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27 Mar

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

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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.

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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.

Queries

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:

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  1. I am most interested in Dr. Dean’s book, as I have had a lifelong struggle with emotional eating.

    Laura C. wrote on March 28th, 2013
  2. I’m totally stoked to read _Death by Food Pyramid_ by Denise Minger..hurry up with this one Mark and Denise! I’ll also be grabbing copies of Doug McGuff’s _The Primal Prescription_ and Emily Deans’s _Perfect Balance_.

    The book I’d like to see PBP publish is a collection of all of Mark’s posts on Sleep. It would be great to have them all in one handy place…even in kindle format.

    Michael wrote on March 28th, 2013
  3. I can’t wait for Primal woman – that looks fantastic! Definitely a theme that’s close to my heart! I’d really love to see a primal based book that picks apart the myth that eating meat is relly bad for you – there are so many conflicting pieces information out there and it would be so great to have it all dealt with in one resource!

    Becky wrote on March 28th, 2013
  4. All the books sound great but I am most interested in Primal Woman. I’ve always admired women who seem to age gracefully and hope to do the same for myself. I like the pycho-spiritual perspective too.

    I’d like to second the suggestion to get a movement going to get healthy real food to our aging population in senior centers, who knows what ailments could be made better by getting more nutrients to our seniors? I’d add to that the primal focus of getting our seniors more connected to time outdoors so they can get Vitamin D, appreciate the beauty of nature and get safe exercise.

    Paula wrote on March 28th, 2013
  5. The book that I’m most excited about is The Primal Prescription, it seems to hit so many of the points that I seem to be talking about with so many of my friends and members of my family.

    A book that I’d be interested in reading would be one about a Primal approach to reversing or curing Type 2 Diabetes, which I have lived with for 12 years.

    Once I started my Primal lifestyle change, my Blood Glucose started improving so quickly, that the amounts of insulin I was taking was dropping my BG scores too low. I have stopped my insulin treatments, and am working to get rid of my oral meds as well.

    The most obvious change was when I have to pop a lens out of my eyeglasses, since it was over-correcting!

    Currently, I’m looking for a different endocrinologist who is more open to a Primal way of living, and a book about this would go a long way to guide me!

    Rudy Hovey wrote on March 28th, 2013
  6. I’m most interested in Perfect Balance by Emily Deans, MD. As a Personal Trainer my biggest obstacles to getting people on track with their eating are food addictions and body image issues as well as miss information about what’s “healthy”. I’ve seen people make huge progress only to go back to their old ways even after achieving life changing results. I see the relationship between stress, depression and eating more and more with my clients these days. As for the Primal book I’d most like to see it would a guide to help families create the most Primal lifestyle possible in a modern world. As a husband and father maybe it’s time for me to start writing my families Primal story. Keep the books coming and the dialogue rolling. Thanks, Tom

    Tom Taylor wrote on March 28th, 2013
  7. I’m very excited to read Perfect Balance! Especially the hormonal aspects. Actually, I would love to see a book about how paleo affects fertility in the future.

    Becca wrote on March 28th, 2013
  8. I would be most interested in the Primal Cravings book, also would love to have a copy of the Quick and Easy Meals Cookbook. Having two little ones, it is pretty challenging making a switch to Primal eating. They have their habits, well the five year old does, and five year olds can be very finicky trying new things.
    So, this leads me to the book suggestion: like many comments above, I would also love to see a book geared towards children’s nutritional needs. To sort of undo the “brainwashing” that has been done so far.

