Dare you to check out these interesting reads
from the past few weeks...
For a split second, Eggs were found to be as bad as smoking,
but most of us quickly dismissed the hyperbolic headline and
Mark Sisson straightened things out. Laury also gives a clear
explanation of Egg Yolks and Bad Science.
Ever wonder what brain freeze is really about? Carolyn explains.
The Angry Trainer reminds us that weight training IS cardio!
So go do pushups, squats, and lift heavy things.
Alfonso also dares his readers to skip the bread, so I pass it on to you.
Really, just go a week without wheat and see how you feel. Dare you to!
Take a look at this awesome infographic on optimizing health.
Learn everything you ever wanted to know about birth control pills
at Paleo for Women. She explains the what, why, how, benefits, and risks.
Do government regulations on unhealthy items lead to healthier choices?
Marion Nestle points to research that says yes.
A study described in the New York Times found: a modern hunter-gatherer societies do not expend more energy than Western populations (despite a much more active lifestyle), meaning that resolving our obesity problem is not about moving more. It's about altering our diets.
PS: Whole Foods is having a sale on grass-fed beef, today only!
Have a great weekend!
Always love round ups of links. I missed lots of these, so looking forward to some great reads!ReplyDelete
I like how you did this round up! Fun!ReplyDelete
What a great round up of links! I love that they are all nutrition focused! Off to do some reading now : )ReplyDelete
So many great links! The weight training is cardio is a good reminder... I did to separate the two.ReplyDelete
A lot of good reads :) Thanks for doing the round up!ReplyDelete
Great roundup - thanks for all the links! I can't wait to read some of these :-)ReplyDelete
THANK YOU FOR SHARING THIS!ReplyDelete
Awesome links, here. Ah the bread thing. Could I ever do it? Even for a week?ReplyDelete
Definitely need to check out the post on how to beat sugar cravings!ReplyDelete