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When it comes to your health, PaleoHacks or NPR?

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Created November 09, 2011 at 4:57 PM

"Early humans ate raw food like tubers, roots, and berries. It took a big gut and a lot of energy to digest that food, and the brain lost out."

http://www.npr.org/blogs/thesalt/2011/11/08/142140379/cooked-meat-is-an-energy-powerhouse-for-better-and-worse?ft=1&f=1001

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on November 09, 2011
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brb feeding granivorous rodents fatty meat and wondering why they gain weight

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on November 09, 2011
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I wonder if it's possible for a scientist to watch a mouse eating a mini-hamburger and not say, "awwwwwwww!"

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on November 09, 2011
at 05:06 PM

This just in: Man lands on moon...also, cooked hamburgers taste better than raw ones and are easier to digest. We will be following these stories closely as they develop.

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on November 09, 2011
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I wonder if it's possible for a scientist to watch a mouse eating a mini-hamburger and not say, "awwwwwwww!"

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on November 09, 2011
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brb feeding granivorous rodents fatty meat and wondering why they gain weight

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on November 09, 2011
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I would trust NPR.org about as much as I would trust George W. Bush or Rick Perry. So...not much at all.

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on November 09, 2011
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Answer: paleohacks

What was the question?

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on November 09, 2011
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Lab mice rule, Dude!

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