Friday, March 1, 2019

We did it. Feeding You Lies is an INSTANT bestseller

I’ve got great news. My new book Feeding You Lies is an INSTANT bestseller despite the opposition.

This is the book people were scared to touch…

The publisher of my first book passed on publishing it, I had another publisher back out of offering me a deal because they were concerned the information would affect their “ad accounts”.

The book was rejected by major retailers like Costco. A store, that sold over 2000 copies of my first book but suddenly the sales weren’t good enough.

The mainstream media ghosted us – This happened over and over again.

A journalist would reach out, write an article, and their editors would get cold feet – and it would hit the chopping block without getting published.

Or a big show like Dr. Oz would put in an urgent request – their producer would be so excited to have me on and promote the book, then suddenly I’d get a message like this in my inbox – “Unfortunately, I just received word that we are taking the segment in a different direction so I will no longer need you for the 2/26 show”

But none of this matters.

This book is reaching people because it shares the TRUTH about our food – information that has never been shared before and it’s going to change the world.


Feeding You Lies

Available in stores everywhere

And if you have your copy already – please share it with those that you love, by posting a picture on social media and sharing something you learned from the book. You can also leave a review on Amazon here.

It’s not easy being an activist and getting silenced all the time – but with your support, I am moving forward.

This mission is bigger than me, it’s about all of us finally discovering the truth about our food system so we can reclaim our health.

Thank you for standing with me.




Feeding You Lies - Book

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Weekly Link Love — Edition 18

Research of the Week

Poor quality relationships are harder on you than having too few.

Intelligence and rational thinking are not the same thing.

Move over, forest bathing. The hot new thing for Alzheimer’s is gene bathing for your brain.

Temporal comprehension of a story is better when you read a physical book versus using an e-reader.

Researchers discover evidence of an entirely new way of neural communication that can overcome complete gaps between severed brain tissues. They can’t explain it, but they know it’s there.

At least 116 individual genetic variants influence neuroticism.

Vitamin D influences brain scaffolding.

New Primal Blueprint Podcasts

Health Coach Radio is live! If you’re a health coach looking for tips, advice, and science-based insight on your profession—or are curious about joining the industry—you’ll love it. Episode 0 lays out what it’s all about, what you can expect from future episodes. I appear on Episode 1 to give my predictions about health coaching in the coming years and explore what it takes to start your own business. Check it out.

Episode 315: Dr. Anna Cabeca: Host Elle Russ chats with OBGYN Dr. Anna Cabeca about her new book, The Hormone Fix: Burn Fat Naturally, Boost Energy, Sleep Better, and Stop Hot Flashes, the Keto-Green Way.

Episode 316: Keto: Avoiding the Flight or Fight Response: Host Brad Kearns gives a sneak peek of the new keto book he and I are working on.

Each week, select Mark’s Daily Apple blog posts are prepared as Primal Blueprint Podcasts. Need to catch up on reading, but don’t have the time? Prefer to listen to articles while on the go? Check out the new blog post podcasts below, and subscribe to the Primal Blueprint Podcast here so you never miss an episode.

Media, Schmedia

Monty Don extols the virtues of gardening for mental health.

A popular vegan Youtuber has gone back to meat, raw eggs, and salmon for “health reasons.”

Ditching your phone to un-break your brain.

Interesting Blog Posts

A nice overview of the American health care crisis.

The importance of choline in pregnancy.

Social Notes

Went for a paddle.

Here’s my best day.

Everything Else

How a small label change from the FDA may have kickstarted the opioid crisis.

IPA made with toasted marshmallows to evoke Saturday mornings spent watching cartoons over a big bowl of Lucky Charms.

Gut bacteria in our brains.

Facial recognition for Chinese pigs.

Wild rice gains rights.

I really want to go to this Viking restaurant.

Bronze Age Spaniards had pet foxes.

45,000 years ago in Sri Lankan jungles, humans were very good at catching monkeys and other small agile prey.

Things I’m Up to and Interested In

Unfortunate finding: 4-day and 5-day work weeks are not equally productive.

Concept I’m considering: Balancing long-term satisfaction with short-term happiness is the key to a good life in the age of the Internet.

Somehow I don’t think this will sway them: Lab-grown meat will probably be harder on the environmental than real meat.

The short answer is “no”: Are vegan diets safe for infants and small children?

This is powerful stuff: How indigenous people around the world give birth and care for babies.

Question I’m Asking

What makes a great day for you?

Recipe Corner

Time Capsule

One year ago (Feb 24 –Mar 2)

Comment of the Week

“So for this situation we should call it Kardio I suppose.”

– That’s pretty good, HealthyHombre.


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Marching Onward

It’s Friday. It’s MARCH. Which means we are marching toward spring and summer and beach trips and playing outside and long warm days. I never want to wish away life, but February… just the worst. I’m glad it’s over! We have one month until our spring break trip to the Florida Keys. Hoping for some warm Virginia days in between. (We will probably get two feet of snow.)


^^ I tried the hazelnut + chocolate smoothie and loved it.

Speaking of the beach, I am reading Where The Crawdads Sing and loving it. I’m still early on in the book, but the imagery and characters had me hooked from the get-go.

Leftover white chocolate chip pancake (Mazen’s favorite) with banana and PB. Staple breakfast this week!

Loving The Treadmill

LOVING my new treadmill!!!! And the iFit workouts. I am working on a whole big post for you guys. The free delivery and assembly via Amazon went very smoothly, and I am so happy with both my choice to get a new one and the model I chose. Stay tuned!

Sleepy B

Baby Birch did his longest stretch of sleep yet at 10.5 hours. Holy moly! He sleeps better than I do these days between engorgement and night sweats. I am holding my breath through the next few weeks that he doesn’t have a major four month regression, but I am also mentally prepared for it.

Naps are hit or miss these past few weeks – anywhere from 35 minutes to 1.5 hours. I never read the last page of this book as it stands. Instead of “Again!” I just read it as “Niiiiinight.”

He has also started to look up at me when I wear him in the carrier. I don’t think he knew it was me up there until recently, and it’s so cute when I catch him staring at me!


The pita chip parade continues. I am debating not buying them next week! They are so good on salads as “croutons” though!

This salad had kale, roasted peppers, feta cheese, sabra hummus and Stacey’s Pita Chips.

Ellen and I watched Survivor together, and she brought over these Everything Pretzel Croissant Twists from MarieBette. OMG – heavenly! Served with a spinach and kale salad topped with a wee bit of egg salad, blue cheese, red peppers, and pita chips, obvi.

I’ve also been getting one Roots Mayweather salad each week. It feeds me for two meals and it’s packed with good-for-ya stuff so I totally justify the cost in my head!


We took a week off of Plenty last week in anticipation of my parents’ visit (which didn’t happen) but we ordered a few things this week: meatballs, a salmon platter, quiche.

At dinner we’ve been playing a lot of number games with Mazen. One is simply “guess my number between 1 and 1,000” and the other is a digit game where we have to see if we get the digits right in the wrong location or right in the right location. The little tabletop easel he got from Nona for Christmas makes an excellent visual. (This one is similar to his.)

Hope you guys have a cozy weekend!

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