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The Carnivore Diet: Pros, Cons, and Suggestions

All-meat diets are growing in popularity. There are the cryptocurrency carnivores. There’s the daughter of the ascendant Jordan B. Peterson, Mikhaila Peterson, who’s using a carnivorous diet to stave off a severe autoimmune disease that almost killed her as a child. The most prominent carnivore these days, Dr. Shawn Baker (who appears to eat only grilled ribeyes (at home) and burger patties (on the go), recently appeared on the Joe Rogan Experience and Robb Wolf’s podcast, and is always breaking world records on the rower. Tons of other folks are eating steak and littleRead More


Summer Preview: What’s In Store For Mark’s Daily Apple

Where I’m from, snow showers aren’t unheard of over graduation weekends. To this day, I hold to the traditional “Memorial Day to Labor Day” timeline—and, well, here we are finally (or almost anyway). I love summer, which may explain why I fled to Southern California decades ago and just recently migrated to Miami, where life is just as awesome. But even in these warm locales, I still get excited for the summer months themselves. There’s a more casual, maybe even improvisational rhythm, a deeper focus on relaxation, more intention towardRead More


Summer Preview: What’s In Store For Mark’s Daily Apple

Where I’m from, snow showers aren’t unheard of over graduation weekends. To this day, I hold to the traditional “Memorial Day to Labor Day” timeline—and, well, here we are finally (or almost anyway). I love summer, which may explain why I fled to Southern California decades ago and just recently migrated to Miami, where life is just as awesome. But even in these warm locales, I still get excited for the summer months themselves. There’s a more casual, maybe even improvisational rhythm, a deeper focus on relaxation, more intention towardRead More


Summer Preview: What’s In Store For Mark’s Daily Apple

Where I’m from, snow showers aren’t unheard of over graduation weekends. To this day, I hold to the traditional “Memorial Day to Labor Day” timeline—and, well, here we are finally (or almost anyway). I love summer, which may explain why I fled to Southern California decades ago and just recently migrated to Miami, where life is just as awesome. But even in these warm locales, I still get excited for the summer months themselves. There’s a more casual, maybe even improvisational rhythm, a deeper focus on relaxation, more intention towardRead More


Summer Preview: What’s In Store For Mark’s Daily Apple

Where I’m from, snow showers aren’t unheard of over graduation weekends. To this day, I hold to the traditional “Memorial Day to Labor Day” timeline—and, well, here we are finally (or almost anyway). I love summer, which may explain why I fled to Southern California decades ago and just recently migrated to Miami, where life is just as awesome. But even in these warm locales, I still get excited for the summer months themselves. There’s a more casual, maybe even improvisational rhythm, a deeper focus on relaxation, more intention towardRead More


Dear Mark: More On Women and Fasting

Last week, I updated an older post on women and intermittent fasting. For today’s edition of Dear Mark, I’ll be answering some of the comments and questions from that post. First, should a lean woman with a stressful life try fasting to heal her gut? Maybe, maybe not. Second, does coffee break a fast? Now, where have I heard that one…? Is a 12-hour fast a good starting point for women? What are the IF “pre-reqs”? And finally, what do we make of women who can fast successfully? Does habituationRead More


Weekend Link Love — Edition 504

Research of the Week Healthy food rules at home stick outside of the home. CBD (marijuana compound that doesn’t get you high) reduces seizures. Smart people’s neurons have fewer connections. People who live in small towns and rural areas are happiest, at least in Canada. New Primal Blueprint Podcasts Episode 245: Wayne Levine: Host Elle Russ chats with Wayne Levine, who coaches men and helps them become the best fathers, leaders, husbands, and authentic human beings they can be. Each week, select Mark’s Daily Apple blog posts are prepared asRead More


One Sheet-Pan Shrimp and Broccoli with PRIMAL KITCHEN® Sesame Ginger Vinaigrette and Marinade

Primal Kitchen® Sesame Ginger Vinaigrette makes this meal a snap to cook. The dressing provides all the flavor, transforming roasted broccoli and shrimp into an incredible meal with sweet, sour and mildly spicy flavors. Broccoli really soaks up the dressing well. You’ll probably find yourself cooking broccoli this way again and again, even without the shrimp. This one-sheet pan meal is easy to cook, and easy to clean up after. It’s a keeper, for sure. Servings: 4 Time in the Kitchen: 30 minutes Ingredients 1-pound shrimp, shelled and deveined (450Read More


One Sheet-Pan Shrimp and Broccoli with PRIMAL KITCHEN® Sesame Ginger Vinaigrette and Marinade

Primal Kitchen® Sesame Ginger Vinaigrette makes this meal a snap to cook. The dressing provides all the flavor, transforming roasted broccoli and shrimp into an incredible meal with sweet, sour and mildly spicy flavors. Broccoli really soaks up the dressing well. You’ll probably find yourself cooking broccoli this way again and again, even without the shrimp. This one-sheet pan meal is easy to cook, and easy to clean up after. It’s a keeper, for sure. Servings: 4 Time in the Kitchen: 30 minutes Ingredients 1-pound shrimp, shelled and deveined (450Read More


One Sheet-Pan Shrimp and Broccoli with PRIMAL KITCHEN® Sesame Ginger Vinaigrette and Marinade

Primal Kitchen® Sesame Ginger Vinaigrette makes this meal a snap to cook. The dressing provides all the flavor, transforming roasted broccoli and shrimp into an incredible meal with sweet, sour and mildly spicy flavors. Broccoli really soaks up the dressing well. You’ll probably find yourself cooking broccoli this way again and again, even without the shrimp. This one-sheet pan meal is easy to cook, and easy to clean up after. It’s a keeper, for sure. Servings: 4 Time in the Kitchen: 30 minutes Ingredients 1-pound shrimp, shelled and deveined (450Read More


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