Friday, March 15, 2019

Experience with Entyvio, Intermittent Fasting & Diet Labels

Hey there!

Here’s the next edition of Instagram Live. I actually covered quite a bit in this episode, and I’m pretty sure it’s the longest one to date at 15+ minutes. I talk about my love for Primally Pure Charcoal Deodorant, my experience with Entyvio, intermittent fasting, how I “label” my current diet, and TV shows that I follow religiously. I guess you could say there’s a little something for everyone in this video. I hope you enjoy it, and please keep the questions coming! 🙂

In this episode, I cover the following topics:

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Weekly Link Love—Edition 20

Research of the Week

Neolithic Brits hosted massive feasts that drew people and pigs from all over the island.

Researchers say they’ve found a cholesterol-lowering drug without the muscle-damaging side effects of statins.

Among people with kidney disease, higher oxalate excretion in the urine predicts kidney disease progression.

Our estimates imply that prescription opioids can account for 44 percent of the realized national decrease in men’s labor force participation between 2001 and 2015.”

High intensity interval training slows colon cancer cell growth.

After age 70, your fitness is the best predictor of lifespan.

Maternal infection during pregnancy increases the risk of neuropsychiatric disorders in the kids.

New Primal Blueprint Podcasts

Episode 319: Gretchen Rubin: Host Elle Russ chats with bestselling author, happiness expert, and good habit purveyor Gretchen Rubin.

Episode 320: Keto: Tippy Wyatt, Author of Asian Keto and Low Carb Cookbook: Host Brad Kearns chats with Tippy Wyatt in a wide ranging conversation about health, success, family, and balance.

Health Coach Radio Episode 3: Ali Watts: Hosts Erin Power and Laura Rupsis chat with Ali Watts about the differences between being a health coach and running a business.

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.

Media, Schmedia

Parents blame a nearby cell tower for an increase in cancer diagnoses at their elementary school.

“Trip of Passion,” a new film exploring the use of MDMA therapy for PTSD.

Interesting Blog Posts

Why the strange collection of sounds called music is a uniquely human obsession.

How the miniaturization of tools might have made us human.

Social Notes

My pantry staples.

Everything Else

Doctor delivers the bad news to his dying patient via robot.

Medieval diseases returning to Southern California.

Chickens gang up to kill intruding fox.

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

Film project you should back: Defying All Odds, the story of Dr. Terry Wahls astonishing lifestyle-based recovery from multiple sclerosis. This is an important story that people should know about.

Article I found fascinating: How the Inuit Teach Their Kids to Control Their Anger

I hope they look further into this: Inactive ingredients aren’t so inactive.

I’m not there yet: At what age do you feel 65?

Question I’m Asking

With “keto bloat,” the media seems primed to launch another barrage of “terrible keto side effect” coverage. Do you think this is legit concern or malicious fear mongering?

Recipe Corner

Time Capsule

One year ago (Mar 10 – Mar 16)

Comment of the Week

“For sure, ground sloth is slow food.”

– Excellent, Walter.


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BERF 2.0

Look who is sitting up like a big boy in his high chair!! We have the OXO Tot Sprout Chair and loved it with Mazen. (It comes in a BIRCH wood now, but alas I will not be buying a new one just to have that.) Now that Birch has passed the four month mark, it’s time to start thinking about solid foods. Our pediatrician said we can introduce them whenever we feel he is ready. He is definitely showing signs of interest in our food, but mommy is not quite ready to jump into solids! I think I will wait a bit longer before trying anything with a spoon involved. But I have given him a few tastes (aka licks) of fresh fruit and watched his face for any sign of enjoyment! For now, he’s getting to sit at the table with us and participate in meals.

You might recall in its original post that the cushions were bright green. Mazen got great use out of it, and I loved the chair. It has a small footprint so it tucks nicely into corners (I can’t believe how large some of the highchair footprints are! I trip over them at rental houses.) I also love the smaller tray – it’s easy to wash in the sink. (Some of the trays they make are way too big for baby food!)

Our high chair took a long journey to the Struckmann house and Sawyer used it for the past few years. Sawyer is quite the active little boy and the cushions were well loved when it came home. YIKES!

But Sarah bought me replacement cushions – and ones in a color I much prefer in 2019 so it was a win-win! And after a good scrub, the chair is good as new.

I’m not sure yet where we’ll store it when B isn’t eating. It needs to be near the kitchen and dining room, but I obviously don’t want it in the walking area. I might just push it up like a chair here. Or we might move our marble table. (Thomas is concerned about moving the Sonos speaker because there’s not another great spot for it to provide surround sound….)

Here we are enjoying some Plenty stuffed peppers and kale caesar with Birch joining in! Doesn’t he look thrilled? I think he still prefers to eat in our laps.

Maybe he will enjoy dinners more when his food is not made of plastic!

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