Marks Daily Apple
Serving up health and fitness insights (daily, of course) with a side of irreverence.
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.

Don’t Forget to Share Your Thoughts Below for a Chance to Win a Primal Blueprint Book Prize Package (See Details Above)

You want comments? We got comments:

Imagine you’re George Clooney. Take a moment to admire your grooming and wit. Okay, now imagine someone walks up to you and asks, “What’s your name?” You say, “I’m George Clooney.” Or maybe you say, “I’m the Clooninator!” You don’t say “I’m George of George Clooney Sells Movies Blog” and you certainly don’t say, “I’m Clooney Weight Loss Plan”. So while spam is technically meat, it ain’t anywhere near Primal. Please nickname yourself something your friends would call you.

  1. I would be very interested in ‘Perfect Balance’. I think this would be a good read to help us be able to find a common ground for those close to us that aren’t as eager to jump onto the primal bandwagon. I have been reading MDA for over two years now, and maintain about a 60 – 40 ratio. I keep telling myself one day I will dive in deeper and further clean up my eating. At work I keep my primal beliefs to myself. The other day a woman I work with came in talking about how annoying these trend diets are, how someone she knits with is into the fad diet ‘paleo’ and very sarcastically starting talking about eating like a caveman. It made me very sad because I believe this woman could greatly benifit from the primal way of eating, physically and emotionally. Therefore a book speaking of balance rids the feeling of ‘fad’ and allows there to be a conversation of common ground.

    I would also be interested in ‘The Hidden Plague’. I believe I have a mild case of Hidradenitis supprativa and just dismissed it as an irritation. It would be interesting to find out more about it and how to prevent it before it gets any worse.

    How about a primal children’s book? Or a few? One could be about playing in the great outdoors (climbing trees, building forts, planting seeds) Another could be each page has different colorful fruits and vegetables and their names? Maybe even a touch and feel? I remember watching Jamie Oliver ask a class of ten year olds what different vegetables are (we are talking basic – onions, potatoes) and no one knew what they were. I am sure these children weren’t kids of the MDA crew, but think how unobtrusive it would be to buy your neices and nephews these books? And yet you are sowing a primal seed :)

    Chris Valdez wrote on March 28th, 2013
  2. Definitely most excited for Paleo Primer. Everyone tells me going Primal sounds good, but they think it’s too hard. I’d be glad to show all my college friends how easy it is for college students to go and stay primal. As far as a future book goes, I think a book over all the simple primal exercises would be awesome, with easy but in depth reasons over why they work so well for our bodies.

    Nick wrote on March 28th, 2013
  3. I am most excited about two of the above. The Paleo Primer because, after about 2 years of considering going paleo, I finally have but I’m having a bit of trouble just knowing what to eat and preparing it. I also have a wife and three young children that are NOT eating paleo, so it is tricky. I think Paleo Primer sounds like it would help me.
    I think a close second would be Primal Endurance. I have been an avid runner and triathlete (never really a competitor though) and would love to continue that with a paleo lifestyle but it is tricky when the most convenient foods for immediate post-event recovery and mid-event fueling are simple carbs. I’d like to study how to stay paleo and still running/swim/bike well several times a week.

    Bryan wrote on March 28th, 2013
    • Forgot to indicate an idea for future helpful books. Because of my circumstances, I would tend to favor a book that dealt with maintaining a primal diet/life while living with people who do not. My wife has 0 interest in giving up grains and eating paleo. So there are a lot of non-paleo foods in my house. We tend to integrate the two dietary styles and I eat the things I can from what we prepare for us and the kids. A book on shopping for and preparing meals for a combined paleo/non family would appeal to me. Maybe I’m wrong but I don’t forsee my whole family going paleo.

      Bryan wrote on March 28th, 2013
      • My family is similar. I have gone Paleo (no grains, no dairy), one of my daughters has gone Primal (no grains) another daughter is cutting down on bread but not totally and my husband looks on bemused!

