04 Dec Weekly Link Love — Edition 109
Research of the Week
Hyperinsulinemia and cancer go hand in hand.
Emotions do not translate perfectly across languages and cultures.
Giving niacin to COVID patients increases recovery.
Not much difference in metabolic markers between pork and chicken eaters.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 457: Keltie Knight: Host Elle Russ welcomes Keltie Knight, an Emmy Award-winning television personality.
Primal Health Coach Radio Episode 86: Laura and Erin chat with Riley Rees, founder of Sofia Health, an online service helping clients find health coaches.
Don’t let bureaucrats tell you what to do. What happens between your car and a moose is entirely your business.
“A desperate nation needs puppies.” Indeed.
Interesting Blog Posts
The importance of vitamin D for T-cell function.
One of the strangest I’ve seen and heard.
I’d swim here.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
One of the most important films of our time: Sacred Cow, all about regenerative agriculture and the potential power of animal products to save our health and our planet, and it’s free to watch until December 6.
Open letter I found interesting: The one Dave Feldman addressed to the editor of the Journal of Clinical Lipidology.
Eye opening podcast: Frederic Leroy on the implications of The Great Reset.
This was funny: Money increases happiness, psychotherapy does not.
This surprised me: The MMR vaccine may protect against COVID.
Question I’m Asking
Why are there massive networks of prehistoric underground tunnels all across Europe? Craziest answers only.
One year ago (Nov 21 – Nov 27)
- Late to the Healthy Living Game? 10 Essential Tips Making the Transition to Better Health – It’s never too late.
- 6 Mind-Body Approaches for Menopause – Mind is matter.
Comment of the Week
“My wishes to everyone are to enjoy the time with one another, however many that might be and to also enjoy whatever it is that you choose to partake of. As someone who was just diagnosed with this virus and one for whom the sense of taste and smell have been lost for which I do not know if they will ever return, count the blessings you have of whatever it is that you eat.”
-Well said, Terry. I wish you a hasty recovery.
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