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Research of the Week
Some human gut bacteria produce GABA, a “relaxation” neurotransmitter. People with depression tend to have less of the GABA-producing bacteria.
The more fruits and vegetables you eat, the more highly you rate your own cognitive function.
Following a Mediterranean diet is linked to less body fat, lower inflammation, improved glucose metabolism, and higher insulin sensitivity.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 298: Ashleigh Vanhouten: Host Elle Russ chats with Primal Health Coach, writer, and Paleo Magazine Radio host Ashleigh Vanhouten.
Episode 299: Keto Q&A: Host Brad Kearns answers your keto questions.
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Scientists discover tens of billions of tons of microbes beneath the earth’s crust.
Jimmy Dean sausages, now with extra iron.
Interesting Blog Posts
“Chunking” life experiences speeds up the passage of time.
Is this happiness?
The roadblocks on the journey to Mars aren’t just physical or technical.
Who said women shouldn’t lift heavy things?
Imagine the media accolades if this person reduced their insulin requirements by 80% with a vegan diet.
NomNomPaleo’s holiday gift guide.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
I wish him luck: CrossFit’s Greg Glassman is amassing an army of doctors.
Finding I found interesting: Neanderthal admixture changed the brains of some Europeans.
This is bad: Johnson & Johnson knowingly sold baby powder containing asbestos for decades.
Well, there goes photographic evidence: AIs generate realistic human faces.
Question I’m Asking
Do you think happiness can be reduced to proteins dragging endorphins along brain filaments?
One year ago (Dec 8 – Dec 14)
Comment of the Week
“The U.S. Marines require a potential recruit to do 3 chin-ups to sign up. They have to turn down a significant number until they can accomplish this. I stopped by a Marine recruitment center in the mall. I’m almost 72 and as a joke I walked in and asked the recruiter if I could see if I would qualify. He laughed and said, “go ahead”. I did 30. The look on his face was priceless.
I got the hell out of there before he recruited me!”
– Nicely done, Skip.
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