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Research of the Week
Frequent eating does not reduce appetite.
In Americans, “adipose tissue LA (linoleic acid) has increased by 136% over the last half century.”
Standing at work is great and all, but what happens when you get home?
Now they admit it: going barefoot improves balance and posture and could even prevent common lower leg injuries.
Nine “micro-workouts” per week might give better strength, size, and performance gains than three longer workouts.
Pretty much every light emitting device, including the Kindle Paperwhite, disrupts sleep.
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Interesting Blog Posts
Be a writer who moves/a mover who writes.
When being overweight is good for you.
“If it couldn’t be recorded, why bother doing it at all?”
Does iron drive aging?
The creators of the We Love Paleo movie are fighting back against critics who say feeding kids meat, fruit, veggies, nuts, roots, tubers, and healthy fats is tantamount to child endangerment.
REI’s president and CEO has an interesting take on the modern office.
Next time, search for “paleo diet” instead of “paleolithic diet.”
A new device can reduce or eliminate blue light from your TV display.
The pigeon prank that never was (for now).
Grow your own edible insects.
Sick Ugandan red colobus monkeys practice herbal medicine.
“Bro, you mid-Victorian?”
Low-carbers burn more fat during exercise and have glycogen for when it counts.
Like your poop? Bank it while you can.
One year ago (Nov 24 – Nov 30)
Comment of the Week
“A 40-60 range might be ideal, as drops in insulin sensitivity have been seen at slightly higher levels, but don’t quote me on that.” -Mark Sisson
Sorry, I had to…
– Walked right into that one.