on the rise.
I’m intrigued: Quarks and electrons may experience consciousness.
I am SHOCKED that food labels can be misleading: Are Foods Labeled “Low Sugar” Misleading Consumers?
Question I’m Asking
Will obesity ever go back down?
- Craving sushi? NomNomPaleo has you covered.
- Moroccan salad platters. The Mediterranean cuisines do the best platters.
One year ago (Feb 22–Feb 28)
- Can Keto and Cardio Mix? – Well, do they?
- Dear Mark: Fasting, Training, and Growth Hormone; Wear and Tear on the Arteries – A few questions answered.
Comment of the Week
“If you subtract the average 3.5 lbs. gained by the freshmen in the walking study from the standard “Freshman 15”, then they actually lost 11.5 lbs. Not too shabby! Walking does work.”
– That’s the math I like, jeff.
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