Research of the Week
Mainlining garlic for cold season? Have an apple over salad  for the sake of those around you.
Dim light in the room when you sleep impairs cognitive performance  the next day.
Doctors are over-diagnosing  breast cancer.
An extra hour of sleep increases wages  by over 1% in the short term and 5% in the long term.
Interrupting your sitting with frequent standing breaks increases mental alertness, reduces fatigue, and inhibits food cravings .
If you want to lower postprandial blood glucose, better to take a walk after you eat  than at random throughout the day.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 142: Paul Greive : Host Elle Russ chats with rancher Paul Greive, who tells you how to navigate the tricky world of grass-fed labeling and explains what it’s like to raise grass-fed cattle in Southern California.
Each week, select Mark’s Daily Apple blog posts are prepared as Primal Blueprint Podcasts. Need to catch up on reading, but don’t have the time? Prefer to listen to articles while on the go? Check out the new blog post podcasts below, and subscribe to the Primal Blueprint Podcast here  so you never miss an episode.
Interesting Blog Posts
Here’s what they’re feeding  diabetic patients in one Canadian hospital.
People are embracing  low-carb vegetable versions of pasta, rice, and other starchy carb foods.
Scientists insist  that the microbiome will be a big player in personalized medicine.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Content I’m browsing: The slides  from Dennis Mckenna’s recent presentation in Prague.
Product I’m both curious about and horrified by: VR food .
Podcast I enjoyed: One Primal Health Coach grad (Dr. Brian Peterson) interviewing another (Jasmine Cabrera) on the Unleash Your Gene-ius podcast .
Interview I gave: “Secrets of a Paleo Aficionado ” with Focal Upright.
Clip I’m watching: The great escape .
One year ago (Nov 13 – Nov 19)
Comment of the Week
“This is definitely not the post to introduce the new girlfriend sporting a few extra pounds to the benefits of the paleo lifestyle“
– Maybe not, Jack Lea Mason .