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Mark's Daily Apple 10/14/2019 11:56
It's Monday, 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 publish these each Monday as long as they keep coming in. Thank you for reading! Yup, success stories are back! And I'm looking for more. Follow-ups, mid-progress reflections—every story at every stage has the potential to inspire folks out there who are getting started or contemplating a new beginning. Contact me here to share your story—long or not so long. You never know who you'll impact by doing it. Enjoy, everyone! Like many followers of the primal diet and lifestyle, I am an at.
Mark's Daily Apple 10/13/2019 11:00
Pasta night needn't be a thing of the past when you adopt Primal Blueprint eating principles. While there's a host of packaged paleo and even keto pasta choices out there these days, the simplest, whole food option is the humble spaghetti squash. Here we've taken full advantage by using the remaining shell as a festive bowl once we've shredded the "noodles" from the inside. Make yours a totally custom creation with these three delicious Primal recipes. Italian Spaghetti Squash. Servings: 2. Prep Time: 20 minutes. Cook Time: 75 minutes. Ingredients:. 1/2 tsp onion powder. 2 cloves garlic, minced. 1 tsp salt. 1 tsp dried oregano. 1 tsp dried thyme. 6 fresh basil leaves. 1 cup spaghetti squash, cooked and "shredded". 1/2 medium red onion, sliced. 1 green p.
Mark's Daily Apple 10/11/2019 10:52
The ketogenic diet has exploded in popularity over the last few years. Hordes of people are using it to lose body fat, overcome metabolic diseases, improve their endurance performance, attain steady energy levels, make their brain work better, and control seizures. And increasing numbers of researchers and personal experimenters are even exploring the utility of ketogenic diets in preventing and/or treating cancer. After all, back in the early part of the 20th century, Warburg discovered an important characteristic of most cancer cells: they generate their energy by burning glucose. If a particular cancer loves glucose, what happens if you reduce its presence in your body and start burning fat and ketones instead? It's taken a while, but th.
Mark's Daily Apple 10/09/2019 14:28
A special thanks to Aimee McNew at Paleohacks.com for today's Whole30® recipe roundup. Autumn is abundant with hearty and savory foods, but that doesn’t mean salad season has to be over. The best thing about autumn salads? You can get a bowlful of plentiful veggies in hearty mixes that often work better as the main dish, rather than a skimpy side! These 23 Paleo recipes for fall salads are filled with seasonal flavors like pumpkin, apples, pecans, and warm herbs and spices like ginger and nutmeg. Then, you’ll drizzle everything in warm dressings with autumn ingredients like sweet maple syrup and tangy apple cider vinegar! These naturally one-pot salads come together quickly and easily, so you can enjoy them for quick weeknight dinners or pr.
Mark's Daily Apple 10/08/2019 11:58
As you might have noticed, I've been doing more mini-videos about my daily routines, training regimens, and other thoughts on health. After some initial trepidation and a lot of demand from readers, I find I actually really enjoy doing them. They're a great way to get a quick take on a topic and give a visual representation of all this stuff I talk about on the blog. They don't take that long to make. People like them, find them helpful. It's actually the perfect medium to complement my writing. In the past, I've done videos on a broad range of topics: active workstations, standup paddling, Ultimate Frisbee, the evolution of my fitness routine and outlook, microworkouts, slacklining, and my coffee routine. Today, I'm showing a video about m.
Mark's Daily Apple 10/06/2019 11:00
Keto eating should always put nutrients first, but there's nothing wrong with having treat recipes on hand for when you're making the conscious choice to enjoy something sweet. This recipe offers it all—whole food, Primal friendly ingredients for whipping up either a Primal brownie batch...or a keto version. You'll enjoy the rich texture and deep chocolate taste without the typical sugar rush. Tips: This recipe has a primal option sweetened with dates and a keto option sweetened with a granulated monk fruit sweetener. Feel free to use Swerve in lieu of the monk fruit. These brownies are extra fudgy and taste even better after being refrigerated, so we highly recommend allowing them to cool, cutting them and then placing them in the fridge f.
Mark's Daily Apple 10/02/2019 15:00
In response to the recent post on whey vs. collagen, a number of readers wrote in asking about pea protein. Today, I'm going to compare the two. Before I begin, let's get this out of the way: I'm biased toward whey protein. I sell the stuff. But the reason I sell whey protein is because I really like it, not the other way around. All my products are things that solved a problem I was having, an itch I needed to scratch. I made Primal Kitchen Mayo with avocado oil because I couldn't find one without industrial seed oils and I didn't want to make it fresh every time I wanted tuna salad. I put together Adaptogenic Calm (formerly Primal Calm) to help me and my buddies recover from heavy training. And so on. I made Primal Fuel out of whey protei.
