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Weekend Link Love – Edition 418

Research of the Week
Omega-3s improve reading scores.

Treating early prostate cancer produces side effects, but no survival benefit compared to “active monitoring.”

Couples with dissimilar immune genetics have better relationships.

Bulking works better if you lean out first.

The science of sticking points in the squat, deadlift, and bench press.

Zika affects adult brains.

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Weekend Link Love – Edition 417

Research of the Week
Vitamin D may reduce asthma attacks.

Nibbling your nuts linked to lower inflammation.

Human brains are particularly blood-thirsty.

Antibiotic prescriptions linked to food allergies in kids. Parents: if you’re faced with giving your kid antibiotics, read this.

The majority of your brain’s structure was inherited from your parents.

Caffeine may keep cognitive decline at bay.

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Weekend Link Love – Edition 416

Research of the Week
Flavonoids fight flu.

Hypertrophy in older men depends on the number of capillaries serving their muscles.

Probiotics are probably helpful for type 2 diabetics.

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Weekend Link Love – Edition 415

Check out my interview with Kathy Smith. I so enjoyed watching Kathy’s daughter Kate run in the Olympic 800 meter finals in Rio this weekend!

Are you a health coach? Learn how to land that first client.
Research of the Week
Two years of using a standing desk at school lowers BMI in kids (and no, they weren’t six year-old bodybuilders losing lean muscle mass!).

Feared food additive carrageenan actually harmless, new study says.

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Weekend Link Love – Edition 414

Research of the Week
A 30% ketone diet improves rats’ cognitive and physical performance.

Calcium intake has a protective relationship with colorectal cancer risk.

More evidence that fidgeting (feet) is good for your health (when sitting).

Broccoli sprouts alleviate anxiety and depression in animals.

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Weekend Link Love – Edition 413

Research of the Week
Take a deep breath and relax (but only if someone tells you to).

Exposure to nature can reduce aggressive behavior and negative emotions in prison inmates.

How much water you drink affects the color of your pee, says science.

Americans are still fatter than they were 20 years ago.

A mutation that made us immune to toxins in smoke might have given us the edge over neanderthals.

Sneezing and itchy eyes might mean new brain cells.

Speaking of brains, being overweight might make yours age prematurely.

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Weekend Link Love – Edition 412

Just a quick shout out to let you know that for the month of August, you can grab a digital copy of the following books for only $3.99 on Amazon: Death By Food Pyramid, Fruit Belly, and The Primal Prescription.

You may not have a health coach, but you can still benefit from these 5 lessons.
Research of the Week
To counter all that sitting, you might need to train for an hour a day.

Resistant starch pancakes eaten with whey protein increase satiety and fat oxidation.

Early introduction of egg white and peanut to breastfed babies reduces their allergenicity.

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Weekend Link Love – Edition 411

Why everyone could benefit from a health coach (plus, my personal experience with one). Learn more at primalhealthcoach.com.
Research of the Week
Eating produce could make you happier (a dose response relationship).

How prenatal and postnatal factors affect a baby’s microbiome, and what it implies about long-term development (PDF).

A 90 minute walk in the woods brightens your mood and kills self-rumination.

White rice privilege: rice used to be a whole lot more diverse.

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Weekend Link Love – Edition 410

Research of the Week
Too much TV as a kid promotes bone loss (or inadequate bone formation).

Alphabetic discrimination is a scourge on humanity.

Keto and CrossFit go well together (PDF).

If you’ve got the bacteria to ferment it, resistant starch in the form of raw potato starch really increases butyrate production in the colon.

Elephants don’t mind living in tiny studios on the wrong side of town as long as they’ve got other elephants to hang out with and lots of great restaurants and museums nearby.

Sauté fish with olive oil, not sunflower oil.

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Weekend Link Love – Edition 409

Research of the Week
New evidence from China is changing the story of human evolution.

Vets with PTSD may have traumatic damage to their pituitary glands.

Some criticisms of the latest epidemiology from Harvard indicting saturated fat.

A new meta-analysis concludes that taking probiotics can improve weight loss.

Nail-biters and thumb-suckers may have better immune systems and fewer allergies.

Is autism a disorder of high intelligence?

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