New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 126

Some self-help training & helpful tips on being healthy through Thai Massage.

Research of the Week


Lower omega-3 index, .

Researches can now use to derive ancient human DNA.


If you’ve had Covid and want the vaccine, .

New Primal Blueprint Podcasts

: Host Elle Russ chats with Terri Cole, relationship and female empowerment expert.

: Host Brad Kearns chats with Joe Cohen about using personal genetics to optimize health and lifestyle.

: Erin and Laura chat with Natalie Gensits about marketing.

Media, Schmedia

I’m sure will go off without a hitch.

Interesting Blog Posts

A of humans, hunting, and meat-eating.


Social Notes




Everything Else

Humans can taste the difference between and regular water.

A US senator a bill to stop “Meatless Monday.”

You might be a mouth breather, but at least you’re not a .

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

Podcast I enjoyed: The one I did with Jorge Cruise, the .

Interesting article: ?

What do you think?: ?

This is terrible: .

Fascinating: .


The people at FilterOff have created specifically for the Paleo & Keto communities.

Question I’m Asking

What’s your 5-year outlook? Where will you be? Where will the world be?

Recipe Corner

  • I hope you’re doing sheet pan meals. This is a fantastic entry point.
  • (honey, while being a sugar, actually reduces harmful compounds from forming during cooking when used as a marinade).

Time Capsule

One year ago (Apr 10 – Apr 16)

  • — How to run.
  •   — Well, what does it?

Comment of the Week

“Today was a good chance to spend more time outside for me. I’ve lately been going swimming 3 days a week at Golden Gardens beach. On nice days it’s really tricky parking there, like an airport. Today when I parked I took all I needed (bathing suit, towel and a jumprope) in my grab-bag so I wouldn’t go back to my car until I was actually leaving, so as not to disappoint a line of waiting cars. Since Chopin’s 1st piano concerto was on the radio when I arrived at the park I took an extra walk in the woods.

While this beach can be so crowded it may actually be good to have a mask available, I am not about to walk on a lonely trail in the woods wearing a mask, and I feel like a cat petted backwards when I see something doing that. This is time to enjoy my main guilty pleasures: hiking without a buddy, unmasked and unshod, and listening to classical music.”

-Sound like you’ve struck a great balance, .

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