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Good sources of Paleo-related research articles?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created March 01, 2010 at 9:30 PM

Where do you get your Paleo-related research articles?

We've put together a section on Paleo for Life dedicated to Paleo-related research. So far the sources are primarily blogs. Where else do you get your research information from?

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on February 18, 2011
at 09:19 PM

Thanks for this - exactly what I've been looking for.

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on June 27, 2010
at 12:33 AM

ah not really, chris doesn't understand a lot of things he posts

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on February 11, 2011
at 12:37 PM

There's a great group on Mendeley for exactly this purpose. Saves you wading through search results in PubMed.

http://www.mendeley.com/groups/643771/paleolithic-diet-research/

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on February 18, 2011
at 09:19 PM

Thanks for this - exactly what I've been looking for.

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on March 01, 2010
at 11:45 PM

The best primary source I know of is PubMed:

http://www.pubmed.com/

However, the more science / technical blogs are great secondary sources.

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on October 05, 2010
at 06:50 PM

A new article in the Journal Nutrition provides a devastating critique of the latest U.S. Dietary Guideliness.

h/t Panu forum

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on March 01, 2010
at 10:28 PM

Conditioning Research is fantastic.

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on June 27, 2010
at 12:33 AM

ah not really, chris doesn't understand a lot of things he posts

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on June 25, 2010
at 05:04 PM

Interesting article on jaw strength as it relates to diet:

"This means that although humans are up there with great apes in their ability to quickly crack open a hard item, such as a large nut, or process less tough foods, such as meat, they may be less well adapted to process tough material, such as leaves or bamboo, which requires sustained chewing over a long period."

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/06/100622095116.htm

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on February 10, 2011
at 10:07 PM

Researchblogging.org except that I don't know of any Paleo bloggers who belong. I really wish they would as a much larger and informed readership is there.

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on September 21, 2011
at 10:24 AM

http://paleoworks.wordpress.com/ a straight talking family orientated Paleo blog

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