The Primal Blueprint Is For Life!

This post was originally published on this site It’s Monday, everyone! And that means another Primal Blueprint Real Life Story from a Mark’s Daily Apple reader. If you have your own success story and would like to share it with me and the Mark’s Daily Apple community please contact me here. I’ll continue to publish … Read moreThe Primal Blueprint Is For Life!

Loren Cordain, Ph.D.

This post was originally published on this siteElle Russ chats with Dr. Loren Cordain – the world’s foremost authority on the evolutionary basis of diet and disease. Featured on Dateline NBC, the front page of the Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times, Dr. Loren Cordain is widely acknowledged as one of the world’s leading experts on … Read moreLoren Cordain, Ph.D.

Top 12 Keto Blogs

This post was originally published on this siteWith the explosion of keto, there’s an ever growing constant stream of new information about the significant benefits, supposed risks, and varying “rules” for how to adopt a keto diet. As with most things, it’s easy to get sucked into information overload. (And that doesn’t even take into … Read moreTop 12 Keto Blogs

Keto: Discipline, Structure, Accountability, and Social Influences

Host Brad Kearns gets personal discussing his varying commitment to keto and how loosening the purse strings here and there can become a slippery slope. When you relax standards like limiting food intake to a compressed eating window or allowing occasional indulgences for non-keto foods like popcorn, will power and decision fatigue enter back into … Read moreKeto: Discipline, Structure, Accountability, and Social Influences

The Definitive Guide To What Breaks a Fast

This post was originally published on this siteOne of the most common questions I get is “Does [x] break a fast?” What they’re really inquiring about is: “Does this interfere with, negate, or nullify the benefits of fasting?” These benefits include: Ketosis: Fasting is the quickest way to get into ketosis, an metabolic state characterized … Read moreThe Definitive Guide To What Breaks a Fast

Dear Mark: Antibiotic Recovery, Sprinting on Keto, Preparing for Bad Sleep

For today’s edition of Dear Mark, I’m answering three questions. First up, what can a person do to help their gut recover its barrier function after too many antibiotics? Are there any foods, supplements, or dietary strategies? Second, what can explain rapid fatigue during sprint sessions on a keto diet? Is this simply part of … Read moreDear Mark: Antibiotic Recovery, Sprinting on Keto, Preparing for Bad Sleep

I Saw the Extra Weight I’d Carried My Whole Life Slip Away

It’s Monday, everyone! And that means another Primal Blueprint Real Life Story from a Mark’s Daily Apple reader. If you have your own success story and would like to share it with me and the Mark’s Daily Apple community please contact me here. I’ll continue to publish these each Monday as long as they keep … Read moreI Saw the Extra Weight I’d Carried My Whole Life Slip Away

Weekly Link Love — Edition 22

This post was originally published on this site Research of the Week GMO soybean oil (made to have less PUFA and more MUFA) causes less obesity than conventional soybean oil 12 weeks of keto improve cognitive function, eating behavior, physical performance, and metabolic health in obese people. Older adults are still capable of growing new … Read moreWeekly Link Love — Edition 22

Don’t Miss the Ancestral Event Of the Year—Paleo f(x) 2019!

Paleo f(x), my favorite holistic health and fitness event in the world, returns to Austin, TX, April 26-28th! Yup, that’s right around the corner! In case you missed it the last 7 years, Paleo f(x) is the ultimate Who’s Who gathering of the ancestral health movement—as well as the best Primal party you’ll ever go … Read moreDon’t Miss the Ancestral Event Of the Year—Paleo f(x) 2019!

The Definitive Guide To Autophagy (and 7 Ways To Induce It)

This post was originally published on this siteBiological systems are self-maintaining. They have to be. We don’t have maintenance workers, mechanics, troubleshooters that can “take a look inside” and make sure everything’s running smoothly. Doctors perform a kind of biological maintenance, but even they are working blind from the outside. No, for life to sustain … Read moreThe Definitive Guide To Autophagy (and 7 Ways To Induce It)

Dear Mark: Exercise-Induced Asthma, CBD for Diabetes, Warm-ups In the Morning

For today’s edition of Dear Mark, I’m answering three questions from readers. First, what’s the deal with exercise-induced asthma? Is there anything we can do to lessen its impact and incidence? Second, is CBD oil helpful for diabetics? And finally, do bodyweight exercises always require warm-ups? What about workouts in general—do you need to warm-up … Read moreDear Mark: Exercise-Induced Asthma, CBD for Diabetes, Warm-ups In the Morning

Dr. Robert Glover

Elle Russ chats with author Robert A. Glover Ph.D. about the “Nice Guy Syndrome” and his related book No More Mr. Nice Guy: A Proven Plan for Getting What You Want in Love, Sex and Life.  He is a frequent guest on radio talk shows and has been featured in numerous local and national publications. As a result of his work, Dr. Glover … Read moreDr. Robert Glover

After Six Months I Was In Remission

This post was originally published on this site It’s Monday, everyone! And that means another Primal Blueprint Real Life Story from a Mark’s Daily Apple reader. If you have your own success story and would like to share it with me and the Mark’s Daily Apple community please contact me here. I’ll continue to publish … Read moreAfter Six Months I Was In Remission

Weekly Link Love — Edition 21

This post was originally published on this site Research of the Week “Thermally-abused” (great term) soybean oil promotes breast cancer progression. Big moralizing gods came after the rise of civilizations. Strong weed linked to psychosis. Reindeer brew alcohol in their bodies to deal with cold winters. The link between statins and type 2 diabetes is … Read moreWeekly Link Love — Edition 21

