Weekly Link Love – Edition 78


Research of the Week

New study says exercise may prevent severe respiratory complications of COVID-19.

About 50% of food sold in Britain is ultra-processed. In France, it’s around 14%.

“The majority of studies, and especially the higher quality studies, showed that those who avoided meat consumption had significantly higher rates or risk of depression, anxiety, and/or self-harm behaviors.” From a new paper on meat and mental health.

New Primal Blueprint Podcasts

Episode 419: Helen Marshall: Host Elle Russ chats with Helen Marshall, a Primal Health Coach and founder of the grain-free line of foods called Primal Alternative.

Primal Health Coach Radio, Episode 57: Laura and Erin chat with Drew Manning, who understands the importance of empathy when coaching.

Media, Schmedia

Coronavirus is hitting the meat industry hard.

Coffee is healthy unless it’s not.

Interesting Blog Posts

On the carbon footprint of various foods.

How risky is outdoor transmission of the coronavirus, asks the amusement park industry.

Social Notes

My favorite movies.

Everything Else

The more meat the better.

Superspreading happens “wherever and whenever people are up in each other’s faces, laughing, shouting, cheering, sobbing, singing, greeting, and praying.”

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

Important new paper: “From barefoot hunter gathering to shod pavement pounding. Where to from here? A narrative review.”

Question I’m asking: So it’s not the meat and dairy causing…

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