Weekly Link Love—Edition 13

Weekly Link Love—Edition 13

Research of the Week

Gene drives—genetic engineering that the recipients pass along
to all their offspring—now
work in mammals
.

Researchers fix Alzheimer’s in mice by
targeting epigenetics
.

Skipping dinner three times a work helps
overweight women
drop body fat.


During the age of great migration
, Scandinavians with an
individualist streak were more likely to move to the U.S. than
Scandinavians with a collectivist streak.

Turns out that every single gene is
probably important
for every single cell.

Facial
recognition is being used to fight illegal chimp trading
.

New Primal Blueprint Podcasts

Episode 306:
Logan Schwartz
: Host Elle Russ chats with movement coach Logan
Schwartz about strength, performance, movement, and mobility.

Each week, select Mark’s Daily Apple blog posts are prepared
as Primal Blueprint Podcasts. Need to catch up on reading, but
don’t have the time? Prefer to listen to articles while on the
go? Check out the new blog post podcasts below, and subscribe to
the Primal Blueprint Podcast
here
so you never miss an episode.

Media, Schmedia

Coming soon:
GOOP ayahuasca ceremonies presided over by Gwyneth Paltrow
.

Super poo
wanted
.

Interesting Blog Posts

Asking patients to
draw their illness
.


How pigs made it to Okinawa
.

Social Notes

Ten wellness leaders (including yours truly)
gave their opinion
on the best snack to curb cravings.

Paleo Magazine’s annual “Best of” contest is on, and
it’s
time to vote
for your favorite [enter paleo-themed thing here].
There are some good selections in the Best Paleo Cookbook, New
Product, Food Company, Lifestyle Company, Nut-Based Bar, and
Paleo-Related Story sections.

Everything Else

Big data changed the way basketball is played in the NBA, and

Carmelo Anthony is its most notable victim
.

Seed sovereignty for small farmers and local varieties
passes in the U.N
.


Aging and tennis
.

Did a planet crashing into Earth
seed us with the ingredients for life
?


Horrible bullying
from this elephant. Toxic.


Fighting fungi
.

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

I’d play this:
Boardgame
about the conflict between Viking settlers, Inuit
settlers, and native Greenland Tunit peoples.

Article I found interesting: After getting a taste of freedom
abroad,
kids who move back to the U.S struggle with overparenting
.

Something I always considered but never followed up with:

Homeschooled kids tend to be better-educated and more tolerant, and
homeschooling is on the rise
.

Deal I’m happy to share: Trying to prep for the Big Game? Want
something everyone will love, Primal or not? Just really, really
love wings?
Sign up for a membership at Butcher Box and
get three pounds of organic chicken wings added free to every
order for life
. Get your orders in by 1/28 to ensure your
wings arrive in time for the game.

I’m reminded of an oft-forgotten Primal Law:
Avoid Stupid Mistakes
.

Question I’m Asking

What do you think of homeschooling? Tried it, experienced it,
for it, against it?

Recipe Corner

Time Capsule

One year ago (Jan 20 – Jan 26)

Comment of the Week

“Hey Mark,
I assume your referencing the article regarding a supposed link
between skipping breakfast and increased risk of diabetes due to
how absurd it is?
Just checking, because otherwise my whole fasted morning routine
from the last few years now seems that it could be my undoing.
Cheers!”

– I’d love to respond in full, Josh,
but sadly I skipped breakfast and now I’m in an ambulance headed
to emergency.

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Love—Edition 13
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