As NPR reports, your lifestyle behaviors may not only affect your gene expression. They may alter your children’s, too.
Author Leo Babauta of Zen Habits just launched his new book, Focus. For those looking to simplify the chaos in their lives, Leo has aptly dubbed his new book a “simplicity manifesto.” You can get it free as a download, or you can buy an upgraded version including some goodies like how-to videos (love the title “How to Single Task”) and interviews with the likes of Seth Godin.
I occasionally feature some parkour action here. This week you get dog parkour.
My good buddy and former professional triathlete Brad Kearns was recently interviewed on Matt Metzgar’s site. It’s a great read for folks who are Primal but still like to run.
For folks who enjoyed Wednesday’s post on doctor payouts from pharmaceutical companies, here’s an excellent interview with Ray Moynihan on a different marketing tactic Big Pharma uses: Promoting the disorder to promote the treatment.
And finally, zonk yourself out, man.
- Food Renegade makes wild boar and venison chili. And yes, I’m incredibly jealous of anyone who can make this (sans beans ;)).
- I wouldn’t suggest eating these every day, but when you need to feed your 20, the Food Lovers’ Primal Palate offers up dark chocolate almond butter bites.
One year ago (October 17 – 23)
- How to Maintain Muscle While Losing Weight – Because you want to be toned, not skinny-fat.
- Bodyweight Exercises and Injury Prevention – This post includes a great rundown of what a good week of fitness looks like.
Comment of the Week
An email from a reader…
Curious observation. I keep a pretty close watch on my finances. I thought about looking at the difference between my dining expenses and grocery expenses. I started getting serious about my health/workouts in 10/09, and I started the blueprint around Feb 10. Outside of a few spikes, it’s a pretty clear divergence. . .