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
Postprandial insulin response just might be the best early predictor of diabetes and heart disease risk.
The average prehistoric woman had stronger arms than today’s average elite woman rower.
It doesn’t matter if you’re healthy. Drinking sugar-sweetened beverages still isn’t good for your vascular function.
Artificial light at night is a novel risk factor for cancer morbidity and metabolic disorders.
Carb restriction paired with interval training is still the best treatment for metabolic dysfunction.
Episode 197: Jacques DeVore: I chat with Jacques DeVore, top strength and conditioning coach, about his revolutionary new book and program for cyclists. Bicycling Maximum Overload for Cyclists shows cyclists how to increase speed and athletic longevity in half the training time.
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Merely thinking you exercise less than your peers—even if it isn’t true—is bad for your longevity.
If you take biotin, know that it can throw off the results of certain lab tests.
Uptown and downtown New York City rats are diverging into different species.
Sprucing up, refining, and retelling your family story can improve your family’s future.
In case you were wondering what to do with all those empty Primal Kitchen mayo jars…
Graphene-fed spiders spin webs that rival the strength of kevlar.
Prehistoric global warming probably made this all possible by melting the glaciers and flushing nutrients into the ocean, kickstarting the development of complex organic life.
If free will exists, modern media is an assault on it.
Article I enjoyed: Modern sports as proxy for war between tribes.
I gotta say, I’m disappointed: The remains of 9 yetis turn out to be the remains of 8 bears and a dog.
Concept I’m pondering: What Western parents don’t teach their children.
Harvey Weinstein would agree: “It seems downright silly and certainly maladaptive for an animal to have sex with a plant.”
I’d certainly prefer it over vainly struggling on life support: LSD for the terminally ill.
One year ago (Dec 3– Dec 9)
“I’m talking about it! Talked about it right here on the Primal Blueprint Podcast, in fact. ? http://blog.primalblueprint.com/episode-174-amy-berger/”