Mark's Daily Apple 09/30/2019 12:21
It's Monday, 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 publish these each Monday as long as they keep coming in. Thank you for reading! Yup, success stories are back! And I'm looking for more. Follow-ups, mid-progress reflections—every story at every stage has the potential to inspire folks out there who are getting started or contemplating a new beginning. Contact me here to share your story—long or not so long. You never know who you'll impact by doing it. Enjoy, everyone! I honestly didn’t see this coming…. I’ve been blessed with good
Mark's Daily Apple 09/29/2019 11:00
There’s such simplicity in pairing a delicious pasta sauce with zoodles or spaghetti squash, but sometimes you want to pull out all of the stops. When you feel like getting fancy, this Primal pasta is the perfect idea! Since the Primal pasta recipe is not low-carb, we’ve also included a Keto option that is cheese based. Keep in mind that the Paleo recipe is a boiled pasta, while the Keto option is baked. The recipes look a little involved, but the basic premise is: form dough, cut into pasta, and boil. If you're following the Primal recipe, coconut milk and chopped kale is added to the pasta to provide more texture and body. If the Primal pasta dough seems to wet, add additional tapioca starch 1 teaspoon at a time. The Keto pasta recipe is
Mark's Daily Apple 09/26/2019 16:23
A special thanks to Aimee McNew at Paleohacks.com for today's Whole30® recipe roundup. Yup, you can be a vegetarian and still do a Whole30 challenge. Find out how to plan a simple menu with veggie-friendly recipes that include breakfast, lunch, and dinner. What is Whole30 anyway? Whole30 is a 30-day challenge that’s similar to the Paleo diet, but with a few more restrictions. It excludes Paleo-friendly sweeteners (like honey and maple syrup), baked goods, alcohol, and most desserts. Although the Paleo lifestyle incorporates gluten-free desserts, Whole30 believes you should hold off on them for the 30 days. The purpose is to reset how your mind thinks about sweets in the first place, so you no longer get the urges or cravings. While the chal.
Mark's Daily Apple 09/24/2019 12:06
For today's edition of Dear Mark, I'm answering six questions from some of my Twitter followers. Yesterday, I asked the community for questions and got some great ones in return. For instance, how much oily fish should one eat each week? And how does diet and nutrition influence posture and coordination? Third, how should a low-carb diet affect acid reflux? Fourth, is there a good replacement for whey protein? Fifth, does milk with your coffee break a fast? And sixth, how does one stop viewing and using food as an indulgence? I'll get to the rest next time. Let's go: I’m wondering, should the average person limit oily fish per week? Kresser says eat up to a pound. Masterjohn says fish PUFA should be no more than 4-8 ounces per week. I'll de.
Mark's Daily Apple 09/22/2019 11:00
In a perfect world, we’d all sit down every morning to a leisurely, healthy breakfast. In the real world, however, we’ve all done our share of eating breakfast in our cars, on the bus, or at our work stations Sometimes, where you eat the breakfast you grabbed on your way out the door can’t be helped. What can be helped, however, is what you eat. Keep in mind that while omelet muffins are perfect for breakfast on the go, they’d also be great for a weekend brunch. Double the recipe and make a dozen. Then, make time to sit down with family or friends and enjoy the type of long, leisurely breakfast that’s so hard to come by during the week. The beauty of these omelet muffins? What you mix in for added flavor is up to you. Anything you love addi.
Mark's Daily Apple 09/20/2019 10:38
Research of the Week. Anemia during the first 30 weeks of pregnancy raises the risk of autism and ADHD in the offspring. Alzheimer's patients who ate 20 grams of medium chain triglycerides every day—with no other changes—improved cognitive function. Introverts experience increased well-being when they act like extroverts. Panic: you feel it in the bones? New Primal Blueprint Podcasts. Episode 374: Dude Spellings Part 2: Host Brad Kearns welcomes Dude back to the podcast to talk about destroying self-limiting beliefs and flawed childhood programming, and what it was like crossing the Grand Canyon on no food. Episode 375: Dr. Andrew Weil, MD: Host Elle Russ chats with the world-famous international expert on medicinal plants, integrative medici.
