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My AHS 2013 Bibliography Is Online (and, Why You Should Buy An Exercise Physiology Textbook)

First, for those who haven’t seen it already (it’s been online for about a week), the bibliography of my 2013 AHS presentation “What Is Metabolic Flexibility, and Why Is It Important?” can be found here. I’ll post the video as soon as it’s made available.

Not An AHS 2013 Recap

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Interview: J. Stanton on the “Everyday Paleo Life and Fitness” Podcast with Jason Seib

I recently recorded a podcast with Jason Seib of Everyday Paleo Life and Fitness and Clackamas Physical Conditioning…and it’s just been posted today! For those who have already listened to my other interviews, this one covers a completely different range of topics—including how I got started with paleonutrition, my philosophy of research and [ . . . ]

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Interview: J. Stanton on Beverly Meyer’s Podcast “Primal Diet, Modern Health”

It’s been some time since I’ve given any interviews…so when Beverly Meyer asked me to record an episode of her mostly-weekly podcast “Primal Diet, Modern Health”, I decided to go for it! In doing so, I join a long list of distinguished guests, including Sarah Fragoso, Tom Naughton, Diane Sanfilippo, Jason Seib, Lierre [ . . . ]

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