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Popular Study Retracted

In an interesting bit of news, a study from September that made waves for claiming that low-carb diets could cause heart disease has been retracted due to concerns with data

Special Issue! Keto: The definitive guide

Available now! (in stores only) 110+ pages 20 keto recipes $11.99US/$13.99CAN In this special issue, we dig deep into a single important topic: the ketogenic diet. Often confused with Paleo (which

Weedkiller Roundup Found in Kids’ Breakfast Cereals

Whoo boy . . . a new round of tests by the Environmental Working Group found the weedkiller glyphosate, more commonly known as Roundup, in every single breakfast cereal sample

Fermented Dairy Products May Protect Against Heart Attacks, According to New Study

A new study out of Finland has found that men who eat large amounts of fermented dairy products are at lower risk for coronary heart disease than men who eat

The Unintended Consequences of White Noise Machines

In our February/March 2018 issue, we published an article, "The Lost Sounds of Silence," in which Alison Main explored the harm caused by noise pollution from various sources. A review

Chris Kresser to Debate Vegan Doctor Joel Kahn on the Joe Rogan Experience

According to an upcoming-guests listing at JRELibrary.com, Joe Rogan will be hosting a Paleo vs. vegan debate on September 27. Chris Kresser, a good friend of and regular contributor to Paleo

Do Low-Carb Diets Actually Decrease Life Expectancy?

Low-carbohydrate diets have increased in popularity, and there is good evidence to show that they result in short-term weight loss. But there is less data available with respect to their

USDA Announces Investments in Pollinator Health Research

This news is about a month old, but it just came across our radar this week and we thought it worth sharing: The USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture

Gene-Testing Company 23andMe Partnering with “Big Pharma”

Last Wednesday, July 25, genetics-testing company 23andMe announced that they're partnering with pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline. From 23andMe's blog (emphasis mine): I hear regularly from customers that they want to be