Developing our Empowering, Energizing Morning Routine

Starting your day with a deliberate movement routine that you repeat every single day can be life changing, because it creates the leverage and the power to become a more focused and disciplined person in all other areas of daily life. Contrast this with the disturbing stat from IDC Research that 80 percent of Americans … Read more

Weekly Link Love — Edition 102

Research of the Week Some people stinky fish. If you think you’re about to drink some sugar but drink fake sugar instead, . Wearing lip balm produced through talking. Having had the common cold the chance of severe COVID-19 infections. Ketones seem to make white adipose tissue . New Primal Blueprint Podcasts : Host Elle … Read more

Beyond Pumpkin Spice: The Benefits of Cinnamon for Blood Sugar, Infections, and More

As soon as the sun sets on the last day of summer, the world seems to explode with warm fall spices. We start to see cinnamon candles, baked goods, and bundles of cinnamon sticks as decor. While pumpkin spice takes center stage, it’s not actually the pumpkin you’re after – it’s the cinnamon with other … Read more

Why We Should All Be Eating Organ Meats

Today we welcome a post by guest author Ashleigh VanHouten, health and nutrition journalist, public speaker, certified health coach, and host of the Muscle Maven Radio podcast. Here, she explains why we’re missing out if we’re only eating boring boneless cuts of meat from the grocery store, and makes the case for eating nose-to-tail, for … Read more

8 Surprising Benefits of a Full Body Massage

A full-body massage: soft music, low lighting, a feeling of tranquility—it’s bliss. But what most people don’t know is that while you might be in a state of total relaxation your body is going into full activation mode during a massage. A massage stimulates your nervous system; wakes up your muscles, organs, and glands; moves … Read more

How to Get Rid of a Migraine With Massage for Headaches

Getting a massage for your headache is one of the best natural headache treatments there is. And odds are, you could use some headache relief every now and then, since research shows nearly everyone has an occasional headache. Which Type of Headache do You Have? Believe it or not, there are three different categories of … Read more

“Don’t Jog, It’s Too Dangerous.” Evolving Your Cardio for More Benefit, Less Risk

Mark’s Daily Apple veterans are familiar with one of the most controversial and impactful posts ever published to the site, Mark’s 2007 treatise called . The article changed my life and caused me to rethink many of the flawed assumptions about endurance training that have been indoctrinated into conventional stupidity for decades. Follow up posts … Read more

Is Scotland really unique? – Part 2

Assynt North-West Highlands Part 2 of the response by Margaret Johnstone to Gerry Hassan’s article in The National, on those who voted No in 2014. Change is a constant Why do we want to change our system of government? Why aren’t we content with the Westminster system that we have? A fear of change is … Read more

Is Scotland really unique? – Part 1

Assynt North-West Highlands A response by Margaret Johnstone to Gerry Hassan’s recent article in The National, on those who voted No in 2014. Gerry Hassan’s article records the views of a number of people in a focus group on why they voted NO in 2014. Some felt Scotland wasn’t ready, others felt there was insufficient … Read more

Training for “The COVID-19”

Thai Massage tutorials and tips. This article was provided by Mark’s Daily Apple, which is the go-to destination to learn how to lead a healthy Primal life in this hectic modern world. I find their posts usually offer some interesting opinions and useful trips and advice Today we welcome guest author Dr. Ronesh Sinha, internal … Read more