Links (Updated March 17, 2017)

Updated March 17, 2017

The Ancestral Health Society – The Ancestral Health Society is a community of scientists, healthcare professionals, and laypersons who collaborate to understand health challenges from an evolutionary perspective.

Blood Code – Articles and explanations about blood tests and wellness.

Caveman Doctor – Colin E. Champ, MD’s blog about applying simple logic to complex medical issues.

The Charlie Foundation – Information about new applications of the ketogenic diet for cancer, autism, ALS, Parkinson’s Disease, type-2 diabetes, and traumatic brain injury.

Diagnosis: Diet – Blog of Georgia Ede, MD.  After discovering a new way of eating she began a quest to understand why the unorthodox diet that restored her health is so different from the diet we are taught is healthy.

The Eating Academy – The personal blog of Peter Attia, M.D. – “If you are interested in losing weight, reducing your risk of chronic disease (heart disease, cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, and many others), and improving your performance (physically and mentally), I think you’ll find my journey interesting and informative, if not outright provocative.”

Intensive Dietary Management  – The blog of  Jason Fung, MD.  My inspiration!

Heads Up Health Blog – Blog for the company who developed the app for organizing health data

Health Correlator – This blog is about statistics, evolution, nutrition, lifestyle, and health issues. A combination of these issues. The focus is on quantitative research and how it can be applied in practice. But you may see other types of posts here (e.g., recipes, ideas, concepts, theories) from time to time.

Know Your Fats – A plethora of information on dietary fats.  Essential reading.

Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Blog – This blog provides services such as information on weight loss, low-carb, health, and nutritional information.

Mark’s Daily Apple – A blog that inspires people to take responsibility for their health and fitness (often in the face of flawed conventional wisdom that can lead even the best-intentioned astray).

Primal Potential – blog and podcasts from Elizabeth Benton – There are 2 things that are SUPER important as we get started towards your sustainable fat loss lifestyle:
1. Learning how to pay attention to what works best for YOUR body and 2. Implementing the most effective strategies (and not wasting time with ineffective ones!)

Quantified Bob – Follow one guy’s quest for self knowledge, betterment, and optimization through experimentation and personal analytics. He provide information about self-tracking, biohacking, n=1 experiments, and Quantified Self tools and resources.  This fellow makes me look like I am still using an abacus!

 

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