        Some how we muddle by! :)

        Sally wrote on March 28th, 2013
        • Sounds familar; Yes. I am getting a little mild grief from my Wife since no one but me is eating primal and she does most of the cooking (by her choice). Mostly she is trying to be supportive. We too have muddled through so far.

          Bryan wrote on March 28th, 2013
  4. I’m excited to read two of the titles listed above – Perfect Balance and Primal Cravings. As for future titles, I would be interested in a book that outlines research and a corresponding diet that provides for the needs of children. Does the Primal blueprint eating plan provide the nutrients needed for developing bodies? Where does one need to supplement to ensure all nutrients needed for growth and development are provided? Perhaps this book exists or there is information within other texts – I’m new and just beginning to learn and implement the Primal lifestyle. Thanks for your site and wealth of information!

    Mel-a-paleo wrote on March 28th, 2013
  5. The book I am most interested in is Primal Cravings because I sometimes find myself searching for a primal version of my old favorites (especially pizza). I think a great idea for a book would be Primal Cooking with Kids. The book should include a kid friendly explanation of Paleo/Primal lifestyle, and easy kid friendly recipes that they could participate in. We could also include some easy garden ideas for kids to grow some of their own food with their parents.

    Jeannine Harbinsky wrote on March 28th, 2013
  6. Do I really just have to pick one?? I’m most excited for Primal Woman, then Perfect Balance, then Primal Endurance. But I definitely want to read all but Primal Pregnancy. (Not looking to have babies!)

    What would I like to see? Something geared towards healthy body image (male & female), as well as something dealing with more natural healthcare (huge topic, I know!)

    julie wrote on March 28th, 2013
  7. I’m looking forward to the Paleo Primer. I think it would be valuable resource to give to my FB and family. I can see it helping them understand why I eat the way I do and why I encourage them to as well.

    Disarray wrote on March 28th, 2013
  8. I’m just jumping in here. Can’t believe the number of comments and haven’t read them all.

    I’m most interested in Primal Woman. I’m 42 and working on solving some skin and other issues with primal approaches while looking down the road to the changes that will inevitably occur. I’m also hoping that a “spiritual” approach will accommodate more “traditional” approaches to spirituality. Often a “spiritual” approach is dismissive of “organized religion” because it means finding your own path outside traditional religious structures. Many folks are “spiritual AND religious” so I hope this book can help us incorporate primal approaches to life that (in my mind at least) are completely compatible with traditional religion.

    I would most like to see a book on bringing the family and kids along. I know lots of people have asked for this, but it’s a real need. Parents are “in charge” of food in the house, but it’s very complicated to get young kids who can’t understand the health aspects are are still working out control to buy into this even in the home, let alone outside it. Please help us build primal families with strategies, tips, success stories, etc.

    And thanks for a contest that prompts me to comment. I read every day but seldom comment. I always value your posts and the many folks who build the conversation.

    Beth wrote on March 28th, 2013
  9. As I’ve been reading MDA for some time now, I’m a newbie to the Paleo lifestyle; hence I’m most interested in Paleo Primer.

    I haven’t done widespread research, but a book about pre-cooked Paleo meals (similar to crockpot cooking) would be great for me. I’m still learning to focus more on life than work. During this transition, having some paleo meals in the freezer or fridge ready to drop into a crockpot before work would be a great help better meals during the transition.

    Joshua wrote on March 28th, 2013
  10. Paleo Prescription for me. And I agree that a book on the microbiome would be completely fascinating. That’s about the most interesting stuff around these days.

    theo's cook wrote on March 28th, 2013
  11. My first two to read will be the Primal Cravings and Primal Women as these are the most relevant to me at this point in my life. However, there isn’t a single one on the list that I’m not interested in which is great.

    A future project consideration might be a kids primal blueprint. My kids are all grown, however, they are having babies of their own now and I think if we are going to turn things around, the best place to start is with our kids – at the youngest age possible – so they can learn to eat and cook healthy right off the bat. Then, there is no need for them to go through all the changes that we are experiencing since that would be their lifestyle from the beginning.

