Research of the Week
A very low carb high fat diet fails to impair exercise performance.
During immobility, heat treatment maintains muscle mitochondrial activity and staves off atrophy.
Lifting weights while you diet leads to almost exclusively body fat loss.
High maternal HbA1c linked to autism.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 355: Leland Conway: Host Elle Russ chats with the award-winning broadcaster who changed his life by following Primal principles.
Primal Health Coach Radio, Episode 18: Hosts Erin and Laura chat with Jonathan Posey, founder of an advocacy group that protects the rights of health coaches to practice.
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How youth basketball—and sport specialization in general—is threatening the health of young athletes.
Interesting Blog Posts
Jumiles, the edible wonder bugs of Mexico.
Interesting Twitter thread on the safety or toxicity of Bt corn.
Ah, camp season.
How are decisions made, if at all?
The fit young folks who ended up with bowel cancer.
As the permafrost melts, ancient organisms are waking up.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Restaurant I’d try: The one where the waiters have dementia and there’s no guarantee you’ll get what you order.
I’m entirely unsurprised: Snack sales spike in states with legal cannabis.
I like this idea: What if you trained your cognitive skills like an athlete?
I enjoyed this article: What we can learn from shipwrecked “microsocieties.”
Question I’m Asking
Do you ever train your learning/brain/cognitive skills like athletes train their bodies?
One year ago (Jul 7 – Jul 13)
Comment of the Week
“I found the Ancestral Health lifestyle in late 2008, thanks in part to Mark’s Daily Apple. Turned 50 last year but feel like I’m in my 30s. I’m aiming for strongevity!”
– Always glad to have you along, Aaron. I like “strongevity”!