Research of the Week
The serotonin theory of depression is on shaky ground (again).
Eating dairy reduces fracture risk in elderly people.
Latvia, Russia, and South Asia have the most belief in luck and precognition; Protestant Europe the least.
For true COVID recovery, look to the gut.
Save the date for HIIT.
Rapidly increasing vitamin D status for controlling sepsis, infection, immune function.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Kitchen Podcast: Anxiety Expert Mark Metry Gives Advice on Being Your Best Self
Primal Health Coach Radio: Yours Truly
Nitric oxide nasal spray destroys viral load in active COVID cases.
Interesting Blog Posts
Do hot drinks really cool you down more than cold drinks?
Rapid injury recovery with DMSO, Vitamin C, and Magnesium
The big 5-0.
Many places are getting greener with forests getting thicker.
Most common dream by country.
Be careful, there’s such a thing as too much of anything.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Fascinating stat: Where is there more livestock than people?
Interesting finding: Take care of animal health and the rest works itself out.
Nice biomarker to track: The triglyceride/blood glucose index for atherosclerosis risk.
Interesting tech: Wearable AC.
Uh oh: Is the amyloid plaque theory of Alzheimer’s in trouble?
Question I’m Asking
What’s something you love doing but don’t do enough? What’s stopping you?
One year ago (July 16 – July 22)
Comment of the Week
“I’m reminded of a Calvin & Hobbes comic. Calvin was asking whether nothing matters, then considered that instead everything matters.”
-Bill Watterson is a great American philosopher.
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