Most camp food is terrible or the opposite of Primal. Or both. It’s either an expensive REI tetrapak full of wheat flour, dehydrated “meat,” and desiccated Crisco, a Dough Boy, or the entirely overrated s’more. I’ll get flak for that last one, but I don’t care. S’mores...
If you’ve been curious about shirataki noodles but haven’t tried them yet, this recipe is exactly what you need. It shows how easy it is to prepare shirataki noodles and satisfy your cravings for an Asian-inspired noodle dish. Shirataki noodles don’t have much flavor on their own,...
One of the biggest mistakes I see among people who exercise is they forget this core truth: we get fitter not from training, but from recovering from training. This doesn’t just occur in beginners either. Some of the most experienced, hardest-charging athletes I know fail to...
This gorgeous summertime parfait is infused with healthy fat and flavor from ingredients like macadamia nuts, coconut and full-fat dairy. A few teaspoons of gelatin make this dessert rich and creamy—and also benefit your skin, sleep, gut health and tissue repair. You’ll find this treat incredibly creamy,...
Research of the Week Bigger waists, lower vitamin D. People with severe mental illnesses are more likely than the general population to have diabetes or pre-diabetes. Broccoli sprouts improve symptoms in kids with autism. Gene-editing with CRISPR might cause cancer. New Primal Blueprint Podcasts Episode 253: Karen Martel: Host Elle Russ chats with Karen Martel, a certified Transformational Nutrition...
Research of the Week Swapping out carbs for nuts does wonders. Doctors don’t listen to and often interrupt their patients. Young kids innately malign free riders. Self-esteem peaks at age 60 and doesn’t decline until age 70. The “obesity paradox” is explained by low-lean mass, not low-fat mass. “Extra” muscle is...
It’s Friday, everyone! And that means another Primal Blueprint Real Life Story from a Mark’s Daily Apple reader. If you have your own success story and would like to share it with me and the Mark’s Daily Apple community please contact me here. I’ll continue to...
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