Research of the Week
Adding perch to Eurasian lakes reduces methane production ten-fold.
Mask mandates don’t affect transmission in Catalonian school children.
Magnesium and L-theanine: great combo for sleep.
More steps, less death.
Glycine with NAC extends life in rodents. Maybe you, too.
Creatine augments the effects of SSRIs in depression.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Health Coach: Sylvia Hall
It’s a great profit model.
Interesting Blog Posts
I use all three of these methods for making food more anti-inflammatory.
Appalachian truffle hunting is on the rise.
In times of crisis, sit with yourself.
The genetic history of the Tibetans.
Old keto/cancer study. How long have we known it might help?
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Fascinating: How sex chromosomes matter in heart disease treatment.
Great overview: Nina Teicholz on the History of Vegetable Oils.
Reminder: Even “genetic obesity” isn’t destiny.
Incredible stat: Americans consume an average of 34 grams of unprocessed red meat per day.
Remember that changes occur under the hood: Exercise remodels body fat even without fat loss.
Question I’m Asking
How much has your grocery bill risen in the last few months?
How to sear scallops (just nix the vegetable oil for avocado oil).
Burnt carrots with goat cheese, arugula, and crispy garlic chips. Swap out seed oils as needed.
One year ago (Mar 5 – Mar 11)
Comment of the Week
“Re the snow leopard,, my guess is that free soloist Alex honnold climbs more with his gut that his hands. How else could you maintain that zone. I need to re-read that book.”
-I imagine that’s pretty close to the truth.