Research of the Week
Adipose tissue is limited by the number of embryonic progenitor cells.
Relying only on antibody testing may not capture everyone with coronavirus immunity.
Birds who swallow fish eggs whole may deposit them intact and viable into isolated lakes.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 430: Shawn Baker MD: Host Elle Russ chats with Dr. Shawn Baker about all-things carnivory.
Primal Health Coach Radio, Episode 66: Laura and Erin chat with Tara Garrison.
What happened to schools and daycares that remained open despite the pandemic?
Interesting Blog Posts
How one man thinks we can solve the pandemic, and quickly.
What we’ve lost (but can regain).
One opinion on differences between China and America.
Macaques take over a Thai city.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
I’m not surprised: There is a strong bias in which antidepressant trials get published.
Interesting finding: It’s not that power poses work. It’s that slumping is bad for your mental health and fortitude.
Video I liked: The power of swimming in wild open water.
Counterintuitive result that might not be so counterintuitive when you really think about it: “Enrichment” activities are probably bad, or at least neutral, for kids.
Now I’m worried: A computer describes the Mona Lisa.
Question I’m Asking
How are you playing these days?
One year ago (Jun 21 – Jun 27)
- Intermittent Fasting for Athletes: Benefits and Concerns – What to keep in mind.
- 12 Intermittent Fasting Tips for Athletes – A few tips.
Comment of the Week
“You missed the most important part…how to eat it! You have to pull the bottom of each leaf thru your teeth. I’ve seen people trying to bite and chew the ends.”
– Indeed, Cate. Sidenote: I would support a GMO artichoke whose leaves you could eat in their entirety.