Weekly Round Up

2 Apr

A weeks worth of links and info from the “pool of idiots” (we’re really very nice but very human people thank you very much).

Matthew's motto should be "Always Sit Down to a Pretty Plate." Nice work here!

Kids like to get dirty, and it looks like they NEED to get dirty for good health.

This taco shell idea just may be the worst, or best thing ever?

April is Best Your Stress Month – so try some of this for free. 

H. Pylori, ulcers and diabetes.

Julia's lamb burger with feta and zucchini.

Whey protein may not be on the top of many “Paleo” shopping lists, but we discussed the many benefits of both whey and casein in the context of a healthy highly active person’s diet. Also, dairy in and of itself probably won’t “make you fat.”  

Can Talk Therapy benefit Chronic Pain? 

Cooking with Olive Oil doesn’t HAVE to be totally off the table.

Don’t totally freak out…but there are some demonstrated benefits to ingesting your encapsulated placenta.

Beef and green veggies to treat subclinical hypothyroidism.

BPA accumulation in fat is another underlying factor to obesity – when will we just make it illegal already!   Oh wait…the FDA rejected that petition.

Correlation between chocolate consumption and lower BMI (correlation does not equal causation…who cares! Pass the fudge!)

Matthew eats da foodz.

First of a series of how to implement your own workout routine based on your personal goals. Follow the series, its worth it!

Paleo women + body image +fear of judginess = excellent rant.

Speaking of excellent rants, who does it better than Mistress Stumptuous?

This is a VERY odd exercise phenomenon.

Our very own Russ gets picked up by Free the Animal with this guest post.

Getting in tune with out biological clock can be as effective as pharmaceutical avenues.

Buttah!

Raw milk will make you super human! Okay, maybe not, but it does awesome stuff for you glutathione production.

Melissa McEwan’s first in a series on Evolutionary Biology, complete with informative comments from industry experts.

The Honey Guide blog has a menu of John Hawkes lectures posted. Soooo interesting. Don’t miss the one on enamel!

A new FREE paleo links and resources site dedicated to all things free. Submit your free resources today!

Beef and bison stew with a big 'ol marrow bone by Julia.

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