Posted on 04/03/2019
We really like Marks Daily Apple – it’s a great health blog that taps into some of the key principles of the primal/paleo/ancestral health movement to help people lead active and healthy lives.
In their blog and accompanying free podcasts Mark and his team provide some fantastic information and insights about nutrition, exercise and many other health related topics, and much of it ties in nicely with our “Eat Well, Move Well, Think Well, Stay Well” philosophy of health, so we encourage you to check it out for yourself.
In the meantime, we’ve put together a list of some of the most interesting podcasts that we found up to the end of July 2014, but there is plenty more great information beyond that date, so have a listen and see what you think.
Building on the material covered in Episode 1, Episodes 28 and 29 provide a fascinating exploration of the dangers of over training, which can include chronically high levels of cortisol, systemic inflammation, cardiac arrhythmia’s and more, and suggests strategies that can be employed to minimise these dangers whilst still getting the full benefit of your exercise workouts. Click here to go to this podcast.
This podcast covers various listener questions, but there is a particularly good discussion of the principles of high intensity interval training in this podcast. Click here to go to this podcast.
This podcast explores the role of sleep in keeping us healthy. Click here to go to this podcast.
This podcast looks at the principles involved in exercising safely and efficiently in a way that is consistent with our evolutionary genetic heritage. Click here to go to this podcast.
This podcast explains how there is more to weight control than the simplistic formula of calories in versus calories out, and looks particularly at the role of insulin and carbohydrate consumption in contributing to weight gain over time. Click here to go to this podcast.
Mark goes through the 10 “laws” of his primal blueprint and explains how they contribute to health and longevity by helping us to live in a manner consistent with the needs of the genetic blueprint 2 million years of human evolution has provided us with. Click here to go to this podcast.
Are you training too hard? We’re all told that exercise is good for us (and it is!) but how much we do and how we go about it can influence whether our exercise is helping or harming us. This podcast explores the dangers of doing too much cardio training, and the detrimental effects this can have on our health and wellbeing. Click here to go to this podcast.