Research of the Week
Getting fats precedes elevated calorie consumption, in a single latest study.
Using a multivitamin for 3 years improves cognitive aging in older adults.
Night shift staff who quick at evening have improved mood and better circadian alignment.
Selection pressures in historic Eurasia formed modern European populations.
Open workplace structure promotes much less face-to-face communication, extra digital communication.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Health Coach Radio: Declare Your Expertise, Then Embody It with Marcy Morrison
Interesting Blog Posts
Hitler (vegetarian, btw) had terrible teeth when he died.
In NY public hospitals, vegan food is now the default.
An Alzheimer’s drug that might work?
Swedish jail: good for your health.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Interesting analysis: Reclining on your right side raises HRV.
This is ill-advised: “Let’s eliminate sex segregation in sports.”
Interesting analysis: Sugar-sweetened beverages linked to higher cancer mortalitypartially mediated by means of weight problems.
Bad signal: Adult Happy Meals are coming.
Be cautious: Long term SSRI use linked to heart disease.
Question I’m Asking
Should all sports activities be co-ed?
One 12 months in the past (Sep 25 – Sep 31)
- 6 Food Additives That Might Be Giving You Trouble—What are they?
- Ask a Health Coach: ls This Good For Me or Not?—Well, is it?
Comment of the Week
“’Light pollution is preventable and reversible. I am an advocate with the International Dark Sky Association, headquartered in Tucson, AZ. We work to restore the night sky for the health of humans and wildlife, energy savings, improved public safety with effective lighting, and the heritage of dark night skies. 80% of the world lives where the Milky Way is no longer visible. Find information at darksky.org and join us. State chapters in the US and many international chapters as well. #idadarksky”
-Keep up the good work, Linda.
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