New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week – Issue 125

Research of the week

The earliest known modern humans in Europe were products of a recent coupling between humans and Neanderthals.

How your face and body morphology affects how threatening you appear to others.

Wandering through can – at least as usual – impair vascular health.

Personality and metabolism.

In rodents, the early consumption of sugar impairs later perception, possibly through changes in the intestinal bacteria.

New Primal Blueprint Podcasts

Episode 481: Dr. Caroline Leaf: Moderator Elle Russ talks to communication pathologist and cognitive neuroscientist Dr. Caroline Leaf, an expert on using direct thoughts to change the way you think.

Episode 482: Dr. Greg Kelly: Host Brad Kearns has a chat with Dr. Greg Kelly on circadian strategies for fat loss and longevity.

Health Coach Radio: Erin and Laura talk to Charlene Gisele, who has moved from being a senior corporate attorney to a more capable health coach.

Media, Schmedia

Everyone needs to go outdoors regularly.

L0st Golden City discovered in Egypt.

Interesting blog posts

How vegetarian policy is preventing India from really tackling its diabetes epidemic.

How and why did the Aztecs sacrifice so many people?

Social notes

Better get those hibernating bears on statins!

Why i love the beach.

Everything else

Isn’t that how the planet of the apes begins?

Isn’t that how the Walking Dead begins?

It turns out that Baltic amber is full of promising medicines.

Physical strength and anxiety.

America’s land use.

Things that I plan to do and that I am interested in

How about this: For 2 million years, humans were apex predators, eating mostly fatty meat.

Important reminder: sunlight works.

Rocky’s manager knew: no sex before squats.

This is terrible: napping is on the rise in the UK.

This seems improper: sampling of DNA from the ambient air.

Question i ask

Do you think hiking can be healthy if you get it right?

Recipe corner

Time capsule

A year ago (April 3 – April 9)

Comment of the week

“The British have a fascination for naming bird species after female epigamic representations. They already have tits (e.g. swamp tits and great tits) and boobies (e.g. the blue-footed booby). Now it looks like they have a “knocker”. The real question, however, is: are all knockers white?

-Great watch, Aaron.

About the author

Mark Sisson is the founder of Marks Daily Apple, godfather of the Primal Food and Lifestyle movement, and the New York Times best-selling author of The Keto Reset Diet. His latest book is Keto for Life, which describes how he combines the keto diet with a pristine lifestyle for optimal health and longevity. Mark is also the author of numerous other books, including The Primal Blueprint, which is credited with the growth of the Primal / Paleo movement in 2009. After three decades of researching and educating people about why food is the key component in achieving optimal wellbeing, Mark launched Primal Kitchen, a real food company, the Primal / Paleo, Keto and Whole30 friendly kitchen staples manufactures.

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