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
Cold water plunges work better than cryotherapy.
In Kenya, kids who are habitually barefoot have healthier feet and lower rates of lower limb injury than habitually shod kids.
Epileptic babies who go keto get better gut biomes. .
Yoga pairs well with a low-FODMAP diet against IBS.
Ancient humans really liked their rice.
Climate change coincided with the shift to agriculture in Europe.
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How to use L-serine to phase shift your circadian rhythm.
If you have treatment-resistant depression, try folate.
Another 30 million customers, coming right up!
A digital pill that tracks when you take it.
Not even zombie Lennon performing “Imagine” on repeat could save us if the entire world went vegan.
In the earliest images of dogs yet discovered, they’re wearing leashes.
Research scientists are trying to figure out how a false study managed to get 400 citations.
I had a great time talking keto, oils, and Ultimate with the Thrive Market folks (and answering reader questions) this week on Facebook Live.
I’m sure they’ve finally nailed manmade fats this time: Bring on the Creamelt 600 LS!
I bought a whole case of these to hand out to friends and family for the big day: Stovetop Stuffing elastic-waist pants.
It bears repeating: Sleep is still really, really important for brain health.
Maybe poor bioavailability is the point: Curcumin improves gut barrier function.
One year ago (Nov 19– Nov 25)
“One day I decided to have a feast of various meats cooked on a shovel head over the fire and when I got full I stopped cooking some chicken that was just cooked on the outside. It ended up on the ground somehow; I think I accidentally knocked over the shovel head after leaving it with the chicken on it sitting on a couple tree branches. My camp was frequented by wildlife looking for food (for example I pretty much had an ongoing war with a family of raccoons – ended up finding one trapped in a dumpster and taking advantage of its helplessness to hit it with some rocks after I got sick of them trying to bluff me out of my camp, sneak up on me, surround me, steal my food etc.) and a chipmunk came over to the chicken and started eating it, clawing through the outside with both “hands” and going for the raw stuff underneath.”
– Glad to have you back, Animanarchy.