Research of the Week

Removing your tonsils is associated with more infectious, respiratory, and allergic diseases across your lifetime. Having them removed by a trained professional isn’t much better.

Researchers recommend easing up on psilocybin restrictions.

Smoking one plant may help addicts stop smoking another.

Kids with ADHD or autism are more likely to have food allergies.

New Primal Blueprint Podcasts

Episode 251: Dr. Aaron Grossman: Host Elle Russ chats with Dr. Aaron Grossman about his mission: helping top performers reach optimal levels of performance.

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Interesting Blog Posts

Suicide is rising.

Media, Schmedia

They’re catching up to us.

Apparently sticking broccoli powder in junk food will save us all. Frappucino with 100 grams of sugar? Just add some broccoli powder and you’re good.

Everything Else

Is algae the food of the future?

Bayer plans to ditch the Monsanto name.

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

List I’m proud to make: Greatist’s 100 Most Influential in Health and Fitness.

Deadlift I found inspiring: This 185 pound one by a 90 year-old woman.

Study I found fascinating: Birth month predicts lifetime risk of 55 different diseases.

Environmental intervention I think everyone welcomes: India pledges to eliminate single-use plastic by 2022.

I want to watch it even more now: The Australian medical establishment tries to get Netflix to stop carrying a movie in the interest of “public safety.”

Recipe Corner

Time Capsule

One year ago (Jun 3– Jun 9)

Comment of the Week

“This just in: Wild Boreal TJ’s blueberries sold out nationwide?”

– We’ll see, greg jordan.

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