Weekend Link Love – Edition 415
Check out my interview with Kathy Smith. I so enjoyed watching Kathy’s daughter Kate run in the Olympic 800 meter finals in Rio this weekend!
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Research of the Week
Two years of using a standing desk at school lowers BMI in kids (and no, they weren’t six year-old bodybuilders losing lean muscle mass!).
Feared food additive carrageenan actually harmless, new study says.
Latinos age more slowly than other ethnic groups.
Both “greater fruit and vegetable intake” and higher “fat, meat, egg, and tofu intake” were associated with better-smelling sweat.
New research reveals the true human cell to bacterial cell count in the body: 1:1.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 132: Dr. Lauren Noel: Host Elle Russ hangs out with Dr. Lauren Noel, a licensed naturopathic doctor who specializes in thyroid health, digestive disorders, and autoimmune conditions. You heard right: Dr. Noel is an expert on the three most confusing conditions that conventional medicine has almost no clue about.
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Interesting Blog Posts
How to make meetings more tolerable (and effective).
Simple, effective tips for beating type 2 diabetes.
To be resilient, you must recover—not endure.
Doctors: your patients could use a health coach.
Assuming the associations are even causal, doing way more exercise than currently recommended barely offers any extra protection against diabetes and colon cancer.
What was it like being a Roman gladiator?
Forbes enters the A2 vs A1 casein fray.
The connection between latitude, birth month, and celiac disease.
A new mushroom-based supplement prevents you from tasting bitter flavors. Nope, no unintended consequences detected.
Ketogenic diets may help fight cancer, and you can help researchers prove it.
If parenting is overrated, so too is schooling.
I can see this being partially true.
Anxious? Just embrace it.
I think you’re doing it wrong.
- Try these peach, hatch chile, and shrimp ceviche tostadas.
- It’s got corn, but so what: chilled summer soup.
One year ago (Aug 28 – Sep 3)
- 13 Ways to Move More Throughout the Day (Even While at Work) – You need it. Here’s how to make it happen.
- 10 Food Pairings That Make Surprising Nutritional Sense – Foods that taste good together often confer synergistic nutritional benefits.
Comment of the Week
If it’s not on Strava it didn’t happen.
So say all my athlete friends!
– I think I know your friends, Jane.
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