New and Notable: What I read this week — Version 183

Weekly research

Microdosing can improve mental health.

Corn consumption and cannibalism.

After an injury, limiting screen time is probably smart.

Your “Darwinian fitness index,” how are men?

In ancient Serbia, complex changes in diet were caused by the Neolithic.

The high-fat med diet surpasses the low-fat diet. Every time.

New Primal Kitchen Podcast

Primal Kitchen Podcast: Former City Slicker and TickTock Sensation Brian Briganti talks about homesteading and permaculture

Primary Health Trainer Radio: A Holistic Method for Your Money

Media, Schmidia

It is better to eat meat.

Interesting blog post

A new LDL phenotype.

Authoritarianism never works.

Social notes

I answered some questions from Twitter.

Ancient knowledge.

Everything else

Interesting scientific debate.

How big were the ancient Greek and Roman houses?

Things that I’m interested in

Surprising: Research has shown that consumers actually need fake meat to buy it.

Funny: Early meat-based endurance athletes.

Interesting article: The role of seafood in the Irish diet.

Whadya know: Provides regenerative agriculture.

Interesting research: Snake oil works (against sunburn).

The question I’m asking

Are you being kind to yourself? You should.

Recipe Corner

  • Cheesecake-stuffed strawberries are extremely perishable.
  • Another dessert: zabaglione.

Time capsules

One year ago (June 25 – July 1)

  • Getting into fitness at age 50 and beyond – how to do it.
  • Preparing for an Early Road Trip — How to Prepare

Comments of the week

“At 85, his grandchildren are probably parents, themselves. I bet he can pick up his grandchildren.

If it’s not 90 kg, I would advise against lifting grandchildren. “

-Never know, hate me.

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