    Lana R wrote on March 28th, 2013
  9. I’m interested in both Primal Cravings and especially the Primal Prescription. Primal Cravings would be helpful as a go-to book for those times when we think to ourselves, “Boy, I really miss having ____.” Rather than having to feel like we’re being “left out” or that we can’t have as much “fun” as everyone else because some of our old perennial favorites aren’t primal/paleo, this book will target those exact dishes and food items and make them primal/paleo. Plus, since going primal, I’ve run into way more people than I ever expected who refuse to take part in the lifestyle (or even give a try for 30 days!), not because they don’t believe in it, but simply because “you must think I’m crazy if I’d ever completely give up ____ and never be able to eat it again!” And there’s also a lot of people who NEVER deviate from recipes! It gets really frustrating when that happens at home because the non-primal ingredients are completely unnecessary! They don’t add anything to the meal/dish, but they’re in the recipe because everyone’s just so used to relying on them as ingredients (example: cornstarch as a soup thickener, sugar in dressings/sauces, breadcrumbs in meatloaf, etc). And for some strange reason, some people are completely convinced that the recipe will be a disaster if it’s not followed TO THE LETTER. So having clear-cut recipes of old favorites that show all the extra “fluff” isn’t necessary would be great.
    I think that the Primal Prescription will be an excellent read, just because everyone is way too caught up in how routinized the health care system has become. People rely too much on prescription medications, thinking that they’re the only option they have to better themselves. It worries me when I see some of my family members always talking about how they have something that only a prescription can fix, yet they don’t consider for a second that perhaps changing their lifestyle, however slightly, may work more in their favor. I don’t like how too many people think that the doctor’s word is the be all, end all, and that their word is infallible, and that the saturation of prescriptions out there is just the way it should be.
    As for an idea for a book, I’d LOVE to see one about how to remain primal, particularly in eating, while traveling/living in another country. The book should address not only short term, but more importantly long term stays, because short term vacations or trips are obviously going to be much easier. What should you do, though, if you’re in a country where organic is difficult, expensive, or even impossible to find, where the water can’t be drunk without boiling it (what do you do when you’re out on the street or working out at the gym?), where pollution is abysmal, or where meat is considered more of a rarity than in America and is quite expensive? Or what about countries that have cultures where choosing to not eat something, regardless of if it conflicts with your diet/lifestyle or not and regardless of how politely you turn down the offer, will cause someone to lose face and bring them shame? I’ve wrestled with these thoughts many times, since I really want to study abroad/intern/live in China for a while, but see so many pitfalls for a lifestyle that’s extremely important to me.

    NIK wrote on March 28th, 2013
  10. Right now I’m actually looking forward to reading the primal connection. In regard to the ten listed books I’d have to go with the book on endurance also by Mark Sisson. I think there is too much of the “don’t do cardio”-scare out there and people who like to run because they actually love running might need some literature to get their running right without taking any health risks. Another shortcoming I see is in the field of psychology. I’d love to see a book on the market that helps people dealing with all the stuff I hear all the time when I tell people that I’m a primal eater. And of course advice on how to approach people who really could benefit from going primal but are hard to convince.
    I have to say it is really cool that there are so many new angles to paleo.

    Rob wrote on March 28th, 2013
  11. most excited for primal woman and perfect balance.
    would love a book geared towards kids, in a language they understand. I am in the process of changing my kids eating habits but its a battle. I try explaining, but a kid doesn’t care what msg is… they just want their crackers! that would be a great recource.
    thanks for all that you do :)

    Sharon Miller wrote on March 28th, 2013
  12. i am most excited for Perfect Balance, a Primal Approach to Overcoming Negativity with Food, Dieting, and Body Image because I struggle with depression, anxiety, and more.

    grae_bird wrote on March 28th, 2013
  13. I would love to read Primal Pregnancy, and you should totally publish my children’s book on transitioning to a primal lifestyle. ;)

    Lauren wrote on March 28th, 2013
  14. I would love to read all of them, but if I had to choose it would be, either, Perfect Balance (love Emily’s blog) or Primal Pregnancy. I just experienced my first primal pregnancy and it was worlds apart from my first SAD fed pregnancy. At 1 week post partum I was back at pre-pregnancy weight (which at 1 year eating primal but not really moving primal, still has room to shrink) and most of all though I had very few of the aches, pains and ill-health that I’d had with my first pregnancy. I’m sure there’s more to learn though. In fact I felt great. Quick vbac and thriving healthy baby boy. Couldn’t be more different to the first pregnancy and birth.

    I know a few people suggested it, and there are a few options out there in the world already but primal for kids would be great. Especially with recipes for snacks while in care/kindy/school. In Australia all childcare/schools are nut free because of allergies and this really makes it just that bit harder for sending morning tea and lunch with my son.

    Helen wrote on March 28th, 2013
  15. They all sound so interesting and great! If I have to pick one, Perfect Balance sounds like it could really help me the most.

    As for new ideas for books, I really have none. All the upcoming titles look varied and exciting! I love cookbooks, and I love cooking. I read them like novels. So, if I had to say, any Primal cookbook would be awesome!

    Amy S. wrote on March 28th, 2013
  16. Primal Woman by Carrie Sisson.
    As a woman, we go through so much. I think that having children it is the most change your life event. Then it all starts. And as a woman I am always trying to do the best at everything. The kids, the family, the career and keeping my head above water all the time. This ought to be a great book to escape and learn and pick up tips from.

    Laura Capurso wrote on March 28th, 2013
  17. Book that I’d really love to read is Primal Pregnancy. Incidentally something that’s I’ve always wondered.
    Book for the future: training and nutrition in line with the primal way of living for gaining weight/mass, applicable to male and female. Minimum effective dose required to reach the goal.

