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Weekend Link Love – Edition 151

My next book is available for pre-order on Amazon [7], but before you hop on over there to reserve your early-adopter copy, consider that, just like my previous book releases [8], I will be putting together a special pre-order offer for people that purchase it through PrimalBlueprint.com [9]. Keep your eyes peeled this coming October. (P.S. Pay no attention to the cover design at Amazon. It’s an early mockup of an in-the-works final design, and will be changed.)

Peggy, The Primal Parent, just wrote a great article [10] on polycystic ovarian syndrome, or PCOS. Turns out going Primal helps with that, too.

Good posture makes you tougher [11] and more resistant to physical pain, while a submissive posture makes you less resistant.

Surprise, surprise: toning shoes don’t actually tone anything [12]. What you do in a shoe (or in no shoe) is key.

Check out a London art student’s human hair necklaces [13], which bridge the tenuous gap between creepy and beautiful.

How to build your brain circuitry [14] and get really, really good at something.

According to HuffPo, paddleboard yoga is the latest trend [15]. I got an email from a friend the other day telling me he and friends played Ultimate [16] on paddleboards.

You might miss it if you blink, but an NPR article briefly mentions how sunlight helps the eyes [17].

It’s a rare breakfast that encompasses the balance between protein, fat, and micronutrient requirements, along with the nature of reality itself, but this egg [18] manages to do it all.

Recipe Corner

Time Capsule

One year ago (July 11 – July 17)

Comment of the Week

That’s kind of what I was thinking when I ripped the heads off four living crayfish, pulled out their main intestine using the center tail fins, and scraped most of their guts out with a knife, all while they were still wriggling. Then I plopped them in a pot of boiling water and watched them turn red, along with the bundles of eggs still attached under three of their tails. But then after transferring them into a pan and frying them with some eggs, I enjoyed an excellent, hearty dinner that satisfied me to the core. This is the way of nature.

– Reader Animanarchy [23] spares no details [24].