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Research of the Week
Egg consumption linked to improved cardiovascular health in Asian populations.
More fish oil, better sperm—and more of it.
Low-carb seems safe, and possibly beneficial, for men with prostate cancer.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 407: Meik Wiking: Host Elle Russ chats with Meik Wiking, CEO of the Happiness Research Institute.
Episode 408: Dr. Michael Platt on Adrenaline Dominance: Host Brad Kearns chats with Dr. Michael Platt, an expert on adrenaline dominance.
Primal Health Coach Radio, Episode 50: Laura and Erin chat with Brian Sanders, who just wants you to think big.
The United States Dietary Guidelines panel is set to consider changes to its saturated fat recommendations.
The broad acceptance of psychedelics as psychotherapy tools faces a big hurdle.
Interesting Blog Posts
An interesting take on the coronavirus.
What’s it like to swim under the Antarctic ice sheet (besides cold)?
Did you know you can use bones for campfires?
Scientists try using eyedrop-bound CRISPR tech to cure blindness.
I mean, I get the move to insects as human food, but it will never replace actual butter.
Things I’m Up to and Interested in
Not sure how to think about this: Half of all Australian boys report using protein supplements.
Study I had a slightly different conclusion on: How about skipping both fries and soda?
I doubt this will work: Impossible Foods seeks to undercut the price of “conventional ground beef.”
I’m always reminded how much research is on “our side”: Even meals high in “native” and un-oxidized omega-6 fatty-acids increase circulating levels of endothelial microparticles.
Podcast I enjoyed doing: The one with Dr. Steven Gundry.
Question I’m Asking
Would you ever try CRISPR? What would it take for you to give it a try?
- Asian chicken thighs from Nom Nom Paleo. For all the concern over excess linoleic acid, I still can’t resist a crispy chicken thigh.
- Meat-free sukuma wiki (but feel free to add meat, it’s even better).
One year ago (Mar 1–Mar 7)
- My Favorite Way to Play: Ultimate Frisbee Workout– How I like to play.
- 4 Misunderstandings About Carbs and Stress– What do people get wrong about the two?
Comment of the Week
“Unless you’re looking to create your own Fight Club, a suggestion to go along with gazing uncomfortably at a stranger is to smile, nod or say ‘top of the morning!’ in a very strong Irish accent. Staring them down may not be in your best interest… well, unless a ‘mad dog’ moment is your desired ‘discomfort’.”
– Good point, Brandon.
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