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Weekend Link Love

The China Study. Yes, we’ve seen it belittled, but never in such amazing fashion. Raw Food SOS thoroughly discredits the China Study [7], and Richard Nikoley is there with a bullhorn to spread the word [8]. Rob Wolf is all over this one [9] as well. See The Protein Debate (PDF) between Cordain and Campbell.

I thought I had palmed my face for the final time on the “giving kids statins [10]” issue. But nay, in recent groundbreaking news insanity, Lipitor now comes in kid-friendly chewables [11].

Here’s a little study [12] you can hold over your friends’ heads the next time they chide you about the silly notion that you can “control your genes.”

There’s something suspicious about these clipper coupons [13]

Not everyone will get this one, but I’m curious as to whether or not this soup [14] is Primal.

If you enjoyed lasts week’s sleep posts (here [15], here [16], and here [17]), you’ll find Scientific American‘s look at sleep habits and cancer [18] intriguing.

And finally, this is the wrong way to open a coconut [19].

Recipe Corner

Time Capsule

One year ago  (July 4 Р10)

Comment of the Week

Try drying dulse in the toaster oven for 5 minutes. It brings out a nice bacon flavor. In fact, wrap it in bacon!

Aaron Blaisdell [25] from A Visual Guide to Sea Vegetables [26]