RESEARCH OF THE WEEK
The ApoE4 gene dramatically increases risk of Alzheimer’s—unless you carry parasites, in which case it protects against cognitive decline.
Skipping breakfast leads to less weight and fat gain than eating breakfast, at least if the breakfast consists of sugary cereal.
Diet soda doesn’t really seem to help people lose weight.
Statins aren’t so good for physical fitness.
Ketones may help against inflammatory skin diseases.
What have we done with all that leisure time technology has afforded us? Watched more TV.
Episode 150: Adam and Vanessa Lambert: Power couple Adam and Vanessa talk about their unique perspective on fitness (and, indeed, life) coaching and unveil the exciting retreats they have planned.
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- The Power of a Kick-Off Plan: What Elimination Programs, Total Resets, and Community Challenges Can Do For You
- What Will 2017 Mean For Your Life?
Interesting Blog Posts
When it comes to controlling the amount of food we eat, quality trumps quantity.
We just keep on lying to diabetics. Why?
Move over, weed. Sugar could be the most popular drug.
Medical studies rarely report adverse effects, even when they occur.
Shopping for a hedge fund manager? Pick one who drives an Odyssey, not a Corvette.
A newborn’s sleep patterns, visualized.
Americans are eating an ungodly amount of Jack in the Box tacos.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Ranking that sadly doesn’t surprise me: Dietitians rank Whole 30 dead last.
Study that I just don’t get: Oh, corn oil is totally healthier than EVOO, guys.
Video I’m sending to my peers who complain about every ache, pain, and physical limitation: 67 year-old Ric Flair (yeah, that Ric Flair) deadlifting 400 pounds.
Thing I’m wondering: Can you power wash a lung?
Advice I’m passing along: Be happy with what you have (or else).
One year ago (Jan 8 – Jan 14)
- 8 Kitchen Hacks Every Primal Cook Should Know – Know ’em?
- 5 Ways to Achieve Your Health Goals in 2016 – They probably work in 2017, too.
Comment of the Week
“Mark you always seems to have a quote or two that makes me deeply appreciate your perspective. This time it was this, “My days are full and rich. I don’t really think or worry about it because I know I’m doing all I can to make the most of it.” It struck a chord with me as I have been reflecting on the fact that we all have a choice whether we want to be happy or choose to worry/live in the past or future/you name it. I suppose no matter how one chooses to live their life we will always have regrets and wish we could have done more with the time we had. Makes me realize more and more how important it is to choose wisely with each passing moment. ?”
– Means a lot, Suji. Good thoughts.
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