Paleo Diet: Thursday Link Love

It used to be Wednesday, and then I skipped a few, so Brian posted a “Sunday Link Love” article, so I think I’m going to break the rules yet again. Here it is, nearly the end of the week, and I’m suffering from that well-known blogger’s block. I really don’t seem to have a whole to say about anything in particular tonight, so I figure that Thursday is as good of a day as any to give you guys some of the interesting linkage from around the internet. A cop-out? Maybe, but you’ll get over it.


First up is Chris Kresser’s latest post on Fiber:


Paul Jaminet, of The Perfect Health Diet posts two follow-ups to his previous “Pork” post:

The Trouble With Pork, Part 2

The Trouble With Pork, Part 3: Pathogens


Mark Sisson discusses:


Chris Masterjohn posts a helpful article about his “Cholesterol 101” podcast episode with Jimmy Moore:


J.Stanton of posts:

Big Brains Require An Explanation, Part III: Optimal Foraging Theory, And Our Story Begins On Two Legs


Kevin Cann posts on the Robb Wolf Blog:

Carb Addiction: Cake is The New Crack


Richard Nikoley of Free The Animal writes:

Let’s Take Down Another Know-Nothing Dietitian/Journalist: Jennifer Motl


Melissa McEwen posts:

What The Bleep Do We Know About Carbs?


Stephan Guyenet

of Whole Health Source posts:

Is Sugar Fattening?


Finally, from Ramblings of a Carnivore, we have:

Death By Mediocrity


Maybe next time I’ll have something interesting to say…..well, we can all hope, can’t we!



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