New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week — Edition 134
Research of the Week
OLED is a little better than LED for circadian rhythms, but not by much.
Plant “milk” leads to iodine deficiency. Cow milk leads to sufficiency.
Men are more likely to make extreme decisions and changes than women.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 498: Cynthia Thurlow: Host Elle Russ chats with Cynthia Thurlow, globally recognized expert in nutrition and intermittent fasting.
Health Coach Radio: Erin and Laura chat with Michelle Knight, personal branding consultant.
65 grams of red meat a day is a ridiculous limit.
Interesting Blog Posts
When will we stop “being surprised” that gut bacteria affect neurological function and development?
Don’t these foods sound familiar?
Don’t do this, folks. Sound off if squeamish (but a good lesson).
Waking up an hour early may lower depression risk.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
This is why I fast: Liver gets more insulin sensitive, rest of body more resistant.
Famous last words: “Healthier food.”
Good for them: A member of the FDA’s expert panel resigned over the panel’s approval of an Alzheimer’s drug that doesn’t work, probably harms, and is very expensive.
But sure, modernity is flawless and everything is better than it was: Passengers are too heavy for airplanes.
Incredible: Simone Biles in slow motion.
Question I’m Asking
Are you a morning person?
One year ago (Jun 5 – Jun 11)
Comment of the Week
“Sun exposure – totally depends where you live. Here in New Zealand you can get seriously sunburnt in about 10 minutes in summer between the hours of around 10am – 3pm, especially if you are pale. You can actually feel the sun burning your skin immediately. I NEVER sit directly in the sun and don’t go into the sun without sunscreen and a hat. We have the highest rates of melanoma in the world.”
-Important comment from Monica.