Research of the Week
How the founder’s personality predicts the start-up’s success.
The history of dingoes.
Northern Chinese have a genetic adaptation to fattier, meat-heavier diets.
Higher intakes of animal and fish protein linked to lower risk of hip fracture.
You can be over 85 and still make gains in strength and muscle mass.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Kitchen Podcast: So What’s Your Gut Telling You?
Primal Health Coach Radio: Dayna Hrovath
Adderall shortage hitting students hard.
Interesting Blog Posts
The misplaced ban on incandescents.
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Things I’m Up to and Interested In
New plantar fasciitis treatment: Vibration with shockwave therapy.
Not surprised: Frequently heated oils and negative health consequences.
Interesting: The case for a simulated universe.
Fascinating: Congolese hunter gatherer men who stay up late have higher testosterone than those who go to bed earlier.
Product I’m enjoying: HELLO grass-fed strawberry jello.
Question I’m Asking
Do you think the universe is a simulation? The idea strikes me as a techie version of religion.
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Comment of the Week
“Picanha recipe – avoid!
“The picanha will likely come with a thick fat cap still on it, so use a fillet knife to trim it all off. ”
Um, no, no, and no.”
-Ha, yes. Leave the fat cap on.
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