Analysis of the Week
Excessive sugar diets may cause “persistent” epigenetic modifications to an animal’s urge for food for junk meals.
Vitamin D improves cognitive perform in older adults with gentle cognitive impairment.
Keep sprinting, people.
Starchy and sugary meals linked to cavities, especially when consumed as snacks.
Convalescent plasma appears to work in COVID sufferers.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 455: Dr. Cheyenne Bryant: Host Elle Russ welcomes Dr. Cheyenne Bryant to speak well being, happiness, and group empowerment.
Primal Health Coach Radio Episode 84: Laura and Erin chat with Dr. Sandra Scheinbaum concerning the significance of getting a mission.
This Neolithic farmer from Germany had terrible teeth.
Fascinating Weblog Posts
Is Epicureanism a greater different to Stoicism?
Ship this to somebody who says salt is unhealthy for you.
The whole lot Else
The best anti-COVID drugs in a single current evaluation? Melatonin.
This should have been a hard study to conduct.
Issues I’m As much as and In
With Thanksgiving approaching: Native Americans (some of them, at least) had domesticated turkeys.
I’m not stunned: Better cattle management begets output and climate gains.
Makes you surprise: A doctor’s experience with seed oils in his patients.
Attractive artwork: The cell.
Cool new research: Women hunted, too.
Query I’m Asking
What are your plans for Thanksgiving?
One yr in the past (Nov 7 – Nov 13)
Remark of the Week
“Media quick: The information is like caramel corn – after the primary chunk you simply hold consuming. I’ve been limiting my publicity to the information – really since Covid began. The media moguls attempt to get us to hold onto their each phrase by telling us that every information phase is, “Breaking Information.” It’s not all “Breaking Information.” It’s their manner of coaching our style buds to maintain coming again for extra or to by no means depart. We have to step away from the TV. You might be so proper. Our brains, our our bodies, our spirits want a break.”
-Nice analogy, Barbara.