Weekly Hyperlink Love — Version 99

Research of the week

Fatigue makes time go by.

Researchers study the “entities” that humans encounter on DMT.

Hominids cooked food in hydrothermal springs millions of years ago.

Plastic-degrading bacteria develop rapidly in the ocean.

Probiotics help obese children lose weight.

New Primal Blueprint Podcasts

Episode 446: Brad Kearns: Presenter Elle Russ welcomes Brad Kearns to the podcast.

Episode 447: Dr. Robert Silverman: Host Brad Kearns welcomes Dr. Robert Silverman to talk about COVID-19 and gut health.

Primal Health Coach Radio Episode 76: Laura and Erin chat with Tim Davis about scar breaking and the final beating of addiction.

Media, Schmedia

Great lay-out overview of how sustainable ranching can work, be profitable and produce tons of meat.

How cattle can prevent forest fires.

Interesting blog posts

Casus Belli.

Social notes

There is no free lunch.

Everything else

Migratory bird massacre.

Vitamin D is becoming mainstream. I love to see it.

Things that I plan to do and that I am interested in

Incredible Study: Just One Dose of Wild Blueberries Improves Cognitive Performance in Middle-Aged Adults.

More evidence of our reawakening to roam and be nomads: Hyundai gets into the RV game.

Imagine this: Lessons are more effective when they are outdoors in a green space.

Key Path to Research: Possible Ethnic Differences in Susceptibility to COVID-19.

Nice concept that everyone can leave behind: megafauna nationalism.

Question i ask

How is school going for your children?

Recipe corner

Time capsule

A year ago (September 12-18)

Comment of the week

“This is in response to Mark’s ‘Sunday with Sisson’ email about the beach.

I live in the Malibu area and hiked the 75-mile Backbone Trail with the Santa Monica Mountains Trails Council. During the week-long hike, members of the organization give lectures on local history and geography. This could be mentioned on the MDA blog as well, but I learned that there is a “Seaweed Strait” and people may have followed from Russia across the Bering Strait and the Pacific coast. The idea is that the seaweed creates a stable environment for fish so it is an easy path for people to follow.

I remember Mark talking about how we process fish very well and that a steady supply would create the conditions to support the development of our large brains. I suspect that we are built to feel at home and at peace in our niche near water. “

– Fascinating thought, Monica.

About the author

Mark Sisson is the founder of Marks Daily Apple, godfather of the Primal Food and Lifestyle movement, and the New York Times best-selling author of The Keto Reset Diet. His latest book is Keto for Life, which describes how he combines the keto diet with an original lifestyle for optimal health and longevity. Mark is also the author of numerous other books, including The Primal Blueprint, which is credited with the growth of the Primal / Paleo movement in 2009. After three decades of researching and educating people about why food is the key component to achieving optimal wellbeing, Mark launched Primal Kitchen, a real food company, the Primal / Paleo, Keto and Whole30-friendly kitchen staples manufactures.

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