    Cindy wrote on March 28th, 2013
  12. I love reading, learning, and researching anything and everything to help my family improve their health so they all sound great! If I had to choose one, I’d say primal prescription. I have dear family members that have been victims of the prescription drug epidemic. They have struggled with dependence and addiction/abuse of prescriptions given by their doctors. Meanwhile their diet is terribly high in sugars, refined carbs, and bad fats. I love that there are some great doctors out there who are addressing diet before turning to the quick fix of a drug that will carry with it side effects and just mask symptoms instead of getting to the root of the problem. My daughter plans to go to medical school and I would love her to read Dr. McGruff’s book, too!
    As for ideas, I would love to see more about how skin conditions and mood all relate to what we put in our bodies. Oh, and candida affects so many people, so that would be a great topic!

    Val wrote on March 28th, 2013
  13. Mark, I am really looking forward to the Primal Pregnancy book, that is a topic I haven’t really looked deep into. With my wife pregnant with our second child it would come in handy. My idea for your publishing company would do delve deeper into ketosis and lean muscle/strength gaining relationship. I would like to see some well designed experiments to see how gaining muscle and getting stronger, more muscle endurance, and staying lean can or can’t not be achieved while in full ketosis (under 35g carbs per day).

    Thanks for all the great info as usual y’all are doing the world a great service.

    zach wrote on March 28th, 2013
  14. I would love to get my hands on Rich Food, Poor Food, but have to admit that the cookbooks would be pure gold! I often find myself eating the same 5 or 6 things day in and day out for various meals. My palette needs some variety.

    I would also like to see a book geared towards corralling much of the current science on metabolic diseases and the effects of a high carb diet, being led by folks like Peter Attia and the Nutrition Science Initiative (NuSI).

    Scott wrote on March 28th, 2013
  15. Primal Woman is the book I am most excitied about. It coincides with my current stage in life which is soon to be empty nester, aging gracefully etc.

    I am not a fan of cooking so a book I would be most interested in is quick easy primal recipies. I have 3 teenage boys in my house so I am always cooking. My goal daily is what can I make with what I have on hand. Also we have a carb addiction in my house. Tips to ease away from carbs would be helpful.

    Kathy wrote on March 28th, 2013
  16. I’m very excited about Death by Food Pyramid by Denise. Can’t wait to read it! :)

    Daniel wrote on March 28th, 2013
  17. I am most excited about the “Primal Prescription” because I am a 2nd year medical student who’s passion is fitness and looking to go into Emergency Med. I’m hoping to incorporate diet and exercise as powerful tools in my medical toolbox. It would be awesome to hear from a person who is essentially living my dream lifestyle.

    I would love to see a book that is targeted towards healthcare professionals (primarily physicians) that is more of a textbook that would include all the studies and comparisons. I just know that throughout my career I will have to defend my stance on the Primal lifestyle and a more robust research-heavy book would help to reinforce the Primal stance in future discussions among physicians.

    Tyler Haas wrote on March 28th, 2013
  18. Primal Cravings, Death by Food Pyriamid, and Primal Balence all really look like great reads! I’m looking forward to those especially.

    I would like to see a book on the history of how the human diet over the last 50-100 year. How? Why? How industrialization and capitalism had a hand in what we eat.

    Thanks, Mark!

    Keith wrote on March 28th, 2013
  19. I lvoe it. Good books to read and I’m looking forward to the upcoming onees!

    Jaime wrote on March 28th, 2013
  20. Looking forward to “Primal Perscription”. This information is so very needed since even advertising and labeling has Americans fooled on what they think are healthy food choices.
    The next good book then would be one covering Naturalpathic health care and an indepth look at herbs and supplemental healing.

    Colleen Van Hout wrote on March 28th, 2013
  21. I’m most excited about Primal Woman. Sometimes it feels lonely eating Primal and being 58. My energy level exceeds other women friends my age, and I don’t have illnesses to discuss.My idea for a book is a mystery novel where the protagonist eats primal.

