New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week – Issue 138
Research of the week
Older dancers have superior gait and balance. A great way for seniors to “exercise”.
Have high blood sugar levels “reprogram“Your stem cells to increase your risk of atherosclerosis.
A piece of chocolate for breakfast is better against jet lag than the same piece of chocolate at night.
Muscle relaxants doesn’t work that well and carries the risk of side effects.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 507: Marc Allen: Presenter Elle Russ chats with Marc Allen, a renowned author, speaker, composer and publisher.
Health coach radio: Tania Shah demystifies legal issues for health coaches.
Drug ODs peppered during the pandemic lockdowns.
Interesting blog posts
I want to keep cooking these.
It could be better, eat protein for breakfast.
Dogs with a genetic mutation show what thiamine deficiency can do.
Things that I’m doing right now and that I’m interested in
Cool anti-stress technique: The “Double sigh. “
Interesting older paper: Could too many hot baths explain the declining birth rate in ancient Rome??
Guess it depends where you start: Waking up an hour earlier is associated with a lower risk of depression.
Interesting study: Cocoa for better vision.
New podcast: With Gary Taubes.
Question i ask
Even if I prefer low-tech options, this brain implant which enables you to turn thoughts into text could be very useful – not only for disabled people but also for writers. Imagine you are walking through the forest and “writing” while doing it. However, I would be careful with the installation something in my brain, especially a bluetooth / wifi enabled device. Would you use something like that?
- Mojo chicken gives you your mojo.
- Legumes do not need to be eaten, nor do everyone need to be afraid of them. And Chickpeas are probably among the better ones.
A year ago (July 10 – July 16)
Comment of the week
“One of the great travesties of modern America is the fact that we can no longer eat ruminant brains.
Every time I get a white tailed, I would do nothing better than fry this gray matter and serve it with a lovely Chianti (not a big fan of field beans). Yet the dangers of mad cow disease far outweigh the benefits of consuming brains. At least according to my personal calculation.
I content myself with a back strap in a wild bordelaise. “
– Really a shame, but that’s a good compromise.
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