New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 195
Research of the Week
Babies in the womb “smile” when the mother eats carrots and “frown” when the mother eats kale.
ApoB might not be the predictive biomarker we thought.
Burpee training improves endurance and short term memory in teens.
Kidney recipients actually need more protein than you think.
Wolves can attach to humans.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Kitchen Podcast: The Link Between Dairy Intolerance and Dairy Genes with Alexandre Family Farm Founders Blake and Stephanie
Primal Health Coach Radio: Declare Your Expertise, Then Embody It with Marcy Morrison
“Why this RD isn’t worth listening to.”
Interesting Blog Posts
Why our ancestors’ skin held up to the sun.
The benefits of wood in school.
Americans mostly eat a plant-based diet.
On Stable Diffusion, the newest “AI tool.”
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Interesting, oddly specific research: Living near a fast-casual Mexican restaurant reduced maternal weight gain among US-born mothers living in Miami.
Overwhelming endorsement: Replacing bacon with larvae “not as terrible as they thought.”
Great research: Autophagy-inducing supplements spontaneously increase walking speed.
Important: How caffeine improves endurance.
Interesting paper: More DHA and tuna intake, longer telomeres (in males).
Question I’m Asking
How do you celebrate Fall?
One year ago (Sep 18 – Sep 24)
- Why Do I Get a Gluten Reaction from American Wheat but Not Overseas?—Well, why?
- Are Nightshades Bad For You?—Well, are they?
Comment of the Week
“‘How do you handle a night of bad sleep?’
on the following day: stay active with low-risk activities (hiking, walking…) outdoors.
Power-nap (20 min max) around noon, go to bed early, no alcohol, no carb-excesses (seems to massively impair REM sleep for me).
-Spot on, Martin.
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