New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 202
Research of the Week
Iodine deficiency is still a big problem in the developing world. Hard to develop with inadequate iodine levels.
Long COVID-type symptoms more common among COVID-negative patients than COVID-positive patients.
Fasting might be a better alternative to chronic calorie restriction.
Blood donation improves skin aging.
NSAIDs may worsen arthritis over time.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Kitchen Podcast: The Link Between Dairy Intolerance and Dairy Genes with Alexandre Family Farm Founders Blake and Stephanie
Primal Health Coach Radio: Health Coaching in a Medical Practice with Dr. Judith Boyce
Elon Musk may start putting Neuralink in brains 6 months from now.
More olive oil, less death.
Interesting Blog Posts
Does nicotinamide riboside fuel cancer?
The horse is coming back.
Some brains just age more slowly.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
It’s not about carbs all the time: Time restricted eating sheds liver fat, regardless of baseline diet.
Interesting paper: The evolution of human skin color.
Powerful phrase: Exercise as “metabolic shield” against cancer.
Another interesting study: Hyperbaric oxygen therapy lengthens telomeres.
Amazing: Diagnosis made (correctly) by hallucination (or was it?).
Question I’m Asking
Will you install Neuralink?
Sheet pan chicken and sprouts.
Pan roasted chicken and vegetables with chicken dijon jus.
One year ago (Nov 12 – Nov 18)
Is Honey a Safe(r) Sweetener?—Well, is it?
Mark’s Big Ass Keto Salad—How to do salad right.
Comment of the Week
“You really should open a Mayo-clinic.“
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