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27 Mar

10 New Primal Blueprint Books (Plus a Prize Package Giveaway)

Primal Blueprint Books

As I mentioned back in my New Year’s postPrimal Blueprint Publishing has launched, and my team and I are on a mission to change lives, one book at a time!

Last month, we released Mira and Jayson Calton’s Rich Food, Poor Food, and early reader feedback has been incredibly positive. With ten more books either nearing release or in development and with many of you emailing me asking for details, I thought I’d take a moment to share with you what I have in the pipeline. Whether you’re just starting or are a Primal veteran, I think there’s something here for everyone.

Prize Package Giveaway

I’d love to hear what you think. In the comment board below, let me know which of the ten books below you’re most excited about and why, and tell me your idea(s) for a book you think Primal Blueprint Publishing needs to publish. Do those two things and you’ll be entered to win all eight Primal Blueprint books pictured to the right. The lucky winner will be chosen at random. This contest ends at 11:59 pm, Thursday, Mar. 28. Many thanks to everyone that shares their thoughts and, in so doing, helps me make better books for you.

First up, a look at the books with 2013 release dates:

The Hidden Plague, by Tara Grant. This book is for sufferers of Hidradenitis supprativa, a painful skin condition that is poorly understood by the mainstream medical community and strongly associated with the Standard American Diet. Tara suffered for decades before taking matters into her own hands, modifying her diet, and curing herself. There are an estimated 12 million sufferers of this condition in the USA, with many of them unaware of their condition. Tara provides a field guide to managing and overcoming this disease using evolutionary health principles.

Primal Cravings, by Megan and Brandon Keatley. Well the title says it all here! Welcome back all the comfort foods that you’ve disciplined yourself to avoid in pursuit of Primal/paleo dietary principles. This creative, beautifully photographed book is the work of Brandon and Megan Keatley, Crossfit trainers in South Carolina who have dabbled and experimented and reclaimed some of the most indulgent foods you can imagine as Primal/paleo approved! See for yourself, starting with the delicious burger on the cover!

Paleo Primer. This book from the British couple Keris Marsden and Matt Whitmore sets forth the Primal/paleo living principles in a fun, simple manner, making it a great book to introduce newcomers to the movement. It’s filled with creative and delicious recipes, and memorable, humorous cartoons that capture the essence of Primal/paleo living at a glance.

Upcoming Projects

Here’s a look at some exciting projects in development for 2014 release:

Death by Food Pyramid, by Denise Minger. Denise has done numerous guests posts on MDA (Will Eating Whole Grains Help You Live Longer?, Will Eating Red Meat Kill You?), and has her own avid following at her Raw Food SOS blog. Denise has been hard at work for a great many months now on an exquisitely researched expose on how “Shoddy Science, Sketchy Politics, and Shady Special Interest Groups Have Conspired to Ruin the Health of America”,  and what you can do to avoid succumbing to such bad influences. She absolutely skewers the bestseller The China Study for their flawed data collection and distorted conclusions, and generally goes to great lengths to set the record straight about the flawed conventional wisdom we have been fed our entire lives.

The South Asian Solution, by Dr. Ronesh Sinha. Dr. Ron, an internal medicine specialist in Los Altos, CA, is doing some great stuff in the Bay Area, treating high risk South Asian patients and Silicon Valley employees with unique solutions that respect the evolutionary health model. South Asians, who are mostly Asian Indians, are one of the most insulin resistant ethnic groups on the planet, with rampant diabetes and early heart disease. His approach has successfully engaged and motivated South Asians to improve their health and reduce their risk while still respecting their cultural lifestyle preferences.

Primal Pregnancy, by Michele Blackwell, MD: This respected Ob/Gyn from Webster, Texas provides a detailed manual for a healthy and successfully pregnancy and childbirth, with a focus on integrating modern medical advice while still adhering to Primal living principles. Dr. Michele will cover a wide range of topics, including fertility, successful conception, all the trimesters, a healthy birth, nursing, and recovering your old self by the time the little one’s first steps are taken.

