Anyone who makes a serious effort to understand the science behind nutrition will understand immediately that news items—most of which simply reprint the press release—are usually pure baloney. In order to learn anything interesting, we require access to the papers themselves.
Unfortunately, that’s not the end of the shenanigans. Abstracts and conclusions often misrepresent [ . . . ]
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(This is a bonus update: this week’s regular feature is The Paleo Identity Crisis: What Is The Paleo Diet, Anyway?.)
Regular readers of gnolls.org will recall my April article about the proposed Serengeti Highway that would cut the last remaining intact African ecosystem in half—and the fundraiser my publisher and I held [ . . . ]
⇒ Continue reading “Saving the Serengeti: Fundraiser Accounting, Letter of Thanks, and We’ve Won A Battle!”
On Friday afternoon, 6/24, I was a guest on the Mike Smyth Show, where I was interviewed for a 20-minute segment on the paleo diet!
I had a great time on the show, and managed to debunk some myths (“No, meat doesn’t rot in your colon“), present the theoretical and practical [ . . . ]
⇒ Continue reading “Interview with J. Stanton on The Mike Smyth Show, CKNW 980 Radio, Vancouver (Updated)”