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Weekly Link Love – Edition 68

Research of the Week

Among the working urban poor of Chennai, naps are more effective than more sleep at night [1].

In the Netherlands, those drinking between 5 and 15 grams of ethanol—or one standard beer, glass of wine, or drink—each day had the highest chance of reaching 90 years of age [2].

Of milk and health [3].

Tone deaf? Blame your parents [4].

Brown fat linked [5] to better metabolic health and lower blood pressure.

New Primal Blueprint Podcasts

Episode 403: Dr. Mark Hyman [6]: Host Elle Russ chats with the man himself, Dr. Mark Hyman.

Primal Health Coach Radio, Episode 47 [7]: Laura and Erin chat with Sam Miller, who likes to keep it super simple.

Media, Schmedia

A medical imaging office goes vegan for a month and loses weight, mostly muscle [8].

Interesting Blog Posts

Did the rest of the world luck out [9] because the coronavirus hit China first?

How to reduce deaths on the road [10].

Social Notes

Important reminder [11].

How to eat in a Chinese city on medical lockdown [12].

Everything Else

The latest Alzheimer’s drug trial fails [13]. “We don’t have anything now.” Maybe try the root cause?

Researcher explores [14] the origin of the common Inuit genetic variant that inhibits ketosis.

I get that IPAs are getting out of hand, but this is ridiculous [15].

Ancient dates sprout [16].

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

Podcast I enjoyed doing: Max Lugavere’s Genius Life [17], where we chatted metabolic flexibility.

Sad news: Dr. Richard Veech passes [18]. RIP.

I simply can’t get my mind around this: A third of British dog owners hope to feed their dogs vegan meals [19].

Some good, albeit preliminary news: Coronavirus does not appear to affect pregnancy [20].

Interesting article: Does the nuclear family need revamping [21]?

Question I’m Asking

Do you think the nuclear family model is outdated? How would you update it, if at all?

Recipe Corner

Time Capsule

One year ago (Feb 8 – Feb 14)

Comment of the Week

“Plus workers have to get up so damn early to milk all the almonds!”

– It really is a terrible industry, Lisa [26].