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Weekend Link Love – Edition 345

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Research of the Week

Here’s more confirmation that BPA could have harmful effects on the environment and human health [1].

Real Vegan Cheese [2]. Is it headed to a market near you?

Researchers get a few steps closer to understanding just how common biomarkers of sleep debt found in humans, rats [3].

New Primal Blueprint Podcast

Episode 64: Elle Russ and Eli Rohde [4]: Get the female perspective on the paleo journey as these two women discuss the misconceptions, excuses, and objections that prevent people from taking the plunge, and offer their own wisdom and encouragement in response.

Each week, select Mark’s Daily Apple blog posts are prepared as Primal Blueprint Podcasts. Need to catch up on reading, but don’t have the time? Prefer to listen to articles while on the go? Check out the new blog post podcasts below, and subscribe to the Primal Blueprint Podcast here [5] so you never miss an episode.

Interesting Blog Posts

How to tell if your beef is grass-fed [9] without even asking.

Wondering how to store your fresh herbs? Here’s [10] a detailed guide.

Getting to the root causes of your food cravings [11].

Jazz up your green smoothies with frozen kale cubes [12].

Media, Schmedia

Jeb Bush goes paleo [13] for the presidency.

Why almost everything Dean Ornish says about nutrition is wrong [14].

Directions to the most drought-friendly section of the produce aisle [15].

Everything Else

The Atlantic breaks down “Food Porn [16]” and how it affects your brain.

The Soil Will Save Us [17]: A Manifesto for Restoring Our Relationship with the Land.

CNN gives us a bird’s eye view of living a “zero waste [18]” life.

A refresher of the simple rules for healthy eating [19].

Recipe Corner

Time Capsule

One year ago (Apr 26 – May 2)

Comment of the Week

Same here. That’s actually one of the things I’ve come to love most about this site, having beliefs challenged.

– You have come to the right place, M [24].