Research of the Week
National handgrip score predicts Olympic medal tally.
Got super high cholesterol? Might be the carbs.
An EVOO-based high-fat diet causes a good kind of gut dysbiosis that lowers the risk of colon cancer.
How time has passed for people during the pandemic: for half it sped up, for half it slowed.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 432: Jon Venus: Host Elle Russ chats with fitness expert Jon Venus, former vegan who’s now embracing ancestral omnivory.
Episode 433: Brian Gryn: Host Brad Kearns chats with Brian Gryn about intermittent fasting.
Primal Health Coach Radio, Episode 68: Laura and Erin get geeky with Dr. Michael Ruscio about gut health.
Homo erectus was a lot stockier than we imagined.
The Mayans had an impressive highway.
Interesting Blog Posts
Where has the time gone?
Malcolm Kendrick has lost faith.
Signaling virtuous victimhood might be a warning sign.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
I’m not surprised: Spiritual training begets a sense of spiritual superiority.
Interesting important article: About the many benefits of regenerative agriculture.
Interesting important video: Allan Savory on how regenerative agriculture can change the world.
Good overview on the topic: All the research the USDA has ignored on saturated fat.
Great article: Tim Noakes on reversing type 2 diabetes.
Question I’m Asking
In a few days, Robb Wolf and Diana Rodgers are releasing their seminal book on the importance and necessity of regenerative agriculture for both human and planetary health: Sacred Cow. This is important, guys, really important. If you agree, and you think this might just be able to change the world, please consider pre-ordering the book. Once you do, submit your receipt to www.sacredcow.info/book and receive $200 worth of bonus incentives.
Could you do that?
One year ago (Jul 4 – Jul 10)
Comment of the Week
“I stick to the purple rain.”
– I like how you think, Groktimus.