New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 148

Some self-help training and important tips on being healthy with Thai Massage.

Research of the Week

Compared to vegetable fat high in artificial trans-fatty acids (and a control diet), ruminant fat high in natural trans-fatty acids liver health, gut biome, and inflammatory status of lab rats.

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Selenium deficiency is in viral myocarditis.

Energy compensation after exercise varies between individuals and .

Too many omega-6 fats, .

New Primal Blueprint Podcasts

Elle and I get together for the final Primal Blueprint Podcast. Elle is , and the Primal Blueprint Podcast will become the Primal Kitchen Podcast, hosted by CEO and co-founder Morgan Zanotti.

: Dr. Ashley Lucas stresses that big change takes time.

 

Media, Schmedia

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Why the Giant Sequoia .

Interesting Blog Posts

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Social Notes

for the AHA and ADA.

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Everything Else

How many times have we heard about some “” system that will render all other forms of farming obsolete?

Isn’t a “sword-wielding man dressed as a ninja” who attacks and wounds several Special Forces soldiers ?

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

This is why I suggest everyone spend at least some time in ketosis on a regular basis: .

Now this is a list of food for kids: ?

Interesting article: A of the peopling of the Americas.

Curious study:

Powerful imagery: .

Question I’m Asking

If the Giant Sequoia needs fire to grow, what do you need?

Recipe Corner

  • It’s about that time. .
  • One pot meals are extremely convenient. This is no exception.

Time Capsule

One year ago (Sep 25 – Oct 1)

  • — Well, why?
  • — What are they?

Comment of the Week

“I’ve definently experienced this but the other way around as a european travelling to the US. I felt like I was being rushed at the restaurant and expected to inhale my food in 30 min. Also I couldn’t really walk anywhere so I was basically sitting in a car or in a house(and felt terrible because of it). It felt so odd that if I wanted to go for a walk I had to first drive to a place where I could walk. And then drive back. I was also shocked when I bought butter for my bread at the grocery store and when I opened the butter it was WHITE. Snow white. The fat on the meat was the same. Snow white.

Given that this was just a snap shot of one place in the US but if I would compare that place(small town in Ohio) with my home town I can say for sure it is so much easier to live a healthy lifestyle in Sweden than in the US. I bet you can live well in the US too but it takes more effort(and probably more money).”

-I will respond to in this week’s Sunday with Sisson.

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