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You know what makes a summer salad even better? When most (or all) of the salad is thrown on the grill. Such is the case with this gorgeous meal — grilled chicken, grilled romaine, and grilled bread, topped with cheese and scallions or chives.

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Here are some strategies to enjoy your hard-earned vacation without worrying about losing the gains you’ve made.

I once went on a summer vacation to Cancun and one of the guys in our group checked an entire duffel bag dedicated to supplements. I admired his dedication and was even inspired to do two sets of lat pull downs on one day of the trip.

 

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Taking photos of your food in restaurants has become so commonplace, restaurants are now trying to make it easier for patrons who Instagram their meals before eating.

Chili’s Grill & Bar is one of the restaurants making these changes.

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Wouldn’t it be amazing if reheated food tasted just as good as it did when it was freshly made? It sure would make eating leftovers more exciting. And while you probably can’t reheat French fries to their original crispy state, you can get darn close if you know the best reheating method.

Here’s a guide to help you figure out if you should reheat your food on the stove, in the oven, or in the microwave, with some tips to help you do each. Reheat with confidence!

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mayo-3pack-400_1How would you like to a win a 5-year supply of Primal Kitchen™ Mayo? You have the opportunity to do just that today…but more on that in a moment. This is just one of several special offers I have in store for Mark’s Daily Apple readers in coming weeks (lots of chances to win!).

I know almost all of you are aware by now, most of you probably even have a jar or three in your fridge as I type this, but for those of you who’ve been living under a rock, Primal Kitchen Mayo—the first ever paleo/Primal mayonnaise using avocado oil instead of nasty industrial oils—was released a few months ago.

I was hoping it would be well received. My team and I spent a year getting the recipe just right, sourcing the purest primal ingredients, perfecting the texture, and tweaking the taste.

But the response has been really quite overwhelming. Thousands upon thousands of you have tried it to date, and it’s received almost nothing but positive reviews and feedback. Finally, we can eat mayonnaise without worrying about harmful fats, sugars, artificial ingredients, or industrial seed oils. And not just us in the paleo/Primal community, but others, too. I’ve heard countless stories now of people gifting Primal Kitchen Mayo to their in-laws, using it in a conventional recipe, knowingly serving guests a healthy version of a traditional dish with their guests none the wiser.

And the success of Primal Kitchen Mayo owes a lot to you for having spread the word. And, of course, for being among the first taste testers. The paleosphere is truly widening, and it could never have infiltrated the mainstream without your dedication and active involvement, so thank you. With the meteoric rise in popularity, Primal Kitchen Mayo may be coming to grocery store shelves near you before too long. Stay tuned.

For more information about my paleo-crafted mayo, check out this video of me introducing Primal Kitchen Mayo.

Click the image above to visit Thrive Market and watch the video

As a token of gratitude to everyone who’s reading and who has helped make Primal Kitchen Mayo an early success, I’ve teamed up with Thrive Market to give you a chance to win a 5-year supply of Primal Mayo. There’s no purchase necessary. Just visit this link to register. The offer ends on May 26. 

For those of you who aren’t familiar with Thrive you can read more about it below, and learn why I think this revolutionary online shopping club is the best new thing since sliced, err… grass fed beef. Or you can just click on over now to make sure you get your registration in before the offer expires.

Oh, and if you win you’ll get the option to spend the $500 Thrive Market shopping spree prize on something other than Primal Mayo. Your call! Plus you’ll get a free 1-year membership. Finally, 10 second-place winners will also receive a free 1-year membership, gaining instant access to top quality health foods at a fraction of the retail cost.

If you’re new to Thrive Market, here’s the gist. Thrive is an online discount shopping wholesaler that sells more than 4,000 healthy living products at seriously discounted prices. Join the club and you gain immediate access to superior quality, non-toxic foods, home cleaning and personal care essentials, and supplements all at 25-50% off retail prices.

Thrive Market merges Whole Foods quality with Costco prices on a platform as convenient as Amazon. It matches—and often even beats—discounted online retailers like Amazon and Vitacost. And shipping is free on orders over $49. What I especially appreciate is that you don’t ever have to worry about the quality of your purchases, because if they’ve been vetted by Thrive, they’re trustworthy.

I got involved because I believe so wholeheartedly in Thrive Market and its socially conscious mission. Thrive Market makes healthy eating and living accessible and affordable to everyone by donating a free membership to a low-income family in need for every paid membership it receives, and that’s a business model I can stand behind. Thrive also works with eco-friendly vendors, uses all recyclable packaging, and maintains a 100% carbon neutral footprint through CarbonFund.org.

All you have to do to participate is click this link and then enter your email address. No purchase required. Stay tuned for special contests that will be announced in the coming weeks. Enter them all!

Here’s to thriving easily and economically.

P.S. If you’ve registered at Thrive Market during one of the previous special sweepstakes I’ve held here at Mark’s Daily Apple, you’ve automatically been entered into this sweepstakes. No need to register again. Grok on!

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Butcher Block Kitchen Prep Station from Wake the Tree

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This butcher block prep station stopped me in my tracks the first time I saw it. It’s absolutely gorgeous, with a top of reclaimed heart pine end grain solid wood, and detailing in powder coated metal. But that’s not all — look at what it does!

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Deadlifts, low-bar back squats, and kettlebell swings are a great way to utilize the posterior chain.

If your program contains many front squats, Olympic movements, and wall balls, you might want to add in low-bar back squats and hinge movements to stay balanced.

 

 

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Deadlifts, low-bar back squats, and kettlebell swings are a great way to utilize the posterior chain.

If your program contains many front squats, Olympic movements, and wall balls, you might want to add in low-bar back squats and hinge movements to stay balanced.

 

 

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Earning a black belt on the mat is one thing, but it doesn’t grant you any entitlement in every day life.

A few months ago I was waiting in line at my local public library. (Yep, I still go to the library. I love the library.) There was a fairly long line, maybe five or six people besides me, because the automated checkout machines were on the fritz. We all waited patiently while the librarians on duty processed our transactions.

 

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Earning a black belt on the mat is one thing, but it doesn’t grant you any entitlement in every day life.

A few months ago I was waiting in line at my local public library. (Yep, I still go to the library. I love the library.) There was a fairly long line, maybe five or six people besides me, because the automated checkout machines were on the fritz. We all waited patiently while the librarians on duty processed our transactions.

 

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