Weekly Link Love — Edition 62
Research of the Week
Under severe calorie restriction, exercise reduces muscle loss by inhibiting autophagy.
Alcohol abstinence is a good idea for people with atrial fibrillation.
Common pyrethroid pesticides, including anti-tick chemicals, linked to heart disease.
The fungus linked to dandruff is also linked to pancreatic cancer.
Mindfulness doesn’t seem to increase mental health when you control for personality.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 396: Mark Sisson’s Keto for Life: Brad Kearns and I chat about the release of the new book, plus how Keto for Life almost didn’t happen because I wasn’t walking the talk. Writing the book forced me to pivot and recalibrate my own life.
Primal Health Coach Radio, Episode 41: Laura and Erin chat with Chris Prior about his process of content creation.
Each week, select Mark’s Daily Apple blog posts are prepared as Primal Blueprint Podcasts. Need to catch up on reading, but don’t have the time? Prefer to listen to articles while on the go? Check out the new blog post podcasts below, and subscribe to the Primal Blueprint Podcast here so you never miss an episode.
In a world with endless food availability, some people need artificial borders.
Interesting Blog Posts
Mel Joulwan’s favorite books of the 2010s.
Happy New Year (and new decade).
Seabirds who use tools.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
New way to think about fatty acids: Peter delivers.
Drink I’m not sure I’d try: Ant schnapps.
Interesting result: Active anti-depressants cause more drop-outs than placebo anti-depressants.
Unrelated to ancestral health in any way, but interesting read: Prison in Japan.
This seems like an easy win: Classroom air filters to remove air pollution and increase achievement.
Question I’m Asking
What are you going to do differently this year?
One year ago (Dec 28–Jan 3)
- How to Restart Keto – How to do it.
- Dear Mark: How do the Hadza Eat so Much Honey? and Happy New Year! – On the Hadza’s love and tolerance of honey.
Comment of the Week
“This space, this year, seems to be gathering in anticipation of something big. Personally I feel the shallow, lifeless chaff of the previous decade fluttering away in preparation to better absorb what’s next. People seem to be coming to their senses about the superfluous nature of easily acquired stuff. Thanks for being the vanguard.”
– Well-said, Jim.
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