Possible candidates: Melissa McEwen: Sharp as a whip, not afraid to tussle. Strategic use of monkey pictures. Representative posts: "Uses and misuses of evolutionary biology 2" and "I have diabetes". Jack Kruse: Complex thinker. May be writing... (more)
I have been thinking a lot lately about the fast paced world we are living in. Is it healthy? These days I can't handle waiting for a new web page to load up on my computer. I can't read a book without becoming impatient and bored/tired. My... (more)
Just heard of the movie Quest for Fire and it got me thinking, there must be a few kickass movies out there about primitive or paleolithic life. Any favorite action-adventure type movies? (more)
Football is back, the coconut oil is solid, the nights are chilly, and I have to wear jeans again (grrr)- FALL IS HERE! What Fall meals are you the most excited to conjur up in your kitchen? Include baked goods! I have an itch for anything... (more)
The obvious is "Fat Head Movie" http://www.fathead-movie.com/ is a good one to deliver a Paleo message to folks without much buy in on their part. A new PBS show coming out looks promising "Good... (more)
When I sell people on paleo, I start from the very beginning: the Paleolithic. Thus, I think the best movie is National Geographic's "The Human Family Tree." It's about an hour long, narrated by Kevin Bacon, and spends that hour connecting the... (more)
My day revolves around being entertained either by the internet or television. I would really like to cut them out, but it's so hard! What are your thoughts?
I'm reminded of the old saying "The difference between pharmacology and toxicology is Dosage." Enjoy your entertainment - nothing wrong with that. Just make sure you're not consumed by it.
Fun article about fermented foods in the Arctic circle
Who wants to do Whole30 with me?
Paleo and Body Type Theory?