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New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week – Issue 148

New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week – Issue 148

  • October 2, 2021

Research of the week

Compared to vegetable fat, which is high in artificial trans fats (and a control diet), ruminant fat is rich in natural trans fats improved Liver health, gut biome, and inflammatory status of laboratory rats.

Adequate, accessible stack for COVID.

Selenium deficiency is involved in viral myocarditis.

The energy compensation after exercise varies from person to person and can predict obesity.

Too many omega-6 fatty acids, increased risk of peripheral nerve pain.

New Primal Blueprint Podcasts

Episode 500: Mark Sisson and Elle Russ: Elle and I meet for the final Primal Blueprint podcast. Elle is starts her own podcast, and the Primal Blueprint Podcast becomes the Primal Kitchen Podcast, hosted by CEO and Co-Founder Morgan Zanotti.

Health coach radio: Dr. Ashley Lucas emphasizes that big changes take time.

Media, Schmedia

Good for Japan.

Why the giant sequoia needs fire.

Interesting blog posts

Hundred years of diet heart research.

Was Mozart a Shaman??

Social notes

Business promotion for AHA and ADA.

Find your compass.

Everything else

How many times have we heard of some “vertical farm“System that makes all other forms of agriculture obsolete?

Isn’t it a “sword-wielding man disguised as a ninja” who attacks and wounds several Special Forces soldiers? just a ninja?

Things that I’m doing right now and that I’m interested in

For this reason, I recommend everyone to spend at least some time in ketosis on a regular basis: It’s probably very good for aging brains.

now this is a list of foods for children: What are the most nutritious foods for children in South and Southeast Asia??

Interesting article: A. new story of the population of America.

Curious study: What happens to patient deaths when doctors go on strike?

Powerful imagery: Different ways to get 1600 calories.

Question i ask

If the giant sequoia needs fire to grow, what do you need?

Recipe corner

Time capsule

A year ago (September 25th – October 1st)

Comment of the week

“I’ve definitely seen it, but the other way around than a European who travels to the USA. I felt like I was being rushed in the restaurant, expecting to inhale my food in 30 minutes. Plus, I had nowhere really to walk, so I was basically sitting in a car or in a house (and feeling terrible because of it). It felt so strange that if I wanted to go for a walk I had to first go to a place where I could run. And then go back. I was also shocked when I bought butter for my bread at the supermarket and when I opened the butter it was WHITE. Snow white. The fat on the meat was the same. Snow white.

Given that this was just a snapshot of a place in the US but if I were to compare this place (small town in Ohio) to my hometown, I can safely say that in Sweden it’s so much easier to find a healthy one Lifestyle than in the US. I bet you can live well in the US, but it takes more effort (and probably more money). “

– I’ll answer that with Sisson on Sunday of this week.

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About the author

Mark Sisson is the founder of Mark’s Daily Apple, godfather of the primal food and lifestyle movement, and the New York Times Bestselling author of The keto reset diet. His latest book is Keto for lifewhere he discusses how to combine the keto diet with a primal lifestyle for optimal health and longevity. Mark is also the author of numerous other books, including The original blueprintwho was credited with accelerating the growth of the Primal / Paleo movement in 2009. After three decades of researching and clarifying why food is the key component in achieving and maintaining optimal wellbeing, Mark started Original cuisine, a real food company that makes Primal / Paleo, Keto and Whole30 friendly kitchen staples.

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