Research of the Week
A retraction of a study about “cancer microbiomes.”
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Health Coach Radio: Pauline Cox
Primal Kitchen Podcast: Trash Panda’s Julia Putzeys on Separating the Good from the Garbage in Food Labels
The trouble with the USDA guidelines.
Interesting Blog Posts
Why do the Nordics have so much heavy metal music?
Nice video discussing a recent case study on Huntington’s disease, keto, and fasting.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
A glimpse into the past: Machu Picchu hosted a diverse array of slaves.
Seed oils bad: Linoleic acid independently associated with IHD.
Interesting question: Will AIs replace doctors?
Question I’m Asking
What issues do you foresee with lab-grown meat?
One year ago (Jul 29 – Aug 4)
Ankle Mobility and Strengthening Exercises—Get strong and mobile.
Apple Cider Vinegar Health Benefits: Fact or Fiction?—Well, are they?
Comment of the Week
“Not my idea, but got it from a friend. She was dealing with kidney cancer (all clear now) and as her doc was going on, stopped by doc and said, ‘I’m not an epidemiological phenomenon. I’m a person with a serious and scary medical condition.’ She got the doc to listen.“
–Perfect way to do it.
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