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 Timeline CEO, Chris Rinsch
Are the new obesity drugs also anti-addiction drugs?
Fake British accents on the rise.
Interesting Blog Posts
So-called Twitter medical experts and academics didn’t do so well on monkeypox.
Atheists are the most politically engaged.
A little rant.
DNA pulled from thin air.
Our first kiss.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
One wonders: Is our universe inside of a black hole?
Cool goal: What are whales talking about?
Nice thread: On fat and carb oxidation during exercise.
Terrible: Dutch government proposes limiting cattle populations to 2 cows per field, thereby eliminating intensive (regenerative) grazing.
Interesting: Pork consumption and nutrient intake.
Question I’m Asking
What are you mad about? What are you glad about?
Gluten-free strawerry pretzel salad.
Grilled whole fish.
One year ago (May 13 – May 19)
More Questions on Creatine—More on creatine.
Ask a Health Coach: Seed Oils, Kiddos, and Eating Out—What’s the deal?
Comment of the Week
“My ‘favorite’ quotes in media reports about pseudoscientific studies are: ‘People who eat/do [something] are more likely to die than those who do not.’
There is a likelihood of death other than 100%?”
-Yes, it’s all quite silly.
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