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New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 178

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Research of the Week

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

Regulating “eating cues” can help people lose weight.

Alcohol-related deaths are way up.

Just a small amount of physical activity lowers depression risk.

Nature always works.

Ketones may fight colorectal cancer.

New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Kitchen Podcast Episode 29: Childhood Behavior and Preconception Care with Pediatric Naturopathic Doctor, Ari Calhoun

Primal Health Coach Radio: Amanda Jane Snyder
Media, Schmedia
Environmental toxins and obesity (even intergenerational obesity).

Lettuce is the most common cause of food poisoning.
Interesting Blog Posts
How space changes the brain.

Experts agree that diet can achieve type 2 diabetes remission. Finally!
Social Notes
Indeed.

Context is everything.
Everything Else
Scientists grow plants in lunar soil (on Earth).

Does it really need to be “faster”?
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Interesting finding: Small talk is good, apparently.

Good news: Warming trends have slowed upon reevaluation of the data.

Interesting article: Is an ancient civilization buried under Turkey?

Use this as you will: Fasting appears to make muscle cells more resistant to stress.

One of my favorite foods: Blueberries may protect against midlife dementia.
Question I’m Asking
Do you enjoy small talk?
Recipe Corner

Yes, I’m linking to a mayo-free coleslaw recipe.
Instant Pot sticky spare ribs.

Time Capsule
One year ago (May 14 – May 20)

The Value of Eating What Your Ancestors Ate—Makes perfect sense.
Keto on the Trail: What to Pack for Primal and Keto Camping, Hiking, and Backpacking —What to eat.

Comment of the Week
“To expound on my initial comment, I agree with Mark that I am not optimistic about President Biden involving himself in Americans’ diet and nutrition choices. From what I’ve seen, even his most well-meaning efforts to address legitimate issues tend to only exacerbate them.

In my opinion, this should not be within the purview of the federal government, let alone the executive branch; it should be the concern only of the individual household. The federal/state governments can influence their respective corrections and military meal plans… however, Joe Biden (along with Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama, Joe Rogan, Alexandria Occasio-Cortez, Bill Gates, Robb Wolfe, Mark Sisson, Julia Child, etc.) will never effectively tell me what I can or cannot prepare in my own kitchen.”

-I think we can all agree there, hate_me. Except for Julia Child—I’d listen to her.

The post New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 178 appeared first on Mark’s Daily Apple.

Research of the Week

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

Regulating “eating cues” can help people lose weight.

Alcohol-related deaths are way up.

Just a small amount of physical activity lowers depression risk.

Nature always works.

Ketones may fight colorectal cancer.

New Primal Kitchen Podcasts

Primal Kitchen Podcast Episode 29: Childhood Behavior and Preconception Care with Pediatric Naturopathic Doctor, Ari Calhoun

Primal Health Coach Radio: Amanda Jane Snyder

Media, Schmedia

Environmental toxins and obesity (even intergenerational obesity).

Lettuce is the most common cause of food poisoning.

Interesting Blog Posts

How space changes the brain.

Experts agree that diet can achieve type 2 diabetes remission. Finally!

Social Notes

Indeed.

Context is everything.

Everything Else

Scientists grow plants in lunar soil (on Earth).

Does it really need to be “faster”?

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

Interesting finding: Small talk is good, apparently.

Good news: Warming trends have slowed upon reevaluation of the data.

Interesting article: Is an ancient civilization buried under Turkey?

Use this as you will: Fasting appears to make muscle cells more resistant to stress.

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

Question I’m Asking

Do you enjoy small talk?

Recipe Corner

Time Capsule

One year ago (May 14 – May 20)

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Comment of the Week

“To expound on my initial comment, I agree with Mark that I am not optimistic about President Biden involving himself in Americans’ diet and nutrition choices. From what I’ve seen, even his most well-meaning efforts to address legitimate issues tend to only exacerbate them.

In my opinion, this should not be within the purview of the federal government, let alone the executive branch; it should be the concern only of the individual household. The federal/state governments can influence their respective corrections and military meal plans… however, Joe Biden (along with Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, Michelle Obama, Joe Rogan, Alexandria Occasio-Cortez, Bill Gates, Robb Wolfe, Mark Sisson, Julia Child, etc.) will never effectively tell me what I can or cannot prepare in my own kitchen.”

-I think we can all agree there, hate_me. Except for Julia Child—I’d listen to her.

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