11 Dec Weekly Link Love — Edition 110
Research of the Week
Recent exposure to more common coronaviruses (like the common cold) seem to mitigate the severity of COVID-19.
There are six chronotypes, apparently.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 458: Sharon Saylor: Host Elle Russ chats with Sharon Sayler, the “difficult people whisperer.”
Episode 459: GS Youngblood: Host Elle Russ welcomes GS Youngblood who teaches men to live and love from their masculine core.
Primal Health Coach Radio Episode 87: Laura and Erin chat with Nick Shaw, founder of Renaissance Periodization, and a master coach.
Primal Health Coach Radio Episode 88: Laura and Erin chat with Dr. Nick Henrikson, an MD who’s revolutionizing telemedicine.
Imagine being a ten year old and finding this huge haul of ancient arrows.
Interesting Blog Posts
For the life of me I can’t find a local master to teach this to me.
China may be building GMO super soldiers.
More LDL particles, fewer heart attacks and less death?
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Tell your doctor: Quick overview of vitamin D and COVID-19.
I buy it: More wine, cheese, and lamb are fine by me.
More simple tests like this please: Most effective way to screen for COVID might be a loss of smell test.
Does this explain the flush?: Niacin may have come from outer space.
Question I’m Asking
Are you ready for 2021?
- Golden milk.
- Ever have anticuchos? Grilled Peruvian beef heart? Just make sure to use the right oil.
One year ago (Dec 4 – Dec 10)
- A Beginner’s Guide to Reading Scientific Research – How to go about it.
- 8 Things We Can Learn From the Carnivore Movement– What can we learn?
Comment of the Week
“It’s your last time really alone (until baby moves out of the house) so enjoy these moments with your wife. Your days are about to get a lot busier and noisier. You won’t have time to yourself in the same way. Your priorities are about to shift to a new human so get as much of the “you time” banked now as you can. So watch all the movies, and read all the books on your list, take baths together, go for hikes, do a road trip, and anything else you alone love and that the two of you enjoy together. Build on the strength of your marriage. Create a haven for the 2 of you at home, go on dates when the baby is old enough for a sitter, etc.
I’m 53 and my youngest is 23 and all of our 4 kids live far away at the moment. My regrets are the moments I might have missed when the kids were around and I was busy or working or whatever. Try to really be there as much as you emotionally can for the magic of kids that happens in the mundane moments.”
-Well said, Julian. Really, the whole comment section is a treasure trove of parenting advice.
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