Research of the Week
Early time-restricted low-carb eating works in type 2 diabetes.
Lithium disrupts locomotor activity in honeybees.
Menopausal women who strength train and take vitamin D have better outcomes for sarcopenia.
Light pollution prevents turtle hatchlings from finding the ocean.
Saying “hello” and “thank you” throughout the day improves your quality of life.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Kitchen Podcast: The Benefits of Medical Marijuana and Psychedelics
Primal Health Coach Radio: Michael Kummer
How math built the modern world.
Interesting Blog Posts
The power of paying attention.
Gargling with salt water is good against COVID.
Nudity pays (on Instagram).
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Reminder: Fish fat good against allergies.
Of course: Strength training helps everyone, even swimmers.
Not surprised: Company runs live gene editing trial in ten people to lower their cholesterol; 1 dies after a few days and another gets a heart attack right away.
Interesting: Bonobos are good with other bonobos while chimps are good with tools.
Good to know: Nutrient deficiencies related to bruxism.
Question I’m Asking
Do you notice small details throughout the day?
One year ago (Nov 11 – Nov 17)
Comment of the Week
“Longevity is mobility is something I learned from my mother, who worked as a CNA in nursing homes for over 30 years. Most of the longest-lived residents she took care of were still ambulatory until the end. They were mentally sharp, too. That’s why I (nearly) always take the stairs, and I read everything I get my hands on.“
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