Tag: weekend link love
Many of you have experienced the multiple benefits of “IF” or “Intermittent Fasting.” Life Spotlight is redefining the term, find out why “IF” now stands for “Intermittent Feeding.”
How bad is Crisco? Very, very bad. Free the Animal posts footage from Fat Head all about the fat that gave fat a bad reputation.
Head over to Food Renegade to watch Michael Pollan discuss food marketing. Hint: the healthiest foods aren’t the ones touting how healthy they are all over their packaging.
When he’s not linebacking, he’s chasing down a wild boar with a hunting knife. The Cleveland Browns drafted one Primal football player (thanks, Terry!)
Hospitals are supposed to make people healthier, and yet the food they serve… This Hospital Food blog shows mostly horrifying (but occasionally beautiful) hospital food from around the world.
Grocery store trickery is nothing new, but read this great Wall Street Journal article to find out what’s pumped into your chicken to weigh it down.
Watch the preview for Food Inc., an upcoming documentary on big agra’s twisted control over the food industry. I can’t wait for this one to come out!
Here’s an unusual one from FitSugar: relax your neck through strategic tongue placement.
Summer approaches and Gym Junkies wants to get you shredded. If you’re ready to stop with the small indulgences and cheat days and really go hardcore for a month, take Gym Junkies’ Shredded For Summer 31 day challenge.
Throw, climb, scoot, lift, and all in 3 minutes. Not a routine for the Sunday stroller; watch this gorallatized workout video. (warning: turn the volume down before hitting play)
On the subject of raising Primal children, The UK has the right idea be getting kids out of the classroom. Let’s get this done in America! (thanks, Stephen)
What are the three unmagical words that may be ruining your life? Read Zen Habits’ post to find out.
Bare feet are back in action! I’ve been proselytizing bare feet for years, but now the benefits of going shoeless are finally hitting mainstream media. It that’s not enough here’s a video showing side-by-side comparisons of Grok-style and Nike style. And it’s not just about barefoot running – barefoot hiking counts too!
After Wednesday’s spinach bread post, many readers chimed in with their own favorite grainless bread recipes. Here are a few:
The Medicine Womans Roots – Golden Flax Bread
Elana’s Pantry – Gluten-Free Bread
About.com – Focaccia-Style Flax Bread
Low Carb Examiner – Oopsie Rolls (Gluten Free Buns)
Extreme aerial sports like base jumping and sky diving are typically associated with adrenaline spikes and fist pumping glory, but Free the Animal dug up a video on the beautiful, serene world of hang gliding.
Take Fit has a good list of lift-heavy health websites, and MDA is included!
Make of this what you will: United Air to Charge Obese Fliers Twice. (thanks, Autumn!)
If you liked Pay Now Live Later’s video from last weekend’s link love, he’s got a site chronicling his Primal workout experience. Give it a look-see for inspiration and ideas.
Happy Easter! Before you pop a peep, check out FitSugar’s Easter candy breakdown.
It’s a little late for April Fools’ Day jokes, but Fitness Spotlight’s charming review of wonderful, foolproof, ab machines was too funny not to mention.
Pay Now Live Later put together a fantastic video montage of the Primal eating plan in a nutshell. Everyone that reads Mark’s Daily Apple should take a look.
Whole Health Source has a spot-on post about reversing tooth decay.
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.