Research of the Week
Olympic gold medalists die earlier than silver medalists (on average).
Despite increased HPV vaccine uptake, HPV-related cancers are on the rise.
Cardio and weight lifting have different effects on our hormones (so do both).
If you’re sensitive to alcohol, you might be sensitive to sleep deprivation, too.
Sun exposure alters gut bacteria independent of vitamin D.
Episode 273: Seamus Mullen: Host Elle Russ chats with Seamus Mullen, an award-winning New York chef and cookbook author who used diet to cure his rheumatoid arthritis.
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Interesting Blog Posts
Parenting an infant can be scary, but at least you know not to give your teething kid opium.
An interesting hypothesis for why those paleolithic Venus statues were so curvaceous.
Is a diverse diet actually important (or helpful)?
A Denisovan and a Neanderthal, sittin’ in a cave…
Kanye gets it.
It works in monkeys. Now, researchers are going to try reprogrammed stem cells in human Parkinson’s patients.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Study I’m reading: Health coaching works.
Analysis I enjoyed: Regarding the effects drinking (and not drinking) has on mortality.
Concept I’m pondering: Does purported longevity drug rapamycin slow down time?
Announcement I’m pleased to, well, announce: PETA has liberated the animals!
Interesting line in a study’s conclusion: “Hyperlipidemia is not an important cause of coronary atherosclerosis.”
- Keto caprese salad, just like what your keto Italian mama would have made.
- Got an air fryer? Try these coconut shrimp.
One year ago (Aug 19 – Aug 25)
- Is Keto Bad for the Thyroid? – Well, is it?
- CrossFit Training: How Primal Enables Elite Performance – Upgrade your game without hurting your health.
Comment of the Week
“I know the ‘and his dog’ was meant as a joke, but our dog has bone cancer in her humerus. Rather than the recommended amputation, chemo and radiation treatment path, we have her on several holistic treatments and changed her diet to Keto. No glycogen to feed her cancer cells, and cancer cells (which need lots of energy) don’t do well on ketones. We are just months in, but she is enjoying life everyday.”
– That’s dogs for ya, Jan. Good luck!
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