New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 247

New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 247

Research of the Week

The biggest explosion in intelligence occurred after the Gorilla line split from the Hominid line.

Less testosterone, more arthritis.

Obesity and sarcopenia are a lethal combo for fall risk in older adults.

Physical activity reduces depressive symptoms in long-term caregivers of ill family members.

Older heart disease patients are probably low in CoQ10.

New Primal Kitchen Podcasts

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Media, Schmedia

Penguins are constantly napping, awakening, and napping again.

Interesting Blog Posts

How to be more lucky.

Social Notes

Get outside.

Everything Else

Heavy sled drags improve sprint performance.

HIIT reduces visceral fat.

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

Reminder: Your cat might be willing to eat you.

Of course: Collagen improves recovery from resistance training.

Not surprised: Swapping out non-caloric beverages for milk increases nutrient intake for children.

Interesting: Google Bard outperforms ChatGPT in mass casualty incident triage.

We’ll see: New drug to extend dog lifespan approved.

Question I’m Asking

Are you getting outside despite the cold?

Recipe Corner

If you’re going to make cookies, try these gluten-free snickerdoodles.
Butternut squash soup.

Time Capsule

One year ago (Nov 18 – Dec 1)

What is Chrononutrition?—What is it?
What to Eat Before a Workout—What to eat.

Comment of the Week

Maybe the LDL gene editing study will finally put the cholesterol-heart-disease theory to death?”

-It’ll certainly tell us something.

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