Mark Sisson – The Primal BluePrint
For a while now I’ve wanted to blog about some of my favorite Paleo Nutrition reads but simply have had little time to sit in front of my computer. When I find something worthy of sharing, I know it’s gonna take several hours of research and writing to do it justice. Mark Sisson’s body of work is a perfect example of this. His book, The Primal Blueprint, is one I often recommend to folks when they are interested in understanding Paleo Nutrition. He’s in great shape, and is just as informative as he is funny.
He also has a fantastic blog, Mark’s Daily Apple which is full of helpful resources for understanding the science behind the diet. One of the big questions I get often is “What do I eat for breakfast?”.To illustrate how helpful Mark’s daily blog can be, Mark took the time to answer this question in depth on his website (and in his book):
Primal Breakfast Suggestions for People on the Go
For the visual learners – “Contest Results: Primal Breakfast Pics”
Fortunately Robb Wolf has saved me some time at my computer by recently blogging on Mark Sisson’s book, The Primal Blue Print. You can read his blog post here:
Book Review: The Primal BluePrint
Intrigued? If so, check out Mark’s “About” page which completely summarizes the content on his website. There’s some good stuff here – all well-organized and easy to find!
Primal Blueprint 101
I would also add from personal experience a recommendation to purchase Mark’s cookbook, The Primal BluePrint Cookbook. Have yet to receive a complaint from my teens when I use recipes from his cookbook.
One thing to take into consideration is the fact the Mark Sisson advocates a Primal diet and not quite a Paleo Diet. In the Primal diet you can use dairy if you tolerate it but dairy is not allowed in the Paleo diet. That said the Primal diet is easier to follow for most people.
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