Research of the Week
To keep away from diabetes, South Asians should reduce carbohydrates and increase protein.
“Uncomfortable knowledge“is necessary data.
Is coagulation more important than LDL in coronary heart illness?
Playing in microbial-rich soil produces an anti-inflammatory, extra various microbiome and stronger immune system.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Health Coach Radio: Medicine the Way it Was Intended with Dr. Ken Zweig
Hopefully this forces a greater re-usable propane canister system.
Interesting Blog Posts
Some are starting to get it.
This is the way you age.
Fear of failure and performance on Master Chef.
The extra kin-based the establishments, the less economic development a country has.
After shedding their entry to bison, the (*191*) tribes went from among the tallest on the planet to among the shortest.
Things Im Up to and Interested In
Interesting paper: Looking beyond cholesterol.
Interesting consequence: Doppelgngers do not simply look alike. They also act alike.
Interesting article: They’re starting to get it.
Fascinating: Chess players play worse remote.
Question I’m Asking
What do you do to fulfill the “creative” facet of you?
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Comment of the Week
“Most of the studies on long COVID are looking at narrow slices of our bodys chemical interactions and thats far too limiting. I dont have all the studies in front of me to reference, but theres a lot of evidence (and many have accepted) that long COVID and mast cell activation syndrome (MCAS) are essentially the same thing. Dr. Tina Peers found that most of her long COVID patients reported symptoms of MCAS before they got COVID, suggesting that a genetic or underlying predisposition to long COVID lies in mast cell dysfunction. Anyone with long COVID also have asthma, hypothyroid, food sensitivities before you had COVID? When you shift your lens to the mast cells you have to acknowledge the complexity of the effect on the body its not just about too much histamine, but a host of other chemicals. When our body is, or thinks it is, under attack, our mast cells activate, and in the process release histamine and, for the purposes of this discussion, cortisol. So, to fight the paper cut, infection, bee sting, or cat hair, our body goes into full fight mode inflammation and our cortisol levels rise. When things are functioning normally, histamine and cortisol levels drop in time, and we return to equilibrium. However, our bodies have been under attack by all sorts of toxins for decades, or maybe we have a genetic abnormality such as Mannose-binding lectin deficiency or Ehlers Danlos, so our bodies cannot find the equilibrium, and eventually we suffer from adrenal fatigue. I dont have evidence of this, but I expect that the authors of this article are measuring this adrenal fatigue that is just a symptom of the underlying condition that presents a welcome mat for long COVID. And when COVID a disease of the mast cells finds that welcome mat, the sensitivities and inflammation that were already present now kick into high gear, and weve got long COVID. How do we treat it? As you would MCAS with a strict low histamine diet, and analysis that identifies vitamin deficiencies (likely Bs and D, to start). Reduce stress, avoid emotional triggers like heat and exercise, pace yourself, sleep more, and accept that its going to take some time. Great source of info: https://www.youtube.com/c/RUNDMC1”