Sunday, September 24, 2017

High Low High 22

Hi, guys!

How was your weekend? Overall, ours was really nice. We definitely had a mix of highs and lows, so I thought I’d use the old “High Low High” recap style to share its highlights. Plus, I haven’t written a High Low High post since July! Ok, here we go!

HIGH: Taking the ferry into Boston with friends for a fun (parents) night out. I had never done it before, and it was such a convenient way to get into the city during rush hour.

LOW: Barely surviving the ferry ride. I get seasick fairly easily and the water was pretty choppy. Oy. I made it shore, but, whoa, I was ready to get off the boat.

HIGH: Enjoying a tasty dinner at Carmelina’s in the North End. Yummm!

MY OTHER RECIPES

HIGH: Seeing David Gray in concert. Mal and I are long-time fans, so we were so excited to see him again.

LOW: Missing more than half of the David Gray concert. Wahhhh. We didn’t realize he was opening for Alison Krauss. I mean, when did David Gray become an opener?! We heard a few songs, but, man, we were definitely bummed.

HIGH: Making the best of the evening with our friends, staying out late, and acting like we were 22 again. Good times!

Wearing: Pacaya Insulated Hooded Jacket (super warm + cozy) // Hunter Gloss Rain Boots

HIGH: Having a much more low-key Saturday, which kicked-off with a workout at CrossFit. 

LOW: Mal being diagnosed with bronchitis. He wasn’t feel great, but he thought he was well enough for a workout. After CrossFit, he felt awful, so he stopped by the Minute Clinic for a quick check. Poor guy. We laid low for the rest of the day and all went to bed early that night.

HIGH: Going to Legoland on Sunday morning! Quinn has been obsessed with it ever since the last time we went, so we started a countdown to the big day a little over a week ago.

HIGH: Loving every second of our Legoland adventures and the grabbing brunch outside at River Bar afterward. What a great little Sunday!

Question of the Day

How was your weekend? Have any highs and lows to share? 

What was the last concert you saw? 



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Weekend Link Love – Edition 470

weekend_linklove in-lineResearch of the Week

Prenatal fluoride exposure (albeit higher than occurs in most municipalities whose water receives fluoride treatment) linked to lower offspring IQ.

You’re seasoning your food with plastic.

Fat dogs have fat owners.

High triglycerides and poor glucose control are responsible for most of the risk associated with being overweight or obese.

It’s not just how much total time you sit each day. It’s the length of your sitting bouts.

Whole eggs are better for vitamin D status than vitamin D3 supplements.

Patients without heart disease who took antidepressants experienced greater mortality and more heart attacks.

“Healthy” low-fat “spread” infused with plant sterols has no effect on inflammation or endothelial function in subjects with high cholesterol.

Even breastmilk has a circadian rhythm.

MUFAs, found in olive oil and avocado oil, are important for brain function.

New Primal Blueprint Podcasts

Episode 187: Evan Brand: Host Elle Russ chats with Evan Brand about finding the root causes of depression, fatigue, obesity, and a host of modern afflictions.

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.

Interesting Blog Posts

On “supergenes.”

I know what I’m giving out for Christmas.

Weeds you can eat.

Media, Schmedia

Now that’s branding.

There’s a lot to admire about Tom Brady, but there’s plenty to discard, too.

Everything Else

Not even vegetarian dinosaurs could resist meat.

Macaques hunt shellfish using tools, and they’re so good that they’re threatening shellfish populations.

Neanderthals likely lived in small, genetically-isolated bands.

If you’ve ever wondered about nootropics, this great new 30-minute documentary is a must-see.

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

Podcast I just appeared on: The Balanced Blonde, where I discussed Primal living, keto eating, and how I built the Primal brand.

Oldie but goody: Woman goes on gluten-free diet, her metabolic syndrome completely resolves.

Racy title aside, I found this article made good points: “The iPhone X proves the Unabomber was right.”

Concept I’m pondering: The trouble with Facebook is that it provides content without context.

I’d love to visit some of these: The 12 oldest wineries in the world.

Recipe Corner

Time Capsule

One year ago (Sep 24– Sep 30)

Comment of the Week

Mark, you put ‘get yourself a little butane torch’ immediately after warning ‘you will fart.’ You had to expect our brains to put those two things together in a rather predictable and childish fashion…

– I was hoping for and expecting it, Rambler.

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