The Primal Prescription. In this hard-hitting expose on America’s dysfunctional health care system, Dr. Doug McGuff, fitness author and emergency physician from Seneca, South Carolina details how we came to spend over 7 trillion dollars per year on health care, yet rank 49th world wide for health outcomes and life expectancy. Dr. McGuff uses the concept of “signal disruption” to demonstrate how top-down controls have created an unholy alliance between the Government, Big Pharma, Big Agra, and Medical providers to create the ultimate “sick care system”. You will see how government intervention allows Big Agra to create the diseases that Big Pharma produces drugs for, so that doctors can “manage” your illness, so that you can stay just well enough to remain addicted to what made you sick in the first place. Having detailed the road to health care serfdom, Doug will show you the way out. By focusing on yourself and applying Primal lifestyle, dietary and exercise principles you will learn how to extract yourself from the belly of the beast, and enjoy the vibrant health that is your birthright.

Primal Woman, by Carrie Sisson. As I hinted at in a recent post, Carrie is shaping a story that touches on subjects of her particular interest and expertise: aging gracefully, dealing with empty nest syndrome, sorting through misinformation about menopause and hormones that women are subjected to, and fine-tuning the Primal living style from a female perspective. Carrie has a degree in Spiritual Psychology and injects a mystical, spiritual element to some of the everyday topics at hand. I can’t wait to read this! (Nope, I’m not even allowed a peek just yet…).

Perfect Balance, a Primal Approach to Overcoming Negativity with Food, Dieting, and Body Image, by Emily Deans, MD. Dr. Deans is a Massachusetts psychiatrist who explores the causes behind out modern obsession with and, for many, dysfunctional relationship with food. By hormonally, psychologically, and metabolically disengaging from processed food dependency, those who struggle with food issues have a better chance to heal from the psychological factors that contribute to their condition. Perfect Balance helps the reader eat and enjoy great, wholesome, natural foods without trending into a neurotic need to adhere to a Primal or paleo-style diet.

Primal Endurance, by Mark Sisson. Yep, I’m going back to my roots, this time to tell enthusiasts who insist on pursuing extreme endurance goals how to do it right! First and foremost is how to “go long” in training and racing without being a carb addict. Yep, it’s possible to be a high-functioning endurance machine when you become truly fat and keto-adapted. This refreshing concept is raising interest in the staid endurance community, as folks like Ben Greenfield, Dr.’s Phinney and Volek in The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Performance, and even the world’s foremost endurance exercise physiologist, Dr. Timothy Noakes of South Africa, are out on the cutting edge spreading the word.

Primal Blueprint Publishing

Author Services

I’ve partnered with my old friend Matthew Bennett to provide support to both aspiring authors who want to bring their dream and their story to life, as well as authors who have their manuscript and want to market and sell it effectively. Matthew is a respected coach and lecturer for authors, and a master of creative marketing methods that identify niche volume buyers for your work. Matthew and I are in development with author support products right now, but we want to hear from you in order to present the services and materials that are of most interest. If you are an aspiring author, or have a manuscript that you wish to sell and promote, please take some time to complete the comment form at this Author Services link.


My team and I are always on the lookout for detailed book proposals or completed manuscripts that promote well being from an evolutionary health perspective. Visit this page for details on how to engage with us about your masterpiece.

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  1. Primal Cravings is top of my list as I am a certified cookbook junkie. I can always find a reason to fit another cookbook in my collection :)
    I am very interested in the endocrine system and finding ways to naturally balance our hormones. I think a book that deals with this subject from a Paleo slant would be wonderful.

    Laurie wrote on March 28th, 2013
  2. I’ll be waiting for my copy of Primal Woman. I’ve had hormonal issues all of my life and have just recently started to see some improvement having recently gone primal. I’m looking forward to the ongoing benefits- but concerned about what my mid-40s and beyond will bring. Seems that just when I’ve started figuring it out, my body is going to change again. I would so like to check out Primal Cravings and Perfect Balance, too!

    Robin wrote on March 28th, 2013
  3. Cheating as 2 books I like the look of. Death by Food Pyramid, we all know about this stuff but it never gets old and it will take decades to shift conventional wisdom. Also Paleo Primer because it is UK authors. I would love to hear form more UK writers particularly with recipes etc. converted to grams and using ingredients and language making them easily accessible.

    My idea would be a book examining studies on eating disorders to ask the question of how much is psychological and how much is misunderstood physiological (using psychological as an excuse)?

    JJ wrote on March 28th, 2013
  4. I have just spent my first 30 days following the Primal Blueprint and I find it absolutely AMAZING! I am 53 years old and have been struggling with low thyroid, fibromyalgia and arthitis in my neck and 30 lb weight gain. I have tried every pain medication and nothing worked accept this amazing program that is so easy to follow that I am excited every day to see the changes in my body and my mind. I have lost 7 lbs and am optimistic for the first time in a long time that I have “The Controls” of my life in my “Own Hands” Pretty friggin empowering….
    Hugs to everyone, you are soooo worth it!

