Posts Tagged ‘Mark Sisson’

Primal Dissent: My Dialogue With Mark Sisson

Saturday, July 24, 2010 12:18 11 Comments

My new interview-dialogue with Mark Sisson has been published on LewRockwell.com today. It’s an unusual interview with an unusual guy, discussing conventional wisdom, lazy modernism, food myths, and exercise fiction.

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Healthy, Moving, Modern Humans

Wednesday, March 17, 2010 7:21 10 Comments

My latest article is up at LewRockwell.com: Healthy, Moving, Modern Humans – Not Cavemen. The LRC page introduces the article as “Eat like a Cavemen,” but please ignore that BS. As I state in the article, the caveman moniker has seen enough dinosaur shit to last a lifetime. It’s not about “cavemen” – it’s about [...]

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Primal Life: Diet and Health

Saturday, January 23, 2010 16:10 25 Comments

People write me often and ask about resources, books, websites, etc. that point to the primal/paleo lifestyle/diet I often refer to in my posts such as this one. I’ve undergone a somewhat long and exploratory process to get to the point where I am now eating only fresh, whole, natural foods - real foods, such as [...]

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For the Paleo-Primal Mark Sissonites

Friday, August 14, 2009 10:29 2 Comments

The 2 Blowhards have put together a two-part interview with primal-paleo guru Mark Sisson. Part I is here and Part II is here. But first I would read Michael’s excellent “introduction” of Mark Sisson and how he came to live the healthy lifestyle as opposed to following conventional wisdom.

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KDC Linked on Mark’s Daily Apple

Sunday, July 12, 2009 17:13 2 Comments

I got a nice link from Mark Sisson’s Daily Apple, and I consider that to be quite an honor. Mark linked up my ‘downtown Detroit lunchtime decathlon‘ post. Mark’s Daily Apple is the premier website for paleo-primal fitness, nutrition, food, and health matters. He’s the author of Primal Blueprint, a book I will review for [...]

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