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Weekend Link Love — Edition 500 (With a Grok Giveaway)

Weekend Link Love — Edition 498

Today marks our 500th Weekend Link Love. It’s a big day. This is our 500th edition of Weekend Link Love. 500 Sundays. And it’s actually a bit more than that—because before WLL became the official name and slot, we did other links posts. There was “Friday Link Love,” and “5 Links You’ll Love!” (talk about setting the bar a little ...

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Don’t Miss the Ancestral Event Of the Year—Paleo f(x) 2018!

Don’t Miss the Ancestral Event Of the Year—Paleo f(x) 2018!

Paleo f(x), my favorite holistic health and fitness event in the world, returns to Austin, TX, April 27-29th! Yup, that’s right around the corner! In case you missed it the last 6 years, Paleo f(x) is the ultimate Who’s Who gathering of the ancestral health movement—as well as the best Primal party you’ll ever go to hands down. I’ll be ...

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8 Recommendations: Insights and Trends in Ancestral Health Documentaries

8 Recommendations: Insights and Trends in Ancestral Health Documentaries

Most people learn about ancestral health through books and blogs, which makes sense—Primal folks tend to be big readers, and the complexity and depth and constant evolution of the knowledge almost requires the written word for proper transmission. But a well-produced, beautiful film with great content has a unique effect on viewers. The combination of video and audio are more convincing ...

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Weekend Link Love — Edition 498

Weekend Link Love — Edition 498

Research of the Week Two years of 15% calorie restriction slowed metabolism and reduced oxidative stress in older adults. Food allergy linked to nature and nurture. Creating art—even if you aren’t great at it—lowers stress. Chronic nicotinamide riboside supplementation increases NAD+ (an important anti-aging marker) while being well-tolerated. Mindfulness meditation lowers blood pressure via gene expression (if you do it). A five-day ...

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Submit a Comment on the USDA Dietary Guidelines

Submit a Comment on the USDA Dietary Guidelines

Change is in the air. As the rest of the country engages in the same old partisan bickering about how best to rearrange the Titanic’s deck chairs, we have a chance to redirect course and avoid the iceberg. The USDA is considering some major changes to its dietary recommendations, and they’ve put out a call for comments from the public—an unprecedented ...

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