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Weekend Link Love – Edition 384

We almost killed off the buffalo, and now we have a chance to help them return [1] to their native lands. Support the Tanka Fund [2].

Research of the Week

Low cholesterol, especially LDL and HDL [3], predicts increased suicidality.

Trail running quells anxious rumination [4].

Dunbar’s number persists [5] into our social media networks.

Beards may protect hospital workers against staph infections [6].

Catch-up sleep (2 days at 9.7 hours per night) on the weekend can offset [7] sleep deprivation during the week (4 days at 4.3 hours per night).

Arch supports may increase the energetic cost of human locomotion [8].

New Primal Blueprint Podcasts

Episode 103: Aerobic Base Building with Brad Kearns [9]: In this quick episode, host Brad Kearns discusses the most ignored and most important component of any endurance training regimen—building the aerobic base.

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 [10] so you never miss an episode.

Interesting Blog Posts

Can paleo actually save [15] the environment?

Weighted blankets are helping [16] veterans get back to sleep.

Media, Schmedia

Chris Pratt’s Game Plan diet [17], with a little wiggle room.

Shoulda read Primal Endurance [18].

Bernie Sanders was [19] “Paleo before Paleo was a thing.”

Everything Else

There’s a cauliflower shortage [20].

Think Amazon carries this [21]?

Prospective parents: don’t give your infant vegan almond milk formula. He might get scurvy [22].

Fairy tales go way back [23].

Gorgeous paleo art [24].

A Bay Area school district is the first with all-organic, GMO-free cafeterias [25]. Of course it’s Marin County.

Recipe Corner

Time Capsule

One year ago (Jan 26 – Feb 1)

Comment of the Week

Tried to take the test at the bottom of the boredom article. I quit after the second screen. Got bored.

– It happens, Derek [30].