Weekly Link Love – Edition 82
Research of the Week
An “oral health optimized diet” is a low-carb ones.
The immunoregulatory potential of cannabis for infectious diseases.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 424: Dr. Anna Cabeca, DO: Host Elle Russ chats with Dr. Anna Cabeca, an expert on menopause and sexual health.
Primal Health Coach Radio, Episode 61: Laura and Erin talk with Milena Regos, who’s on a mission to save people from hustle culture.
Is meat off the menu?
Interesting Blog Posts
Well, can we?
I had a great time on the Essentially You podcast with Dr. Mariza Snyder, where I gave some simple tips for resetting your metabolism and rebooting your health.
I also had a great time on Dr. Mark Hyman’s The Doctor’s Farmacy podcast, where I talked about the power of keto and metabolic flexibility (among a dozen other topics).
Back when babies didn’t skip leg day.
What’s happening with coronavirus in South Asia?
Some good news.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Video that blew me away: A hen defends her chicks against a king cobra.
Interesting article on DIY biotech: The Rogue Experimenters.
Reaction video channel I’m enjoying: Reactistan. Highlights include rural Pakistani villagers trying donuts and Mexican food for the first time. “This is so sweet. But who knows what it’s made of.” Agreed, my friend.
Podcast I enjoyed: Chris Smith on the Mark Bovair Podcast talking about how doing nothing but farmer’s walks for 90 days transformed his body.
Question I’m Asking
What are you reading these days?
One year ago (May 17 – May 23)
- Archetypal Resting Positions: How Sitting Like Your Ancestors Could Save Your Health – Sit different.
- Does Sleep Quality Really Decline with Age? (Plus, What I Do) – Well, does it?
Comment of the Week
“Mark asks: ‘what is the point of all these observational studies?’
The point is for researchers to do something. I don’t say that in a cynical way, just in an observational way (har-har). Someone needs to write a thesis, then have a career, etc. The sheer quantity of these studies says more about how many people pursue this career path relative to the fruits of their labor, and less about what high-quality research looks like.
They do have some* potential for good. If we ever find that there’s some weird link between covid and broccoli, (or trans fats and heart disease), it will maybe be inspired by these datasets.”
– Great point, Grah.
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