True psychopaths aren’t all that bright.
The evolution of short sleep duration in humans may have left us vulnerable to Alzheimer’s.
The link between the gut and hypertension.
Episode 152: Dr. Cate Shanahan Part 2: Dr. Cate and host Brad Kearns continue the conversation from last week.
Each week, select Mark’s Daily Apple blog posts are prepared as Primal Blueprint Podcasts. Need to catch up on reading, but don’t have the time? Prefer to listen to articles while on the go? Check out the new blog post podcasts below, and subscribe to the Primal Blueprint Podcast here so you never miss an episode.
Are you spending the fitness you’ve accrued?
Does a ketogenic diet increase the risk of malignant melanoma? It depends on what kind of fat you use to make your ketones.
The potato industry sets its sights on the ancestral health community. Haven’t they read our posts on resistant starch?
What Neanderthal ancestry means for us.
New weight loss hack: salmon sashimi.
Will tech finally conquer health care?
Upcoming online summit where I’m presenting: The Autoimmune Revolution Summit. If you have any interest in learning to treat autoimmune conditions with lifestyle and dietary practices, sign up today for the free event.
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Video I can’t describe any better: Man destroys yellowjacket nest with bare hands.
Interview I did: Discussing the books that most impacted (and impact) my life with The Reading Lists.
Proof the future is now: In-vitro fetuses growing better in the presence of techno music.
Concept I found fascinating: Sex as biological communication.
One year ago (Jan 22-Jan 28)
“Thank you for the suggestions which “freak the neighbors out.” The courage and willingness to do this are (I say very sincerely) maybe the biggest foundation stone to getting healthy. Thanks again”
– I completely agree, Cynthia Weitzman. I’d even extend that to “doing anything meaningful.” Without being willing to look silly or frighten others’ sensibilities, you’ll miss out on too much.