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New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 224

Research of the Week Being a morning person is strongly linked to greater life satisfaction.. The paleo diet of Siberia and Eastern Europe: meat and freshwater fish. New genetic variants related to Alzheimer’s found in Ashkenazi Jews. Mob grazing research. Epidemiology. New Primal Kitchen Podcasts Primal Health Coach Radio: Adrien Paczosa...

Fri Jun 2, 2023 20:19
New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 223

Research of the Week Keto beats the DASH diet for type 2 diabetics and hypertension. After the Out of Africa dispersal, there were large selective pressures and developments in the humans who made it—many related to cold weather. Melatonin may inhibit cancer progression caused by BPA replacements. IV selenium has mixed effects on inflammatory...

Fri May 26, 2023 23:26
How to Do A Plank Properly

The core does not only exist to contract or bend over and over again, to twist and rotate, but also to resist rotational force. We need strong cores in order to maintain a stable torso while putting in work, whether it’s lifting heavy things, carrying a heavy load, or transferring power from our hips while throwing a punch or a ball. Having that stable,...

Thu May 25, 2023 22:22
New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 222

Research of the Week Watermelon is a good choice. Even if you’re a “night owl,” it’s still not good to stay up late. Off-label use of rapamycin seems to be safe. Working nights impairs lipid metabolism. New Primal Kitchen Podcasts Primal Health Coach Radio: Martha Tettenborn Primal Kitchen Podcast: Putting Longevity Under the Microscope with...

Sat May 20, 2023 03:08
Benefits of Keto

A little appreciated (but important) fact: for most of human history, the average person would have been regularly exposed to ketosis. This was mostly light and transient, sometimes more protracted, but they were never far from a mildly ketogenic state. Food wasn’t always a sure thing, after all, and carbs weren’t necessarily readily available year-round....

Fri May 19, 2023 20:25
New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 221

Research of the Week Micronutrients for mitochondria. Grass-fed meat and milk are higher in phytonutrients. Keto diets with 5% protein might be bad for heart function. What a joke. High-intensity lifting plus chocolate milk equals muscle growth for young men. Lactase persistence allowed greater calorie intake. New Primal Kitchen Podcasts Primal...

Sat May 13, 2023 01:31


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