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pIt’s Friday, everyone! And that means another a title=”Success Stories” href=””Primal Blueprint Real Life Story/a from a Mark#8217;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 a title=”Contact Me!” href=”” target=”_self”here/a. I’ll continue to publish these each Friday as long as they keep coming in. Thank you for reading!/p
pimg class=”alignright” title=”Primal Blueprint Real Life Story” src=”” alt=”real life stories stories 1 2″ width=”320″ height=”240″ /My name is Hilton. I’m Brazilian and was born in 1976 to a family of heavy drinkers, heavy smokers, and heavy carb eaters (they were heavy meat eaters too, a point I can’t deny). Many of them were obese and loaded with diabetes and hypertension./p
pAs a kid, one could say I had the body type of a frog: skinny arms and legs with a big belly—and […]

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How to Deal with Health “Noise”

pimg class=”alignright” src=”” alt=”noise” width=”320″ height=”213″ title=”How to Deal with Health Noise” /Among the most important truths I’ve come to believe over time is the need to be selective in life. Selective with relationships. Selective with experiences. Selective with purchases. Selective with information. Selective with messages (whether they come from a title=”The Definitive Guide to Conventional Wisdom” href=”” target=”_blank”outside sources/a or, on occasion, a title=”The Stories We Tell Ourselves” href=”” target=”_blank”my own head/a). Like it or not, we have limited time and energy in a day #8211; and in a life. While some people respond to this fact with frantic scurrying or a miserly parsing out of minutes, I’ve found the best approach for me is to winnow what I want or need to give attention to what#8217;s most important. It’s part spirit of simplicity and part defense of sanity, particularly when you consider the a title=”How the News Impacts […]

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16 Ways Green Space Improves Your Life

pimg class=”alignright” src=”” alt=”greenspace” width=”320″ height=”319″ title=”16 Ways Green Space Improves Your Life” /Most people like being surrounded by nature. Even if it#8217;s just a walk through a suburban city park or puttering about in a backyard garden, we#8217;re drawn to green spaces filled with grass, trees, and leafy vegetation. They make us feel better. But the way we describe the effects of green space is all very amorphous and abstract and general, isn#8217;t it? We #8220;feel good#8221; sitting on the grass. #8220;It#8217;s nice#8221; to take a walk along a forest path. The office #8220;doesn#8217;t feel right#8221; without a potted plant on the desk. Those sorts of benefits are great on a subjective level for the people experiencing them, but they aren#8217;t very persuasive to others. If you want your ambivalent spouse to help grow the big garden you#8217;ve always wanted, or your skeptical friends to start going on a title=”Walking: […]

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You can have tried and failed when we have tried to drop certain fat. If you manage to shed a amount of pounds you then have the complicated task of keeping the weight off. We are many likely following the incorrect rules that is why the fat begins to increase again. Losing fat isn’t too difficult plus really it’s easy to do away with it and keep it off if you know truly well what you’re undertaking. Below I will inform you methods to drop weight effectively and the method to keep it off.

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I miss Intermittent Fasting | The Sunny Coconut

Oh sure, I do it almost every Friday night, after Friday lunch out at a restaurant, but that’s been the ONLY time I’ve been IF’ing since mid summer.I realized last night that I miss it!When I was more regularly intermittent fasting (in my case, not eating dinner or anything after a mid afternoon snack)…I felt AWESOME!  I felt light, free, mind crystal clear (always a wonderful thing at 63 LOL)…in control, on top of the world.I want more of that, again!So I’m going to start making it a point to IF through dinner at least twice, preferably 3 times, a week.Of course, to do this in a medically safe way, there are guidelines:1.  if you’ve never done this before, make sure you don’t have any underlying medical condition for which this would be unsafe.  Check with your regular physician first if you are unsure.2

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I miss Intermittent Fasting | The Sunny Coconut

