New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 202

Research of the Week

Iodine deficiency is still a big problem in the developing world. Hard to develop with inadequate iodine levels.

Long COVID-type symptoms more common among COVID-negative patients than COVID-positive patients.

Fasting might be a better alternative to chronic calorie restriction.

Blood donation improves skin aging.

NSAIDs may worsen arthritis over time.

New Primal Kitchen Podcasts

Primal Kitchen Podcast: The Link Between Dairy Intolerance and Dairy Genes with Alexandre Family Farm Founders Blake and Stephanie

Primal Health Coach Radio: Health Coaching in a Medical Practice with Dr. Judith Boyce

Media, Schmedia

Elon Musk may start putting Neuralink in brains 6 months from now.

More olive oil, less death.

Interesting Blog Posts

Does nicotinamide riboside fuel cancer?

Social Notes

never stop learning🇧🇷

Fat bike fun.

Everything Else

The horse is coming back.

Some brains just age more slowly.

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

It’s not about carbs all the time: Time restricted eating sheds liver fat, regardless of baseline diet.

Interesting paper: The evolution of human skin color.

Powerful phrase: Exercise as “metabolic shield” against cancer.

Another interesting study: Hyperbaric oxygen therapy lengthens telomeres.

Amazing: Diagnosis made (correctly) by hallucination (or was it?).

Question I’m Asking

Will you install Neuralink?

Recipe Corner

  • Sheet pan chicken and sprouts.
  • Pan roasted chicken and vegetables with chicken dijon jus.

Time Capsule

One year ago (Nov 12 – Nov 18)

  • Is Honey a Safe(r) Sweetener?—Well, is it?
  • Mark’s Big Ass Keto Salad—How to do salad right.

Comment of the Week

“You really should open a Mayo-clinic.🇧🇷

🇧🇷I agree🇧🇷

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