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Primal Guide to Allulose Sweetener

A few months back, I put Swerve under the proverbial microscope. This time I’m looking at a relative newcomer in the alternative sweetener field. Allulose is quickly growing in popularity, since it’s both naturally occurring and virtually identical to table sugar in taste and texture. Then there’s the claim of sidestepping many of the ill-health effects associated with many other sweeteners. I know many of you are with me when I bring a sizable dose of skepticism to these kinds of bold proclamations. So, I did my own research, askingRead More


Primal Guide to Allulose Sweetener

A few months back, I put Swerve under the proverbial microscope. This time I’m looking at a relative newcomer in the alternative sweetener field. Allulose is quickly growing in popularity, since it’s both naturally occurring and virtually identical to table sugar in taste and texture. Then there’s the claim of sidestepping many of the ill-health effects associated with many other sweeteners. I know many of you are with me when I bring a sizable dose of skepticism to these kinds of bold proclamations. So, I did my own research, askingRead More


Primal Guide to Allulose Sweetener

A few months back, I put Swerve under the proverbial microscope. This time I’m looking at a relative newcomer in the alternative sweetener field. Allulose is quickly growing in popularity, since it’s both naturally occurring and virtually identical to table sugar in taste and texture. Then there’s the claim of sidestepping many of the ill-health effects associated with many other sweeteners. I know many of you are with me when I bring a sizable dose of skepticism to these kinds of bold proclamations. So, I did my own research, askingRead More


Primal Guide to Allulose Sweetener

A few months back, I put Swerve under the proverbial microscope. This time I’m looking at a relative newcomer in the alternative sweetener field. Allulose is quickly growing in popularity, since it’s both naturally occurring and virtually identical to table sugar in taste and texture. Then there’s the claim of sidestepping many of the ill-health effects associated with many other sweeteners. I know many of you are with me when I bring a sizable dose of skepticism to these kinds of bold proclamations. So, I did my own research, askingRead More


Primal Guide to Allulose Sweetener

A few months back, I put Swerve under the proverbial microscope. This time I’m looking at a relative newcomer in the alternative sweetener field. Allulose is quickly growing in popularity, since it’s both naturally occurring and virtually identical to table sugar in taste and texture. Then there’s the claim of sidestepping many of the ill-health effects associated with many other sweeteners. I know many of you are with me when I bring a sizable dose of skepticism to these kinds of bold proclamations. So, I did my own research, askingRead More


Dear Mark: Japan and Meat, Circadian-Friendly Nightlights, Barefoot Hiking Tips

For today’s edition of Dear Mark, I’m answering three questions from readers. First up, what was my main takeaway from the “Japan and meat” video posted last week? Second, are there any circadian-friendly nightlights—ones that don’t negatively affect our natural secretion of melatonin or disrupt our circadian rhythm? And finally, what are my tips for barefoot hiking? How can someone get their feet acquainted with the natural ground, deal with sharp rocks and gravel, and learn to enjoy their barefoot experience in nature? Let’s go: Sharperhawk wrote: That video onRead More


Weekend Link Love — Edition 511

Research of the Week Open workspaces impair collaboration, cause workers to “withdraw” from face-to-face social contact (PDF). Skinny-fat isn’t just a bad look. It presages Alzheimer’s. Speaking of which, melatonin shows promise at staving off Alzheimer’s. Aspirin, too. If you want to be insulin-resistant, use a night light. Yet another study shows the benefits of green spaces, including lower risks of disease and early death, less stress and anxiety, and better sleep. New Primal Blueprint Podcasts Episode 259: Dr. Erin Fall Haskell: Host Elle Russ chats with Dr. Erin, creatorRead More


Coconut Tamari Pork Chops

A quick marinade also makes a delicious, lip-smacking sauce for these juicy pan-seared pork chops. Tamari, lime juice, coconut aminos and coconut milk blend into a sweet/salty marinade that’s simply amazing with pork. Simmer the same marinade into a sauce, and you’ll be licking your plate clean. If you can, use bone-in pork chops every time. They’re so much juicier and less likely to turn into flavorless rubber. Although if anything could give more flavor to a boneless pork chop, this marinade and sauce combination is it. Servings: 2 CookingRead More


The Quest For a Good Life

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 publish these each Friday as long as they keep coming in. Thank you for reading! “To inspire people to be their best and love the journey so they get the most out of life and make the world a better place.” – Benj’s WHY:Read More


A “Don’t Miss” FREE Documentary: The Real Skinny On Fat

On July 17th, you’ll be able to watch (at no cost to you) an extensive interview documentary that I’d highly recommend—that is, if you’re interested in learning about keto for weight loss, performance, and disease treatment; about fasting, autophagy, and (healthy) fat intake for chronic disease prevention and treatment; and about targeted, manageable fitness for anyone who’s interested in improving their health. I was happy to participate in the documentary and now share it with you as an affiliate supporter of its essential message for health. It’s called The Real SkinnyRead More


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