89: Mark Sisson of Mark’s Daily Apple


Mr. Mark Sisson is my featured guest for today’s Carbohydrates Can Kill Podcast Show.

Mr. Sisson is well known for his web blog, “Mark’s Daily Apple”, in which he writes about Paleolithic diet. Mark earned a BA degree in biology. Also, he was a marathoner and iron-man triathlete. His terrible health consequences with high-carbohydrate diet, which was intended for high performance in sports, prompted him to delve into reviewing nutritional literatures, as that I have done, and found the dietary advantages of Paleolithic diet. Over the years, I have criticized the medical and nutritional professionals for their practices with the junk science. Amid the attempt of monopolizing the dietetic matters by the American Dietetics Association, I am very interested in learning from someone with the first-hand experience in nutrition and health. I believe you know what I meant. Come now and join me in this informative interview.

About Mark Sisson

Mark Sisson is the founder and publisher of MarksDailyApple.com, the leading primal/paleo blog on the Internet. His 2009 release of the Primal Blueprint in hardcover sold through six printings (130,000+) copies, while his 2011 companion guidebook, The Primal Blueprint 21-Day Total Body Transformation, climbed to #1 on amazon.com’s exercise&fitness and diet&weight loss lists in a single day. Mark is a former world-class marathoner and Ironman triathlete. He holds a BA from Williams College in Biology, was a liaison to the International Olympic Committee representing the sport of triathlon, and is founder and CEO of Primal Nutrition, Inc., a Malibu, CA, nutrition and publishing operation. Besides blogging daily, Mark conducts seminars across North America and hosts an annual 3-day Primal retreat in California. He lives in Malibu, CA with his wife Carrie and two children.


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