Research of the Week
Famine and pathogens may have driven lactase persistence Europe.
Alcohol consumption is malleable (and infectious).
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Kitchen Podcast: Decoding Your Genes for Data-Driven Health with Joe Cohen
Primal Kitchen Ketchup gets some love.
Interesting Blog Posts
The value of backyard chickens in lowering meals waste.
wisdom from (*187*) Wolf.
That thesis are the one issues they establish with blotting out the solar with atmospheric sprays says all of it.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Terrible examine: Vitamin D supplementation linked to worse outcomes in COVID patients.
Lesson in there: Perceived walkability is more important than actual walkability.
You like to see it: Bear Grylls gets it.
Question I’m Asking
Do you suppose we should always blot out the solar to decrease international temperatures?
- Peaches are right here, so make some gluten-free fresh peach cake.
- Shrimp salad (not like tuna salad; a salad with shrimp).
One yr in the past (July 23 – July 29)
- Gua Sha: Lymphatic Massage For the Face and Body? —What’s the deal?
- Is Perfectionism Ruining Your Health?—Could be.
Comment of the Week
“I have a recurring dream that I can do unlimited pull-ups. It is such a disappointment when I wake up:).”
-I’ve had this dream too.
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