I talked at length about lessons learned in my endurance career on the Tri Swim Coach Podcast.
RESEARCH OF THE WEEK
80% of Chinese clinical trials use falsified data.
Dogs and humans share genes for socializing (and social disorders).
Older women who consume more than 261 mg caffeine per day (2-3 cups of coffee, 5-6 cups of tea) have a lower risk of dementia.
A new study spanning 42 European countries finds no association between saturated fat and cardiovascular disease, the lowest risk among those eating the most fat and animal protein, and the highest risk among those eating the most refined carbs. Huh.
Bees just made the endangered species list for the first time ever. Congratulations!
NEW PRIMAL BLUEPRINT PODCASTS
Episode 137: Brant Cortright: Host Elle Russ chats with Dr. Brant Cortright, author of The Neurogenesis Diet and Lifestyle: Upgrade Your Brain, Upgrade Your Life, about how we can and why we should take steps to build new brain cells.
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.
- 7 Ways to Deal with Food Anxiety
- How Should You Balance Your Fat Intake?
- 10 Ways to Optimize Your Meat Consumption
INTERESTING BLOG POSTS
Tom Naughton thinks the statin evangelists will lose.
Theranos is pulling out of the blood test game.
Ancient myths contain truths about the history of human migration.
South African poachers contend with sky-diving anti-poacher dogs.
A mix of good intentions and sneaky marketing has produced an overmedicated population.
The next generation of bike helmets will have airbags.
A Zika vaccine is in the works.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
The podcast that caught my attention most: Dennis McKenna (ethnopharmacologist and brother to deceased psychedelic bard Terence) visited Robb Wolf’s podcast for a chat about psychedelics and society.
A quote I found worth pondering: “It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends upon his not understanding it.”—Upton Sinclair.
The article that most piqued my interest: “The Harsh, Hidden Lessons of Tree School”—Trees are screaming pretty much all the time. You just can’t hear it.
My favorite fun fact of the week: Front squats for basketball players, hip thrusts for footballers.
- Dig into these Thai mussels.
- Some fresh Butter Lettuce Wrapped Shrimp Tacos from Kelly LeVeque.
- I’d accept eternal damnation if it meant easy access to eggs in hell.
One year ago (Oct 9 – Oct 15)
- Health Perspective for Every Stage of Life: Part 1 – How should youngsters approach health?
- Top 7 Emerging Paleo Trends – What’s coming?
COMMENT OF THE WEEK
This articles make sense; eat multiple sources of protein similar to the way one would eat a variety of veggies. I just have to find where to buy tiger penis…
– I know a guy, Kyle.
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