Research of the Week
High circulating ketone levels reduce cardiac inflammation and inhibit the progression of heart failure.
Psychological distress and loneliness are way up.
Analyzing the genetic imprints of the animal skins used for the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Why weed makes you go, “Whoa.”
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 426: Mark Sisson: Host Elle Russ chats with yours truly.
Episode 427: Ron Sinha: Host Brad Kearns chats with Dr. Ron Sinha about the “Covesity Pandemic.”
Primal Health Coach Radio, Episode 63: Laura and Erin talk with Amy Berger about the primacy of context.
Glad to have the Nutrition Coalition on the job.
It’s not so much the chlorinated chicken that disturbs me, but the reason why chlorinating chicken is necessary.
Interesting Blog Posts
Why does sleep deprivation kill? Might be the gut.
76 acre farms are about the ideal size by some measures. Agile and productive and resilient.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
While we wait for a long term study on carnivore health: Somatic health in the Indigenous Sami population.
Interesting paper: The one exploring the interactions between vitamin D and the coronavirus.
Video I liked: 3D reconstruction of Australopithecus sediba walking.
Some of you will enjoy this: Beer probably good for cardiovascular health.
More “paradoxes”: Butter beats margarine, again.
Question I’m Asking
What has you excited?
- Instant Pot honey mustard chicken and potatoes. Lose the potatoes if you want it low-carb.
- Chicken pesto cast iron meatza.
One year ago (May 31 – Jun 6)
Comment of the Week
“Can’t wait till I’m 130 years old. Max aerobic heart rate will roughly equal resting heart rate so I can finally burn maximum fat in my Barcalounger.”
– Great idea, Neanderchow.
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