Research of the Week
Despite health officials being worried about the “increase in meat intake in Asian countries,” a recent study actually found an inverse association between mortality and red meat, fish, and poultry intake.
Forget melatonin supplements, blue blocking goggles, and f.lux – going camping is the best way to normalize your circadian rhythm.
Even though tests of individual chemicals may proclaim them as “safe,” combining “safe” doses of two potential carcinogens – estrogen and arsenic – doubles the cancer risk to prostate cells. This study seems relevant in a world where “we are getting exposed to many chemicals at once,” doesn’t it?
Interesting Blog Posts
Ned Kock explains why he thinks grain-fed beef liver might be even more nutritious than grass-fed beef liver.
Everyone should learn at least a couple helpful tips from this list of 25 food prep techniques.
Famously gluten-free tennis star Novak Djokovic expands on his regimen. Suffice it to say, he’s an interesting dude.
Health experts are recommending the instatement of a new saturated fat tax in New Zealand to curb the dangerous national pastime of consuming grass-fed butter and promote a greater intake of vegetable oil. I’m sure this will go swimmingly.
This success story from a Montreal man made my day.
Even though his adamantium-laced spinal column is nigh indestructible, Hugh Jackman still insists on deadlifting with proper form (and in VFFs, no less).
- If you decide to make Paleo sloppy joe sweet potatoes, you’d better eat with your hands and eschew napkins. The “sloppy” is the best part.
- You’ve all tried cauliflower fried rice, but what about cauliflower rice with a Moroccan flair?
One year ago (Aug 4 – Aug 10)
- 32 “Slow Living” Inspired Ways to Savor Summer – Summer’s leaving, folks, and you should figure out a few ways to savor your remaining time with it.
- Why You Should Lift and Lower Heavy Things – Jonathan Bailor guests stars and explains why lifting and lowering heavy things is so essential (with an emphasis on the lowering).
Comment of the Week
This post bugs me.
– Even though your comment got *crickets* as a response, I liked it.