New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 150
Research of the Week
Higher free PUFA in the blood, lower cognitive function.
Low protein intakes make nighttime light exposure even more detrimental.
Essential oils show promise for improving mental health.
Those who laugh the most talking to a stranger enjoy the conversation least.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Episode 2: Personalize Your Diet with Microbiome Expert Dr. Tim Spector: Morgan talks to Dr. Tim Spector.
Health Coach Radio: Annie Schuessler thinks that perfectionism doesn’t lead to excellence, but rather to waiting.
I think we can all relate.
FDA putting the clamps on salt intake.
Interesting Blog Posts
Yes, this is true.
Reminder that America is big.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
This slipped under the radar: The COVID spike protein bears remarkable resemblance to the human protein hepcidin, which regulates iron metabolism.
Interesting changes coming: Health care workers are quitting in droves.
Interesting video: What is fat for?
Question I’m Asking
Would you support a mandate for regular exercise?
One year ago (Oct 9 – Oct 15)
Comment of the Week
“I read “Sometimes a Great Notion” in the 70’s, promptly suspended college and worked in the woods for almost 2 years. Got a job with a small outfit in Happy Camp, CA and when they expanded, I worked with them hooking logs to the bottom of helicopters. The experience was transformational. The hard work ethic has kept me thriving all these years.”
-Fiction can be powerful!