Research of the Week
How did the lockdowns work?
Scientists discover a new gland.
Hominids in a region of Kenya used the same basic stone-age axes and other tools without changing them for around 700,000 years.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 452: Eric Perner: Host Elle Russ welcomes sustainable rancher Eric Perner.
Episode 453: Dr. Phil Maffetone and Dr. Ron Sinha: Host Brad Kearns welcomes a true power duo onto the podcast to talk burning fat.
Primal Health Coach Radio Episode 81: Laura and Erin chat with Amanda Goldman-Petri about chasing best practices, not trends.
Newer homes and furniture are more flammable.
Interesting Blog Posts
Our parents often sacrifice themselves for us. What are you going to do with the gift?
Could cold water trigger shrinkages in dementia rates?
The man with amnesia who filled in his memory gaps with outside sources.
Training like an animal works.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Of course it is: UVB appears protective against COVID-19.
Proven once again: There’s no free lunch.
News I’m happy to see: Hospitalized COVID-19 patients have much better survival rates now.
Funny how that works: In animals, a drug that slows glucose absorption and lowers insulin slows down cancer progression.
Question I’m Asking
What are memories?
- As long as you swap out the vegetable oil for avocado or olive oil and maybe reduce the honey (if you’re worried about carbs), this charred Brussels sprout and leek Korean-style salad looks quite good.
- Carnivore keto breakfast casserole.
One year ago (Oct 16 – Oct 22)
- 5 Biggest Longevity Myths – What do people get wrong about longevity?
- Campfire Cooking: A Primal Guide – What works over fire.
Comment of the Week
“Mark, you always offer a balanced and thoughtful opinion and I appreciated your summation here today. It’s why I’ll continue to follow you! I’ve been eating a carnivore diet for 8 months now and have CURED Type 2 diabetes, arthritis, IBS, and depression. My cholesterol is through the roof, but I’m not alarmed. At 65, I’m experiencing the kind of optimal health I dreamed of in my 20s and 30s.”
-Great to hear it, Vicki!
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