Research of the Week
Keto beats the DASH diet for type 2 diabetics and hypertension.
After the Out of Africa dispersal, there were large selective pressures and developments in the humans who made it—many related to cold weather.
Melatonin may inhibit cancer progression caused by BPA replacements.
IV selenium has mixed effects on inflammatory markers.
Magnesium: important for COVID (also).
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Health Coach Radio: Mason Bendewald
Primal Kitchen Podcast: Getting to the Heart of Your Stress with Dr. Dave Rabin
Devon cattle stand in for ancient aurochs to restore the land.
Interesting Blog Posts
Training in a sleep deprived state stresses the heart.
Chicken filets are not suitable for cats.
The sordid world of internecine warfare among the fake meat companies.
What’s the deal with ancient Caucasian mummies from China?
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
One wonders: Should we be poop banking?
Stuff keeps getting older: Ancient Mayan highway system in Guatemala.
Important: The impact of social jet lag on health.
Mixed feelings: California set to ban certain food additives.
Interesting: Do putrid meat and fish belong in the ancestral human diet?
Question I’m Asking
Do you think certain food additives should be banned?
One year ago (May 20 – May 26)
Do You Sit All Day? Here Are 5 Mobility Exercises You Should Be Doing!—Do ’em.
Oxalate Dumping: What Do We Know?—What’s the deal?
Comment of the Week
“I take Vitamin D (I live in Maine), Vitamin K2, Magnesium and Bilberry. I started taking Bilberry 4.5 years ago when the eye doctor told me that I was developing cataracts. On my last visit 6 months ago, the doctor said that the progression of my cataracts has slowed and I will not need surgery for at least 10 years. I also started wearing sunglasses when out on snow and water, something I neglected to do all my life until being told of the cataracts.“
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