An interesting refutation of Gary Taubes’ hypothesis about “why we get fat.” Taubes’ book still makes good reading, but this article clears up some questions that have been hanging out there about whether Taubes’ proposed mechanism for weight gain is … Continue reading →
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.
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?”