Research of the Week
Erectile dysfunction drugs reduce heart disease risk.
Bacterial pneumonia killed a lot of people with COVID.
Excess fructose can make you fat, particularly if it comes from soda.
Fat-adapted athletes burn more fat at higher intensities.
Solar activity linked to fetal growth.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Health Coach Radio: Philip Wagner
Primal Kitchen Podcast: The Recipe for a Grain-Free, Less-Stress Life with Author Danielle Walker
The prehistoric origins of European royalty.
Interesting Blog Posts
Human presence in Europe might have just got pushed back.
Neolithic people with porous skulls probably suffered from low iron and poor bone mineral density.
Carrie and I appeared on Skinny Confidential together.
I sat down with the Meat Mafia Podcast to talk about the Primal journey.
Tai chi is a good option for women with breast cancer.
They just recovered ancient human DNA from a pendant.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Well, well, well: The vital role of meat in human health and well-being.
Wild: Militarized dolphins.
Cool study: Late night social media posting reduces sleep.
Good story: From barbacoa to barbecue.
Interesting: Are we still using this bad test 7 years later?
Question I’m Asking
What do you want from Primal Kitchen?
Macadamia-crusted sriracha salmon.
Avocado fries (sub gluten-free panko).
One year ago (Apr 29 – May 5)
Rounded Shoulders: Causes and Fixes—Avoid them.
Posture Correctors: Helpful or All Hype?—Are they?
Comment of the Week
“‘Mark, I appreciate how candid you are in these Sunday With Sisson posts. I get several weekly emails; yours is the one I rush to read because you make great posts about real life stuff. Of course everything you write about nutrition and exercise is spot on. But I really like the window you open to your own life in these Sunday With Sisson posts. Thanks for doing this every week.“
-Thanks for reading!
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