Tag: weekend link love
Amy at Thousand Mile Journey has 221 days until she turns 40. She’s cleaned out the pantry and gone full tilt Primal. Read her story, take a look at the exodus of food, and peruse her blog for some Primal meal ideas.
Also, check out Dollface’s Primal Journey. Another great, personal Primal blog with stories, tips, and recipes like low carb sushi.
If you haven’t gone Primal on Twitter yet, you’re missing some tasty tweets like Marc Van Dam’s Zucchini Hummu
And one more dish! Thanks, Ed, for finding this grilled cilantro chicken with pickled tomato and avocado salsa recipe. (note: brown sugar not entirely necessary, or just use a teaspoon).
Want a fun way to chronicle your weight loss? Try out Daily Mugshot.
Shampoo is overrated. So says NPR, dermatologists, and Grok.
For those Tabata sprinters, Emma of Paleo Girl found a few rockin’ MP3s with Tabata intervals spliced in.
Is this woman really 130 years old? Via Neatorama.
If my coconut pancakes didn’t satisfy your Primal sweet tooth, head over to N1Kitchen for a delicious butternut squash muffin recipe.
I’m back from a trip to Thailand and Cambodia. If you’re interested in pics of Carrie and I romping with the elephants, join me on Facebook.
TED is such a wonderful hub of smart content. Watch this video of Aimee Mullins and her super-power legs.
What’s your cooking personality? Find out over at New York Times Health.
Admittedly not all of her meals are Primal, but I’ve been utterly charmed by 93 year old Clara Cannucciari and her Depression Cooking.
The Primal mentality is really expanding around the world. This week Men’s Health ran a piece on Erwan Le Corre, a modern Tarzan who promotes the natural world as the perfect gymnasium. After you’ve read about his strikingly Primal philosophy, check him out in action.
Le Corre may be a modern Tarzan, but Chris Sharma could give him a run for his money. Check out this video of some truly breathtaking rock climbing.
As regular readers know, the Primal Blueprint is about more than flat abs and body weight. Read The Son of Grok’s personal account of how going Primal helped his health, his relationships, his marriage, and his career.
The Grunter, the no-wiper, the bluetooth person. These are just a few of the eccentrics who frequent most gyms. Life Spotlight covers the rudest, most ridiculous, most outlandish, and yet most common gym habits. So read up, and don’t be one of these guys/gals.
Statins. Do we really need another reason not to take them? Sure, why not?: Statins may decrease joy of sex. (thanks, George!)
For the CrossFitters, P90Xers, and Prison Workout enthusiasts, MizFit has a new pushup variation to toss into your strength training mix.
USA Today harps about a new study that proves you can lose weight on any diet if you restrict calories enough. Is this evidence for you to start a burrito diet or perhaps the half-donut-a-day-and-nothing-else diet? Or maybe good health is something more than pounds lost.
The department of obvious studies (UK division) is at it again, this time proving that lifestyle affects your risk of a stroke. Via Diet Blog.
First there was soft serve chicken, then there were the atrocities that make you fat. This week it’s time to go global with “I Can’t Believe They Call That Food!” from My Travel Web.
Two of my favorite bloggers, Scott Kustes of Modern Forager and Mike O’Donnell of The IF Life, have combined forces to bring you a new Uberblog, The Life Spotlight. It’s a central hub for eating/moving/living like a modern caveman. Go there, read them, and update your RSS feed.
Methuselah at Pay Now Live Later is going all-out Grok this week with his Letters From a Caveman series. How would Grok react were he transported forward thousands of years to the present and forced to blog?
Can you tickle yourself?
Before we get to this week’s link love I’d like to make a request. Whoever is sending harassing emails to a particular health blogger that doesn’t agree with my opinions regarding health and fitness please stop. You are going about things in exactly the wrong way and I don’t support it all.
Okay. Now that that has been said, off to the links!
According to the results of the Justification for the Use of Statins in Primary Prevention: An Intervention Trial Evaluating Rosuvastatin (JUPITER) 80% of adults over 50 are eligible for statin treatment as the primary method of prevention against cardiovascular events. You probably know what I think about that.
For a personal take on the PB experience, check out Primal Fusion, a new blog chronicling the adventures of living and eating Primal. Keep up with Angie and Ryan as they experiment with salad spinners, sausage, and even…muffins?
(We’ve seen a handful of Primal blogs popping up around the net. If you have one, feel free to link to it from this post’s comment board. If you are interested in starting one we’d be happy to help. Drop us an email by clicking “Ask Anything!” at the top of the page.)
Running wild through the internet like a greased pig at a county fair, it’s the bacon explosion. The bane of vegetarians and the New York Times, but is it unhealthy or is it Primal? Feel free to chime in.
I received a few emails this week from frustrated readers who had read a post from Fitness Fixation discussing the struggles of low carb dieting. While I don’t agree with much (anything?) of what the nutritionist has to say, I do believe many people jump into low carb dieting without much knowledge on how to eat right. The result is a diet low in both carbs and fat, thus not enough fuel to maintain strength and energy. Let me know what you think.