Research of the Week
Fermentable fiber isn’t just good for gut bacteria. It’s also good for intestinal cells.
More coffee, less dying.
A meta-analysis of nine randomized controlled trials found no evidence for the protective effects of whole grains against cardiovascular disease.
Agriculture gave us smaller jaws and weaker bones.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 184: Mark Sisson and Elle Russ: Hosts Elle Russ and yours truly chat about Elle’s thyroid journey.
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.
- Two Final (and Favorite) Adaptogens: Rhodiola Rosea and Bacopa Monnieri
- Is Keto Bad for the Thyroid?
Interesting Blog Posts
How frequent exposure to natural disasters changed Japanese culture and biology.
How to prepare your free range kid for school.
The long-term health danger of your city flooding: mold exposure.
The games kids at a New York state elementary school playing during recess must be approved by a committee.
Table manners are quite young.
Vegan diets: Still not the best for you and the planet.
Meanwhile, in Houston…
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Recipe eBook I highly recommend: The one from the Real Food RDs. It’s free when you sign up for their excellent newsletter.
Study I’ll have more to say about: The PURE study.
Article I’m pondering: “How Kids’ Sports Became a $15 Billion Industry.”
Advice anyone can use: How to live a full life.
This is true: If wine could tell a story.
- Macadamia-crusted Sriracha ranch salmon.
- Simple Korean-style cucumbers, for when you don’t have time to ferment.
One year ago (Sep 3– Sep 9)
- How to Deal with Chronic Pain: Psychological Causes and Treatments –Even if it’s “in your head,” it still hurts.
- Weekend Link Love – Oldies but goodies.
Comment of the Week
“Before clicking on the link ‘Two Final (and Favorite) Adaptogens: Rhodiola Rosea and Baco…’, I was hoping it was going to say bacon as the second adaptogen.”
– I figured bacon went without saying, Troels Rasmussen.
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