Weekend Link Love – Edition 416
Research of the Week
Hypertrophy in older men depends on the number of capillaries serving their muscles.
Probiotics are probably helpful for type 2 diabetics.
Vaping acutely increases aortic stiffness.
Your dog does understand you (fMRI warning.)
Manipulating the sequence of your food intake (eating protein and fat before carbs) improves glucose control.
If we think our meat was raised humanely, it tastes better.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 133: Dr. Eileen Laird: Dr. Eileen Laird is an expert on autoimmune disease who’s using the paleo diet to cure her own rheumatoid arthritis. She hangs out with Elle Russ to chat about some simple tweaks you can make to your diet, lifestyle, daily routine, and mindset to improve your immune health.
Each week, select Mark’s Daily Apple blog posts are prepared as Primal Blueprint Podcasts. Need to catch up on reading, but don’t have the time? Prefer to listen to articles while on the go? Check out the new blog post podcasts below, and subscribe to the Primal Blueprint Podcast here so you never miss an episode.
- How Caring Less Can Help You Accomplish More
- Why Training Your Tendons is Important (and 11 Ways to Do It)
Interesting Blog Posts
An easy weight-loss hack: double your veggies and halve your starch.
Neither industrial grain-based nor industrial animal-based agriculture are sustainable.
Worried? Can’t stop your racing mind? Go for a hike.
Obesity rates are actually improving in some states.
I chatted with Outside Online about fasting.
As rates of opioid overdose skyrocket, the DEA decides to ban the legal alternative with the most potential to curb opioid addiction and abuse.
The Zika virus story gets scarier.
I’m all for eating more collagen, but not like this.
VR spiders to treat arachnophobia.
What playgrounds looked like a hundred years ago.
Lucy (our distant hominid ancestor) may have died after falling from a tree.
Evolution is ableist.
A new device promises to detect gluten.
Many fruits and vegetables have more protein than you think.
Nice tumbling, Gene. So long.
One year ago (Sep 4 – Sep 10)
- Why Camping is So Great: The Benefits of Spending Time in the Great Outdoors – Summer’s pretty much gone, so hurry up.
- Can Techies Improve Food? – Silicon Valley aims to disrupt the food system. How’s that going?
Comment & Pic of the Week
– Boner broth.
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