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Mark_Sisson
NYT bestselling author of The Diet, former endurance athlete, & founder of , &
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Brad Lemley Aug 16
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I recall seeing a demo where a live wire was put in sterile water, and the current would not travel to a receiving wire. Was told any water's conductivity was entirely a consequence of "impurities" such as sodium. Bodily sodium and or potassium depletion probably unwise.
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Mark_Sisson Aug 16
Yes. Consider the nutritional substrates used to generate this energy, realize its potential. Now the listlessness of the statin-addled, sodium-depleted “heart healthy diet” adherent makes perfect sense, doesn’t it?
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Mark_Sisson Aug 16
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Mark_Sisson Aug 16
Replying to @evolutionarypsy
That dog is spatchcocked.
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Mark_Sisson Aug 16
Worst part about perpetually warm weather is there’s no reason to drape an animal pelt across my shoulders.
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Mark_Sisson Aug 15
Depends on many factors: duration of fast, your fat adaptation status, physical activity (lifting during a fast actually sends signal to preserve muscle), liver glycogen content, perceived glucose need. Body generally doesn’t “want” to lose muscle but it certainly can.
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Mark_Sisson Aug 15
Replying to @TuitNutrition
Lamb marrow is the best.
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Alexander J.A Cortes Aug 14
If you’re going to do a 20+ fast, TAKE ELECTROLYTES That means salt. Any kind of electrolyte tablets work. NO, this does not interfere with the fast, electrolytes don’t contain any useable caloric energy that way -This is also the secret to doing 2-3-4+ day fast
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Jeff Baldwin Aug 14
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Literally just sitting on the floor instead of on the couch while watching TV has done wonders for my joint health & mobility.
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Mark_Sisson Aug 15
Yes. This is so true. I’ve got friends who’ve ditched the couch altogether like and Katy Bowman (look her up, great stuff) for that reason. Recently co-authored a paper on this subject:
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Mark_Sisson Aug 15
Children are writhing, dynamic weights. Heavier on one end than the other, full of fluid, and hairless, they’re difficult to hold onto and manage. Great grip training. Plus, easy to adjust weight. Feed more or feed less.
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Mark_Sisson Aug 14
When sprinting with a child, you have several options: Cradle with two hands like football, making sure to support the head/neck. Sling over one shoulder (better for older kid). Upside down on shoulders, head facing your back, thighs resting on your shoulders. Grab calves.
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Mark_Sisson Aug 14
Sat down with this true Hollywood power couple @theskinnyconfidential to talk Keto, IF and life in general. They ask the tough questions. Great starting point if you or a friend are embarking on Keto. Hope you enjoy
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Mark_Sisson Aug 14
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Mark_Sisson Aug 14
New parent? Work at home? Hate formal workouts? Do more microworkouts. Pullups every time you pass the bar. 15 swings every time you pass the KB. Keep a trap bar loaded, do a few reps. 20 pushups on the hour. Sprint all stairs and inclines—everywhere.
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Mark_Sisson Aug 14
Fantastic conversation with and about longevity, fasting, keto, and building a business. Listen here:
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Mark_Sisson Aug 11
Still a goal of mine.
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Mark_Sisson Aug 10
Times are changing - office cafeterias might be a thing of the past.
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Amy Berger Aug 4
12 weeks on a ketogenic diet normalized metabolic and psychological health markers in a 65-year-old woman who’d had type 2 diabetes and clinical depression for 26 years: Avg daily glucose 216 mg/dL to 96 mg/dL. HbA1c 8.0 to 5.4. 12 wks!! HT
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