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Weekly Link Love – Edition 65

Research of the Week

Blue-blocking glasses improve [1] mania patients’ sleep quality.

The human landscape of ancient Africa looked a lot different [2] 3000 years ago.

Without changing caloric intake, time-restricted eating improves metabolic health [3].

Ramadan-style fasting (30 days of 14-hour fasts, from dawn to sunset) activates [4] proteins related to cancer protection, glucose regulation, fat burning, cognitive function, and immune function.

In Danes, taking fish oil was associated with larger testicles and better sperm parameters [5].

Women who take the birth control pill tend to have smaller hypothalamuses [6].

Grass-fed beef is darker, firmer, and less acidic than grain-fed beef [7].

New Primal Blueprint Podcasts

Episode 400: Dr. Corey Riser [8]: Host Elle Russ chats with Chiropractor and Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner Dr. Corey Riser.

Primal Health Coach Radio, Episode 44 [9]: Laura and Erin chat with Anya Perry and Deanna Wilcox, founders of Plan to Succeed.

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, and subscribe to the Primal Blueprint Podcast here [10] so you never miss an episode.

Media, Schmedia

California may call [11] Tylenol a carcinogen.

American Southerners in particular are inactive [12] (but everyone’s pretty bad).

Interesting Blog Posts

Fat from your last meal sets the metabolic table [13].

Dr. Danenberg goes carnivore for his cancer [14].

The glucose-lowering effect of ketones [15].

Social Notes

Amy Remondi explains [16] how she learned the science of Primal health and fitness while building her business.

Play a little. Or a lot [17].

Everything Else

What the smartphone has done [18] to our concept of “space.”

Talk like an Egyptian [19].

More calls [20] to look into the ethics of Harvard’s meat science research.

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

Interesting stat: When trying to lose weight, female doctors tend to personally use intermittent fasting, ketogenic diets, and low-carb diets [21].

Question I found interesting: What’s driving people to seek out and relish objectively painful and uncomfortable stimuli like cold water swimming [22]?

I agree with this principle: Happiness (and love) is what matters [23].

Why not both?: Exercise as a caffeine alternative [24].

One of many: The forgotten art of squatting [25].

Question I’m Asking

Are you worried about the coronavirus?

Recipe Corner

Time Capsule

One year ago (Jan 18– Jan 24)

Comment of the Week

“Years ago my brother was placed on a drug for high blood pressure. Within two weeks he had a heated disagreement with his neighbor and code enforcement at his home that led to a SWAT team being called. Fortunately one of his neighbors was a cop in the same city; he was able to de-escalate the situation and no one was harmed. The next day my brother realized his outrage about many things had begun after taking the drug. He discontinued it. Three years later his wife was put on the same drug; due to constant arguing, they ended up divorced. They had been high school sweethearts.”

– That’s a sad, alarming story, Lisa [30].