Primal Blueprint Podcast
Host Brad Kearns discusses common themes and concerns extracted from commentary on the Keto Reset Facebook Group. Topics include: the difference between fat-adapted and keto-adapted; what about the "keto rash?"; making keto work if you don't have a gallbladder; different approaches for fit/low body fat types versus those with metabolic damage; do you need to consume extra fat to make extra ketones? (N.O.); is there a no-mans land with carb intake for athletes where you are too high for keto and too low for proper recovery? Some incredibly important insights for anyone wishing to optimize keto. Send your questions/comments/feedback to info@ketoreset.com
 
Links:
Michael Rutherford on keto and gallbladder
Differing approaches to keto based upon metabolic health
Direct download: Ep258_PrimalBlueprint_KRD_CommonThemesAndConcerns.mp3
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Humans are a tribal species. We form alliances, align ourselves along ethnic, familial, religious, and cultural lines. Still, for the vast majority of people, “tribal” carries a negative connotation. Bitter partisan politics, ethnic genocides, religious wars, and the long history of bigotry make that connotation almost unavoidable. But I don’t think tribal in its true essence is all bad. The basic instinct to form and belong to groups is a simple fact of human physiology. It’s how we work, so we’d better make it work for us.

(This Mark's Daily Apple article was written by Mark Sisson, and is narrated by Tina Leaman)

Direct download: MDA-Jun272018-FindYourTribeFindYourHealth.mp3
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