Research of the Week
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
Vending machine eggs. What a great idea.
Interesting Blog Posts
Changing attitudes about public nudity in Germany.
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?
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?
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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