Research of the Week
High sugar diets may cause “persistent” epigenetic changes to an animal’s appetite for junk food.
Vitamin D improves cognitive function in older adults with mild cognitive impairment.
Keep sprinting, folks.
Starchy and sugary foods linked to cavities, especially when consumed as snacks.
Convalescent plasma appears to work in COVID patients.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 455: Dr. Cheyenne Bryant: Host Elle Russ welcomes Dr. Cheyenne Bryant to talk health, happiness, and community empowerment.
Primal Health Coach Radio Episode 84: Laura and Erin chat with Dr. Sandra Scheinbaum about the importance of having a mission.
This Neolithic farmer from Germany had terrible teeth.
Interesting Blog Posts
Is Epicureanism a better alternative to Stoicism?
Send this to someone who says salt is bad for you.
The most effective anti-COVID medicine in one recent analysis? Melatonin.
This must have been a hard study to conduct.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
With Thanksgiving approaching: Native Americans (some of them, at least) had domesticated turkeys.
I am not surprised: Better cattle management begets output and climate gains.
Makes you wonder: A doctor’s experience with seed oils in his patients.
Gorgeous art: The cell.
Cool new study: Women hunted, too.
Question I’m Asking
What are your plans for Thanksgiving?
One year ago (Nov 7 – Nov 13)
Comment of the Week
“Media fast: The news is like caramel corn – after the first bite you just keep eating. I have been limiting my exposure to the news – actually since Covid started. The media moguls try to get us to hang onto their every word by telling us that each news segment is, “Breaking News.” It’s not all “Breaking News.” It’s their way of training our taste buds to keep coming back for more or to never leave. We need to step away from the TV. You are so right. Our brains, our bodies, our spirits need a break.”
-Great analogy, Barbara.