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28 Aug

Weekend Link Love – Edition 415

Check out my interview with Kathy Smith. I so enjoyed watching Kathy’s daughter Kate run in the Olympic 800 meter finals in Rio this weekend! Tag someone you think would be an excellent Primal Kitchen Restaurants owner and you’ll be entered to win a 3-pack of PRIMAL KITCHEN™ Chipotle Lime Mayo and a 3-pack of […]

21 Aug

Weekend Link Love – Edition 414

Want to run your own Primal Kitchen Restaurant? Submit your info here. If you’re a match, you’ll get access to an exclusive informational webinar on September 8th. Research of the Week A 30% ketone diet improves rats’ cognitive and physical performance. Calcium intake has a protective relationship with colorectal cancer risk. More evidence that fidgeting (feet) is […]

14 Aug

Weekend Link Love – Edition 413

Research of the Week Take a deep breath and relax (but only if someone tells you to). Exposure to nature can reduce aggressive behavior and negative emotions in prison inmates. How much water you drink affects the color of your pee, says science. Americans are still fatter than they were 20 years ago. A mutation that […]

7 Aug

Weekend Link Love – Edition 412

Just a quick shout out to let you know that for the month of August, you can grab a digital copy of the following books for only $3.99 on Amazon: Death By Food Pyramid, Fruit Belly, and The Primal Prescription. You may not have a health coach, but you can still benefit from these 5 lessons. Research of […]

31 Jul

Weekend Link Love – Edition 411

Why everyone could benefit from a health coach (plus, my personal experience with one). Learn more at primalhealthcoach.com. Research of the Week Eating produce could make you happier (a dose response relationship). How prenatal and postnatal factors affect a baby’s microbiome, and what it implies about long-term development (PDF). A 90 minute walk in the woods […]

24 Jul

Weekend Link Love – Edition 410

Research of the Week Too much TV as a kid promotes bone loss (or inadequate bone formation). Alphabetic discrimination is a scourge on humanity. Keto and CrossFit go well together (PDF). If you’ve got the bacteria to ferment it, resistant starch in the form of raw potato starch really increases butyrate production in the colon. […]

17 Jul

Weekend Link Love – Edition 409

Research of the Week New evidence from China is changing the story of human evolution. Vets with PTSD may have traumatic damage to their pituitary glands. Some criticisms of the latest epidemiology from Harvard indicting saturated fat. A new meta-analysis concludes that taking probiotics can improve weight loss. Nail-biters and thumb-suckers may have better immune […]

10 Jul

Weekend Link Love – Edition 408

Research of the Week Omega-6 fats hinder incorporation of omega-3s into red blood cells. Saturated fats augment it. Performing “light physical activity” while working or studying increases productivity, mood, and focus. Receiving real-time bite-count feedback throughout a meal reduces overall food intake. Researchers just discovered a fatal flaw in fMRI software that invalidates almost every brain […]

3 Jul

Weekend Link Love – Edition 407

Research of the Week Taking your meals at the same time each day is probably better for your metabolic health. It’s not the butter, it’s the bread. Will AI need therapy? There are major methodological problems with the latest “paleo diet kills mice” study. Installing big green arrows that point to a grocery store’s produce […]

26 Jun

Weekend Link Love – Edition 406

Last chance. Until this Thursday, the following digital books are on sale for only $3.99 on Amazon: Primal Blueprint Healthy Sauces, Dressings and Toppings, Primal Blueprint Quick and Easy Meals, Paleo Primer, Rich Food, Poor Food, and Primal Cravings. I’m in a new documentary on the problematic history of wheat. You can watch it online for free until June 30th. […]

19 Jun

Weekend Link Love – Edition 405

Well, looks like we swept Paleo Magazine’s Best of 2015 contest. Thanks to everyone who cast their vote! We took home awards for the following: Best Blog (Health): Mark’s Daily Apple Best Blog (Fitness): Mark’s Daily Apple Best New Packaged Product: PRIMAL KITCHEN™ Mayo Health Hero of the Year: Mark Sisson Best New Idea: Primal […]

12 Jun

Weekend Link Love – Edition 404

Huge announcement this week. I just launched my Primal Health Coach program and I’m really excited about what’s to come. There’s also a new blog dedicated to Primal Health Coaching topics. Check it out. Research of the Week When you’re trying to improve aerobic capacity and mitochondrial function, should you run farther or faster? Yes. Genes can […]

5 Jun

Weekend Link Love – Edition 403

Heads up. For the month of June, the following digital books are on sale for only $3.99 on Amazon: Primal Blueprint Healthy Sauces, Dressings and Toppings, Primal Blueprint Quick and Easy Meals, Paleo Primer, Rich Food, Poor Food, and Primal Cravings. Watch me talk about longevity at this free online anti-aging summit. Research of the Week Studies like this one are why I […]

29 May

Weekend Link Love – Edition 402

Today’s your last chance to get 10% off all PRIMAL KITCHEN™ products on PrimalBlueprint.com. Just pop coupon code “PALEOFX” in your cart before checkout. Research of the Week Infant helplessness predicts species intelligence. A low-FODMAP diet helps IBS patients. Many ancient Romans had really bad knees. Dark roasts have more bioactive coffee compounds than light roasts. Is this […]

22 May

Weekend Link Love – Edition 401

Primal Blueprint Publishing’s newest book, Good Fat, Bad Fat, is now available for purchase. Another round of Phat Fudge is coming. The stuff is addicting and sells out fast, so use PK10 to grab 10% off your pre-order while you can. Research of the Week Tylenol reduces empathy. Women’s pelvises narrow as they age. A […]

15 May

Weekend Link Love – Edition 400

I recently dined with the guys at Power Supply. Check it out along with their recipe using PRIMAL KITCHEN™ Mayo. Speaking of mayo, how about a year’s worth in exchange for your Success Story? Plus, a whole host of free Primal Kitchen products could be just one “like” away. Research of the Week Nitrate rich vegetables (beet juice, spinach […]

8 May

Weekend Link Love – Edition 399

Host Brad Kearns celebrated the 50th episode of the Primal Endurance Podcast by bringing video into the mix. More to come. Elle Russ, author of the upcoming book, The Paleo Thyroid Solution, chats with Abel James. Research of the Week A third of all antibiotic prescriptions are totally unnecessary. Medical error is the third biggest killer in the US. […]

1 May

Weekend Link Love – Edition 398

I invited an LA Times reporter out for some Ultimate several Sundays back. Sounds like he had a good time. Research of the Week Even folks with genetic predispositions toward depression improve with exercise. Swiss cheese goes way back. Childhood obesity is still increasing. Dark chocolate boosts athletic performance (similar to beets). Deep voices probably evolved […]

24 Apr

Weekend Link Love – Edition 397

Check out my interview with Chris Kresser. I cover the gamut, including my early days as an endurance athlete. Research of the Week The same genes that determined our big brains may have also given us bigger bodies. Sun exposure during pregnancy may help prevent asthma in the unborn. Avoiding the sun is more dangerous […]

17 Apr

Weekend Link Love – Edition 396

I was on Lewis Howes’ The School of Greatness podcast and had a great time chatting about Primal living, training, and entrepreneurship. Give it a listen. Research of the Week 40 years ago, a landmark study seemed to show that lowering cholesterol by replacing saturated fat with polyunsaturated fat reduced heart disease. Today, hidden data now revealed shows the opposite: […]

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