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Weekly Link Love — Edition 84

Research of the Week

Split brain, no split consciousness [1].

High circulating ketone levels reduce cardiac inflammation and inhibit the progression of heart failure [2].

Psychological distress and loneliness are way up [3].

Analyzing the genetic imprints [4] of the animal skins used for the Dead Sea Scrolls.

Why weed makes you go, “Whoa [5].”

New Primal Blueprint Podcasts

Episode 426: Mark Sisson [6]: Host Elle Russ chats with yours truly.

Episode 427: Ron Sinha [7]: Host Brad Kearns chats with Dr. Ron Sinha about the “Covesity Pandemic.”

Primal Health Coach Radio, Episode 63 [8]: Laura and Erin talk with Amy Berger about the primacy of context.

Media, Schmedia

Glad to have the Nutrition Coalition [9] on the job.

It’s not so much the chlorinated chicken [10] that disturbs me, but the reason why chlorinating chicken is necessary.

Interesting Blog Posts

On quoting Hippocrates [11].

Why does sleep deprivation kill? Might be the gut [12].

Social Notes

Many such cases [13].

What’s old is new again [14].

Everything Else

Should saturated fat intakes be reduced [15]?

Oyster worms [16].

76 acre farms are about the ideal size [17] by some measures. Agile and productive and resilient.

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

While we wait for a long term study on carnivore health: Somatic health in the Indigenous Sami population [18].

Interesting paper: The one exploring the interactions between vitamin D and the coronavirus [19].

Video I liked: 3D reconstruction of Australopithecus sediba walking [20].

Some of you will enjoy this: Beer probably good for cardiovascular health [21].

More “paradoxes”: Butter beats margarine [22], again.

Question I’m Asking

What has you excited?

Recipe Corner

Time Capsule

One year ago (May 31 – Jun 6)

Comment of the Week

“Can’t wait till I’m 130 years old. Max aerobic heart rate will roughly equal resting heart rate so I can finally burn maximum fat in my Barcalounger.”

– Great idea, Neanderchow [27].