The Real Deal On Keto Body Odor

This post was originally published on this siteI’m continuing my crusade of keto mythbusting. Recently, there was keto crotch, then keto bloat, and today I’m returning to one of the O.G. myths—keto body odor. Yes, it seems detractors of the keto diet are hell-bent on making you think your body will become a stinky, bloated mess … Read moreThe Real Deal On Keto Body Odor

5 Hemp Oil Benefits For Health and Wellness

Have you tried hemp oil? After almost a century of being outlawed, hemp—a form of cannabis with extremely low levels of psychoactive THC—is now legal in the United States. This is big news for people interested in the therapeutic effects of cannabidiol (or CBD) because—while hemp doesn’t contain enough THC, the compound that provides the … Read more5 Hemp Oil Benefits For Health and Wellness

Keto Bloat: Separating Fact from Fiction

Move over, keto crotch. There’s a new fear-mongering anti-keto media blitz forming: keto bloat. According to the “good scientists” of the Kellogg company food lab, an unprecedented number of young people are walking around with bloated guts and colons packed to the brim with impacted fecal matter, and it’s all because they’ve embraced ketogenic diets … Read moreKeto Bloat: Separating Fact from Fiction

Maria Emmerich

Elle Russ chats with Maria Emmerich – a nutritionist who specializes in the ketogenic diet and exercise physiology. She struggled with her health and weight throughout childhood which lead her to become such a passionate nutrition expert. “My goal is to help transform people’s lives and start living again!” Maria specializes in brain neurotransmitters and … Read moreMaria Emmerich

Weekly Link Love—Edition 20

This post was originally published on this site Research of the Week Neolithic Brits hosted massive feasts that drew people and pigs from all over the island. Researchers say they’ve found a cholesterol-lowering drug without the muscle-damaging side effects of statins. Among people with kidney disease, higher oxalate excretion in the urine predicts kidney disease … Read moreWeekly Link Love—Edition 20

Dear Mark: Protein Efficiency in Seniors, Earned Carbs, Hardgainer with Limited Time

For this week’s edition of Dear Mark, I’m answering three questions from readers. First, is the reduced protein efficiency in older adults due to inactivity, or is it something inherent to the aging process, or both? Second, how does a person know if they’ve actually “earned” any carbs? Does everyone on a keto diet earn … Read moreDear Mark: Protein Efficiency in Seniors, Earned Carbs, Hardgainer with Limited Time

Keto: Tippy Wyatt: Author of Asian Keto & Low Carb Cookbook

This post was originally published on this siteHost Brad Kearns talks with the interesting and inspiring Tippy Wyatt, hostess of the popular Tippy Tales YouTube channel and co-author (with her sister Som Allison) of a new keto cookbook. This is a wide-ranging conversation on the topic of lifestyle transformation success and failure, the importance of … Read moreKeto: Tippy Wyatt: Author of Asian Keto & Low Carb Cookbook

What’s the Pegan Diet? (And How Does It Compare To Primal?)

This post was originally published on this siteBecause people don’t have enough diets to choose from already, there’s a new one on the scene: the Pegan diet. Actually it’s not that new—Dr. Mark Hyman started writing about it back in 2014, but it’s gained traction since he published his latest book last year, Food: What … Read moreWhat’s the Pegan Diet? (And How Does It Compare To Primal?)

Low-Carb & Keto Chayote “Apple” Crisp

This post was originally published on this siteChayote squash is having its day in the sun as of late, but it’s been used for centuries in Latin American cooking and baking. The chayote squash (also known as mirliton squash) is a mild-tasting, relatively low carb, and versatile fruit with a good dose of vitamin C. … Read moreLow-Carb & Keto Chayote “Apple” Crisp

Weekly Link Love—Edition 19

Don’t Miss the Deadline! Today (3/8/19) is the last day to enter the success story giveaway! Three prizes in all for three randomly chosen (complete = write-up and photos) submissions: a $200 Primal Kitchen gift certificate for one person and a 5-book Primal library for two additional people. Everyone submitting (at any time) will receive … Read moreWeekly Link Love—Edition 19

My Favorite Way To Play: Ultimate Frisbee Workout (with Video)

I’m a believer in working hard AND playing hard. When we get stuck in patterns of overwork and overstress, we lose the important connection with our creative, intuitive, playful selves. Our work suffers and so does our happiness (which means everything else, like our relationships, will, too). Stuart Brown, one of the world’s leading experts … Read moreMy Favorite Way To Play: Ultimate Frisbee Workout (with Video)

Keto: Q&A With Brad Kearns

Host Brad Kearns tackles some interesting and in-depth questions from listeners. Topics covered include: Frustration with not being able to drop fat despite the devoted effort, visceral fat versus subcutaneous fat, controversy about the health dangers of red meat, strategizing keto for family and for premenopausal conditions, breath or blood meter, timing workouts with timing fasting, and … Read moreKeto: Q&A With Brad Kearns

4 Misunderstandings About Carbs and Stress

The relationship between stress and carbohydrates is confusing, with seemingly contradictory arguments bouncing around the online health sphere. There are those who say high-carb diets cause stress, and that eating more fat and fewer carbs is the solution. There are those who say high-fat diets increase stress and eating carbs ameliorates it. Who’s right? They … Read more4 Misunderstandings About Carbs and Stress