Statins don’t help older adults, and they may even lead to higher mortality.
A 3-egg-a-day, low-carb diet helps older adults lose visceral fat, improve metabolic health, lower triglycerides, and raise HDL.
Fennel is great for post-menopausal women (PDF).
Physical strength predicts political leaning in men.
Eating more salt causes you to preserve water and drink less.
There’s no substitute for sunlight.
Add black pepper to the list of spices that reduce high-heat carcinogen formation in meat.
Gut bacteria imbalance linked to systemic sclerosis.
Psilocybin mushrooms deemed the world’s safest recreational drug.
Episode 170: Sarah Ballantyne, PhD: I chat with Sarah Ballantyne, New York Times bestselling author of The Paleo Approach, The Paleo Approach Cookbook and The Healing Kitchen, and creator of the online program Go To Bed.
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Are nature documentaries fake?
Why “Homo prospectus” might be more accurate.
Steven Hamley introduces his new paper on saturated fat, polyunsaturated fat, and heart disease.
Why the war on red meat is misleading.
A Tarahumara woman won a 50km race wearing sandals.
Walking and creativity go hand in hand.
Well, they are called sea lions.
New photo technology captures the moment of conception.
Announcement I’m proud to make: PRIMAL KITCHEN® wins the Best Paleo Company (food) award in Paleo Magazine.
Development I’m happy to see: Lab-grown blood stem cells.
Concept I’m pondering: Spiderwebs as extensions of the spider’s mind.
Animation I dug: The 50 million-year evolution of the whale.
Terrible (and I really like avocado): This latte.
One year ago (May 28– June 3)
“Next step – asking health insurance to cover massage so I can get a serotonin boost regularly ?”
– I hear ya, Nicole. There are lots of things health insurance should cover but doesn’t.