New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 209

Research of the Week More good news about Covid immunity. The case studies about using ketogenic diets for binge eating are impressive. Fructose may bear some responsibility for Alzheimer’s. Getting a Michelin star might make a restaurant more likely to fail. Hominins were using stone tools to butcher large prey a million years earlier than … Read more

New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 208

Research of the Week Humans got a lot of their circadian genes from Neanderthals. Caffeine is anti-inflammatory and hepatoprotective. Scientists urge regulation of eugenic technologies. Low-carb, high-fat works, but only if you stay on it. More air pollution, more anxiety. New Primal Kitchen Podcasts Primal Health Coach Radio: 2 Krazy Ketos Media, Schmedia Vegans and … Read more