Let me introduce myself. My name is Mark Sisson. I’m 63 years young. I live and work in Malibu, California. In a past life I was a professional marathoner and triathlete. Now my life goal is to help 100 million people get healthy. I started this blog in 2006 to empower people to take full responsibility for their own health and enjoyment of life by investigating, discussing, and critically rethinking everything we’ve assumed to be true about health and wellness...Tell Me More
I did a few podcasts recently. First, I talked about the basics of Primal living on the Low Carb Paleo Show. I also chatted with Sam Feltham of Smash the Fat and Chris Martenson of the Peak Prosperity podcast about the primacy of diet in determining our health and genetic destiny.
Long term (5 year) ketosis has no negative effect on bone density and body composition in adults with GLUT-1 deficiency.
Those fMRI studies should be taken with a grain of salt. Active neurons don’t always show increased blood flow.
Yep, extra virgin olive oil is still really good for you. A new study finds that it increases antioxidant levels in healthy humans.
Eight weeks of hatha yoga improves memory and quick thinking.
We are puppets whose masters demand unmodified potato starch as tribute.
Yes, the previous link was satire.
A man recounts his 30 days spent eating Soylent, the liquid “superfood.”
The evolutionary context of ketosis in humans.
Look at all the polysyllabic ingredients in these natural foods.
NBA players are really getting serious about their food (and cutting unnecessary carbs in the off-season).
This guy didn’t fare as well on his liquid diet as the guy I mentioned above.
The recently passed, arguably greatest squash player to ever live learned to play the sport in bare feet.
I’m not sure what this means for the politics of Primal Blueprinters.
Select Whole Foods locations are beginning to roll out rabbit meat, and rabbit activists (yep, those exist) are up in arms.
Now let’s try this for the human zoo.
Is it bad that I find this dystopian vision of the future slightly believable?
One year ago (Aug 24 – Aug 30)
I had a big one too. One day a woman at the park commented on his portly size and asked, “What size diapers does he wear?” I replied, “He does not wear diapers, he wears Petite Depends.”
– Excellent response to a nosey interloper.