We Are Family: PrimalCon Oxnard 2014

pimg class=”alignright” src=”” alt=”IMG 0439″ width=”320″ height=”217″ title=”We Are Family: PrimalCon Oxnard 2014″ /Oh, man. What a weekend!/p
pIt#8217;s the Monday after a title=”PrimalCon” href=”” target=”_blank”PrimalCon/a Oxnard, and I#8217;m still trying to process it all./p
pLet#8217;s set the scene for those who don#8217;t know: Mandalay Beach Resort, Oxnard, CA. Nestled right on the coast between Malibu and Santa Barbara, this sleepy little resort hovers at a perfect 72-75 ºF through September, even as the inland valleys bake in the lingering summer heat. Sand dunes shield you from coastal winds. Nights are comfortably cool. The clear blue sea is 66 degrees, refreshing without being uncomfortable. The resort itself is recently remodeled, fusing luxurious refinement with beach culture. And of course, our barefooted band of joyful Groks and Grokettes took the place over, earning flabbergasted stares which gave way to envy and curiosity./p
pspan id=”more-52181″/spanThe event kicked off on Thursday night with a welcome gathering and dinner […]

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The Fit List with Jay Cardiello | Sep 30, 2014HIIT It! 8-Minute Total-Body Workout Photo Credit iStock Get ready to turn your traditional gym routine on its head with my HIIT total body workout that will have you dripping with sweat and shedding fat in only eight minutes. This fast-paced, heart-pounding, high intensity workout is specifically designed to challenge your body from every angle.

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HIIT 8-Minute Total-Body At-Home Workout – Shape Magazine

pimg class=”alignright” src=”” alt=”snatch” width=”320″ height=”213″ title=”Dear Mark: Alcohol and Training; Sitting and Standing; A Useful Workout” /For today#8217;s edition of a title=”Dear Mark” href=””Dear Mark/a, we#8217;ve got a three-parter. First up, I explain how a title=”Alcohol: The Good and the Bad” href=””alcohol consumption/a can affect muscle protein synthesis in a competitive weightlifter. Even what seems like a moderate dose can still affect how we recover from our workouts. Second, what should a person do if they really can#8217;t stand a title=”How-to Guide: Standing at Work” href=””standing at work/a? If the chair is looking really attractive after a morning workout, should we give in to our desire to sit or try to tough it out? The answer may surprise you. And finally, a friend of the blog writes in with a perfect example of a meaningful workout session that I just had to share with you guys./p
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Weekend Link Love – Edition 315

pa href=”” rel=”lightbox[52160]“img class=”alignright size-full wp-image-47936″ src=”” alt=”weekend link love2″ width=”320″ height=”282″ title=”Weekend Link Love Edition 315″ //aSeveral weeks ago, Leslie Klenke appeared on KCRA in Sacramento to give a Primal cooking demo. This time, she#8217;s showing a group of teens how to exercise Primally. a title=”Workout like a caveman with paleo exercises” href=”″ target=”_blank”Check it out/a!/p
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pAll it takes is a a title=”Millisecond Flashes of Light Phase Delay the Human Circadian Clock during Sleep” href=”″ target=”_blank”millisecond of light/a to disrupt your circadian rhythm during sleep./p
pIn women, a title=”Sleep and Sickness Absence: A Nationally Representative Register-Based Follow-Up Study” href=”″ target=”_blank”getting 7.6 hours of sleep is linked to fewer sick days/a. In men, it#8217;s 7.8./p
pIs there any other pursuit that people willingly engage in and proclaim to be supremely healthy where a title=”Crawling to the finish line: why do endurance runners collapse? Implications for understanding of mechanisms underlying pacing […]

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Hot and Sour Soup

pimg class=”alignright” src=”” alt=”HotSourSoup” width=”320″ height=”212″ title=”Hot and Sour Soup” /Hot and sour soup, with its bracing spicy and sour flavor, tastes intuitively like food that will give your a title=”Immune system facts” href=””immune system/a a boost. At the very least, it’ll warm your belly and provide a satisfying meal, and with this recipe, no take-out menu is needed./p
pYou can choose to seek out authentic ingredients (like lily buds and cloud ear fungus) or simply go with dried shiitake mushrooms. Likewise, ingredients like soy sauce, sugar and red rice vinegar can be replaced with a title=”Is it primal?” href=””coconut aminos/a and plain rice vinegar. This recipe also nixes tofu and cornstarch, resulting in a soup that isn’t traditional but delicious nonetheless./p
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pOnce you get cooking, hot and sour soup comes together with surprising ease. Before you know it, you’re slurping up broth that tastes like it should’ve taken hours to […]

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