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
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If you’re looking for a job and would rather avoid those awkward “donuts in the break room, jar of coconut oil on your desk” moments from the last one, Paleo f(x) is hiring.
Indulging your creativity can fight stress (and help you get more work done).
According to a recent meta-analysis of controlled trials, exercise is really effective against depression.
Episode 66: Annie Botticelli: Annie is a paleo life coach with a unique vision of the universe that informs her practice. Host Elle Russ sits down with her for a chat about guilt, meat eating morality, spirituality, and Primal nutrition. If the incorporation of holistic spirituality with health and wellness interests you, tune in to the episode.
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Let’s stop this in North Carolina before it spreads.
Is it really necessary to stop eating meat to optimize methylation, or is it a bit more complicated than that?
Wired’s guide to buying drought-friendly California produce.
An alarming number of patients receive completely unnecessary and potentially harmful medical procedures, writes Atul Gawande in The New Yorker.
Urban gardening (in traffic medians and other unused public spaces) is now legal in Los Angeles.
The story of Tibetan (yak) butter tea.
The best way to cook a frozen steak (without thawing it first).
Panera Bread (and a ton of other companies) plan to banish a long list of artificial sweeteners, preservatives, flavorings, and colors from their products by 2016. Guess companies are listening, eh?
I’m not so quick to throw “natural” under the bus, but what do you all think about this article?
One year ago (May 11 – May 17)
I’m still shocked that I was raised on margarine and tv dinners and bread and pasta and vegetable oils, but I’m now healthier, faster and stronger in my late 50’s thanks to Primal. 5 years and counting. I’m figuring every cell in the body is different after 7 years, so in 2 years I’ll be 100% certified caveman.
– I’m always amazed at how it’s never too late for anyone to improve their life, no matter the circumstances. That’s probably why I keep doing this every day.