Weekly Link Love — Edition 119
Research of the Week
A large portion of COVID complications were due to metabolic co-morbidities.
You are mostly what you eat.
Keto improves daily function and quality of life in dementia patients.
Giving testosterone to men with type 2 diabetes causes remission in some.
Improving road safety reduces crime.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 472: Mitch Webb: Host Elle Russ chats with Mitch Webb about how he survived Lyme disease, mold toxicity, chronic fatigue, and debilitating anxiety.
Health Coach Radio: Chloe Maleski is focused on fostering the whole human.
Unintended consequences of COVID.
Interesting Blog Posts
What “science” forgot about pandemics (but not everyone).
The biggest findings in archaeology (2020).
Play more video games to “reduce depression” in kids? No thanks.
Under new food school requirements, meat can “safely” be completely replaced with nuts, seeds, cheese, and soy.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Epidemiological study alert, albeit one that agrees with my preconceived ideas: High glycemic index-linked to higher cardiovascular mortality.
Podcast you should listen to: The one where I explore what I did before becoming the mayo and MDA king of Malibu.
Feel-good story: Turkish garbage workers create a library from all the books they’ve found over the years.
I heard Peter Attia’s cry of joy from hundreds of miles away: Topo Chico reports having cut PFAS levels in half.
More unintended consequences: People have been missing out on cancer screenings.
Question I’m Asking
Should kids wear masks in school? I see the arguments for both sides.
One year ago (Feb 12 – Feb 18)
Comment of the Week
“Was Bill Gates elected? No? I’m nervous about people having so much power and influence without a democratic mandate.”
-I’m also worried about people having so much power and influence with a democratic mandate, Hazel.