Research of the Week
High triglycerides predict psychotic episodes in patients with depression.
More sleep, less obesity in infants.
A group of mummies found in China were Ancient North Eurasians, the same root population from which Native Americans and many Europeans sprang.
6 year olds are better at using multiple sources of information than both younger kids and adults.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Episode 4: Mark Sisson Q&A: I chat with Morgan about my origin story as an entrepreneur.
Health Coach Radio: Connie Vanderzanden wonders if you know your money mindset.
The bison reintroduction into Romania is going well.
That’s a shame.
Interesting Blog Posts
Healthy soil never really becomes “saturated” with carbon. For all intents and purposes, it’s an infinite sink—which is why regenerative animal-involved agriculture is so important.
The NIH is funding psychedelic research (for smoking).
Facebook shifts toward the “metaverse.”
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Love it: Meat sales up.
Well deserved: Beyond Meat slumps.
Important concept: Original antigenic sin.
Interesting idea: I’m bearish on vertical farms, but this sunlit one looks more promising.
Not surprised: Taxes and regulations mean the illegal weed market is still stronger than the legal one in California.
Question I’m Asking
What are your favorite fall recipes?
One year ago (Oct 23 – Oct 29)
Comment of the Week
“Well sir, I’ve had quite enough of your flagrant fruit-baking bias.”
-Good day to you, sir.
Source New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 152 is written by Mark Sisson for www.marksdailyapple.com