Research of the week
Keto helps women with PCOS.
Rates of heart disease and mortality were higher in people without “risk factors” than in people with just the “risk factor” of high LDL-C.
Cellulose-based emulsifiers and heart disease.
Mothers of monkeys who ate a standard American diet during pregnancy give birth to babies with altered gene expression and increased insulin secretion.
Older new mothers are at greater risk for breast cancer.
New Primal Kitchen podcasts
Primal Kitchen Podcast: The Connection Between Strength and Success with endurance athlete Eric Hinman
Primal Health Coach Radio: Q&A with Erin Power
Laboratory meat company does not pay invoices.
Interesting blog posts
Can we talk to whales?
There is no alternative.
All the rest
In the ancient world, man faced a huge population bottleneck.
The slaughter of the buffalo had lasting consequences for the people who depended on it.
Things I’m working on and interested in
Interesting video: Fauci talks about a Cochrane study showing that masks don’t really work.
Delicious: The USDA wants you to eat ultra-processed blends of beans, grains and vegetables.
Interesting report: on climate statistics for livestock.
But why?: Early-onset cancer is on the rise.
Classic paper: a health recipe for hunter-gatherers.
Question I ask
What is your “lift game” for better health?
One year ago (September 2 – September 8)
Comment of the week
“Mark, your observations about not taking risks are spot on. I wish I had learned the benefits of stepping outside my comfort zone much earlier in life. Anthony Bourdain, the celebrity chef and life observer, said, “Embrace fear; know your strength; living with purpose.” Words to live a fuller life by.“
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