Some self-help training & interesting info on healthy living through Thai Oil Massage.
Research of the Week
More sugary drinks, .
Less zinc in the blood, .
, a disparity not fully explained by pre-existing conditions.
Some East Asian populations have to rice-based diets.
Living with kids the risk of COVID.
Beyond meat, .
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
: Host Elle Russ welcomes Tara Youngblood, co-founder and chief science officer at Kryo, makers of chiliPAD.
: Laura and Erin chat with Jamie Shapiro about unlocking the power of both mind and body.
Whole Foods CEO John Mackey’s on why people are obese.
on why you shouldn’t judge your posture by how it “feels.”
Interesting Blog Posts
on omega-6 fats that still ends up toeing the official line.
Ancient history .
is looking a lot more complex.
Interesting with Dave Feldman on the future of health tech.
A “druggable pocket” on the coronavirus.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Just as I always say: .
Worth a shot: .
This is awesome: Dr. Bronner a label for psychedelic-assisted therapy.
Seems like fairly good stats: .
I’m not surprised: .
Question I’m Asking
What do you think about John Mackey’s take on obesity?
- , paleo and gluten-free.
- . Dip these in some Primal Kitchen chipotle mayo.
One year ago (Sep 19 – Sep 25)
- – What worked.
- – Answering questions about all of this stuff.
Comment of the Week
“Kids so happy. They have an half hour teleconference in the morning, work on their assignments every so often over the course of the day, and really just play a lot. We have to essentially hire a full time governess, but they like it. When they eventually start spending two days a week in person, I expect their satisfaction to drop.”
-Glad to hear, . I also wonder how the “hybrid” approach will work. Worst of both worlds?
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