Here are a few fun and informative links from around the web. I hope you enjoy this edition of link love.
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- The real life diet of Andrew Huberman. The neuroscientist and podcaster caught up with GQ about his daily routine: his morning dose of sunlight, his meditation to recharge, and why he prefers to eat his carbs in the evening.
- Could the Covid-19-driven increase in Ivermectin lead to imbalanced gut microbiota and dysbiosis incidents?
- Nothing drains you like mixed emotions.
- The best free or cheap fitness apps, sites, and podcasts.
- How to get the best from your immune system.
- Why zinc is so important.
- A great interview with Will and Harry’s former press secretary, who explained what it was like to work for the brothers for ten years and their personalities.
- There are good reasons you always feel 20 percent younger than your actual age.
- Scientists at Columbia University say they have early evidence that links eating less to longer lifespans.
- A diabetes drug has become an off-label appetite suppressant, changing the definition of being thin and what it takes to get there.
- Stephanie shares some great tips for flying with a baby.
- A great travel guide for visiting Willamette Valley. See my Portland guide if you want to visit Oregon for more recommendations.
- Has anyone ever told you to “stop being so sensitive”? Or perhaps you need to “toughen up and develop a thicker skin”? If you’ve spent much of your life feeling like you’re much more sensitive and responsive than others to the things going on around you, physically, mentally, and emotionally, you might just be what’s known as a highly sensitive person.
- How to print anything from your phone.
- Understanding weight gain and menopause.
- Do greens powders actually do anything?
- Everything you need to know about The Laundress safety recall.