Research of the Week
Intermittent fasting lowers oxidative stress and improves insulin sensitivity even without weight loss in men.
Lower microbiome diversity, more arterial hardening.
Deadlifts, not statins.
Keto is anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant, and this could help fight neurodegeneration.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 243: Lisa Nichols: Host Elle Russ chats with Lisa Nichols, one of the most impressive motivational speakers in the world with one of the best stories: single mother on public assistance to millionaire entrepreneur with a global empire.
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Interesting Blog Posts
Carnivory seems to have worked for her.
What’s the deal with type 1 diabetes and very low carb diets?
The FDA looks set to approve a CBD-based drug for seizure control.
Even the deepest trench in the world has plastic bags floating around.
Katy Bowman’s unique house.
Fitness apps don’t work for most people.
Smartphones disrupt parent-child bonds.
More risk is good.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
This is why I do what I want: Regrets over never pursuing our dreams hit hardest.
This is awkward: A recent study found that yoga and meditation don’t destroy the ego, they enhance it.
Question I’m pondering: What are facial expressions, really?
Of course they plan on finding a pharmaceutical analog: Fasting makes stem cells work better.
Another reason to really limit antibiotics unless absolutely necessary: They may lead to dysfunctional vaccine responses.
One year ago (May 6– May 12)
Comment of the Week
“It’s interesting to notice that the promoters of Roundup always say that glysophate is not toxic. Not that Roundup is not toxic, but that glysophate is not toxic. I’ve read somewhere (that i forget) that glysophate itself is pretty weak and ineffectual as a herbicide; glysophate alone is probably non-toxic. If you sprayed just glysophate on your lawn, you might see little to no effect. Roundup, on the other hand, is a concoction of many adjuvants to glysophate that disrupt cell walls so that glysophate can enter the cell and kill the vegetation. Always check to see if the person is defending glysophate by itself, or Roundup, the entire concoction. If they’re just defending glysophate they might be trying to confuse the issue.”
– I’ve noticed the same thing, Eric.