New and Notable: What I read this week — Version 178

Weekly research

Super high HDL levels associated with cardiac events in people with heart disease.

Controlling “eating signals” can help people lose weight.

Alcohol-related deaths are on the rise.

A small amount of physical activity reduces the risk of depression.

Nature always works.

Ketones can fight colorectal cancer.

New Primal Kitchen Podcast

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

Primary Health Coach Radio: Amanda Jane Snyder

Media, Schmidia

Environmental toxins and obesity (even intergenerational obesity).

Lettuce is the most common cause of food poisoning.

Interesting blog post

How space changes the brain.

Experts agree that diet can get rid of type 2 diabetes. Finally!

Social notes

Indeed.

Everything in context.

Everything else

Scientists grow plants on the moon (Earth).

Does it really have to be “fast”?

The things I’m talking about and interested in

Interesting find: Short talk is good, obviously.

The good news: The trend of warming up has slowed down during data revaluation.

Interesting article: Is an ancient civilization buried beneath Turkey?

Use it as you wish: Fasting makes muscle cells more resistant to stress.

One of my favorite foods: Blueberries can protect against midlife dementia.

The question I’m asking

Do you enjoy small talk?

Recipe Corner

Time capsules

One year ago (May 14 – May 20)

Comments of the week

“To illustrate my point, I agree with Mark that I am not optimistic about President Biden’s involvement in the American people’s food and nutrition preferences. .

In my opinion, this should not be within the purview of the federal government, let alone the executive branch; It should only be a personal family concern. Federal / state governments may influence their respective amendments and military food plans, however, including Joe Biden (Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama, Joe Rogan, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Bill Gates, Rob Wolf, Mark Sison, Julia Chill , Etc.) Never effectively tell me what I can or can’t prepare in my own kitchen. “

-I think we can all agree there, hate me. Except for Julia Child, I listened to her.

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About the author

Mark Season is the founder of Mark’s Daily Apple, the godfather of the early food and lifestyle movement and New York Times Its bestselling author Keto Reset Diet. His latest book Cato for Life, Where he discusses how he integrates the Keto Diet with his early lifestyle for optimal health and longevity. Author of many more books, including Mark Early blueprintWho was credited with turbocharging in 2009 for the growth of the early / Paleo movement. After three decades of research and education on why food is a key ingredient for achieving and maintaining optimal well-being, Mark started Primal Kitchen, a real-food company. Which makes Primal / Paleo, Keto and Hole30-friendly kitchen staples.

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