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New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 151

Research of the Week Overfeeding carbohydrates reduces antioxidant status, more so in overweight people. Eating more dairy reduces fractures and falls in the elderly. Women and obese people may be more sensitive to disturbed neural responses after Splenda consumption. Seems like a lot of things originated in the Eurasian steppes. Time in nature is priceless. […]

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Ask a Health Coach: Why Can’t I Sleep?

Hello folks! Seasoned health coach and Primal Health Coach Institute Curriculum Director, Erin Power is back to answer all your questions about sleep, from why you’re waking up in the middle of the night to the best natural ways to improve your sleep cycle. Got more questions? Post them over in our Mark’s Daily Apple […]

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New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 150

Research of the Week Higher free PUFA in the blood, lower cognitive function. London’s Black Cabbies have enlarged hippocampuses. Low protein intakes make nighttime light exposure even more detrimental. Essential oils show promise for improving mental health. Those who laugh the most talking to a stranger enjoy the conversation least. New Primal Kitchen Podcasts Episode […]

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First Take: The Allbirds Trail Runner SWT

Shortly after Allbirds first launched on Kickstarter in 2016 with an everyday sneaker made of merino wool, I got a mint green pair for my birthday. They were light and airy, and they became my favorite travel and everyday shoes. Since then, the company has steadily expanded its lineup to include running shoes, high tops, […]

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New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 149

Research of the Week The people who need the vaccine most of all—the metabolically unhealthy—have the lowest antibody response to vaccination. 100% of Spanish breastfeeding women have elevated levels of acrylamide, a toxin caused by heating vegetable oils. A high-soybean oil diet (sound familiar?) causes colitis in rodents. Those who secrete the most insulin are […]

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New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 148

Research of the Week Compared to vegetable fat high in artificial trans-fatty acids (and a control diet), ruminant fat high in natural trans-fatty acids improves liver health, gut biome, and inflammatory status of lab rats. Reasonable, accessible stack for COVID. Selenium deficiency is implicated in viral myocarditis. Energy compensation after exercise varies between individuals and […]

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Best Rain Boots for Men to Buy Right Now

The best rain boots for men typically look more at home on a farm than sleek urban streets or suburbia. But they’re crucial to your wardrobe. It ain’t fun getting caught in a sudden downpour, we know. We dare you to find someone who wouldn’t go completely mad finishing off their day with soggy feet. […]

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Healthy Cuisine and Muay Thai Helps Keeps Michael Chernow Fit and Sober

Michael Chernow is a proud father, husband, chef, entrepreneur, business owner, fitness junkie, and marathon runner whose inspiring journey impacts everyone around him. Hitting 17 years sober, Chernow’s lifestyle and dedication to healthy living is proof that if you put your mind to something and work hard, you can accomplish your heart’s desires. Receiving degrees […]