New and Noteworthy—What I Read This Week: Edition 137
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Research of the Week
Going meatless barely reduces carbon footprint, and that’s assuming all the meat eaten is conventionally raised in feedlots.
A high-fat, low-carb, high-protein diet with 2 days of fasting per week was safe for patients with brain cancer.
According to the labels, plant-based “meat” is the same as beef, but when you look more closely…
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 505: Alex Terranova: Host Elle Russ chats with Alex Terranova, the Dream Mason. Great name.
Episode 506: Microworkouts to Boost Fitness, Increase Daily Activity, and Prevent Burnout: Host Brad Kearns talks about the power of microworkouts.
Health Coach Radio: Dr. Tro is an MD who uses health coaches more than prescriptions.
Interesting Blog Posts
The developing story of humanity.
Spiders eat a lot of snakes.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
One does wonder: What’s the deal with ear wax?
Interesting older paper: The one where they treated soft tissue calcification with oral and topical magnesium.
Interesting piece: How to build a small town in Texas.
Great story: The yogurt mafia.
Question I’m Asking
Will you eat plastic-fed cows?
- Ful medames, an Egyptian fava bean dish.
- Thai yellow curry with eggplant that’s vegetarian as written but can easily handle meat.
One year ago (Jul 3 – Jul 9)
- Hunger and Satiety Hormones — Why are we hungry?
- Is Avocado Oil Good for You? Benefits for Hair, Skin, Cooking, and More — Why you should use it.
Comment of the Week
“I believe you missed one key point Volunteering for a cause. The hours per week can be a few or you can do 40.”
-Yes, you are correct there, Jim.
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