    Laura wrote on March 28th, 2013
  22. My personal choices from the above list are Primal Cravings (especially after visiting the link!) and your own Primal Endurance. I love to cook and their recipes seem to include everyday “pantry” items, which helps me feel more comfortable as I am just beginning my transition. My husband is one of those “chronic cardio” critters, so perhaps a look at your book would help him along with his transition. Thanks for investing so much time and effort!

    Sheryl C wrote on March 28th, 2013
  23. Primal Cravings appeals to me most because I both eat to live and live to eat!

    A book of success stories would be welcome; I love reading them and think they are very motivational.

    Bradley wrote on March 28th, 2013
  24. I already read Rich Food, Poor Food and would love this opportunity to read the rest

    Josh wrote on March 28th, 2013
  25. I’m looking forward to Paleo Primer as it seems like something I could lend to family/friends who were wondering what I was doing without overwhelming them with information right off the bat.

    I’d LOVE to see a book about raising kids on a paleo/primal diet. I have a 2 and 3 year old and am trying to limit their grains when they’re at home, but with my 3 year old refusing to eat meat or eggs – I don’t know how to even try changing her diet.

    Jennifer wrote on March 28th, 2013
  26. I am most excited about the Primal Connection as it touches on the mental & emotional aspect of health! :) A great idea for a book is one all about Parenting… from pre-pregnancy to child raising. Thanks for asking! Looking forward to seeing what is next!

    Marie Storm wrote on March 28th, 2013
  27. Perfect Balance with Primal Woman and Death by Food Pyramid close second and third choices.
    The suggestions have been fantastic, especially on aging and kids/families eating primal.

    MK Lebeau wrote on March 28th, 2013
  28. I made one comment and told it to subscribe to replies to my comments, but since then I’ve gotten TONS of email. I tried ALL of the settings to make it stop, but it won’t. Super irritated right now.

    Josh Bobb wrote on March 28th, 2013
  29. I’m most excited for Death by Food Pyramid. We need more logical, informed, and—well—scientific looks at old research. It’s also nice to have information to help explain to people why conventional wisdom is an oxymoron.
    My favorite books are those that are so brutally logical that there’s no room for disagreement.

    A few things I’d like to see more talk of in the primal community are:

    The role of insects in an early human diet, and how they could be used as a healthy and environmentally friendly source of calories and nutrition.

    The common misconception that eating primal means the bulk of your food should be meat, as opposed to the bulk of “calories” coming from meat. And the overlooked importance of eating, as Mark says, a “reckless amount of vegetables.”

    A practical look at what a healthier diet might look like for someone who doesn’t have problems with carbs, grains, and the SAD in general (blasphemy!)

    And of course, Primal Sex, how getting down the old fashioned way is probably good for you, or cool or something. It probably needs to be researched… Actually, I’ll write this one…

    Chema Caillet-Bois wrote on March 28th, 2013
  30. I’m most excited about Primal Cravings! That burger on the cover sounds yum!! I’d like to see a book about Primal Desserts!

    Shannon wrote on March 28th, 2013
  31. I just returned from a trip to the bookstores in the city of Lucerne in Switzerland. My dad and I were hunting for books in German dealing with Ancestral health/Primal Living / Paleo but there was absolutely nothing available within the rows and rows of bookshelves dealing with healthy living / nutrition / healing through nature. The market would be quite large in Germany/Switzerland/Austria as people are very into ‘healthy’ lifestyles. I have heard someone has found ‘bootleg’ translations of Robb’s book in Italian but the German market is underserved. My parents want to understand the science of what I am explaining to them as they are very impressed with my improved health.

    About your new project regarding books, The Primal Cravings looks interesting so that I can entertain my skeptical friends again, but I hope it is not American food favourites only.

    Primal Blueprint Healthy Sauces etc.: surely a great book I cannot wait to order and use. During the past year I have learned to enjoy basic foods again but when I entertain our friends I need some extra oomph…

    Primal Woman sounds very interesting and I will definitely read it. I think my mom would like it too if it is published in Swedish or German.

