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New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 156

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Research of the Week

Asexual identifying people tend to invest less in both romantic and platonic relationships.

Grazing is good for the soil and biodiversity (again).

Exercising as you enter a fast can help you hit ketosis faster.

Whether you went to college can predict (but not cause) long term brain health and function.

Your circadian rhythm affects energy balance.

New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Episode 8: Mark Sisson Holiday Q&A

Episode 9: Bar Malik: The former NBA Director of Performance discusses his new optimized sports drink, Barcode.

Primal Health Coach Institute: Dr. Shamini Jain on why we are our best healers.
Media, Schmedia
I’m not so sure on psychedelic telemedicine.

Giant mammoths in the ocean. The world and its past are far stranger than you could ever realize.
Interesting Blog Posts
Inositol can really help women with PCOS.

Males aren’t supposed to be this infertile, folks.
Social Notes
Now that’s an open letter: one imploring a region in India to start providing eggs to children in poverty.

Nature is beautiful but dangerous.
Everything Else
These bees got straight As in school.

Don’t do this (with yours or anyone else’s).

We still don’t know how fish schools work, or why.

Points for effort.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Interesting: Prozac helps against COVID.

New study: “These data suggest that, in contrast to the typical pattern of dyslipidemia, greater LDLc elevation on a CRD tends to occur in the context of low cardiometabolic risk.”

Well-deserved: The backlash against “plant-based” foods.

Overrated: Plants as carbon sinks.

Underrated: Soil as carbon sink.
Question I’m Asking
What is your dream charity?
Recipe Corner

Incredible paleo fried calamari.
More bone broth recipes than you’ll ever need.

Time Capsule
One year ago (Nov 27 – Dec 3a)

How to Recover From Holiday Overindulgence— How to do it.
Primal Gift Guide 2020— What to buy.

Comment of the Week
“Regarding growth issues. Males may need much more zinc to grow to their full potential. Eating zinc-rich foods like liver might not be enough. First there is type-II zinc deficiencies, which can be caused by something as insidious as delayed hypersensitivities to foods, or spores or mycotoxins in the air breathed while sleeping. Second, males who discover the joys of masturbation can lose zinc in ejaculate. Another observation by a colleague was that “catch-up growth” frequently occurred when a zinc insufficiency was corrected. One boy grew six inches in less than a year. So maybe a trial of zinc for a month would be worth it? Maybe medical monitoring of copper status during the month for optimizing safety?”

-One of many great comments.

The post New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 156 appeared first on Mark’s Daily Apple.

Research of the Week

Asexual identifying people tend to invest less in both romantic and platonic relationships.

Grazing is good for the soil and biodiversity (again).

Exercising as you enter a fast can help you hit ketosis faster.

Whether you went to college can predict (but not cause) long term brain health and function.

Your circadian rhythm affects energy balance.

New Primal Kitchen Podcasts

Episode 8: Mark Sisson Holiday Q&A

Episode 9: Bar Malik: The former NBA Director of Performance discusses his new optimized sports drink, Barcode.

Primal Health Coach Institute: Dr. Shamini Jain on why we are our best healers.

Media, Schmedia

I’m not so sure on psychedelic telemedicine.

Giant mammoths in the ocean. The world and its past are far stranger than you could ever realize.

Interesting Blog Posts

Inositol can really help women with PCOS.

Males aren’t supposed to be this infertile, folks.

Social Notes

Now that’s an open letter: one imploring a region in India to start providing eggs to children in poverty.

Nature is beautiful but dangerous.

Everything Else

These bees got straight As in school.

Don’t do this (with yours or anyone else’s).

We still don’t know how fish schools work, or why.

Points for effort.

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

Interesting: Prozac helps against COVID.

New study: “These data suggest that, in contrast to the typical pattern of dyslipidemia, greater LDLc elevation on a CRD tends to occur in the context of low cardiometabolic risk.”

Well-deserved: The backlash against “plant-based” foods.

Overrated: Plants as carbon sinks.

READ:  Food Plants on Fire

Underrated: Soil as carbon sink.

Question I’m Asking

What is your dream charity?

Recipe Corner

Time Capsule

One year ago (Nov 27 – Dec 3a)

Comment of the Week

“Regarding growth issues. Males may need much more zinc to grow to their full potential. Eating zinc-rich foods like liver might not be enough. First there is type-II zinc deficiencies, which can be caused by something as insidious as delayed hypersensitivities to foods, or spores or mycotoxins in the air breathed while sleeping. Second, males who discover the joys of masturbation can lose zinc in ejaculate. Another observation by a colleague was that “catch-up growth” frequently occurred when a zinc insufficiency was corrected. One boy grew six inches in less than a year. So maybe a trial of zinc for a month would be worth it? Maybe medical monitoring of copper status during the month for optimizing safety?”

-One of many great comments.

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