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Weekend Link Love – Edition 457

RESEARCH OF THE WEEK

Seasonality may have driven [1] the development of agriculture.

Even seated upper body activity suffices to break up sedentary time [2].

Old Japanese women who eat the most protein and high-antioxidant foods are the least frail [3].

Low-carb diets work well at getting type 2 diabetics off their meds, even left to their own devices with only occasional assistance from remote clinicians [4].

CrossFit is no more dangerous—and may even be safer—than comparable types of training [5].

Coffee boosts ketones [6].

Ketones fight gout [7].

NEW PRIMAL BLUEPRINT PODCASTS

Episode #174: Amy Berger [8]: Host Elle Russ chats with Amy Berger, a Certified Nutrition Specialist and Nutritional Therapy Practitioner,  specializing in and practicing low-carb diet therapy for a variety of conditions. She’s also the author of The Alzheimer’s Antidote: Using a Low-Carb, High-Fat Diet to Fight Alzheimer’s Disease, Memory Loss, and Cognitive Decline [9], which she and Elle discuss in depth. Great episode.

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INTERESTING BLOG POSTS

What might have caused the great leaps [14] of technological innovation in the paleolithic?

A different take [15] on work-life balance.

MEDIA, SCHMEDIA

Don’t let your kids “drink [16].”

The Qatari camels break [17] the Saudi blockade.

EVERYTHING ELSE

A nice little refresher: 61 names for sugar [18].

Orcas vs fishermen [19] (guess who’s winning).

Where things fell apart [20].

Skin [21] all the way.

Cats are only barely domesticated [22].

THINGS I’M UP TO AND INTERESTED IN

Podcast I appeared on/contest they’re offering: Wellness Force [23], where I spoke about Primal living in the modern world, the power of intuition, the myth of “good” and “bad” genes, and much more. They’re offering a great chance to win $200 in Primal Kitchen® goodies. 

An article I enjoyed: The one where Gary Taubes skewers the AHA [24].

New development I’m following with great interest: Poop doping for cyclists [25].

Terrible news: Tick-borne meat allergy is spreading [26].

Try not to smile: Gorilla in a kiddie pool dances to “Maniac [27].”

Loving Primal Health Coach Lisa Brown’s story [28]. (Interested in learning more? Check out the free ebook [29], “How to Become a Health Coach.”)

RECIPE CORNER

TIME CAPSULE

One year ago (Jun 25 – Jul 1)

COMMENT OF THE WEEK

I’m a proud member of the seven percent of Americans who get a kick out of messing with the people who make up dumb surveys.

– Ha! You’re probably right, Nick [34].