Month: October 2018
Most people chalk urinary incontinence and excessive urgency up to age. We get old, stuff stops working, we wake up to wet sheets. Cue jokes about adult diapers and investing in “Depends” futures. It’s not entirely out of line. Aging matters. There’s just more to it. Like other aspects of “aging,” incontinence and unreasonable urgency don’t just “happen.” Aging may hasten or accompany the decline, but it’s by no means inevitable, unavoidable, or unmitigated.
There are surgical treatments available, many of which involve the implantation of balloons and slings and rings and hammocks. Those are beyond the scope of this post, which will focus on exercises and other less invasive interventions and preventive measures.
Last week, Craig Emmerich graced us with a great post on the oxidative priority of various dietary fuel sources, namely fats, carbohydrates, and protein.
If you haven’t had the chance to read through Craig’s post, definitely do. The visuals really drive home the point of fuel priority. Visuals appeal to me. They have a way of sticking with you, and there’s a power in recalling them when you’re making daily choices.
Today, I’m going through and answering some of the questions you folks had in the comment board.
Research of the Week
Keto enhances fat loss without compromising performance in powerlifters and Olympic weightlifters.
Space travel compresses the brain, and the effects linger for months after returning planetside.
The shape and size of birth canals differ by population.
Youngsters with type 1 diabetes tend to have gut biomes that are low in the bacteria that produce short chain fatty acids and ferment human milk oligosaccharides.
Hey everybody, I know some of you are stopping in this morning for your Sunday dose of salient news—all the latest on epigenetic findings, human oddities, and other Primal worthy items.
No worries. We’re not abandoning Weekend Link Love, but we are rescheduling it—this time to Mondays—and adding to it for good measure. You’ll find all the things you love—latest research, stuff I’m up to and interested in, quote of the week (and more)—on Monday mornings, right when you’re just about ready for that first morning break and second cup of coffee.
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In the meantime, have a great weekend.
Hey all, I know some of you are stopping in this morning wondering where the usual recipe is. Where’s the beef marrow? Where’s the sweet meats? Where’s the roasted veggies?
Fear not. The team and I will be bringing you the same Primal fare as always, but we’re in the midst of adjusting our publishing schedule to reach more folks during the week. Look for more robust recipes and food related articles on Thursdays from here on out. We’ve got some great meal prep ideas and warm autumn dinners coming up—along with a truly Grok-size Thanksgiving menu to come.
In the meantime, see what you may have missed in our recipe archive and on Primal Kitchen’s blog. (They’ve got Keto Donuts and Halloween-themed Deviled Eggs over there this week.) Enjoy your weekend, and I’ll see you back here Monday to unveil the new lineup. Take care.
It’s Friday, everyone! And that means another Primal Blueprint Real Life Story from a Mark’s Daily Apple reader. If you have your own success story and would like to share it with me and the Mark’s Daily Apple community please contact me here. I’ll continue to publish these each Friday as long as they keep coming in. Thank you for reading!
Hello Mark and the Primal Blueprint community! I usually don’t do stuff like this, but like many others who have discovered the Primal Blueprint path, it’s changed my life in such a positive way that it’s hard not to share. Growing up I was always athletic – trim, quick, and agile. I excelled in every physical activity I was into, without much effort. Karate, soccer, skateboarding, snowboarding, surfing, even golf came easy for me. Within my group of friends, I was the guy that was better at everything than everyone else (at least in my mind LOL). It seemed like I could maintain this level of health and physical ability forever.