Research of the Week
Semaglutide fails to improve or resolve non-alcoholic steatohepatitis.
Slavery, captivity, and rowing in Malta.
Leaders with low self esteem have toxic effects.
Strength training for female sprint athletes.
Wild blueberries increase fat oxidation in endurance athletes during moderate activity.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Health Coach Radio: Dr. William Davis
Primal Kitchen Podcast: Vivarays Founder Roudy Nassif Sheds Light on Balancing Life and Sleep
“Expert” nutritionist cautions against carnivore diet because it’s low in vitamin B12.
Data center used to heat swimming pool.
Interesting Blog Posts
On LDL and cardiovascular disease.
Why so many of us make the same mistake over and over again.
Maternal mortality at the highest it’s been in over 50 years.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Not surprised: The latest iteration of GPT scores well on most tests except for AP English.
Interesting image: Why is one condemned and the other ignored?
Nice review: Robb Wolf covers Peter Attia’s new book.
Fantastic: Great iPhone hack for circadian health.
Always a good watch: Allan Savory on science.
Question I’m Asking
What does science mean to you?
Paleo sausage egg McMuffin.
Corned beef hash.
One year ago (Mar 11 – Mar 17)
What to Do With That Box of Lemons—Make the most of lemons.
Ways to Track and Monitor Stress—How and why to do it.
Comment of the Week
“I find my sun resistance varies more by region than diet.
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In the Persian Gulf areas, I’d tan, but I don’t recall ever getting a sunburn (my ancestors were Vikings – my blond hair is darker than my skin, and I cook like a lobster). Further inland, in northeastern Iraq (Zagros Mountains), I developed a minor tan but only burned a little when some of my buddies got the bright idea to suntan on the roof of a bunker and fell asleep. Even in the Empty Quarter of Abu Dhabi, we’d spend hours on quads or trying to snowboard down sand dunes… no burn.
There’s a lot of dust and other particulate in the air in those regions – I don’t know if that made the difference, but there was a noticeable difference in how little I’d burn in 120° sun in the ME vice the scaly hell from the 65° sun at the Ren Faire near Phoenix last week.”