Research of the Week
More good news about Covid immunity.
The case studies about using ketogenic diets for binge eating are impressive.
Fructose may bear some responsibility for Alzheimer’s.
Getting a Michelin star might make a restaurant more likely to fail.
Hominins were using stone tools to butcher large prey a million years earlier than expected.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Health Coach Radio: Closing Your Client’s Intention-Behavior Gap with Monica Reinagel
Major German grocery chain set to reduce meat in stores.
What’s going on with egg prices, lawmakers wonder.
Interesting Blog Posts
On the impact of low-carb diets on cholesterol.
Protein is the primary directive.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Interesting paper: Competitive middle aged athletes who switched to a high-fat, low-carb diet suffered no decrement in mile or 800 meter run performance.
Cool study: Increase the incline to make treadmill running more similar to overland running.
I want to believe: Could the hobbits of Flores Island still exist?
My favorite type of garden: Oyster garden.
Incredible: Japanese scientists quantify new antioxidants in meat.
Question I’m Asking
What do you believe that few people agree with?
Slow-fried plantains. Use avocado oil, obviously.
Italian sausage breakfast casserole. For big eaters.
One year ago (Feb 11 – Feb 17)
Summer Survival Tips—How to survive.
Fresh Versus Frozen Food: Which is More Nutritious?—Well, which is it?
Comment of the Week
“Those of us who need Ozympic to control our diabetes are having a hard time getting it because the weight loss community is buying all of it. Please, people, don’t interfere with our health in order to look “prettier.”
-If true, I wonder why they wouldn’t just make more to meet demand.
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