This Forbes article caught my eye because I have been encountering more and more instances of the issue of poorly-designed observational studies that fail to search for (let alone account for) confounding variables, and then make “recommendations” based upon the … Continue reading →
Two Cool Things I Think You Should Do Today | Mark’s Daily Apple. Two suggestions from Mark Sisson: Join the Ancestral Weight Loss Registry Subscribe to the Human Food Project newsletter
A book review from Chris Kresser… Book Review: Practical Paleo by Diane Sanfilippo. “Diane’s Practical Paleo will be a great resource for everyone interested in improving their health using the principles of an ancestral diet. She does a fantastic job … Continue reading →
The idea that exercise is more important than diet in the fight against obesity has been contradicted by new research. via BBC News – Hunter gatherer clue to obesity.
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FODMAPs: Could common foods be harming your digestive health? Do you have food sensitivities? An elimination/challenge diet can identify problem foods, but only if you know what to eliminate. This article describes a class of foods that had been eluding … Continue reading →
A Paleo Guide To Liver | Paleo Diet Lifestyle.
Comparison with ancestral diets suggests dense acellular carbohydrates.
Is Fructose As Addictive As Alcohol? | GreenMedInfo | Blog entry.
Hyperlipid. “YOU NEED TO GET CALORIES FROM SOMEWHERE, SHOULD IT BE FROM CARBOHYDRATE OR FAT?”