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Posted: 10th March 2012 by tyler in top reads, Uncategorized

  My Thoughts On Juicing¬†– Brian St. Pierre talks about pros and cons of juicing, and I agree. Palatability, Satiety, and Calorie Intake – Stephan Guyenet The High Price of Antibiotic Use – Chris Kresser on why you should avoid antibiotics unless¬†absolutely¬†necessary. Researchers are now finding out that one course of antibiotics can permanently change […]

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Another good infographic, this time on barefoot running. The human foot is the result of hundreds of thousands of years of evolution and shoe technology is not going to improve upon it that much… more likely it interferes with proper foot function. That being said, humans didn’t traditionally run on concrete or other very hard […]

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Finally. Today a report from the recent American Dietetic Association (ADA) conference was released with several experts reporting that replacing saturated fat with carbohydrates in the diet probably increases heart disease risk. Maybe this will be the straw that breaks the camel’s back…  Here’s the report- thanks to Jamie at Primal Muse for pointing this […]

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Cognitive dissonance in government institutions

Posted: 12th November 2010 by tyler in Uncategorized
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The System.Jamie Scott runs a great blog called Primal Muse and writes articles on evolutionary medicine and nutrition. In this post, he displays a correspondence between himself and “Dr Doug Lush – Principle Advisor on Human Health and having held previous positions with the Ministry of Health and the New Zealand Heart Foundation”. Cognitive Dissonance.The exchange is about […]

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