New and notable: What I read this week is version 182

Weekly research

The Jordanians had domesticated olives at least 7000 years ago.

Leger can promote healthy intestinal biome.

What do we know about the risks of zoonotic diseases and different animal husbandry methods? Not enough, not yet.

If you want kids to get enough iodine — and you want it, trust me খাওয়া eating their fish, meat, eggs, and dairy foods is the most important thing for them to be right.

Neanderthal genes related to metabolism and immune function survive in some people.

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Primal Kitchen Podcast: Cody Rigsby is outspoken in everything from peloton to dance.

Primary Health Trainer Radio: Barbara Diaz de Leon

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Media, Schmidia

We had a lot more educational pluralism.

The “provocative” argument is that eating meat is healthier than avoiding it.

Interesting blog post

Environmental case for stay More Children

Drinking water helps to lose weight? Not really.

Social notes

Nice slide On external ketones to heal wounds.

I bet She Could raise his grandchildren.

Everything else

A Bill Gates-affiliated entity has bought thousands of acres of Dakota farmland to produce “more productive seeds.”

You can’t really absorb fake meat protein.

Blended oils (some of which contain seeds) that work better than isolated seed oils that hit the desired fatty acid formation.

Things that I’m interested in

This is a real shame: it seems difficult to secure a stable place on the shelves of meatless grocery stores.

I agree: we need better time-limited feeding studies.

An interesting study is underway: What effect will external ketones have on colon cancer patients?

Going to try this in Florida: Cast iron anti-crocodile device.

Interesting research: WHO is looking for monkeypox in semen.

The question I’m asking

Ever had a quart of coffee in a single meeting? I recommend it.

Recipe Corner

Time capsules

One year ago (June 18 – June 24)

Comments of the week

“It is true that omnipotence never works for long, it always breaks down in the end.”


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About the author

Mark Season is the founder of Mark’s Daily Apple, the godfather of the early food and lifestyle movement New York Times Its bestselling author Keto Reset Diet. His latest book Cato for life, Where he discusses how to combine the keto diet with 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 forms the main component of Primal / Paleo, Keto and Hole30-friendly kitchens.

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