New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week – Issue 151

New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week – Issue 151

Research of the week

Overfeeding carbohydrates reduces the antioxidant status, more in overweight people.

Eat more milk reduces fractures and falls in the elderly.

Women and overweight people can be more sensitive to disturbed neural reactions after consuming Splenda.

Seems to be a lot comes from the Eurasian steppes.

Time in nature is priceless.

New Primal Kitchen Podcasts

Episode 3: The Link Between Women’s Health and Fasting with Dr. Mindy fur: Morgan speaks to Dr. Mindy Pelz on a controversial topic: women and fasting.

Health coach radio: Alex Wisch wants you to recognize that everything that lies between your goal and you are the small steps.

Media, Schmedia

Vikings were in North America at least 1000 years ago.

At least they are admit it.

Interesting blog posts

What is the fattest food?

Men are at a much higher risk from COVID than women.

Social notes

Push up progress.

Everything else

Wait … where have I heard from now? 4-HNE Before? I wonder what nutritional component it increases in the body …

The popularizer / “inventor” / “creator” of the “Flow State” has deceased.

It turned out that horses were domesticated while the mammoth was still walking around. Cool to think about.

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

The case where your vaccine is given by nurses, not volunteers, in parking lots: in mouse models IV injection of an mRNA vaccine induces heart damage. That could explain a lot.

Well deserved: Beyond meat breaks.

Cool video: Chat between Nina Teicholz, Amber O’Hearn, Richard Morris and Cynthia Thurlow on fat, protein, fat loss and much more.

Interesting study: Mapping the human genetic architecture of COVID-19.

Keywords: meat tax “may be necessary. “

Question i ask

What are the meat prices in your area?

Recipe corner

Time capsule

One year ago (16.10. – 22.10.)

Comment of the week

“Mark, I’ve been reading this page for 10 years now and believe this is a treasure trove. The notion that any type of “mandate” would ever be a good idea, let alone conform to the general ideals of personal choice vaunted on this blog, is obviously absurd. No matter if movement is good. Everyone has the right to self-determination. If that means a “sedentary lifestyle” (due to every conceivable situation, such as 3 jobs to pay the bills) then so be it. At a time when busy people are trying to micromanage their fellow human beings instead of removing the splinters from their own eyes, I am dismayed that the ‘exercise mandate’ would even step into this blog forum. “

-I agree with you on the mandates. I was just curious to see what other people think.

Primal Kitchen Dijon mustard

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 brought it to the market Original cuisine, a food company that makes Primal / Paleo, Keto, and Whole30 friendly kitchen staples.

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