Aaron

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The Best of Mark’s Daily Apple: June 2008

June was a momentous month. We began with the Definitive Guide to the Primal Blueprint and ended with the 30-Day Primal Health Challenge. In between we had great conversations on everything from cold water therapy, carb binging and grains to managing stress, ketosis and nightshades. Revisit your faves or catch an article you missed... this is the best of June '08: Dear Mark: Primal Personal…

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The Best of Mark’s Daily Apple: March 2008

Last month was all about reader participation with comments at an all-time high. Dear Mark: Cheap Meat really got going with an intelligent (though heated at times) debate between meat-eaters and vegetarians. Our Fast Food Indulgence post got some people up in arms about health and personal responsibility. And we got some kind words from you in our 1,000 Posts! post that were highly appreciated…

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Cheap Meat Round II: “Thrift Cuts”

Dear Mark: Cheap Meat? really stirred up a good discussion this week. One particular comment, from reader Anna, was so great we thought we'd publish it (with her permission of course!) as an outright blog post for all of our readers to enjoy. Check out Anna's blog for more of her Against the Grain opinions. Thanks, Anna!

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Crazy Burger Mania! It’s Crazy!

You may have heard by now. Mallie's Sports Bar and Grill in Southgate, MI has created (built? constructed? engineered?) a burger that weighs in at 134 lbs, setting a new Guinness record. Congratulations, Mallie's. You have done your part in giving foreigners the world over ample evidence to believe the notion that American's are just a bunch of obese gluttons.

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CrossFit

Ever heard of it? If you are a regular to MDA and you subscribe to a Primal Health lifestyle I'm guessing it is likely. If not, now you have. Crossfit is a type of physical training that blends power lifting, gymnastics and sprinting. Why do we like it? Because it fairly closely aligns with our Primal fitness philosophy in which variety, weight-bearing activity and anaerobic…

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