Olympic triathlete Simon Whitfield gives some darn good training advice on Healthynomics. He even mentions a few familiar names (cough, cough).
Karl had been warned about low-carb eating. He knew the risks and the horror stories. Nevertheless, Karl made the grave mistake of living Primal and now he is suffering from the detrimental consequences…
William Li delivers an eye opening speech about cancer at TED. The “answer to cancer” may lie in eating the right foods, and if you’ve been living Primal, you may be quite familiar with the foods on his list.
If you’re new to the blog, perhaps you stumbled on my site a couple weeks ago and you’re wondering what’s up with the crazy footwear in the header photos. It’s time to learn about the barefoot side of Primal living. Read Zen Habits‘ complete beginner’s guide to barefoot running.
I’d say the folks competing at this sport are definitely breaking Primal Blueprint Law #9.
- The Clothes Make the Girl introduces the world to Primal Scotch eggs. For non-Scots, that’s an egg encased in sausage. Oh yeah.
- Learn how to make bacon fruit cups over at Instructables. Yes, the cups are made of bacon. (Nix all the sugar if you actually end up making these.)
One year ago (May 16 – 22)
- 80/20 Principle – Strive for perfection, but don’t let the perfect be the enemy of the good.
- The “Grok Crawl” – A simple, Primal exercise that works many muscle groups and comes in handy every time you find yourself in a small tunnel.
Comment of the Week
Maybe that’s a big reason why many humans like pets so much. We can fulfill primal needs for touching and nurturing without the hassle of dealing with human social graces. For instance, it’s amazing how many ‘macho’ men will lapse into extreme levels of cutsy baby talk when they think they are alone with their pets!
Eva from The Power of Touch