Weekly Link Love — Edition 28

Weekly Link Love — Edition 28

Research of the Week You’re absorbing sunscreen into your blood. “Whole, fresh fruit probably does not contribute to obesity and may have a place in the prevention and management of excess adiposity.” Before they had fire, early hominids may have cooked using hydrothermal vents. Low-carb enteral feeding works. Among indigenous Americans, living in Alaska produced



Research of the Week

You’re
absorbing sunscreen
into your blood.

Whole,
fresh fruit probably does not contribute to obesity and may have a
place in the prevention and management of excess
adiposity
.”

Before they had fire, early hominids
may have cooked using hydrothermal vents
.


Low-carb enteral feeding works
.

Among
indigenous Americans
, living in Alaska produced genetic
adaptations to high altitude and cold weather, while living in the
Southwest produced adaptations to infectious disease.

Broccoli
sprouts balance the brain in schizophrenia
.

Cannabis with balanced THC/CBD and cannabis with primarily THC

have very different effects
on brain connectivity.

Holistic planned grazing
beats
continuous grazing.

New Primal Blueprint Podcasts

Episode
336: Ben Pakulski
: Host Elle Russ chats with Ben Pakulski,
former Mr. Canada and founder of Muscle Intelligence.


Episode 337: Keto: William Shewfelt
: Host Brad Kearns chats
with carnivore shredding expert William Shewfelt.

Health Coach
Radio Episode 10: Rachel Barber
: How mindfulness expert Rachel
Barber used technology, scaling, social media, and self-investment
to build her coaching business.

Each week, select Mark’s Daily Apple blog posts are prepared
as Primal Blueprint Podcasts. Need to catch up on reading, but
don’t have the time? Prefer to listen to articles while on the
go? Check out the new blog post podcasts below, and subscribe to
the Primal Blueprint Podcast
here
so you never miss an episode.

Media, Schmedia

The benefits of meat-eating are anything but “surprising.”


What a great health minister
.

Interesting Blog Posts

The utter failure of the “depression
gene
.”

In return for funding scientific research,
Coca-Cola retains the right to quash any results they don’t
like
.

Social Notes

I had a great time on the Disruption
Zone Podcast
discussing how you can (and why you should)
disrupt your health.

Why I run on
sand
.

Everything Else

Wait—should I not be
eating my rodent kidneys raw
?


Mapping Doggerland
, the formerly-inhabited area between
northern Europe and Britain lost to rising seas.

A GMO virus
saves a patient
from an antibiotic-resistant infection.


Making wine healthier
.

Listen to
your brain on silence
.

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

I’d be all over this if I were you: Paleo Magazine’s first
Paleo retreat in the Azores, Portugal. Looks beautiful. Go get you a
tribe
! Use promo code PM350 and get $350 off if you book by
5/15/19.

I wonder how this will go:
Denver decriminalizes magic mushrooms
.

I’m waiting for the omelets: Scientists
reconstruct an entire moa genome
.

I’ve noticed something similar with my arthritis: Low-carb
diets are a
better option
for patients with knee osteoarthritis than
low-fat diets (or opioids).

I can’t help but admire the entrepreneurial spirit, I just
hope it doesn’t become standard: Air quality is so bad that San
Francisco Uber drivers are
selling masks
to customers.

Interesting article: How
Madonna is handling motherhood and aging
.

Question I’m Asking

What’s your relationship to fruit? Are you able to eat it and
still lose weight or keep the weight off?

Recipe Corner

Time Capsule

One year ago (May 5 – May 11)

Comment of the Week

“I am a remote island conservationist : ) It’s a good life.
As Paul Chek says, we don’t have a government, we have a
corporate headquarters.”

– That’s a good line, Natalie.

The post Weekly Link
Love — Edition 28
appeared first on Mark’s Daily Apple.





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