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New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 182

Research of the Week Jordanians had domesticated olives at least 7000 years ago. Lager may promote healthier gut biomes. What do we know about the risks of zoonotic diseases and different livestock husbandry systems? Not enough, not yet. If you want kids to get enough iodine—and you do want that, trust me—their intake of fish, …

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Ask a Health Coach: Intuitive Eating vs. Primal Eating

Hey folks, Board-Certified Health Coach Chloe Maleski is here to answer your questions about intuitive eating. Wondering what intuitive eating is and whether it’s Primal? We’re here with guidance and support! Have a question you’d like to ask our health coaches? Leave it below in the comments or over in the Mark’s Daily Apple Facebook …

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Backpacking Essentials: Gear, Skills, and More

Continuing the celebration of National Get Outdoors Month, today we’re covering some essential backpacking gear, skills, and preparations that will help ensure you return from your adventure happy, healthy, and in one piece. Preparing for a backpacking trip can be intimidating—there’s so much to think about! What will you eat? How much water do you …

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New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 181

Research of the Week 84% diabetes remission using an app. The vast majority of “grains” fed to livestock are inedible to humans. The Lipid Energy Model. Fasting is well-tolerated and helpful in type 2 diabetics. Could low-dose arsenic exposure be hormetic? The combo of high fat and high fructose is particularly bad for glucose tolerance. …

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