NPR: Eating More — Or Less — Of 10 Foods May Cut Risk Of Early Death

Your food choices may say poorly done studies and MSM exclamations of exploding relative risk.


The New York Times: Why Everything We Know About Salt May Be Wrong

A long, but excellent article by NYT fitness writer Gina Kolata (a serious strength training enthusiast, by the way), which contains a rare admission of relative ignorance from academic clinicians (see quote below): that they and their preening, condescending colleagues…

Achieve results by pursuing quality in all things

Never underestimate the fitness industry's vast reservoir of bullshit. Pursue quality in all things, not quantity. To wit: if you pursue quality above all other characteristics, you are far less likely to be disappointed than if you chase speedy, inexpensive,…