New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 194
Research of the Week
Turns out that “depression as realism” is a complete myth.
Both step counts and step intensity affect mortality risk.
Time-restricted eating improves glucose homeostasis without affecting insulin sensitivity.
Diluting old plasma with younger plasma improves aging, possibly mediated by changes to the gut biome.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Health Coach Radio: There is More to Fitness Than Cardio with Ashleigh VanHouten
Authors of a bad red meat study are getting pressured to revisit their methods.
Ultraprocessed foods are still bad for you even when you control for nutrient content.
Interesting Blog Posts
That red meat study is looking worse and worse.
Low-level aerobic activity can counter some of the negative effects of bad sleep.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Interesting research: Did Neanderthals obtain significant amounts of carbohydrates from their animal foods?
Important new article: Is saturated fat just a bogeyman?
Simple but overlooked: CoQ10 fights fatigue.
Interesting paper: UFOs over Ukraine.
Question I’m Asking
How do you handle a night of bad sleep?
One year ago (Sep 11 – Sep 17)
- The Benefits of Pumpkin and Pumpkin Seeds—Why you should eat them.
- Yerba Mate: Miracle Tea or Just Another Caffeine Kick?—All about Yerba mate.
Comment of the Week
“Eat enough of that Nigerian stock and you probably won’t have to worry about Original Antigenic Sin (though I’d skip the new bivalent boosters anyway).”
-Maybe, Jesse, maybe.
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