New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 243


Research of the Week

How the founder’s character predicts the start-up’s success.

The historical past of dingoes.

Northern Chinese have a genetic adaptation to fattier, meat-heavier diets.

Higher intakes of animal and fish protein linked to decrease threat of hip fracture.

You will be over 85 and nonetheless make good points in power and muscle mass.

New Primal Kitchen Podcasts

Primal Kitchen Podcast: So What’s Your Gut Telling You?

Primal Health Coach Radio: Dayna Hrovath

Media, Schmedia

Adderall scarcity hitting college students arduous.

Interesting Blog Posts

The misplaced ban on incandescents.

Social Notes

Ask me something.

Everything Else

Castaway tourism.

Mental imagery.

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

New plantar fasciitis remedy: Vibration with shockwave remedy.

Not shocked: Frequently heated oils and adverse well being penalties.

Interesting: The case for a simulated universe.

Fascinating: Congolese hunter gatherer males who keep up late have larger testosterone than those that go to mattress earlier.

Product I’m having fun with: HELLO grass-fed strawberry jello.

Question I’m Asking

Do you suppose the universe is a simulation? The concept strikes me as a techie model of faith.

Recipe Corner

Time Capsule

One 12 months in the past (Oct 21 – Oct 27)

Comment of the Week

Picanha recipe – keep away from!

“The picanha will likely come with a thick fat cap still on it, so use a fillet knife to trim it all off. ”

Um, no, no, and no.”

-Ha, sure. Leave the fats cap on.


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