Weekend Link Love – Edition 357
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Research of the Week
Feel like an afternoon snack? Berries will keep you fuller longer than an equally-caloric baked item.
Most packaged gluten-free foods are just as unhealthy as their gluten-replete counterparts.
Romantic-sexual kissing doesn’t appear to be a human universal.
“Stone age conditions” prolong sleep.
In indigenous Australians and Papua New Guineans, mingling with the Denisovans (the “other Neanderthal,” an ancestral human living primarily in Asia) introduced genes related to “spermatogenesis, fertilization, cold acclimation, circadian rhythm, development of brain, neural tube, face, and olfactory pit, immunity,” as well as “female pregnancy, development of face, lung, heart, skin, nervous system, and male gonad, visual and smell perception, response to heat, pain, hypoxia, and UV, lipid transport, metabolism, blood coagulation, wound healing, aging.”
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 76: Diana Rodgers: Host Elle Russ hangs out with sustainable farming advocate Diana Rodgers. Learn how Diana got into ancestral health by way of gluten-free dieting, whether there’s still vacant land that can be grazed, why her farm is “community-supported,” and how anyone who cares at all about what they eat must also care how their food is grown and raised.
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- 5 Ways to Get the Most Bang for Your Workout Buck
- Take the 1000 Day Challenge!
- Doctors of the Future: 3 Promising Trends in Medical Education
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Interesting Blog Posts
The Fat Emperor on insulin and missed opportunities.
Will taxing saturated fat actually prevent any deaths?
Paul Jaminet with an interesting post on antioxidants, exercise, and whether bigger muscles are always better (or stronger).
Could lower dietary fiber diversity lead to higher diversity in the gut biome?
Apparently, sunbathing is far more dangerous than driving a car. Hmm.
Scott Jurek just hiked the Appalachian trail in 46 days, 8 hours, and 7 minutes, averaging 50 miles a day.
Portland’s police horses now wear minimalist footwear. Dang hipsters.
The FDA adds “heart attack” and “stroke” to NSAID warning labels.
Oregon State University scientists have cultivated a type of dulse seaweed that apparently tastes like bacon.
Doodling may help you think, even if you’re bad at art.
Why BMI doesn’t work for everyone.
One year ago (Jul 21 – Jul 27)
- Yearning for the Wild – Do you feel the call?
- The “Dangers” of Going Gluten-Free – How ever do we survive?
Comment of the Week
Charlie Parker became the most influential jazz musician of the 20th century in about 1000 days. I like it. Being a musician and all. Thanks for posting it
– Really cool to know. Thanks, Todd.
Weekly Link Love – Edition 74
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