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Weekend Link Love – Edition 451

weekend_linklove in-lineRESEARCH OF THE WEEK

Sufferers of chronic fatigue syndrome are likely to have imbalanced gut bacteria.

CRISPR was just used to kill HIV in live animals.

The pill that increases endurance capacity (in mice).

We’re using too much sunscreen.

Marriage tanks testosterone.

College dorms are full of toxic flame retardants.

Cleaning out old cells can revive ailing joints.

NEW PRIMAL BLUEPRINT PODCASTS

pb-podcast-banner-142 Episode 167: Dr. Gary Foresman: Host Elle Russ chats with Dr. Foresman about a very controversial topic—vaccines. Buckle up.

Each week, select Mark’s Daily Apple blog posts are prepared as Primal Blueprint Podcasts. Need to catch up on reading, but don’t have the time? Prefer to listen to articles while on the go? Check out the new blog post podcasts below, and subscribe to the Primal Blueprint Podcast here so you never miss an episode.

INTERESTING BLOG POSTS

Great tips on boosting energy.

When to do a floating snatch deadlift.

MEDIA, SCHMEDIA

Better take your cholesterol-busters!

Humans weren’t the only species to follow the Out-of-Africa model.

Scottish surfer survives 32 hours at sea.

EVERYTHING ELSE

Will these guys break the 2-hour mark?

Impressive.

“The discovery of a “functional food” role for CLA occurred over a decade ago when Pariza and coworkers found that ground beef contained an anticarcinogen factor that consisted of a series of conjugated dienoic isomers of linoleic acid.” (PDF)

Now this is a cool life hack.

Nature’s trying to kill you, edition 77.

Man brings in about 5 grand a month farming other people’s yards.

That’s not confusing at all.

THINGS I’M UP TO AND INTERESTED IN

Event you don’t want to miss: Chris Kresser is coming back to London for the Health Icons Lecture Series on July 8 and 9. One day is geared toward the lay public, the other toward health professionals.

Study result that disappointed me: Fecal transplant had no significant effect on IBS.

Article I’m loving: Lifestyle changes, not a magic pill, can reverse Alzheimer’s.

Important update: Remember Faye Geiss, the 87 year-old Primal powerhouse? She’s 90 now and still beating doctors’ expectations. Scroll down for the update.

More and more I’m convinced time is fluid and subjective (but no less real): The language we speak changes how we perceive time.

RECIPE CORNER

TIME CAPSULE

One year ago (May 7 – May 13)

COMMENT OF THE WEEK

I just ate some liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti…

– Sounds great, Barbarian. Beef, chicken, or…?

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Weekend Link Love – Edition 452

RESEARCH OF THE WEEK

If you believe organic or local foods taste better, they will.

Exercise reduces aging at the cellular level.

Coffee and wine appear to be good for gut biome diversity.

Meniscus surgery increases the risk of knee replacement.

Compared to a high-fiber diet, a MUFA-rich diet reduced liver fat and increased liver insulin sensitivity.

Noisy knees could presage arthritis.

Salt still isn’t bad for us.

Neither is cheese.

Low dose cannabis reverses brain aging in mice.

Forcing attendance harms the students it most purports to help (PDF).

Relationships between disease, mortality, and protein source.

NEW PRIMAL BLUEPRINT PODCASTS


Episode 168: Devyn Sisson: Host Elle Russ chats with my daughter, Devyn, about the launch of her new book.

Each week, select Mark’s Daily Apple blog posts are prepared as Primal Blueprint Podcasts. Need to catch up on reading, but don’t have the time? Prefer to listen to articles while on the go? Check out the new blog post podcasts below, and subscribe to the Primal Blueprint Podcast here so you never miss an episode.

INTERESTING BLOG POSTS

How a “dash of autism” may have helped spur human evolution.

Why you should eat glutathione.

MEDIA, SCHMEDIA

Extreme sports enthusiasts aren’t actually thrill-seeking adrenaline junkies looking for the the next hit. Their primary motivation is to feel closer to nature, more self-aware, at peace and even transcendent. They’re chasing—and in many respects attaining—meaning.

Those millennials sure are annoying, but man are they improving the food industry.

France bans extremely skinny models.

You’ll never guess what happened when this writer tried to debunk the benefits of ice baths by trying them.

EVERYTHING ELSE

Tai chi vs MMA.

Inside the movement to make cities and suburbs more walkable.

The rise of natural wines.

The Incan corded writing system is just fascinating.

Just what we need: a new tick-borne disease that’s worse than lyme.

Cows are using glucose monitors.

Descartes had a unique brain.

THINGS I’M UP TO AND INTERESTED IN

Interesting article I’m pondering: The invention of happiness.

Now I’ll have to revise the Primal food pyramid: Boogers are good for your health.

Neanderthal depiction I liked (and found quite unique): This one.

I suppose it’s only fair: Deer eats human.

I was inspired: Wow.

RECIPE CORNER

TIME CAPSULE

One year ago (May 14– May 20)

COMMENT OF THE WEEK

“My grandfather ate Crisco sandwiches for lunch as a kid:/ Crisco was invented in 1911. Sugar was a big issue too, Coke, Pepsi have been around forever. Not to mention she and others had plenty of time to consume bad foods through the 50’s (Cheese Whiz invented) 60’s (Lay’s chips founded) , 70’s (when high fructose corn syrup was marketed for consumers) and beyond. We didn’t invent the ‘baddies,’ we just perfected them.”

– Good perspective, TBar….

Happy Mother’s Day, everybody!

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