Research of the Week
“Thermally-abused” (great term) soybean oil promotes breast cancer progression.
Big moralizing gods came after the rise of civilizations.
Strong weed linked to psychosis.
Reindeer brew alcohol in their bodies to deal with cold winters.
The link between statins and type 2 diabetes is even stronger than we thought.
“Ancient monkey bone tools.” That is all.
Case study: ketogenic diet (plus exercise and time restricted eating) rescues cognition in patient with Alzheimer’s disease.
Paleo ketogenic diets for cancer: more case studies.
Military personnel who maintained strict adherence to a ketogenic diet lost weight, lost visceral fat, and improved body composition without compromising physical performance.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 321: Maria Emmerich: Host Elle Russ chats with keto nutritionist Maria Emmerich.
Health Coach Radio Episode 4: Laura Rupsis: Erin Power interviews her co-host, Laura Rupsis.
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Amazon removes some anti-vaccine books. Other tech companies are following suit. Maybe that’s a pretty safe target, but what about when they start targeting “dietary misinformation”?
The BMJ stops carrying infant formula advertisements.
Interesting Blog Posts
Why nutritional psychiatry is the future of mental health treatment.
How we’ll know AI is conscious.
The liver is not a filter.
How I train my abs.
Bhang, a traditional cannabis-infused drink popular during the Indian festival of Holi.
Some doctors are saying you should wean yourself off antidepressants very slowly—over months or years rather than weeks.
The fascinating effect soft foods had on human language.
Tucker Goodrich responds to Gary Taubes on seed oils.
Who were the Neanderthals?
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Always glad to be included in “hot health trends.”
I’m glad to hear: Scientists come out against the abuse of statistical significance.
Concept I found interesting: A futurist’s dim view of the future smart home.
Guide I’m reading: The EWG’s 2019 guide to pesticides on produce.
I agree: We need to re-assess the impact of intensive grazing on carbon balance.
I’m flabbergasted: You mean I shouldn’t be injecting fruit smoothies into my veins?
Question I’m Asking
What’s your vision of the future—optimistic or dystopian?
One year ago (Mar 17 – Mar 23)
Comment of the Week
“Oh, man. Thanks for the bonus ab workout from the hilarious gummy bear link.”
– Just be careful of overtraining, whitedaisy.
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