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Weekend Link Love — Edition 472

Research of the Week

Women who exercise before breakfast burn more fat [1] throughout the day.

Whole eggs beat egg whites for gains [2].

Taking alpha-linolenic acid (ALA, an omega-3 fatty acid found in flax and canola oil) prevents [3] exercise-induced metabolic improvements in obese rats.

LSD promotes [4] freudian slips.

Vitamin K2 supplementation may support [5] weight loss.

Both gluten/casein-free diets and modified Atkins keto diets improve autistic symptoms in children [6].

A low meat intake during pregnancy may increase [7] the offspring’s risk of substance abuse.

New Primal Blueprint Podcasts

Episode 189: Mark Sisson [8]: Elle Russ and I chat about my new book, the Keto Reset Diet [9].

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

Big Data is making baseball a big bore [12].

Dogs and carbs shouldn’t mix [13].

Media, Schmedia

The stone tools that weren’t [14].

As KFC expands across Ghana, so do the inhabitants’ waistlines [15].

Everything Else

Tattoos that monitor your blood glucose [16].

Three Americans just received [17] the Nobel Prize in Physiology for their work on circadian clock responses to light and darkness.

Tim Noakes on why you should eat more meat to save the environment [18].

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

Thrills of my week: Being on Good Morning America [19] to share about The Keto Reset Diet and watching it hit #1 on Amazon [20]. I am humbled and so grateful for the support of this community, which has been an incredible seedbed for this—and all my Primal projects.

Interview I enjoyed: The one I did with Chris Armstrong at Re-Find Health [21] about what and where I eat.

Stat I found alarming: Only 1 in 10 [22] Americans loves to cook.

I’ve never seen a study retracted for this reason: The co-authors couldn’t agree [23] on whose name would go first.

I think the man in this video exaggerates the technique but the point is well-made: How people walked before hard-soled shoes hit the scene [24].

Phenomenon I find fascinating: When the Silicon Valley engineers who helped create the “attention economy” fear [25] they’ve set us on course for a smartphone dystopia. 

Recipe Corner

Time Capsule

One year ago (Oct 8 – Oct 14)

Comment of the Week

I’m all for learning but I would never eat a broad. Or a gent. Bugs yes, people no. Sorry, Mark, that’s where I draw the line with meat.

– You’re missing out, TomB-D [30] (is that Tom Bombadil?).