Research of the week
Vigorous micro workouts every day reduce the incidence of cancer.
If you have overweight friends, you are more likely to be overweight yourself.
Exercise makes weight loss healthier.
A retraction of a study on ‘cancer microbiomes’.
New Primal Kitchen podcasts
Primal Health Coach Radio: Pauline Cox
Primal Kitchen Podcast: Julia Putzeys from Trash Panda on separating the good from the waste in food labels
The problem with the USDA guidelines.
Interesting blog posts
8 obstacles to laboratory meat.
Why do the Scandinavian countries have so much heavy metal music?
All the rest
Nice video discussing a recent case study on Huntington’s disease, keto and fasting.
Things I’m working on and interested in
A glimpse into the past: Machu Picchu housed a diverse range of slaves.
Interesting finding: A change in burial practices in Bronze Age Poland was accompanied by a change in population genetics.
Seed oils bad: Linoleic acid independently associated with IHD.
Great: Keto and fasting for Huntington’s disease (a “genetic” disease).
Interesting question: will AIs replace doctors?
Question I ask
What problems do you expect with laboratory meat?
One year ago (July 29 – August 4)
Comment of the week
“Not my idea, but given to me by a friend. She was dealing with kidney cancer (now everything is clear) and as her doctor continued, she came to the doctor and said: ‘I am not an epidemiological phenomenon. I am someone with a serious and frightening medical condition.” She let the doctor listen.“
–Perfect way to do it.
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