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Research of the Week
Got brain drain? Go for a walk in the park.
Is “salt-sensitive” hypertension just glucose intolerance in disguise?
Three whole eggs a day is just what the cardiologist ordered.
Interesting Blog Posts
How America’s oldest living person – until recently – lived so long.
BoingBoing picked up my Paleofantasy review.
Genetically modified wheat (coming soon to a store near you!) may silence vital human genes, according to research by a professor of microbial genetics (PDF). Of course, to do that, the relevant compounds will have to make it through the gut wall and into the bloodstream to interact with our genes, which wheat has never, ever been shown to do. Right? Right?
When normal people are faced with the consequences of their decisions or actions, they have to own up to it. When Monsanto is faced with independent research that their actions might be killing the bees en masse, it simply buys the research firm that implicates them. And no, this is not an Onion article.
- Tod man pla (no, that’s not a typo).
- We all need more shellfish in our lives. Why not go all out and make some magic shrimp?
One year ago (Apr 7 – Apr 13)
- The Definitive Guide to Traditional Food Preparation and Preservation – How’d they do it in the old days?
- The Importance of Pull-up Bar Training – Bar calisthenics expert Al Kavadlo explains why you need to be working with an elevated horizontal bar capable of supporting your body weight.
Comment of the Week
Had to laugh!
“A big paleofantasy. I could be making this entire world up in my head as I go along.”
……Being Mark Sissonvich…..
- I’d watch that.