Episode #32 of The Primal Blueprint Podcast is now live, and I’m answering reader questions about statins, CoQ10 depletion, the nature of hunger, and much more. If you have any ideas for future podcasts, please let us know by using the blue “Submit a Question” button in the sidebar!
Research of the Week
When it comes to polyunsaturated fats, the animal-based ones – DHA, EPA, and AA – are far more oxidatively stable than the plant-based ALA and linoleic acid.
Interesting Blog Posts
Science-Based Medicine admits that antibiotics are a big problem.
The effect of varying your walking speed on type 2 diabetes.
Antiperspirants change your pit flora and probably make you smell even worse.
Also, go ahead and avoid antibacterial soaps while you’re at it. They cross the placenta, show up in fetal blood, produce antibiotic resistant bacteria, and just make things worse overall.
We should totally hang more.
Why, specifically, are Americans so stressed out?
Seven hours of sleep a night isn’t going to cut it if you’re active.
Man leaves lucrative career, becomes surfing, photographing, paleo-eating nomad. “If it was hard, I wouldn’t be doing it.”
Take a break. A real one.
- Smoky venison stew would probably work with beef or bison, but do try to get your hands on some deer flesh.
- Zucchini “pasta” with creamy “alfredo,” spiced meatballs, and crispy artichoke hearts. Ignore the quote marks and just make it.
One year ago (Aug 17 – Aug 23)
- Slacklining – My New Obsession – Slacklining is an incredibly fun way to get fit and strong. You should try it.
- Sheltered: Missing the Primal Power of Nature – You’re missing out, I’m missing out, the human race in general is missing out.
Comment of the Week
The cold, dead hand of Puritanism still hovers over America.
– Get back to work, Harry.