    Pam Saunders wrote on March 28th, 2013
  5. I have recently started training for a half marathon and now that I am +10km per run I really find the primal endurance book would be best for me.
    Also a troubleshooting book would be interesting. What kinds of issues can be associated with certain foods, stresses, lack of, too much of, etc… And to see that the same symptom can stem from a few different things

    Emili wrote on March 28th, 2013
  6. I am most excited about three books:

    Death By Food Pyramid: I have read some of her blog but being a college students and mom I haven’t been able to read as much as I would like. Having her book around during the summer would let me catch up on her argument against the China Study

    Primal Woman: I am a woman, so the reason here is obvious!

    As far as an idea for a new book I think a book about raising primal children and how to switch your kids to primal eating would be great. Its hard to have children eat primally especially when they attend public school. My 5 year old had her first soda recently without me knowing it until she came home and told me!! The principal threw her class a “soda party” without discussing it with the parents! Her teacher is now very aware this should not happen again. I think they didn’t ask because, at least where I am located in East Texas, we are the minority nutrition wise. Everyday our children are offered chocolate milk and juice with their meals. Being a single mother whose child is in head start, she is required to get the lunch tray. But next year in Kindergarten, I will be packing her lunch so any help with her meals and helping her to adjust would be wonderful!

    Lauri wrote on March 28th, 2013
  7. Even though I am not from there, the South Asian Solution seems quite interesting. I am looking forward to reading it.

    Doug60 wrote on March 28th, 2013
  8. perfect balance- after overcoming an eating disorder i struggle to find a healthy balance with my realtionship with food, food rules, and body image.

    primal stress- how to deal with extreme stress in a primal way both nutritional, physical, and mentally. Also steps to take to prevent the over worrying and stressing

    annie s wrote on March 28th, 2013
  9. What a great selection to choose from. I would be interested in reading Perfect Balance. I know too many people who are on the diet roller coaster because of emotional issues and I myself have an addiction to sweets. What I would like to see in the future would be a book about changing routine for a family. How to go from morning to night with replacing snack bars, sweets, pre-packaged food and also incorporating exercise. Guiding parents how to make a change in their busy lifestyle and teaching kids early on how to create good habits.

    sandy wrote on March 28th, 2013
  10. I was most interested in Primal Cravings. Having only been on a paleo/primal diet for just over a month, cravings are still an issue. Not so much bread or pasta, but sweets (and absolute JUNK sweets, like red vines) still drift into my head and tempt me from time-to-time.

    As for what I’d like to see… what about a book about maintaining a paleo/primal diet on the cheap? Since switching from a processed food diet to a healthier lifestyle, my husband and I have both experienced more energy and better health… but our grocery bill has literally doubled from week to week. It’s a little shocking to pay over $350 every week on groceries (and yes, I realize if I shopped somewhere that didn’t specialize in healthy and organic foods, the bill would be less… but it wouldn’t be that much less because I tried that one week and didn’t see a drop of more than $50).

    A book focusing on eating primal/paleo cheaply would be VERY welcome, especially in our current economy.

    Erynne Mitchell wrote on March 28th, 2013
  11. I would love to read Primal Women. I sounds like the book will touch on many subjects important to women as the move through middle life.
    I would also love to see a book written on primal families or primal Mum’s on how to get our “grok on” as a family where life revolves around activities and meals with small children!

    Danielle wrote on March 28th, 2013
  12. I want to read Primal Pregnancy because that’s the stage my wife and I are in. It would be great to give our future kiddos the best grok genes possible!

    I think a great topic would be a dedicated offal cookbook. There are some great ideas and some of the weekend link love has been helpful to this end, but seeing how healthy and nourishing organ meats are, I’d love to see a cookbook dedicated to simple, easy but delicous offal recipes.

    Aaron Blackmor wrote on March 28th, 2013
  13. As a 61 yo woman, I am interested in Primal Woman to help me further understand how to return my body to my pre-menopausal days when I was strong and fit. Until then, I’ll continue repeating Mark’s 21day Total Body Transformation.

