Research of the Week
A personalized strength training program using genetic data is very effective.
Compared to real meat, fake meat doesn’t trigger the same rise in essential amino acids when eaten.
Belly fat and death in Europe.
Low light during the day and bright light at night increases the risk of psychiatric disorders.
Exercise remains the best remedy for Alzheimer’s.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Kitchen Podcast: The Link Between Dairy Intolerance and Dairy Genes with Alexandre Family Farm Founders Blake and Stephanie
Primal Health Coach Radio: Where Are the Wellness Jobs? With Carolyn Williams
Zac Efron spells out the dangers of excessive training and leanness.
Where are the dead bugs on windshields?
Interesting Blog Posts
Did heather domesticate humans?
“Why I’m not a big fan of anti-depressants.”
The Space Race plotted against Seattle trying to build a bike lane.
AI writes viral thread on productivity hacks.
“The corporate capture of the nutrition profession in the US…”
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
No free lunch: Genes that helped people survive the Black Death now increase the risk of autoimmune disease.
Not surprised: Neanderthals may have been carnivores.
Fascinating: The lost forest gardens of Europe.
Interesting: “Today’s older adults are cognitively fitter than older adults from the past.”
More Neanderthal research: Was there really a need for carbohydrates in Neanderthal diets?
Question I’m Asking
What do you do for Halloween?
Pumpkin bars, because sometimes you want a treat.
One year ago (Oct 22 – Oct 28)
7 Foods You Don’t Need to Buy Organic—Guide to safe foods.
Do Nuts Have Too Much Omega-6?—Well, do they?
Comment of the Week
“13 years later, “Escape from Vegan Island” is still one of the best things you’ve ever written. Thank-you for being a passionate, clear-headed beacon of hope and sanity.”
-Thanks, Kirk. That’s what I try for.
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