Weekend Link Love – Edition 79

The Food & Dining section of the NY Times talks goats, fainting goats. And if you want these goats to live, eat them. That’s right, eat them to save them.

Not to be outdone by Food & Dining, the NY Times Business Section talks docs – documentaries about obesity. And who’s funding the latest fat doc? Why, Glaxo, the makers of the explosive-diarrhea weight loss pill, Alli! No conflict of interest there.

Green Guide created a beef label decoder which shows you just what those little “certified,” “verified,” and “approved” stickers mean. (thanks @ the 8 readers who emailed me the link, and Lifehacker, who found it)

Feasting on Fitness read my reading list and decided to make an addendum with several more great Primal blogs, books, and webstores. I second Kristy’s picks.

Fitness Spotlight recently started their own 30 Day Challenge. They’re already a week in, but it’s not too late to begin. Each day brings a new post with information on transitioning to a healthier lifestyle, plus a specific task to accomplish.

Looking for a Primal comic strip? Sheldon Comics illustrates a love letter to almond butter.

Recipe Corner

Time Capsule

One Year Ago (January 3 – 9)

Comment of the Week

Amen to that! I have recently developed an allergy to mascara and I’m learning to like my face without a lot of makeup (this from a 36 year old former teenage goth queen). I only wear concealer and lipstick most of the time, and I’m seeing beauty in myself that I never saw before simply from not being conditioned to expect the look of makeup.

It’s most definitely a reflection of emotional security and self-love more than anything else. The more wisdom I get under my belt, the less crap I put on my face.

-Emmay from Off-Label Cosmetic Prescriptions


About the Author

Mark Sisson is the founder of Mark’s Daily Apple, godfather to the Primal food and lifestyle movement, and the New York Times bestselling author of The Keto Reset Diet. His latest book is Keto for Life, where he discusses how he combines the keto diet with a Primal lifestyle for optimal health and longevity. Mark is the author of numerous other books as well, including The Primal Blueprint, which was credited with turbocharging the growth of the primal/paleo movement back in 2009. After spending three decades researching and educating folks on why food is the key component to achieving and maintaining optimal wellness, Mark launched Primal Kitchen, a real-food company that creates Primal/paleo, keto, and Whole30-friendly kitchen staples.

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  1. Thank you so much for the meat label decoder! I don’t have direct access to a farm so being able to know exactly what each label means at a grocery/health food store is absolutely essential. Props to LifeHacker.

  2. No such thing as “primal pizza?”

    HA! I beg to differ.

    If, that’s the case, then creativity doesn’t exist either.

    1. Kind of what I was thinking. I’ve made about 5 different versions of primal pizza and even a few that would be considered 100% paleo.

  3. Man, I can’t wait to try that Primal Pizza recipe and the eggs in Marinara recipe. Thank you Mark for posting these links! Also, thanks to Lindsey and Web Smith of CrossFitChron and Food Renegade for coming up with these awesome recipes!

    Steve-O

  4. The info on the meat label decoder was awesome. Thank you so much for that. It will really help me to make both the wisest and most cost effective choices when buying meat now. It can be so confusing as a single mom to want to buy the cleanest and most humane product, but trying to buy all of the other essentials needed to feed two little growing boys. My limited income sometimes dictates what quality I buy, but now I feel like atleast when I am making a choice I have the info that I need to make the best one, before I was so confused.I have found that if you think of buying the more expensive meats (because they are the healthiest) that after a while it is like having a savings amount taken out of your check-you do not miss it and you know that the pay off in the long run is worth it.

  5. Wow, I might try that pizza recipe on my pizza-loving husband some day.

    May I share something I just discovered about raw eggs? If you mix up several yolks (I use four) with some olive oil, seasoning/spices, and a splash of vinegar, it makes a surprisingly delightful salad dressing.

  6. And the bald faced lie of the day award goes to Galaxo!

    “This won’t be a marketing tool at all”

  7. Wow, thank you for the Weekend Link Love, Mark! I am so grateful! Glad you liked my recommendations! I really enjoyed your comprehensive list and hope my readers found some great information.

    I would add that everyone should look into buying a portion of a grassfed cow as local to them as possible. I bought half a cow from Morris Grassfed
    http://www.morrisgrassfed.com/
    in north-central CA and loved it so much and ate it so fast, that I bought another half only a few months later! There is NOTHING like grassfed beef!