Now that AHS12 is behind me and I only have a move to another state in front of me, I thought it’d be a good time to bring it back ;).
If you’re not familiar with it, it’s a collection of links I didn’t have time to blog but found interesting enough to save or tweet.
- You Are What You Eat — Resources related to a meeting held at Harvard in March 2011 on the history of dietetics and the science of nutrition.
- Leda Cosmides & John Tooby’s Evolutionary Psychology: A Primer — An overview of this husband and wife team’s views about this field of psychology that uses a natural selection lens.
- Evolution in Four Dimensions — A video lecture from Eva Jablonka positing that there are four “dimensions” in evolution: genetic, epigenetic, behavioral, and symbolic.
- The Really Healthy Diet — GAPS diet founder Natasha Campbell-McBride talks about the importance of a nutrient-dense real foods diet.
- Old Stone Age Diet Depended On Latitude — Implications for a paleo diabetic diet based on a review from a University of Liverpool paper (PDF).
- Miki Ben-Dor’s How varied could past Paleo diets have been and does it really matter? — Argues that the variability of the diet during the paleolithic is largely irrelevant to the paleo diet as practiced today.
- My Paleo Media Diet — Think paleo is just about food? Think again! See also: Man does not live by food alone
- Yoni Freedhoff in US News: Sensational Nutrition Headlines: Ignore Them — A great read on why it’s wise to take any media report on nutrition with a huge grain of salt.
- Harvard School of Public Health’s The Best Diet? One You Can Follow — It’s about compliance!
- If You Eat Excess Protein, Does It Turn Into Excess Glucose? — Lucas Tafor makes the claim that eating extra protein doesn’t raise glucose.