    ChuenSeng wrote on March 28th, 2013
  18. Primal Cravings and Primal Woman both sound great to me. Primal helped me so much with OCD and acne, and I feel guilty that I haven’t been able to get my mother to try it. She has anxiety, arthritis, and hypertension, and we share a lot of genes, so if it helped me with some things, there’s a good chance it would help her with at least one of those.

    But she really likes some “treats” that aren’t Primal. Plus I have no idea how well what worked for me would work for a woman 30 years older than me. Each of those books could be a big help for us.

    Dave wrote on March 28th, 2013
  19. Primal prescriptions would be my biggest interest. Working in the medical field has truly enlightened me to the huge hole in our “healthcare”. All of the books interest me though. Great work!!

    sue wrote on March 28th, 2013
  20. Primal Woman – I think woman have a really hard time especially with hormone fluctuations etc.

    I would love to see a primal/paleo book that addresses special health concerns re: weight loss surgeries, cancer, etc. Some of these things are a very big deal. For instance a weight loss patient who had a vertical sleeve is taught from the beginning to eat low carb/protein. But it’s almost impossible without shakes in the beginnign to get enough protein in and then afterwards to eat enough protein and and veggies and sustain their weight loss. I know WLS in an of itself isn’t a paleo concept but many people turn to it because they can’t do anything else or they have life threatening issues. Cancer as well – many patients these days are told to eat a Vegan diet. Sigh. It would be nice to see a primal perspective re: some of this.

    Leah Holamon wrote on March 28th, 2013
  21. Hey Mark,

    I think the Primal Prescription is the most exciting to me. I’ve read some material from and listened to interviews with Dr McGuff (mainly about his super-slow weight lifting approach) and was intrigued. I figure if Dr. Joe Mercola endorses him, so can I.

    My second choice would be for Death By Food Pyramid, which clearly needs to get out to the masses (at least those who have eyes to see, ears to hear, or haven’t given their lives over to complete apathy) in a big way!

    My recommendation for a book would center around growing/producing your own or locally sourcing the highest quality foods possible, year-round. There are a lot of recipes for stuff relating to paleo, but it seems there is a lack of material regarding being the COMPLETE paleo person – i.e. as self-reliant and self-sufficient as is possible, especially city folks and those living in raw food deserts.

    Russ wrote on March 28th, 2013
    • +1 for me. I am thinking along the lines of “A Year in the Life of the Modern Paleo” or the like.

      Renee B wrote on March 28th, 2013
  22. Primal Cravings, Primal Perscription, Primal Endurance and Primal Pregnancy… I cant decide which out of all of those I look forward to the most. Book idea: transitioning from being vegetarian. That’s how I got into primal. I still dont eat mammals and a lot of information (mostly recipes) does not apply to me right now or makes me experience feelings of guilt and/or confusion because I am not ready to go there with my diet. Thankfully I know where I stand with myself, what I am comfortable with, and what I want for my life right now so those feelings dont make me suffer but I can see how other transitioning herbavores might be turned off.

    nicole wrote on March 28th, 2013
  23. I definitely know that I can not pick just one book, that since I am now OCP (obsessive compulsive paleo) I will read them all!!
    I found the paleo lifestyle Apx 2 years ago and will NEVER return to the SAD diet.
    I was diagnosed as borderline diabetic, high cholesterol, suffered from hypo thyroid ism for over 20 years, horrible leg cramps, did not sleep well, diverticulitis along with a general feeling of lousy!
    I have now lost 60 lbs. completely off of thyroid meds blood work is excellent. No more leg cramps sleep like a baby and no more issues with diverticulitis! I think it is pretty damn amazing myself!!! So yes I am OCP! I read and read everything I can find and when all of my friends , co-workers and family comment on how much younger I look they can tell how truly convicted to this lifestyle. I thank you so much Mark for all of your dedication and I try to do the same and “pass it on”.
    What I would like to read more about is paleo aging, hormonal issues for women that have had hysterectomies ( something else I blame on grains ) and herbal supplements.

    Doris Stump wrote on March 28th, 2013
  24. I’m most excited about the Primal Pregnancy. I have 5 kids and with the last 2 I’ve gone Primal, but was always worried about my nutrition. Most of us Primal women have at least 1 pregnancy. With that said, I need a book called the Primal mom. How do I get that 10 year old away from the bagels and juice into the eggs and bacon?

    Dawn wrote on March 28th, 2013
  25. Primal Cravings is what I need. The comfort of food in a way that doesn’t wreck the day. I would like to see something around surviving the office / conference / traveling minefield. That seems to be my huge opportunity.

    Brad wrote on March 28th, 2013
  26. Rich Food, Poor Food is on my list. My other top three are: Death By Food Pyramid, The Primal Prescription and Primal Woman. The first two because I am totally interested in how so much false and dangerous nutrition/ exercise/ lifestyle information got accepted and disseminated; the third because I’m a 50++ woman (and it’s written by Mark’s wife).

