Month: October 2016

Weekend Link Love – Edition 420

Research of the Week
On the causality—or lack thereof—of the gut biome’s association with obesity.

Going barefoot in the classroom makes kids more enthusiastic about school.

Where you carry your fat affects your risk of heart disease.

The role of mitochondrial hormesis in exercise training.

Strong kids become healthy adults.

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Chicken Liver Stir-Fry

Chicken liver cooks quickly, making liver an ideal, if rarely used, protein for stir-fries. In this stir-fry recipe, chicken liver is a main ingredient. The meaty flavor gives an otherwise light dish some heft, and adds a lot of vitamin A, plus copper, folate and zinc. Sauteed with ginger, garlic and green onions, with a splash of coconut aminos, liver is a tasty addition to any stir-fry.

If you’re not completely in love with liver, but want more of this important supplemental food in your diet, then add a smaller amount to your next stir-fry. A quarter pound or so can be cut into small pieces and thrown in the wok with sliced chicken or beef as the main protein.

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