We keep getting registrations and questions about the Primal Blueprint Expert Certification. Thanks for the interest. It seems like lots of people – understandably – want to know exactly what is in the coursework before they take the plunge. If that’s you, be sure to check out last week’s podcast. It’s two and a half hours and covers the entire course in great detail. Even if you don’t end up taking the Cert, you will learn a ton about Primal living, the 8 Key Concepts and 5 Action Items – so give it a listen either on the blog or in iTunes.
Meat chickens have really been hitting the bench hard lately.
We’ve lost half the world’s wildlife since 1970.
Stone tool use evolved independently throughout the world.
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How eating liver and kidney used to be patriotic.
The Merrymaker Sisters give their recap of PrimalCon Oxnard. I get the impression they liked it.
Interesting facts embedded within a new NY Times piece on celiac: it’s five times more common than fifty years ago, and just 17% of celiacs know they have it.
A nice (well, not exactly nice) roundup of the effects of excessive sitting on our health.
Here’s a superfood I can get behind.
I wonder if any of these surfing dogs can hang twenty.
Your baby might end up looking like your ex-boyfriend.
An Oglala Lakota chef is serving only pre-colonization foods in his restaurant. Something tells me his food’ll be fairly healthy. Oh, and his restaurant has a great name, too: The Sioux Chef.
Now I can’t wait to see who wins the Virginia Slim Ironman point series!
Not content with engineering individual genes, researchers are preparing to create organisms with entirely new gene clusters.
When Greg Hindy vowed to unplug from the world for a year, he really meant it.
Even when we starve, our gut bacteria eat.
One year ago (Oct 5 – Oct 11)
What a wheely good way to get tyred out.
– Well done, Stevemid. Well done.