    Thank you for everything you and your team do. 1 1/2 years of primal/ancestral/paleo living and I feel 20 years younger.

    Pernilla wrote on March 28th, 2013
  32. Comment system is completely jacked up. At least this time I know not to subscribe to anything. All the messages are automatically going to my spam folder now…hopefully Mark’s normal emails won’t go to my spam folder. We’ll see. I hope a better commenting subscription system can be implemented at some point.

    Josh Bobb wrote on March 28th, 2013
  33. Im most excited about the Primal Cravings book! Yummm – I love primal food, but I do still crave some comfort foods! I hope there is a good primal alternative for mac-n-cheese in there! (I’ve researched this some and haven’t found any that tickle my fancy, so I just have some regular mac-n-cheese on occasion!) Im also very interested in The Primal Prescription – I am realizing more and more how deeply politics and the greed of powerful people affects our daily lives. Heck – all of these books will go on my reading list!

    I would love to see a book about herbal medicine/remedies and especially specific alternatives to prescription medications.

    Love the work you are doing Mark & Friends! Thanks!

    Katie wrote on March 28th, 2013
  34. I’m most excited about primal woman! Well closely followed by primal endurance. I hope to be able to return to running post-adrenal issues. I hope adrenal issues are mentioned.

    if not, i’d love to learn more about adrenal and hormonal issues.

    melissa wrote on March 28th, 2013
  35. Primal Pregnancy would have come in handy, but too late for our first new tribe member. I’ve been waiting for Denise’s book though….I just hope I can understand it all! I think someone needs to tackle the Biblical Creation vs. Evolutionary model aka Primal from a Christian viewpoint. I don’t even know how to begin to reconcile the two!

    Ham-Bone wrote on March 28th, 2013
  36. I am really looking forward to reading the book “Primal Cravings”. I have been following the Primal Blueprint for over a year now and I feel great and have come to better appreciate the flavor of fresh foods again. However, I grew up with southern comfort foods and every once in a while I get a hankering for some of those dishes. I am hoping to find a few of my old favorites with a primal flair. In the future, I would like to see a book that puts together various primal workouts. My workout regime gets stale at times and I am always looking for new things to add. There are bits and pieces out there, but I am still looking for one book that brings it all together.

    Greg Wright wrote on March 28th, 2013
  37. I’m looking forward to the Primal Prescription. I have been on prescription drugs most of my life to treat asthma, allergies, etc….for years I have wondered how long I would have survived a few hundred years ago (or a few tens of thousands of years ago) with all of these “inherited” health problems. It just hasn’t made sense. Since I have been eating primally, I have been able to drastically reduce my dependence on these meds. This book sounds like it will provide a big picture of this issue.

    I would love to see a book that focuses on the issues of stress and sleep. These are two aspects of lifestyle that seem difficult to control in our modern jungle. Also, I think every book needs extensive sources/studies cited.

    April wrote on March 28th, 2013
  38. They all sound interesting to me, but if I HAD to choose it would be Perfect Balance. I would definelty want Death by Food Pyramid to gift to all my non-primal people.

    Rebecca wrote on March 28th, 2013
  39. All of these books sound amazing but I am really looking forward to Carrie’s book coming out. Primal Woman will be a welcome addition to my primal resources. As far as future books, more information about women over 50 would be welcome. I’ve found that everything from diet and exercise to sleep patterns and supplementing changes as you reach menopause. It would be nice to get some specific primal guidelines.

    Lori wrote on March 28th, 2013
  40. I am definitely looking forward to Carrie’s Primal Woman. As a woman who’s only a few years older than Carrie, I am very interested in her perspective on all the issues that she’s going to be covering.

    I have to admit, I am also interested in Primal Cravings. I’m diabetic and it is nice to have “comfort” foods that don’t affect my blood sugar.

    Kim wrote on March 28th, 2013

Leave a Reply

If you'd like to add an avatar to all of your comments click here!

© 2016 Mark's Daily Apple

Subscribe to the Newsletter and Get a Free Copy
of Mark Sisson's Fitness eBook and more!