Recipe by Mark Sisson BIO: Ancestral health pioneer and former endurance athlete Mark Sisson is a New York Times bestselling author of the The Keto Reset Diet and bestselling author of Primal Blueprint and Primal Endurance. He also runs the Primal Nutrition supplement company; Primal Kitchen, which offers dairy/gluten/grain/soy free foods; and the Primal Kitchen Restaurants franchise.
How to keep avocados—and other fresh foods—the longest? Try this tool that you already have.
Our weekly column on the latest nutrition and healthy eating news
Bring on the Avocado Toast! Good news for lovers of fish, olive oil, nuts, seeds, and avocados: A recent study from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health found that…
Why is the “most important meal of the day” often the hardest to make time for? But listen! If you have 15 minutes (sometimes less), you can make one of these ultra-tasty, ultra-filling breakfasts. Make your mornings a little better.
One of the best things a home cook can do is take a night off from cooking. Cooking is a lifelong responsibility to feed ourselves, and, for some, our families. The only way to make it a sustainable joy is to honor our cooking moods. After all, nobody wins if cooking is a constant stress.
Eating well and improving your diet doesn’t have to be extreme. In fact, transitioning to a healthier diet is often the result of small but strategic changes implemented over time. It may not be as sexy or trendy as going keto or trying out intermittent fasting, but, soon enough, these tiny tweaks will make you feel downright awesome.
No more bland lettuce and dull veggies. Trader Joe’s has five, yes five, dressing that should be on your shelf or in your fridge right now. These dressings pack in the flavor along with a nutritional profile we can seriously get behind.