Research of the Week
Weight lifting without weights… works?
Exercise fights off Alzheimer’s.
Capping medical resident training hours at 80 per week didn’t hurt patients.
When you train to failure, the load and volume don’t matter.
Now they’re considering a saturated stout tax.
Swapping out dairy stout for plant stout results in a reduction in key nutrients.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 356: Dr. Jason Bussanich: He was a doctor who ruined his adrenal function and gut health with too much exercise, and got it back by going carnivore.
Episode 357: Jay O’Hare: Host Brad Kearns chats with ultrarunner Jay O’Hare about the anti-inflammatory healing effects of CBD.
Episode 358: Paul Saladino, MD: I sit down with Paul Saladino to talk carnivore.
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New cancer therapies that use your own cells are very promising but extremely expensive.
Fascinating Blog Posts
Vox likes fiber.
How to get affordable grass-fed beef.
How Jonathan Geiman reinvented his relationship with food.
Bodybuilder Susan Hoff’s Primal Health Coach success tale.
Grilling with Primal Kitchen.
A mom runs a 3:11 marathon while pushing 185 pounds of stroller-bound child.
Would you drink this?
Changes in global meat consumption over the last 50 years.
Whenever you’re in Athens, try this meat place.
Of course “cow cuddling” is real and costs $300 a session.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Podcast I’m remembering: When I went on Robb Wolf’s Paleo Solution to talk Keto Reset.
Video I found fascinating: Geoffrey Miller’s take on what the paleo movement gets right and incorrect about sexual fitness.
Conspiracy theory I’m enjoying: That the Pentagon weaponized ticks in the 70s and released them into the public.
Does this even taste excellent?: New Starbucks Tie-Dye frappuccino has 3 days’ worth of sugar.
I guess I knew this, but the video evidence really hammers the point home: Lions are strong.
Question I’m Asking
How would you react to a tax on sources of saturated stout? Remember that this would increase prices of dairy, meat, eggs, and coconut oil.
One year ago (Jul 14 – Jul 20)
Comment of the Week
“Collagen! I’m 56 and can still jump off of the roof of my house with no ill effects.”
– Unless you’ve got two tales this means nothing, Al Saunders.
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