    Mimi wrote on March 28th, 2013
  14. Primal cravings sounds intriguing. I’m interested to see whether primal purists will see this as a gimmick or as shameless pandering. Can you really have your cake and eat it? Or, more to the point, if your diet and lifestyle are truly in balance, should you want to?

    Once your liver is healed from the onslaught of years of consuming processed foods, and your metabolism has been restored as a result of consistently adhering to proper nutritional principles, what possible cravings could you be experiencing?

    I’m curious as to other people’s opinions of this issue. Perhaps I am being unduly harsh or exacting in my expectations of primal food and what it can do for our health. Please let me know.

    Dane wrote on March 28th, 2013
  15. Primal endurance for sure, but they all sound interesting!! In fact, my request was going to be for a primal for endurance athletes before I got to the one! Looking forward to it!

    Kelly wrote on March 28th, 2013
  16. As a beginner, all of these books are of extreme interest to me. I really appreciate that you are not just concerned with one part of healthy living. Your attention to all areas of my healthy lifestyle and the ability to taylor it to my specific needs, offers me a unique opportunity.

    Barry Taul wrote on March 28th, 2013
  17. Primal Endurance! Heading out into the mountains for hours on foot or bike is fun, and primal fueling information for endurance is hard to come by.

    Thomas Collier wrote on March 28th, 2013
  18. Hello! I’m looking forward to The Hidden Plague. My freshman year in college, I developed a lump under my arm – (my first abscess of many to come). I had no clue what it was, suffered in pain for about 4 or 5 days before seeing the campus doctor. By senior year, a doctor diagnosed me with Hidradenitis supprativa and suggested surgery. I decided to wait it out until I was home from college – and continued to wait as I searched for my first job, moved away from my family, etc. Meanwhile, I took on a much healthier lifestyle, lost about 20 pounds, and never experienced another abscess again. I haven’t read up on the subject and would like to learn more to see if it was a misdiagnosis or something I still need to be mindful of.

    A book suggestion I would like to see would follow your “average joe” as they try to make the drastic change to the paleo lifestyle. As someone who is going through something similar (I’m trying out wheat belly now and blogging about it), I am just looking for someone I can identify with and see how they handle any missteps, or how they operate in our cookie-loving culture.

    Nicole wrote on March 28th, 2013
  19. Like a number of other commenters, I am interested in Primal Pregnancy since I feel that this is a crucially important issue, and now more than ever before. The vegetarian fad is being heavily promoted as the healthiest possible lifestyle choice. Prospective parents are being systematically lied to and virtually blackmailed into thinking that vegetarianism is a sure way to produce healthy offspring.

    This is a scandalous deception. The number of cases of “failure to thrive” among infants of vegetarian and vegan parents is unacceptably high. I have personal experience of a couple I know rearing a child as a vegetarian. The baby became desperately sick and only began to recover when it was fed animal fats as a last resort. Sadly, some of the damage incurred by this imposed lifestyle choice has proved irreversible.

    This book doesn’t sound like some crusading manifesto, and I wouldn’t expect that. But I hope, at least, that it can provide a realistic perspective as to what constitutes an appropriate and sustainable diet for a developing child.

    Dane Thorsen wrote on March 28th, 2013
  20. Many of the books sound great but I am most intrigued by Primal Cravings. I love comfort food and would love to know how to make it primal-approved. I would also love to see a book geared toward the total beginner (because that’s what I am). A book for someone who has absolutely no exercise experience and has not had luck with sticking to a diet would be great! I would love to win these books to help me in my journey.

    Christie wrote on March 28th, 2013
  21. I would like Perfect Balance.
    How about a mixed book of motivational quotes, simple recipes, facts about good health, people’s real stories.

    Sarah from WI wrote on March 28th, 2013
  22. Looking forward to the primal cravings book. I would love to see a book that shows how to eat primal while traveling.

    Mark wrote on March 28th, 2013
  23. “Perfect Balance” really strikes a chord with me. As a middle age women, 43, and personal paleo chef I’m actually one of the rare women who has not had issues with food or body image. However, in my cooking practice I have spoken with dozens and dozens of women of all ages but, particularly in their 40’s and 50’s, who have struggled for years with body image and weight issues and are now dealing with the onset of health issues because they’ve always been afraid of fat, have had unhealthy perception of how they’re supposed to look and, of course, blame themselves for where they are now. This seems to be an epidemic condition for women in our country. I do have a slight issue with the word “Perfect” though. Something like “Real” or “Achieve” or “Ancestral” is more appealing albeit not quite as sexy.

