Weekly Link Love — Edition 18

Weekly Link Love — Edition 18

Research of the Week

Poor quality relationships are
harder on you
than having too few.

Intelligence and rational thinking are not the same
thing
.

Move over, forest bathing. The hot new thing for Alzheimer’s
is
gene bathing for your brain
.

Temporal comprehension of a story is better
when you read a physical book
versus using an e-reader.

Researchers
discover evidence
of an entirely new way of neural
communication that can overcome complete gaps between severed brain
tissues. They can’t explain it, but they know it’s there.

At least 116 individual genetic variants influence
neuroticism
.


Vitamin D influences brain scaffolding
.

New Primal Blueprint Podcasts

Health Coach Radio is live! If you’re a health coach looking
for tips, advice, and science-based insight on your profession—or
are curious about joining the industry—you’ll love it.
Episode 0
lays out what it’s all about, what you can expect
from future episodes. I appear on
Episode 1
to give my predictions about health coaching in the
coming years and explore what it takes to start your own business.

Check it out
.

Episode
315: Dr. Anna Cabeca
: Host Elle Russ chats with OBGYN Dr. Anna
Cabeca about her new book, The Hormone Fix: Burn Fat Naturally,
Boost Energy, Sleep Better, and Stop Hot Flashes, the Keto-Green
Way
.


Episode 316: Keto: Avoiding the Flight or Fight Response
: Host
Brad Kearns gives a sneak peek of the new keto book he and I are
working on.

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

Monty Don
extols the virtues of gardening
for mental health.

A popular vegan Youtuber has
gone back
to meat, raw eggs, and salmon for “health
reasons.”


Ditching your phone to un-break your brain
.

Interesting Blog Posts

A
nice overview
of the American health care crisis.

The
importance of choline in pregnancy
.

Social Notes

Went for a
paddle
.

Here’s my
best day
.

Everything Else

How a small label change from the FDA
may have kickstarted the opioid crisis
.


IPA made with toasted marshmallows
to evoke Saturday mornings
spent watching cartoons over a big bowl of Lucky Charms.


Gut bacteria in our brains
.


Facial recognition for Chinese pigs
.


Wild rice gains rights
.

I really want to go to this Viking
restaurant
.

Bronze Age Spaniards had
pet foxes
.

45,000 years ago in Sri Lankan jungles, humans were
very good at catching monkeys and other small agile prey
.

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

Unfortunate finding:
4-day and 5-day work weeks are not equally productive
.

Concept I’m considering: Balancing long-term satisfaction with
short-term happiness is the
key to a good life
in the age of the Internet.

Somehow I don’t think this will sway them:
Lab-grown meat will probably be harder on the environmental than
real meat
.

The short answer is “no”:
Are vegan diets safe for infants and small children?

This is powerful stuff:
How indigenous people around the world give birth and care for
babies
.

Question I’m Asking

What makes a great day for
you
?

Recipe Corner

Time Capsule

One year ago (Feb 24 –Mar 2)

Comment of the Week

“So for this situation we should call it Kardio I
suppose.”

– That’s pretty good, HealthyHombre.

The post Weekly Link
Love — Edition 18
appeared first on Mark’s Daily Apple.

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