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
“Good cholesterol” may not be so good in postmenopausal women.
60% of babies born worldwide fail to breastfeed within the first hour, missing a crucial window of nutrition.
Giving doctors a little “nudge” triples statin prescription rates.
Using ultrasound to open the blood brain barrier in Alzheimer’s patients could enable delivery of helpful drugs.
We’re doomed. Robots can guilt us out of turning them off.
Episode 267: CJ Hunt: Host Elle Russ chats with CJ Hunt, producer and host of the first ever Paleo documentary, The Perfect Human Diet.
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Does butter give you fatty liver?
Which states exercise the most (and least)?
Guess I’ll have to shelve the undenatured centipede protein powder Primal Kitchen® was about to unveil.
I dig this Hollywood nutritionist’s smoothie template.
10-point plan I agree with: Laird Hamilton’s, for defying your age and supercharging your body.
Quick Q&A I enjoyed: The one I did with Vibram.
Concept I’ve pondered: Why are people willing spend hundreds of dollars on painful, objectively unpleasant obstacle course races?
Nice post from Gary Taubes: “Thoughts on a Black Swan 2: The Hadza and Honey”
Miscellaneous news I enjoyed: Crickets are good for your gut.
One year ago (Jul 29– Aug 4)
“Just the other day I was thinking about frozen animals “coming back to life”. I once carried in firewood for the wood stove in the winter with two wasps encased in ice on one or two pieces. I had the fire going after and was on the computer, which was next to the stove, when I felt something on my arm. It was one of the wasps. Then after I got rid of it, I saw the other one crawling around, which I got rid of too (they went from cold to really, really warm). Prior to that experience I was not aware that wasps had the ability to be cryogenically preserved.”
– Interesting, Animanarchy.