    So, what other market needs to better served? Teens! This is where imbalance gets it’s foot hold. Skewed perceptions of self, fear of fat, unhealthy eating, inability to cope with insecurity and fear in healthy ways, are often grossly exaggerated among teens, especially girls.

    A personal example; a local high school girl’s swim coach contacted me about speaking with his team about diet out of concern that they’re not eating well or enough. This is very alarming, particularly for young competitive athletes. Worried about their bodies and believing the low-fat propaganda, he’s seeing some of them struggle to keep up with their training.

    Emily wrote on March 28th, 2013
  24. “Primal Endurance” has me excited! Having just started marathon running I’m already looking beyond that to ultra’s in a year or so.

    I already own the Primal Blueprint Cookbook and am interested in any and all other recipe/eating books following :)

    Ken Ludt wrote on March 28th, 2013
  25. I would be most interested in the Primal Pregnancy. My first pregnancy I strayed from the primal life and ate everything. My next pregnancy I want to stick to the primal/paleo way of life. There are a few other books that I am quite interested in as well. Such as Primal Women.

    Christine wrote on March 28th, 2013
  26. I’m looking forward to Primal Woman! We’ve heard Mark’s take on it (and I have so appreciated the work and research he continues to do!), but now let’s hear how Grok’s missus handles the cleaning of the cave, taking care of the kids and LGN (looking good naked) while keeping herself balanced and happy! (Does she get a name? Grita, perhaps?) Hah…
    As a single mother with a child who lives between homes (one is a Primal home, one is most definitely not), I would love to see a book developed for kids that presents the Primal way of eating and living on their level, with some fun ideas for food they can create, and more ways to encourage the family unit (whatever it’s made up of) being outside and getting dirty together!

    Summer wrote on March 28th, 2013
  27. “Primal Cravings” sounds like the book I have been waiting for some time now. I have been following the Primal Diet for some weeks, but I still have cravings for chocolate and other sugary no-nos.

    As for what other book topics I would be interested in, I’d love to read about Primal family living. Being a mom of two wonderful kids and wife of a wonderful hubby, it is not always easy to follow a Primal way of life, when kids want their pasta and hubby works late preventing me from working out outside (because I got to stay in the house when the kids are sleeping). How do others cope with a Primal way of life and everyday chores, kids, work, marriage, …?

    Katrin wrote on March 28th, 2013
  28. I am most excited about Primal Blueprint Quick and Easy meals because I work long hours that are sporadic, which make cooking very hard due to lack of time and busy schedule. Plus, I’m so tired when I get home from work, making cooking a lot less appealing since it takes so long. However, with this new primal cookbook, I will be able to make quick,easy, fast, and healthy meals at hone without falling off my eating plan and way of lifestyle that I’m trying to commit too.

    Summer wrote on March 28th, 2013
  29. First choice -Death bt Food Pyramid: we “believe” our food is safe but have been blind to reality…looks like an interesting and eye opening read.
    Second choice – Primal Woman: I am woman and of menopausal age…enough said.

    ALL look interesting though.

    Grasiee wrote on March 28th, 2013
  30. I’m excited for many of these books, but mostly so for “Death By Food Pyramid.” The biggest challenge I have with patients is not convincing them that primal is good, it’s convincing them that what they’ve always thought of as healthy is not as healthy as they think, and in fact contributes to their health problems and the overall rise in chronic health conditions in the US and countries that have been influenced by the SAD. “The Primal Prescription” is probably tied with “Death By Food Pyramid” as my top choice.

    As far as a new book is concerned, I’ve been wanting to see something that corrects a lot of the bad dietary information currently prescribed to people with Bowel Disorders like IBS, Crohn’s Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, Diverticulitis, and others. I have it in mind to write it someday…

    Joshua Moninger, ND wrote on March 28th, 2013
  31. ‘Primal Cravings’ sounds good to me, after all – who doesn’t like a little primal indulgence once in a while?

    Even though I know it goes against the grain, I’d love to see a book on Primal adaptations for endurance-athletes. It’s tough to find the right nutrition when I’m off the bike, let alone on the bike – what are some good options for on-the-bike Primal fuel? What are ways you can maximize recovery with being as Primal as possible? How can I use primal to my advantage during periodization? And what if I’m a sprinter?

