Research of the Week
Zinc is helpful against COVID.
Light to moderate alcohol intake is associated with slower aging according to a few different epigenetic models.
The problem of reporting relative rather than absolute effects in studies.
Sleep loss and exercise performance: it’s a bad combo.
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: Don’t Let Your Branding Sabotage Your Coaching with Naomi Gee
Rewilding wolves by shooting them with paintballs.
A “pandemic amnesty“?
Interesting Blog Posts
Diabetes “reversal” with low-carb diet.
Why we need to talk about adverse effects of psychedelic therapy.
Can Artificial General Intelligence ever work?
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Important area of research: Lean mass hyper-responders.
Nice article: Guide to “cluster sets.”
Yes: Grazing is an essential part of nature.
Interesting: What is longevity?
Terrible article: Is animal protein really more bioavailable than plant protein?
Question I’m Asking
Do we need a pandemic amnesty declared?
One year ago (Oct 29 – Nov 4)
How to Get Back Into Ketosis After a Carb Binge—How to.
Keto Bloating: Separating Fact from Fiction—Is keto bloat real?
Comment of the Week
“My husband died 2 years ago in a tragic accident. While I was on leave my school gave away my teaching position. I had some big choices to make. I decided to start my own real estate development business. It is going so well. Many people thought I was crazy for starting a new career at age 48. But I’m living proof it’s never too late!”
-I’m both sorry and happy to hear it, Melissa.
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