New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 227
Research of the Week
Dietary fat restriction may make it harder for obese people to stick to a healthy diet.
Is it bad to prefer attractive partners?
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Health Coach Radio: Gala Gorman
Primal Kitchen Podcast: Obesity Expert Dr. Spencer Nadolsky Weighs in on Ozempic
Interesting Blog Posts
How Western parenting styles appear to the Runa indigenous people.
The changing story of human evolution.
If Ireland has 500k fewer cows than 20 years ago, why do they need to cull even more?
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Not surprised: Targeting farmers may have been a bad move for Europe.
Low-carb wins: Low-carb vs DASH.
Important: BMI underestimates obesity.
Great essay: What is science?
We don’t really understand space at all: Black holes might not exist after all.
Question I’m Asking
What’s the hardest workout you ever did?
One year ago (Jun 17 – Jun 23)
Comment of the Week
“Regarding this week’s SWS, I believe you are conflating a cliched pop culture term, that doesn’t really have an agreed-upon definition with a complete misunderstanding of what monastic life actually is. Frankly, it’s a mess. Spending a period of time, away from distractions and outside influence in order to focus, think deeply, and crystallize one’s ideas followed by getting those ideas out in the world is how real progress is made. Breakthroughs don’t happen through groupthink or committees. I could go on, but basically, you are suggesting a false choice.“