Research of the Week
Keto and protein restriction are not quite the same.
The discount in coronary heart illness related to gentle to average ingesting could also be brought on by different way of life components that accompany ingestingnot the alcohol itself.
More riboflavin, to lengthen telomeres.
Divorce has a much more detrimental effect on youngsters’s instructional leisure than parental demise.
GlyNAC improves aging biomarkers in humans (and extends lifespan in rodents).
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Kitchen Podcast, Episode 24: Eat to Beat Disease with Dr. William Li
Primal Health Coach Radio: Danielle Meitiv
Bird flu puts pressure on poultry production.
don’t open thesis.
Interesting Blog Posts
The creator of Ethereum brackets the battle towards seed oils.
Hazard ratios for heart disease.
How long run soy consumption affects monkeys.
One reason transhumanist immortality might fail.
This is the way you retire.
(*171*) Im Up to and Interested In
Interesting podcast: Zach Bitter talks to Akshay Nanavatiwho plans on trekking 2700 km by Antarctica on a keto food regimen.
I’m not shocked: The link between hyper-processed food and type 2 diabetes.
Interesting supply: Cultured “lion meat.”
Great video: Saxophone!
Interesting principle of growing older: Hyperfunction.
Question I’m Asking
What would you do in the event you retired?
One 12 months in the past (Mar 26 Apr 1)
Comment of the Week
“’Would we be higher offoverallwithout trendy expertise?’
The query overlooks the very nature of expertise.
Technology is the applying of information to go well with sensible goals. Whether that is by way of knapping chert right into a leading edge, domesticating animals, or googling an idea on the web understanding our surroundings, and making use of that understanding, is a major a part of what it means to be human. Modern expertise is nothing however the guided evolution of premodern expertise.
A extra related query is, are we making use of our expertise in one of the best ways? Are we utilizing trendy expertise to make our efforts extra environment friendly and our existence extra fulfilling? Are we making use of our data in a way that makes our lives and our world higher?
In the collective sense, we normally should not.”
-Nice reframe, Hate_me.
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