Research of the Week
Asymptomatic COVID cases aren’t very contagious, and if they do infect others, those infections are more likely to be asymptomatic too.
The more time you spend outdoors in natural light, the happier you’ll be.
Single dose intranasal vaccine works well against COVID in mice.
Control that blood glucose, folks.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 515: Darryl Bosshardt: Host Elle Russ chats with Darryl Bosshardt of Redmond Salt fame.
Health Coach Radio: Jill Coleman on why you need to get into the trenches with your clients.
People need nature.
A simple proposal: Reduce sugar, reduce disease.
Interesting Blog Posts
The invention of Crisco was a disaster for the human race.
How Indian vegetarians can get more protein.
Don’t negotiate everything.
The math behind muscle building.
Meditation boosts the ego.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
I agree: Raw onions are incredible.
Good news for people who recovered from COVID (like me): Natural infection confers strong, long-lasting immunity.
Great article about our nomadic past: Would you swipe right on a steppe-brother?
Good news for kids: The delta variant is no more severe than the last one.
Interesting site and service: Offering facial reconstructions of ancient skull remains.
Question I’m Asking
Have you had COVID?
- Simple and delicious sausage and kale soup.
- Asian cucumber salad is incredibly refreshing.
One year ago (Aug 21 – Aug 27)
- How I’d Change School— What I’d do different.
- All About Balsamic Vinegar: Benefits and Uses— How and why to use it.
Comment of the Week
“I try to work as little as possible.”
-Solid approach, Hate_me.
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Published Date: Fri, 27 Aug 2021 21:14:57 +0000
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