Weekly Hyperlink Love – Difficulty 118

Research of the week

Lower LDL, higher risk of diabetes.

Vitamin D appears to be effective against Covid deaths.

A selenium deficiency in the host not only leaves you open to infections, but also promotes the mutation of benign viruses into pathogenic ones.

The researchers were able to have conversations with dreamers during REM sleep.

"One hectare of a Milpa, made up of corn, beans, and potatoes, can meet the annual carbohydrate needs of more than 13 adults, enough protein for nearly 10 adults, and an adequate supply of many vitamins and minerals, the study said."

New Primal Blueprint Podcasts

Episode 470: Diane Forster: Presenter Elle Russ talks to Diane Forster, a world-famous expert on breaking thinking blocks.

Episode 471: Dr. Josh Ax: Brad Kearns welcomes Dr. Ax to talk about his new book, Ancient Remedies.

Health Coach Radio: Dr. Al Danenberg discusses how to deal with cancer through immune health.

Media, Schmedia

Cows die, milk is dumped.

Interesting blog posts

A good reminder that is always relevant.

Tyler Cowens lessons from work in a supermarket.

Social notes

That seems unwise.

General health insurance.

Everything else

GMO Neanderthal brains that fit in your pocket.

What do unemployed men do all day?

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

I'm not surprised: breast milk is good for babies (in this case, babies' gut barrier function).

Interesting result: the average person has between 2-4 passions.

Do you agree ?: "Work on Things That Are Not Prestigious" as career advice.

Another take on vitamin D: By Scott Alexander.

Fascinating paper: Discussion of the evolutionary and cultural changes that result when humans have to start hunting and processing small game.

Question i ask

Should “rich countries” switch entirely to laboratory-grown meat?

Recipe corner

Time capsule

A year ago (February 12 – February 18)

Comment of the week

“I do the same training every day. A 4 mile hike in the woods. Then during the day. 3 sets of pushups, pullups, squats, and lunges. I sleep better that way. Two hard workouts a week have always given me insomnia. "

– Sounds ideal, Peter.

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 an original 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 to 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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