Research of the Week
A spoonful of sugar makes a battle for immune supremacy go down in the gut.
Scientists can’t confirm that vegetarianism and veganism are safe for kids, even if they supplement.
UV-C light kills the flu virus.
Depressed, anxious, or suicidal people are more likely to use absolutist words like “never” or “always.”
At one month of age, boys and girls already show differences in brain structure.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 217: Kale Brock: Host Elle Russ chats with Kale Brock about his new book on the microbiome.
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Interesting Blog Posts
A writer goes carnivorous for two weeks, comes away impressed.
Why the Chinese rarely buy deodorant.
Chile’s trying to beat childhood obesity by restricting food marketing to kids and implementing strict rules for labels.
Ex-Google, -Facebook, and -Apple employees are joining forces to fight back against the damaging effects of smartphones and social media.
Darn kids and their moving pictures.
Will the next big health wearable be a personal air quality tracker?
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
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I like how Finnish entrepreneurs pitch their ideas: While standing waist-deep in frigid Arctic water.
Development I’m applauding: Weight Watchers now considers whole eggs to be a “zero-point food.”
Concept I’m pondering: Is iron overload less of an issue in healthy people?
One year ago (Feb 11– Feb 17)
Comment of the Week
“Interesting day. Stress can be very subjective. As a former police officer, everyone else thought my job was stressful. I thought it was fun. The sitting in the office version was, to me stressful, and so I got a new job.
One other observation: “Leftover wine’? Who has that?!”
– 1. Great insight. Exactly, Brad. 2. Ha!