Research of the week
How did the locks work?
Scientists discover a new gland.
Hominids in one region of Kenya used the same basic Stone Age axes and other tools without altering them for about 700,000 years.
Beet juice improves exercise tolerance.
Beet juice improves hemoglobin concentration.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 452: Eric Perner: Presenter Elle Russ welcomes the sustainable rancher Eric Perner.
Episode 453: Dr. Phil Maffetone and Dr. Ron Sinha: Host Brad Kearns greets a real power duo on the podcast to talk about fat burning.
Primal Health Coach Radio Episode 81: Laura and Erin chat with Amanda Goldman-Petri about chasing best practices, not trends.
Newer houses and furniture are more flammable.
Cats in prisons.
Interesting blog posts
Our parents often sacrifice themselves for us. What are you doing with the present
Could Cold Water Reduce Dementia Rates?
The man with amnesia who filled his memory gaps with external sources.
Training like an animal works.
Things that I plan to do and that I am interested in
Of course it is: UVB seems to protect against COVID-19.
Proven once again: there is no such thing as free lunch.
News I’m excited to see: hospitalized COVID-19 patients now have much better survival rates.
Funny how it works: In animals, a drug that slows glucose absorption and lowers insulin slows the progression of cancer.
Question i ask
What are memories
- As long as you swap the vegetable oil for avocado or olive oil and maybe cut down on the honey (if you’re worried about carbs) this Korean-style charred Brussels sprouts and leek salad looks pretty good.
- Carnivore Keto Breakfast Casserole.
A year ago (October 16-22)
- 5 Biggest Myths About Longevity – What Are People Getting Wrong With Longevity?
- Campfire Cooking: A Guide – What Works About Fire.
Comment of the week
“Mark, you always have a balanced and thoughtful opinion and I really appreciated your summary here today. That’s why I will keep following you! I have been eating a carnivorous diet for 8 months and have cured type 2 diabetes, arthritis, IBS and depression. My cholesterol is through the roof, but I’m not concerned. At 65, I am experiencing the optimal health that I dreamed of in my 20s and 30s. “
– Nice to hear Vicki!
Weekly Link Love – Edition 104 first appeared on Mark’s Daily Apple.