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Search for the week

Some human intestinal bacteria produce GABA, a "relaxation" neurotransmitter. People with depression tend to have fewer bacteria producing GABA.

The more fruits and vegetables you eat, the more you value your cognitive function.

The fact of following a Mediterranean diet is linked to a decrease in body fat, a reduction in inflammation, an improved glucose metabolism and an increased sensitivity to insulin.

New podcasts of primordial plan

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Episode 298: Ashleigh Vanhouten: Host Elle Russ talks with Head Coach for Health, writer and host of Paleo Magazine Radio, Ashleigh Vanhouten.

Episode 299: Questions and Answers about the Keto: Host Brad Kearns answers your questions about the keto.

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Media, Schmedia

Scientists discover tens of billions of tons of microbes under the earth's crust.

Jimmy Dean sausages, now with more iron.

Interesting blog posts

"Fragmented" life experiences accelerate the passage of time.

Relax for a better world.

Social notes

New barbecue sauces are appearing.

Malibu still has it.

All the rest

Is it happiness?

Obstacles on the road to Mars are not just physical or technical.

Who says women should not lift heavy objects?

Imagine media honors if this person reduced his insulin requirement by 80% with a vegan diet.

Holiday Guide from NomNomPaleo.

What I do and who interests me

I wish him good luck: Greg Glassman of CrossFit trains an army of doctors.

An interesting result: a mixture of Neanderthals has changed the brains of some Europeans.

This makes sense: why research in psychology focused on Western populations may not apply to populations in other regions.

This is serious: Johnson & Johnson has knowingly sold baby powder containing asbestos for decades.

There is photographic evidence: AIs generate realistic human faces.

Question I ask

Do you think that happiness can be reduced to proteins that cause endorphins along cerebral filaments?

Recipe Corner

Beef with Thai basil.
Remove the frozen turkey leftovers and make a creamy soup.

Time capsule

One year ago (Dec 8 – Dec 14)

The future of health care is health coaching – human contact will never go out of style.
Will saturated fat kill your cells? – Have we finally found the mechanism?

Comment of the week

"US Marines need a potential recruit to do three push-ups before signing up. They must refuse a meaningful number until they can do that. I stopped by a Navy Recruiting Center in the mall. I'm almost 72 years old and I was kidding, I asked the recruiter if I could see if I was going to qualify. He laughed and said, "go ahead". I had 30. The air on his face was priceless.
I've done the camp before he recruits me! "

– Well done, Skip.

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