Mark's Daily Apple 09/19/2019 12:57
Good morning, folks. Today's awesome post is offered up by Primal Health Coach Chris Redig. Are you struggling to see results at the gym? Has your strength training hit a dead end? Maybe you’ve noticed that lifting heavy things doesn’t automatically build muscle. It doesn’t automatically get results. There’s nothing worse than putting in the work but seeing no benefits. Carving time out of a busy schedule to lift heavy things is already a Herculean effort. That time needs to be productive. So, if you’re struggling to get results, here are the ten most likely reasons. 1) You're Not Fully Motivated (Yet) Building a lean muscular physique takes considerable work. There’s nothing quick or easy about it. To maintain your motivation, it helps to
Mark's Daily Apple 09/18/2019 13:42
I've been around the block. I've spent thousands upon thousands of hours in the gym, on the track, on the bike, in the water. I've tasted glory and defeat. I've been sidelined with injuries, I've gone stretches where I felt invincible. I've trained with, and trained, some of the best to ever do it. And along the way, I learned a lot: what to do, what not to do, what matters, what doesn't. Last week a comment from a reader gave me a great idea for a post: Give fitness advice to younger Groks. Help them avoid the mistakes I made and capitalize on the wins. Let's get right to it. "Gain As Much Muscle As You Can Through Natural Means." Lean mass, which primarily includes muscle mass but also connective tissue and organ reserve, is in my opinion.
Mark's Daily Apple 09/17/2019 15:11
For today's edition of Dear Mark, I'm answering four questions. First, is psyllium husk insoluble or soluble fiber? Second, how do I structure my hex bar deadlift workouts? I give a couple options. Third, what kind of training (and eating) should a person do who doesn't want to gain much muscle or "get big"—just strong? And fourth, what do I think about isometric strength training? Let's go: Insoluble fiber may be linked to increased colorectal cancer mortality. Question: is psyllium husk the insoluble fiber they are referring to in this study that was associated with increased colon cancer? I’ve read it several times and I’m confused. Some prebiotics are included in my probiotics like MOS and inulin. I think these are soluble. Am I right?
Mark's Daily Apple 09/16/2019 11:57
It's Monday, 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 publish these each Monday as long as they keep coming in. Thank you for reading! Yup, success stories are back! And I'm looking for more. Follow-ups, mid-progress reflections—every story at every stage has the potential to inspire folks out there who are getting started or contemplating a new beginning. Contact me here to share your story. You never know who you'll impact by doing it. Enjoy, everyone! It has been 8 years since the start of our journey so going back to the beginning af.
Mark's Daily Apple 09/12/2019 12:18
A special thanks to Aimee McNew at Paleohacks.com for today's keto recipe roundup. Trying a Whole30® can be a great way to refresh your diet or routine. If you’re already busy or overloaded with life, you might wonder how you have enough time to do even more prepping or cooking. The Whole30 diet means doing 30 days (or longer) of a restricted version of Paleo. Any added sweeteners, even those that are Paleo, are not allowed, and neither are Paleo baked goods or alcohol. Foods like soy, dairy, grains, and other non-Paleo foods are definitely off the table. While it can feel restrictive, it’s only for a month—and it’s a great way to give yourself a dietary reset. Going Whole30 recipes don’t have to be time-intensive or complicated. These 15 r.
Mark's Daily Apple 09/11/2019 12:31
If you've been here for any appreciable amount of time, you know how insane my fitness routine used to be. I used to run 10-20 miles EVERY SINGLE DAY. A "short ride" would be 100 miles. Uphill. Rest days? I'd rest when I was physically unable to move. It wasn't even a fitness routine because it was counterproductive. It didn't make me fitter in the holistic sense. I wasn't even very strong, mobile, or explosive. I was "fit" only in a single domain. And, sure, I could run and bike and swim long distances faster than most, but it ruined my health as well as took a toll on my family life, my social life, my ability to play and have fun, and my happiness. These days all those other things are just as important as my ability to churn out physica.
Mark's Daily Apple 09/10/2019 11:11
For today's edition of Dear Mark, I'm answering a few questions. First came in from an email and regards a new study showing a link between chicken eating and several types of cancers (melanoma, prostate cancer, non-Hodgkin's lymphoma) among British adults. What do I think of the study? Second, did I really tell people not to neuter or spay their dogs? Third, can dogs take collagen powder, and if not, are there any alternatives? And last, I address a comment about early time restricted feeding. Let's go: Hey Mark, What are your thoughts on this study that showed a link between chicken consumption and cancer? https://www.9news.com.au/national/eating-chicken-cancer-link-oxford-university-uk-study-health-news-australia-world/6944a0bd-20dc-44b9.

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