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Research of the Week
Soybean oil is more obesogenic and diabetogenic than either coconut oil or fructose. Yes, pure unadulterated fructose.
Soluble fiber might actually be more satiating than protein, according to a recent animal study.
Whole body vibration training kickstarts hypertrophy of the patellar tendon.
New Primal Blueprint Podcasts
Episode 77: Mary Vance: This week’s guest turned to a vegetarian diet rich in legumes, whole grains, and soy to deal with her anemia, but things only got worse. After suffering severe hormonal imbalance and poor digestion, she enrolled in a nutritional consultant program and became acquainted with healthier — dare I say more Primal? — ways of doing things. The rest is history, the details of which she relays to you in this episode.
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Interesting Blog Posts
Too much academic training and testing early in a child’s life may hamper development.
What ingredients define the cuisines of each culture?
How testosterone may also foster social cohesion and cooperation.
Food waste in America.
On the commodification, homogenization, and degeneration of fish in the United States.
It’s sad that this is even necessary.
Very cool: IBM is planning to ship traveling employees’ breast milk home.
Just what you want to see when blinking in and out of consciousness during your surgery: the surgeon checking Facebook.
A pill that cloaks gluten in egg yolk antibodies may allow celiacs and the gluten-intolerant to eat foods containing gluten.
“There’s rosemary, that’s for remembrance.”
Researchers want half of all Americans over 40 on statins because it would be “cost effective.”
One year ago (Jul 28– Aug 3)
Comment of the Week
– In fact, my team and I have come up with a proprietary method that recreates the ancient bushcraft-version of metformin (and keeps it over-the-counter). Stay tuned!