    One subject I would like to see a book about is an in-depth look at benefits of strength workouts and the costs of not doing them. I think more information would help motivate me in this area – as well as many other people.

    Congratulations on your Primal Publishing venture.

    Susan B. wrote on March 28th, 2013
  27. They all sound pretty interesting, but I have narrowed it down.

    1) Primal Endurance – since I am an endurance athlete who follows Paleo
    2) Perfect Balance – as I have negative thoughts towards my body image and food (at times).

    Ann wrote on March 28th, 2013
  28. I’d like to read the Primal Blueprint in Korean. I think it would take off here (in S. Korea, of course). I’m sure you guys have mass translation plans…? This movement can and should go global.

    Gabriel wrote on March 28th, 2013
  29. As a newbie to the Primal/Paleo diet, I could really use a book like the Paleo Primer to help me get a good start at this. But the Primal Cravings book also looks like it will be an incredible resource, as giving up some of the things I like is the hardest part of embarking on a new dietary course! Really though, all the books look like fantastic resources for those who need them.

    April Dangerfield wrote on March 28th, 2013
  30. I would love the rich food poor food. sounds fascinating. love your work. i got a little off track last year and need to get back tobeing primal!

    Sandy Propsom wrote on March 28th, 2013
  31. Death by the Food Pyramid would be my favorite. I would like too see a primal approach for those of us who are older/less active and get intimidated by materials suited for those who are already in decent shape – something like a primal approach to Younger Next year.

    Janice wrote on March 28th, 2013
  32. Most interested in primal endurance because I am an endurance athlete. Would be most interested in more books about this diet and benefits for long endurance events. Is it possible to get the body so fat adapted that you can do an entire ironman with only water and electrolytes?

    Nytimes just did article on endurance ultra runner who can run all day without eating, my guess is he is very fat adapted! I know mark is apposed to ironman racing but I am going to try and fat adapt and train myself to train for very long times with no food and do an ironman with no food. Will keep you posted. My dad is trying to do the same!

    Nigel wrote on March 28th, 2013
  33. I’m most excited for Primal Pregnancy. Hopefully I’ll need it in the near future!
    I would like to see a primal book for children.

    Jennifer wrote on March 28th, 2013
  34. I’d love to read Primal Cravings as well as Perfect Balance — it’s hard to not overthink things and worry all the time!! :)

    I’d love to see a Primal Kids’ cookbook (or Primal Family — with guidelines for how restrictive it’s safe to be with growing ones at different ages/stages, or some creative ideas for family meals).

    Kudos on your efforts, Mark — changing the world one person at at time. :)

    Jill wrote on March 28th, 2013
  35. The book I am most excited about – Primal Prescription – simply because people need to know there is a better solution than turning to Big Pharma everytime they are ill – have they ever considered their diet…..most likely the Standard American Diet

    A book I would like to see – nothing more motivational than success from those on the Primal Diet/Way of Life …..maybe entitle it Primal Success Stories – whatever the case, all the forthcoming books are going to be home runs – each and every one of them!!!

    Thanks Mark :D!!!

    John Maxwell wrote on March 28th, 2013
  36. I am really excited about The Hidden Plague, and not just because Tara is the one who introduced me tovthe Primal lifestyle. I also suspect I have it and am looking forward to reading her research on it.
    Abclose second is the comfort foods book cause I’m a sucker for recipes!

    Kim wrote on March 28th, 2013
  37. I am most excited to read the Primal Cravings book. I would also like see a book advocating food co-ops (both health and financial benefits) and how to start one in your neighborhood. I would also like to see a series of primal books geared toward children and a series for teens. I think changing America’s views on food and health must include everyone in the discussion.

    NP wrote on March 28th, 2013
  38. As a woman in my 50’s, I am most excited about Primal Woman. I am also very excited about Primal Endurance. As for project ideas, keep those quick and easy recipes coming.

    Patty mcQuade wrote on March 28th, 2013
  39. I am looking forward to Primal Cravings. I’m having a hard time coming up with meals my whole family enjoys. Super picky eaters! They don’t yet seem interested in the science behind the PB yet so until then the food must do all the talking.

    Sharon wrote on March 28th, 2013
  40. I’d love to read Death by Food Pyramid, but I’m looking forward to Primal Woman, too!

    I think I’d most like to read more about primal parenting. Not food, but other aspects of primal life. How to keep them playing, healthy, and strong? Primal remedies for common childhood illnesses, primal sports, primal family traditions, primal education…

    Kristin wrote on March 28th, 2013

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