Research of the Week
Compared to vegetable fat high in artificial trans-fatty acids (and a control diet), ruminant fat high in natural trans-fatty acids improves liver health, gut biome, and inflammatory status of lab rats.
Selenium deficiency is implicated in viral myocarditis.
Energy compensation after exercise varies between individuals and may predict adiposity.
Too many omega-6 fats, increased risk of peripheral nerve pain.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 500: Mark Sisson and Elle Russ: Elle and I get together for the final Primal Blueprint Podcast. Elle is launching her own podcast, and the Primal Blueprint Podcast will become the Primal Kitchen Podcast, hosted by CEO and co-founder Morgan Zanotti.
Health Coach Radio: Dr. Ashley Lucas stresses that big change takes time.
Why the Giant Sequoia needs fire.
Interesting Blog Posts
Corporate funding for the AHA and ADA.
How many times have we heard about some “vertical farm” system that will render all other forms of farming obsolete?
Isn’t a “sword-wielding man dressed as a ninja” who attacks and wounds several Special Forces soldiers just a ninja?
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
This is why I suggest everyone spend at least some time in ketosis on a regular basis: It’s probably very good for aging brains.
Now this is a list of food for kids: What are the most nutrient-dense foods for kids in South and Southeast Asia?
Interesting article: A new story of the peopling of the Americas.
Curious study: What happens to patient deaths when doctors go on strike?
Powerful imagery: Different ways to reach 1600 calories.
Question I’m Asking
If the Giant Sequoia needs fire to grow, what do you need?
One year ago (Sep 25 – Oct 1)
Comment of the Week
“I’ve definently experienced this but the other way around as a european travelling to the US. I felt like I was being rushed at the restaurant and expected to inhale my food in 30 min. Also I couldn’t really walk anywhere so I was basically sitting in a car or in a house(and felt terrible because of it). It felt so odd that if I wanted to go for a walk I had to first drive to a place where I could walk. And then drive back. I was also shocked when I bought butter for my bread at the grocery store and when I opened the butter it was WHITE. Snow white. The fat on the meat was the same. Snow white.
Given that this was just a snap shot of one place in the US but if I would compare that place(small town in Ohio) with my home town I can say for sure it is so much easier to live a healthy lifestyle in Sweden than in the US. I bet you can live well in the US too but it takes more effort(and probably more money).”
-I will respond to this in this week’s Sunday with Sisson.
Source New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 148 is written by Mark Sisson for www.marksdailyapple.com