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.


New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Health Coach Radio: Adrien Paczosa

Primal Kitchen Podcast: Getting to the Heart of Your Stress with Dr. Dave Rabin
Media, Schmedia
Vending machine eggs. What a great idea.

It’s been an extremely embarrassing decade for lab grown meat.
Interesting Blog Posts
Changing attitudes about public nudity in Germany.

Great multisport athletes.
Social Notes
Everything Else
Docuseries about carnivore.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Hard truth: We often train our former selves, not current selves.

Interesting paper: Does the shingles vaccine reduce the risk of dementia

Important: Walking.

There are no free lunches: Semaglutide side effects.

Interesting: Are we running out of exhaustible resources?
Question I’m Asking
Are you training (and feeding/treating/etc.) who you are or who you used to be?
Recipe Corner

Sheet pan beef and broccoli.
Ramp pesto.

Time Capsule
One year ago (May 27 – Jun 2)

Hiking First Aid: What to Do, Bring, and Know to Stay Safe on the Trail—Venture out safely.
Alternate Day Fasting—Worthy Trying?—Is it?

Comment of the Week
“Placebos: As kids in the 80s, whenever we complained about a stomach ache and asked to stay home from school, our mom would give us some “medicine” to calm our stomachs. It was 2% milk with a bit of sugar and green food colouring. It worked like a charm.”


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