Research of the Week
Traditional fishing practices beat conventional wisdom.
Body stout is directly linked to heart disease.
Dogs evolved special facial muscles so they could manipulate our emotions.
Eating more protein via red meat is excellent for obese seniors.
Fertilizer is responsible for way more methane than livestock.
Food deserts cannot clarify obesity.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 349: Leanne Vogel: Host Elle Russ chats with Leanne Vogel about keto for women.
Primal Health Coach Radio, Episode 16: Laura and Erin chat with Christina Rice, a coach who figured out how to control her own health after no one else could help her.
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The bracelet that shocks you if you eat too much junk food.
Are smartphones giving young people horns? Hmm. Maybe not.
Fascinating Blog Posts
Questioning the plans to establish official “birth-to-24-months” dietary guidelines.
The rise of sober culture.
Why women often struggle with weight loss.
Forgot to mention I’m gonna be a grandpa.
Excellent overview of the diet-heart hypothesis.
In the Indo-European family of languages, the word for “salmon” hasn’t really changed at all over the last 8000 years.
Robotic fish with battery blood.
Washington state officials question landowners to let whales decay on their property.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Study I found fascinating: Which countries are most honest?
Viewpoint I found fascinating: The huge push for lab-spawned fake food and meat replacements is more about promoting global food industrialization than saving the environment.
Go over Genghis: Two bulls are responsible for 9 million dairy cows.
I fully expect all the LDL-phobes to stop eating wild salmon now: Eating fish linked to greater increases in LDL than red meat.
A culture’s well loved art reveals its most pressing issues: The hit Japanese TV show called “I Will Not Work Overtime, Period!”
Question I’m Asking
Would you use a product like the bracelet that shocks you to curb terrible habits and instill excellent ones?
One year ago (Jun 16– Jun 22)
Comment of the Week
“When we bought our tiny shed, an 8x4metre box, half that size downstairs, we boxed what all we had and after a year donated what we hadn’t dragged out. We didn’t have much, now we have less and we like it. In 6 months we’ll be mortgage free at 47 and 53, permaculture based on an acre of off grid ocean paradise. Because we down sized and constantly checked in with need vs want. Life got simpler, simpler and more fun. Now we choose. I recommend giving the Jones’ a wave but not trying to keep up with them.”
– Kate seems to have figured things out.
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