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Weekend Link Love – Edition 272

Our very own Tara Grant recently appeared on two different podcasts to discuss her new book, The Hidden Plague [1], as well as general autoimmunity, skin conditions, Primal sex, and orgasmic meditation. Check her out on Not Just Paleo [2] and PaleoRunner [3].

I’ve got a WellnessFX webcast coming up on Tuesday, December 10, where I’ll be explaining how to manage chronic pain and achieve your ideal body composition through simple lifestyle tweaks. Register for the webcast [4] and get a chance to win a copy of The Primal Blueprint [5] and a free WellnessFX Performance Package (a $699 value).

Research of the Week

How our posture affects [6] our brains, our hormones, and our physiologies.

Reducing your daily step count has unfavorable metabolic consequences, even if you’re healthy [7].

Interesting Blog Posts

10 things one mother wants her daughter to know about working out [8]. Good list, applies to sons as well.

Gratitude is great and all, but Frank Forencich is all about radical amazement [9]. You probably should try it out, too.

Media, Schmedia

I recently sat down with Jack over at Tasting Britain [10] to discuss a wide range of topics including the direction of the Primal movement, the use of entheogens throughout human history, which dwarf from the Hobbit I could beat up, my rock duet with zombie Jim Morrison, and my biggest inspirations in life.

Some hospitals are trying out yogurt to help prevent serious infections like C. diff from taking hold, and they’re getting good results [11].

Everything Else

In case you weren’t aware, MDA has a Pinterest account [12]. Here are some of the Primal Holiday Recipes [13] we recently pinned. Check it out and get inspired (and hungry).

New study [14].

You can stop gum disease [15], according to one ancestrally-minded dentist.

7 things [16] you (probably) had no idea the world was running low on. Sardines, wine, chocolate, bacon? This is a frightening list.

Recipe Corner

Time Capsule

One year ago (Dec 1 – Dec 7)

Comment of the Week

In Southern California, they start shivering at anything below room temperature. 

– Ha. Touché [21]!