New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 245

New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 245

Research of the Week

Melatonin improves platelet aggregation (clumping) in healthy individuals, less so in type 2 diabetics.

Long term spaceflight induces depression and cognitive impairment in astronauts.

Black seed oil appears to protect against Tylenol intoxication of the liver.

Collagen improves endurance running performance.

High triglycerides and blood glucose, lower cognitive function.

New Primal Kitchen Podcasts

Primal Kitchen Podcast: The Benefits of Medical Marijuana and Psychedelics

Primal Health Coach Radio: Annette Verpillot

Media, Schmedia

Cells or food?

Interesting Blog Posts

Human height in prehistoric Europe.

Social Notes

No excuses.

Everything Else

Calcium supplements may increase the risk of cramping in older women; magnesium lotion helps fix the issue.

Despite strong chronic sun exposure, there is no skin cancer among the Wayuu people.

Inflammation beats LDL for predictive power.

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

Reminder: Seed oil metabolites are linked to almost every disease.

Be careful: May your optimism be realistic.

Interesting: Money does make happiness easier to achieve.

Food wins: Oysters correct anemia.

Every time: After a stroke, magnesium protects against mortality.

Question I’m Asking

What makes you happy?

Recipe Corner

Paleo tonkatsu.
Keto cassoulet.

Time Capsule

One year ago (Nov 4 – Nov 10)

Winter Camping 101—How to do it.
Ask a Health Coach: How Do I Feel More Confident?—How?

Comment of the Week

“Leptin, schleptin. My biggest bouts of ‘overfeeding’ have occured around the family dinnertable during all-out holiday meals. The benefits have less to do with weight gain or loss, more to do with community and fun. Blood sugar surges aside, I’ll never regret second slices of my mom’s apple pie.

-I think it’s both!

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