It’s possible to “prove” just about anything via a blizzard of citations and a few carefully-placed appeals to authority. It’s also easy to become seduced by a plausible and elegant biochemical pathway. Presto: science!
However, when formulating a hypothesis, it’s most important to constrain it by observed reality.
(This is Part II of [ . . . ]
⇒ Continue reading “The Calorie Paradox: Did Four Rice Chex Make America Fat? (Part II of “There Is No Such Thing As A Calorie”)”
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 [ . . . ]
⇒ Continue reading “Interview: J. Stanton on the “Everyday Paleo Life and Fitness” Podcast with Jason Seib”