New and Notable: What I read this week — Version 177

Weekly research

Wearing a mask, even at rest, increases CO2 levels excessively.

Eating more protein during weight loss stops muscle wasting and improves the overall quality of food.

In patients with advanced stage kidney disease, a very low protein diet does not provide any benefits.

Vitamin B12 deficiency is catastrophic for children (and everyone).

More energy, less frustration.

The more species you see on the coast, the better.

New Primal Kitchen Podcast

Primal Kitchen Podcast Episode 29: Childhood Behavior and Pregnancy Care with Pediatrician Ari Calhoun

Primary Health Coach Radio: Chandler Walker

Media, Schmidia

I’m not optimistic.

Lettuce is the most common cause of food poisoning.

Interesting blog post

Why are we basing our food policy on terrible, unknown, often misinformation?

The trees are good.

Social notes

Because it’s not about the environment.

Let the kids be kids (and learn from them!)

Everything else

When you exercise your blood is anti-cancer.

The usefulness of strangeness.

The things I’m talking about and interested in

Ancient Renaissance: Tradition often gets things right.

Agree: To really fix food-related diseases, we must look inwards.

Interesting threads: The genomics of the population in ancient Eurasia.

I would be surprised: The Dietary Guidance Committee can deal with ultraprocessed foods.

A tragedy on all fronts: slavery did not even contribute to the rise of the American economy.

The question I’m asking

Are you weird

Recipe Corner

  • Crispy shale and shale oil: a method.
  • One of the best salads in the world: Lab.

Time capsules

One year ago (April 30 – May 6)

  • How to Grill Everything — Ultimate Guide করুন Grill everything.
  • Habit Stacking Microworkouts (aka working without thinking about it) – Workout your life.

Comments of the week

“I don’t like arrogant, arrogant, narcissistic alpha people… unless they’re my surgeons!”

-Scientist, paleoprogressive.

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