New and notable: What I read this week is version 180

Weekly research

Controlling glucotoxicity may not be enough in diabetes.

To spike the neurotrophic factor emanating from the brain, intense exercise wins.

Imagine this prehistoric giraffe having a relative skull and a helmet for a neck joint that is clearly adapted to the high velocity movement with the thirty pound bowling ball of the head hanging towards you.

Resveratrol has no effect on the metabolic health of overweight type 2 diabetics.

Differences between exogenous and endogenous ketosis.

Looks like the mask didn’t do very well at school.

Fear destroys immunity.

Sweat protects against Lyme disease.

New Primal Kitchen Podcast

Primary Health Coach Radio: Kathleen Trotter

Media, Schmidia

I support the status of moccasins as official wear.

Wait, man No. Doing this to identify their friends?

Interesting blog post

A double-edged sword? As a society focuses on equality and individual self-control, it suffers from a high rate of mental illness.

The best meat grinders.

Social notes

The story of the great crow.

I attended the Health Coach Conversation Podcast.

Roll with conflict.

Everything else

Urine beer.

Excellent little symbiotic relationship.

The things I’m talking about and interested in

Unknown region: The labor situation in US ports could be somewhat interesting next month.

A true classic: American oiling.

Funny news: Spanish celebrities, business leaders (even pharma executives) are in trouble for buying fake vaccine cards.

This is more, please: entice the bird of prey to the farm to take care of the insects.

Here’s the great possibility: Personalized food based on the insulin phenotype.

The question I’m asking

How are you going to increase potential food prices?

Recipe Corner

Time capsules

One year ago (May 28 – June 3)

Comments of the week

Thank you for your latest Sunday post. This post hit near home.
I was always a bit sympathetic and after another big tragedy years ago, I became physically and chronically ill after being unable to separate myself from this event. After years of therapy and alternative medical interventions, I realized that I needed to find a way to keep myself away from what was happening around me.

Although my husband can hear and read the news all day, without any ill effects, I can’t, and I am now able to support myself by acknowledging this difference.

Disconnection has been incredibly healing. I now have more time to spend with my family and do things that help me improve my resilience, mentally and physically, which is what I need to continue my career as an educator and mother for young children. “

-Girl, glad to hear that you understand what works and what helps you.


About the author

Mark Season is the founder of Mark’s Daily Apple, the godfather of the early food and lifestyle movement and New York Times Its bestselling author Keto Reset Diet. His latest book Cato for Life, Where he discusses how he integrates the Keto Diet with his early lifestyle for optimal health and longevity. Author of many more books, including Mark Early blueprintWho was credited with turbocharging in 2009 for the growth of the early / Paleo movement. After three decades of research and education on why food is a key ingredient for achieving and maintaining optimal well-being, Mark started Primal Kitchen, a real-food company. Which makes Primal / Paleo, Keto and Hole30-friendly kitchen staples.

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