Fitness

Weekly Link Love — Edition 29
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Research of the Week Scientists can’t quantify what makes a good liar. Medieval English peasants ate mostly meat stew, cheese, fruits, and vegetables. Bowel cancer rates rise among young adults. Researchers identify two gut bacteria linked to mental health. In mice, a keto diet lowers schizophrenia symptoms, partially by modulating the gut biome. New Primal […]

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Join Us For the FREE June Keto Reset! (Plus, Take Advantage Of An Incredible Deal!)
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Have you been thinking about going keto—or recommitting to a keto routine? Are you looking to lose extra pounds? Enhance your fat-burning ability and metabolic flexibility? Improve your energy levels and general well-being to kick off summer? Then you’ll want to join us for the June Keto Reset. It’s one month of personal guidance, exclusive […]

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Postpartum Body Image: Primal Perspective
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Today’s post was inspired by a question that came in from a reader who is struggling with depression and body image issues after having children. I asked my colleague Dr. Lindsay Taylor, being a psychologist and a mother herself, to step in. Having witnessed all the wondrous changes that women’s bodies go through during and […]

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Keto Convenience Foods: What To Try (and What To Skip)
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If you read any of those “10 Reasons Keto is the Worst” articles out there, the common anti-keto argument you’ll see is that it’s too hard. The premise: keto must be unsustainable because eating meat, eggs, avocados, veggies, nuts, coconut, etc. is just too arduous long term. I’m sure you can guess how I feel […]

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If you’re dumb, there are lots of good ways to have a bad time at a national park
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By John Kelly, The Washington Post Frankly, I’m amazed anyone gets out of Yellowstone alive. The national park was the place readers mentioned most often when I invited them to share unsafe tourist behavior they’ve observed. Bridget Collins went to Yellowstone in 2002. Like every visitor, she was handed a packet of information when she arrived. […]

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Dear Mark: CBD Edition
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For today’s edition of Dear Mark, I’ll be answering your CBD questions from the past few weeks. CBD, or cannabidiol, is exploding in popularity, but there are many unknowns. People have a lot of questions and there aren’t many definitive or comprehensive guides, so today I’ll do my best to make sense of it. We’re […]

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Introducing the Primal Cooking Series!
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As I mentioned in last week’s Success Story post, I’m unveiling something new today—a new cooking series I call “Primal + Keto Cooking Made Easy.” My co-author for the Keto Reset cookbooks and leader of the Keto Reset Facebook group, Dr. Lindsay Taylor and I are in the kitchen preparing a great set of Primal […]

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