Although you can get a cold throughout the year, most people have a higher risk of the common cold in the winter and spring months.1 One of the most common symptoms is a sore throat. The Guardian characterizes the common cold as having “the twin distin…
December 30, 2021, Joe Rogan interviewed Dr. Robert Malone, the inventor of the mRNA gene transfer technology. YouTube and Twitter promptly deleted the interview and mainstream media published a rash of articles attacking Malone and Rogan in the most d…
This article was previously published June 29, 2020, and has been updated with new information.
Breathing is universal, habitual and nearly always automatic. When you get stressed, your breathing pattern and rate change. This often results in more c…
This article was previously published August 16, 2020, and has been updated with new information.
Siim Land has written an excellent book called “Metabolic Autophagy: Practice Intermittent Fasting and Resistance Training to Build Muscle and Promote …
Pam Popper is the president of Wellness Forum Health and cofounder of Make Americans Free Again, which plays a significant role in the fight to help preserve American freedoms. An important part of that task is building a powerful community and, as not…
The “COVID Chronicles” movie1 gives a concise look at the pandemic, answering some of the questions that have left many people scratching their heads, because the reality and science don’t seem to match up with what the media is reporting.
This article was previously published August 8, 2020, and has been updated with new information.
Vitamin C has always been vital to immune function, but COVID-19 has shone the spotlight on the vitamin in a big way. While everyone is scurrying to stock…
The U.S Food and Drug Administration approved prescription eye drops, called Vuity, to treat presbyopia, commonly known as age-related farsightedness. People with presbyopia have trouble focusing on objects close up, and it commonly affects people begi…
Research of the Week
Restricting carbs augments weight loss-induced improvements in glucose control and liver fat in type 2 diabetics.
Researchers use CRISPR to make mice more metabolically inefficient and burn more fat.
Doing pushups and squats throughout the day can make your brain work better.
Butter oil and weight gain.
Vitamin D in honey.
Whole eggs are more effective than egg whites for fat loss and muscle gain when resistance training.
Fighting the replication crisis.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Episode 13: Taking a Bigger Slice Out of Life With Blaze Pizza
Primal Health Coach Institute: Yours truly.
Lickable TV screen you can taste.
Interesting Blog Posts
Horror and prehistory.
Consider lard (or tallow).
How to fix a sore throat.
Awesome thread of inspiration.
The basics become more important in crazy times.
What’s the best rice in the world?
The situation in one NYC high school.
Stolen attention span.
Art deco was much older than I thought.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Important: “Circular food systems” including pork, beef, and lamb are far more sustainable and produce fewer emissions than poultry-rich food systems prescribed by EAT-Lancet.
Great name: Sioux Chef.
Great insight: When is a scientific field a field?
Here we go: US News releases their best (and worst) diets.
Not surprised: Keto snubbed again. It’s becoming a badge of honor.
Question I’m Asking
I’m sick of writing about the US News diet report every year. Nina covers it so well here. Do you agree with her?
Zoodle shrimp pasta.
Steak fajita bowl with guac. Simple, effective.
One year ago (Jan 1 – Jan 7)
Why You Should Eat Brightly-Colored Fruits and Vegetables — You really should.
Revisiting Fasted Training— How and why to do it.
Comment of the Week
“‘More nature contact, less loneliness.’
Where’s the link? ?”
-I forgot the link, but do you really need one?
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This article was previously published August 14, 2020, and has been updated with new information.
Coronaviruses were identified in the mid-1960s and so named for the crown-like spikes on the surface of the cell. Until the first SARS-CoV arrived in 200…
If Dr. Anthony Fauci had not been a household name before 2020 — or at least since the 1980s — he most certainly has become one since. Fauci is the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and the chief medical adviser …
The video above features Collette Martin, a practicing nurse who testified before a Louisiana Health and Welfare Committee hearing December 6, 2021.1,2 Martin claims she and her colleagues have witnessed “terrifying” reactions to the COVID shots among …