Episode #16 of The Primal Blueprint Podcast is now live. It’s another great reader question roundup.
Research of the Week
Hypoglycemic married couples get into more and worse fights than normoglycemic married couples.
Naps are linked to a higher risk of dying, but I doubt it’s causative. Far more likely is that people who get worse sleep at night and have worse health as a result require more naps.
Yes, endurance athletes. You still need to strength train.
Snacking increases liver and belly fat more than eating big meals, even when overall caloric intake is the same.
Interesting Blog Posts
The ergogenic effects of sitting in a dark, blistering-hot room with sweaty, naked old men and/or women.
Too busy to meditate? Try these helpful tips for integrating mindfulness into your everyday life.
Pollen may not be the actual cause of seasonal allergies.
Are you getting enough vitamin J?
I wrote a piece for Bare Essentials Magazine about the many faces of Primal life. Check it out.
How being a doctor became the most miserable profession.
Or perhaps not.
The NY Times Learning Network put together a respectable prompt for teaching students how to study nutrition, disease, and clinical trials.
Is food so cheap that we can’t bring ourselves to respect it?
Want the perfect standing workstation tailored to your body? Enter your specs here and get the results.
Forget Code Blue. Do hospitals need a Code Death?
- This is an odd – but excellent – one: deconstructed paleo bacon sushi.
- What do you do when you want carnitas real bad but haven’t got any pork butt? If you view language as a fluid substance, you make beef carnitas.
One year ago (Apr 27 – May 3)
- Crawling, Balancing, Rolling: The Importance of Practicing Natural Movements – Have you crawled, rolled, balanced, or done a series of natural movements lately? Do it.
- Do We Need Rites of Passage? – Part 2 – Are rites of passage a quaint, irrelevant holdover from times long past?
Comment of the Week
Once again it looks like all roads lead to the gut. It’s hard to stomach what conventional wisdom tries to stuff down our throats.
- Har, har.