Morning Links

  • The NYT article, Should We All Go Gluten-Free?, goes viral.
  • Clifton Harski, the lead trainer at MovNat, published some exercise videos on his new blog.  Let’s hope he keeps up with the regular posts.
  • The best piece I’ve read on the Penn State debacle, penned by the always sensible Megan McArdle, tries to understand why people cover up bad things.  (Hint:  It doesn’t involve grains, but it does involve evolution.)
  • Gary Taubes did a fantastic interview with Russ Roberts over at EconTalk.   The whole thing is worth a listen.  The last part on confirmation bias is particularly awesome.
  • Scientific American has a feature titled, Food We Eat Might Control Our Genes.  As the plus, the author’s name is A. Hodge.



About Bob Ewing

On twitter @DCBarefootRun. Media guy for libertarian law firm by day, primal/paleo (rocking climbing, BJJ, barefooter) by, well, lunchtime...
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