    Many more questions I have, but you get the idea. Thanks Mark.

    frenchman_alan wrote on March 28th, 2013
  32. Wow!! So exciting!

    I think I’m most looking forward to Primal Pregnancy as well. Approaching those years very soon and one of my main motivations for going primal is to prepare my body to be the strongest, healthiest possible starting place for new life!

    For new topics… I would really love a book about the emotional/spiritual reasons for why we may resist losing weight or being healthy. I love the book “A Course in Weight Loss” by Marianne Williamson, but would also love to see something in that area but with a primal approach, because in my experience cravings, body image, relationship to eating fats, definition of ‘good’ and ‘healthy’ all change once going primal.

    Thanks so much for all these great new resources!

    Elham wrote on March 28th, 2013
    • Oh, and another idea… we need a book about building Primal Community!

      Those carbo-laden potlucks are killer, but I still want to hang out with my friends!

      Elham wrote on March 28th, 2013
    • The thought of a woman making such preparations for motherhood, well in advance of the decision to start a family, is truly inspiring. Apparently, the next generation is in good hands after all.

      Dane wrote on March 28th, 2013
  33. I have a tie between “Primal Endurance” and “Perfect Balance”. They are both going on my list! As a pediatrician in a poorer area, I would love to see a primal book geared to low-income families, set at a basic level of understanding to help guide them to a better lifestyle.

    Keegan wrote on March 28th, 2013
  34. Oh wow, I cannot wait for Primal Woman! I am heading towards my 40s and finally made a commitment to myself for better health, wellness, and spirituality, that book is now going on my buy list! I would also love to get Primal Pregnancy for my daughter, as she is in her first trimester, first child, and I don’t want her to end up caring for everyone but herself like I did.

    As for future book ideas are concerned, I would probably say that a book for teens would be great. With all of the crazy hormones and peer pressure, maybe a book written just for them would empower and motivate them about healthy living, because the health classes at public schools sure aren’t teaching it!

    Amber wrote on March 28th, 2013
  35. I am eager to read Death By Food Pyramid. I am a food policy/public health nerd, so this will be right up my alley. I think a book on family life- primal parenting, primal family life would be great. How to get kids outside and moving around, recipes that even the pickiest kid would love, starting primal traditions. I would love to have that book on hand.

    Nicole Johns wrote on March 28th, 2013
  36. Great line up for the coming season. I would like to see a book on women’s physiology as it relates to paleo. Carrie may be covering this. I am finding in my own journey that the subtleties of my paleo experience are complicated and not well covered by general principles. I would also like to see a book on Yoga and Primal living. In fact, I might be a an ideal person to write it! I am finding, here too, that the subtleties of yoga and the primal lifestyle are complex and need further investigation. And finally, a booklet that leads women (particularly peri/menopausal women) from being unable to do a pull up or push up to success. Good luck!

    Jennifer wrote on March 28th, 2013
  37. I would love to win these books. Primal blance is very interesting to me. I know I have a emotional issue with “comfort foods”. I am on a see saw. It has gotten a lot better but I still have work to do.

    Thank you

    Reinna A wrote on March 28th, 2013
  38. I am most interested in Primal Woman.

    A book that offers primal solutions, dietary and otherwise, for common neurological conditions zould probably be well received. Covering conditions like depression, anxiety, and ADHD in thorough medical detail and offering helpful solutions might be a nice change of pace from the ‘medicate everything’ mentality and might enable some people to reduce their use of meds.

    Susanne wrote on March 28th, 2013
  39. I am torn: Primal Pregnancy or Primal Endurance. I am trying to run long distances without logging long distances, so far successfully. Now that my husband found a certain zen in distance running, I want to keep fueling that.

    Then again, Primal Pregnancy totally speaks to the dilemma of being primal in a modern world. My husband and I both want to do a fully primal pregnancy when we get there, but it would be so nice for done guidance in the modern medical area. Not everything old or primal is necessarily better!

    So, thinking about it, my vote goes to Primal Pregnancy. Immediately followed by a raising primal kids book! And a hormonal health book that covers all aspects of issues like PCOS, menopause, birth control, etc. Maybe Carrie’s book covers some of that?

    Deanna wrote on March 28th, 2013
  40. I’d most like to read The Primal Prescription. A book about the effect of diet on the brain (addiction, anxiety, learning) would be interesting.

    Jean wrote on March 28th, 2013

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