Here’s a sampling of just a few of the things we’ve discussed in the HBP group this week, oh yeah, plus some food porn:
Matthew says, “I don’t have a problem with any of these foods and its great to make tasty gluten free stuff if people want it. It just doesn’t have anything much to do with how our ancestors ate and is probably quite capable of tripping out your food reward circuits,” in reference to this post.
Use your slow cooker to combat chronic pain!
Elizabeth shares the fact that 110 new fake meat products were introduced in 2010/11.
Mash wants to start a barefoot running program. We gathered some great tips and fails: start slowly, consider minimalist runners instead of going fully bare and run on just grass or sand first.
The New York Times hosted an essay contest titled, “Tell Us Why it’s Ethical to eat Meat.” Our rants are just too long to post here, but rest assured, we tossed this one about.
Matthew shares this novel therapy, CLA for Crohn’s disease.
Mal shares this Suppversity article that delves into some of the possible mechanisms for why gastric bypass surgery has such powerful metabolic effects, and how you can perhaps mimic these results through diet, (hint…GLP-1).
Lucas shares some interesting findings about the effects of music on the brain.
A new blog with but one post, but a good read: The Leptin Marketing Miracle.
Dr. BG talks about the effect that pesticides has on our mitochondria, which we should ALL know by now are those little energy producing organelles.
Giulia shares the four things you should never buy at Costco. Bad news folks, shrimp tops the list.
JuBa has a new web presence that she launched this week.
Russ composed a great post right here on this blog about the difference between “being” Paleo and eating Paleo.
Devika shares some good news regarding red meat and depression.
This Friday, March 30th is our group’s deadline for submitting our first HBP Iron Chef Paleo Challenge. This round we must use egg, kale, mushrooms, onions and a tuber. No more than three unpowered kitchen gadgets and no more than three seasonings. Future rounds to be announced via our facebook page and here. Be on the lookout because we are looking for submissions from outside of the group!