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Blog Post Archive

No-Bake Keto Coconut Cheesecake

This is the easy-to-make, no bake, sugar-free, ketogenic cheesecake recipe you’ve been waiting for. It does not disappoint. In fact, it’s so light and airy and outrageously creamy that it qualifies as delicious cheesecake, period….that...Show More Summary

I Thought Any Weight Issue Could Be Corrected With Chronic Exercise

It’s Friday, everyone! And that means another Primal Blueprint Real Life Story from a Mark’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 here. Show More Summary

The Future of Healthcare Is Health Coaching

The future of healthcare is looking grim. Sadly, this is the first generation of kids who might not outlive their parents. In fact, we’ve got some pretty unfavorable statistics to confront. Here’s what the Centers for Disease Control...Show More Summary

Will Saturated Fat Kill Your Cells?

No matter what kind of evidence comes out to the contrary, the anti- saturated fat sect won’t relinquish its dogma. Whenever its advance is rebuffed—perhaps by an observational study showing the lack of relations between saturated fat...Show More Summary

Introducing The Gut Healing Protocol—With a Don’t Miss Deal!

Greetings readers, as you know, gut health has become the hottest of topics in ancestral health circles, and is also getting increased attention in mainstream medicine. More and more science is validating how a healthy gut microbiome...Show More Summary

Dear Mark: Delving Further Into Dopamine

For today’s edition of Dear Mark, I’m delving more deeply into dopamine. Readers asked some great questions and made some interest comments in the comment board of last week’s post on dopamine, and today I’m addressing three of them....Show More Summary

Weekend Link Love — Edition 481

Research of the Week Canola oil worsens memory and learning in mice with Alzheimer’s disease. When the Inuit began “markedly increas[ing]” their sugar and refined carb intake, diabetes and heart disease shot up. Keto without exercise...Show More Summary

Instant Pot Pork and Kale Salad

This salad is a riot of flavors. Shredded pork is tossed with cool, crunchy veggies (like kale, cabbage, cucumbers and mint) and dressed with tangy coconut-lime dressing. It’s a salad that is many things at once: rich, light, meaty,Show More Summary

Overcoming Addiction Included Changing My Diet

It’s Friday, everyone! And that means another Primal Blueprint Real Life Story from a Mark’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 here. Show More Summary

Ancestral Sleep Breathing

Today’s article is a guest post by Dr. Mark Burhenne, the #1 bestselling author of The 8-Hour Sleep Paradox. As an authority on dental health, he is also on a mission to help shift the conversation about sleep from quantity to quality as the foundation for primal living. Show More Summary

The Modern Hijacking of Dopamine: Supernormal vs. Ancestral Stimuli

Scientists recently discovered  a major difference between humans and apes. It’s not the body hair, or the prehensile feet, or the propensity to fling poop with less-than-perfect accuracy. It’s actually the TH gene, one that directs the production of the neurotransmitter dopamine. Show More Summary

Dear Mark: Glycine as Collagen Replacement; Debt as Disease of Civilization

For today’s edition of Dear Mark, I’m answering two questions. First, since glycine is often cited as the main reason to consume gelatinous meats and take collagen hydrolysate supplements, couldn’t we just take supplementary glycine?...Show More Summary

A New Chapter For the MDA Forum Community (With a Giveaway)

When I first began this blog more than a decade ago, I was adamant about the role of a community with it. Sure, I wanted to share the knowledge I’d gained (and the experiments I was trying), but I also wanted something more to the experience. Show More Summary

Weekend Link Love — Edition 480

Research of the Week Postprandial insulin response just might be the best early predictor of diabetes and heart disease risk. The average prehistoric woman had stronger arms than today’s average elite woman rower. It doesn’t matter if you’re healthy. Show More Summary

Creamy Broccoli Spinach Soup

Broccoli and Spinach Soup sounds like it’s going to taste a little too healthy. Rest assured, however…. Although this soup is packed with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants from the broccoli and greens, the taste is both rich and satisfying. The...Show More Summary

I Hope I Can Make This the Best Decade Yet

It’s Friday, everyone! And that means another Primal Blueprint Real Life Story from a Mark’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 here. Show More Summary

21 Books to Begin 2018

The book is an ancient technology whose importance has only increased in modern times. With a book, you gain access to another person’s mind or life experiences. That’s hard to beat. People who aren’t reading are really selling themselves...Show More Summary

Why Aren’t We Talking About the Cognitive Health Crisis?

If you look at the latest stats, you might assume there’s no cognitive health crisis. The overall number of dementia cases are going up, but that’s because the aging population is growing. Older folks are living longer than ever before, so there are more people around who can develop dementia. Show More Summary

The Health Toll of Financial Stress

Sure, this post comes right on the heels of Cyber Monday…but is there ever a perfect time for a message like this? Yes, I run a business, but I still don’t mind kicking the cultural hornet’s nest. Some things don’t change. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t contradiction. Show More Summary

Dear Mark: New Coffee Study, Letting a Fever Run its Course, Collagen Dosage

For today’s edition of Dear Mark, I’m answering three questions from readers. First, I give my take on a new, big coffee study, which analyzed several meta-analyses of existing coffee and health data. Second, should you let a fever run its course or try to defeat it at all costs? The body obviously “wants” to get hotter in these situations. Show More Summary

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