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Research of the Week
Diabetic patients taking metformin had lower coronavirus mortality than diabetic patients not taking it.
Unsaturated fat intake and deficiencies in calcium and albumin linked to higher coronavirus mortality.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 425: Robert Glazer: Host Elle Russ chats with Robert Glazer, founder and CEO of the global performance marketing agency Acceleration Partners.
Primal Health Coach Radio, Episode 62: Laura and Erin talk with Dr. Jade Teta about metabolism and hormones.
Women are not just men with “boobs and tubes.”
Who’s still getting sick in New York?
Interesting Blog Posts
How to slow down time (seriously).
ApoE4 gene predicts severity of coronavirus infection (in the UK).
A beautiful video about traditional wool clothing. Best part is how they “shear” the sheep without cutting the wool. Looks so satisfying.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Fascinating article: How loners help species survive.
Interesting result with big implications for hunger: High-carb meal results in initial increase in available energy followed by a drastic crash.
Great turn of phrase: Fructoholism.
My favorite paradox: High-fat dairy linked to better health, again.
Question I’m Asking
How much nature are you getting these days? (get some)
- Energy balls your vegan and paleo friends will love.
- Some people need to be careful with raw broccoli, but if you can handle it, try this broccoli salad with bacon.
One year ago (May 24 – May 30)
- 4 Mushrooms You Need to Know – Fungi are not fungible.
- The Keto Carb Threshold: What Constitutes a “Keto” Meal– Well, what does?
Comment of the Week
“A note about sunglasses: Some folks should be wearing them. For instance, a lot of the fisherman in native tribes would go blind at a fairly early age from staring into the water for long periods of time. The Eskimos had really cool bone sunglasses, with little slits they would use, so they would not go snowblind. After my own daily sun exposure, I’m not averse to putting on my shades.”
– Nicely said, Nocona.
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