Research of the Week
The current estimate of 67-72% of the world’s population having excess body fat may need to be revised upward.
More body fat, worse memory.
Combining fasting with vitamin C may help beat hard to fight cancers.
Metformin: good for autophagy and mitochondria.
Sugary drinks linked to heart disease. But how? Soda has no saturated fat.
Fewer women, more artists.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 423: Gary E Foresman, MD: Host Elle Russ chats with Gary Foresman for the fourth time.
Primal Health Coach Radio, Episode 60: Laura and Erin talk with Dr. Jaime Seeman about female hormones.
Good. I hope it continues.
Interesting Blog Posts
Wouldn’t it be nice if baby food advice still looked like this?
Canola oil lowers LDL. Okay, so?
Interesting liquid keto diet study in the works.
Looks like those of European ancestry are genetically susceptible to a specific subtype of the coronavirus.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Paper I found interesting in how ridiculous its conclusion was: The one that says protein makes you fat and sick.
Food I wouldn’t eat: Lab-grown celebrity salami.
Interesting study: Low-carb, high-fat athletes have glucose intolerance that isn’t pathological.
Podcast I enjoyed: Tim Noakes on The Primalosophy Podcast.
Question I’m Asking
Like hell I will. What about you?
One year ago (May 10 – May 16)
- Keto Convenience Foods: What to Try (and What to Skip) – How to choose.
- Postpartum Body Image: Primal Perspective – What it all means.
Comment of the Week
“Well, that’s a good question. I work with severely mentally ill people, I am now a supervisor so I am not on the “front lines” any longer. It is a challenging field with low pay (for awhile my daughter’s hazard pay at Starbucks equaled what I was getting paid as a case manager with a degree). It is emotionally draining as you attempt to help others with MAJOR problems that are repetitive and not take them on, we see people we have worked with for years die (whether from medical reasons, overdose, drugs, or murder) and have to move forward. I know we have always been the forgotten front lines because most people see mental illness as a blight on society but lately that is even more clear. My car managers pickup people in the community who are in the middle of a pyschiatric crisis and don’t know if they have been exposed, discharge from hospitals and transport home (whether they have been exposed or not, de escalate them and keep them in the room with us, again not knowing if they are exposed or not. We are the forgotten front lines.
– Thank you for just being there, Jasmine. You make a difference.
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