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News: CBS Philly explains some benefits of a new way to “cow-pool.” An interesting article done on the lengths people go to avoid contact with one another. Keep a watch out for the Mars Rover which will be landing on the red planet August 6 at approximately  1:31 EDT!

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Think those olympic athletes are training in big heeled running shoes? Think again. Dr. Cordain puts out an interesting reader-response post on keeping a Paleo diet in the military. Check it out here. Turns out we aren’t expending too much more energy than our hunter gatherer counterparts. Makes you wonder—what’s with this obesity epidemic? Maybe […]

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Being barefoot is a great thing. But can it be turned into a competition? Yes. Tomatoes aren’t exactly the most flavorful food when eaten alone. But is there a genetic reason for this lack of taste? We now know the answer is yes. High fat foods that can help you lose weight? Come on generic […]

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Looks like US Foods, one of the largest food providers for college campuses, is attempting to make some food options more healthy and sustainable at this recent conference. The government recently tried to ban a paleo blogger, stating that “he could not give readers personal advice on diet . . . because doing so constituted […]

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Check out the following articles that Max and I found over the past week and thought we should share with you: Gary Taubes puts out a great article in the New York Times about the recent “a calorie is a calorie” study. Check it out. In another great New York Times article, Winnie Hu writes […]

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Check out the following articles that Max and I found over the past week and thought we should share with you: An article from Bloomberg News about how “a diet rich in vegetables, fruits and minimally processed grains that raise blood sugars slowly [can allow] the body to burn about 150 calories more a day than […]

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Check out the following articles that Josh and I found over the past week and thought we should share with you: NPR continues its assessment of the Paleo diet, which started very poorly with this article