Weekly Link Love — Edition 90

Tutorials & interesting tips on being healthy through Thai Massage.

Research of the Week

for seniors who want to retain strength and daily functionality.

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Mineral water rich in magnesium sulfate can .

Kids and teens with depression .

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New Primal Blueprint Podcasts

: Host Elle Russ chats with Brett Lloyd, a carnivore coach who fixed a ton of health issues by going meat-only.

Laura and Erin chat with Dr. Stephen Cabral about how genes are not your destiny.

Media, Schmedia

. Are we heading in this direction?

South Africa to reduce alcohol-related hospitalizations and free up space for COVID-19 patients.

Interesting Blog Posts

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A Navy SEAL’s on MovNat.

Social Notes

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Everything Else

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The of livestock in agriculture.

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Things I’m Up to and Interested In

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A topic that’s endlessly fascinating: ?

Scenario I’m imagining: .

Good news: It’s to catch the coronavirus from inanimate objects than previously thought. And .

Question I’m Asking

Read that article on Korean loneliness culture. Do you think that’ll be the trend for the rest of the world?

Recipe Corner

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Time Capsule

One year ago (Jul 11 – Jul 17)

  •   – Which whey should you go?
  • – Is such a thing even possible?

Comment of the Week

“The guy I buy my beef from has cattle that live their entire life on his ranch, and eat only grass and hay except for some silage in winter that he also grows organically on his ranch. He plays music for his cattle in the barn, and when he takes them to slaughter takes them two at a time in his trailer, playing the same music as in the barn. When he arrives at the small processor, he drops his cattle himself as he’d never entrust that to anyone else.
I buy a quarter of a cow for about $900, or I think about $8.50 a pound.
Small processors abound and more and more of us are seeking them out.
We grow many of our own vegetables and everything else we buy local whenever possible. I have a masticating juicer and drink intense amounts of greens, of course along with my well-designed supplement regimen.
At age 69 I have been low carb for almost 23 years and keto for almost 3 years. Yesterday morning I did a 41 mile road bike ride in Colorado where I live, fully fasting. I hadn’t eaten for 16 hours at the start of the ride, and averaged 16.5 computer average speed, riding alone in heavy breezes.
I don’t even think about food on rides. Even at 10% bodyfat I have plenty of fat to burn.
Keto rocks.”

– doing things right.

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