The New Primal Blueprint

  • by Mark Sisson
  • Narrated by Brad Kearns
  • 11 hrs and 53 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Mark Sisson's 2009 release of The Primal Blueprint was the catalyst for the primal/paleo/ancestral health movement to gain mainstream awareness and acceptance. Both the hardcover and paperback editions enjoyed a seven-year run at the top of the primal/paleo charts and selling hundreds of thousands of copies. Sisson, publisher of the acclaimed MarksDailyApple.com, the acclaimed and most-visited primal/paleo blog, has spent the past six years diligently researching and evaluating recent the most up-to-date science and reflecting on thousands of users' experiences going primal. The second edition of The New Primal Blueprint offers a comprehensively revised, expanded, and updated message from the original runaway best-seller.
The New Primal Blueprint serves as the ultimate road map for anyone wishing to make the shift from flawed conventional wisdom about diet and exercise to a healthy, happy empowering lifestyle patterned after the evolutionary-tested behaviors of our hunter-gatherer ancestors. The book details the 10 immutable Primal Blueprint lifestyle laws that enable empower you to reprogram your genes to direct in the direction of weight loss, health, and longevity.

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Performance is ruining excellent info

I'm a big fan of Sisson. He knows his stuff and he updates info as he learns more. My problem is with the performance. It's honestly TERRIBLE!

I've done this type of work. It's tough to do. Mr Kearns hasn't done his homework. He adds odd pauses, gets hung up mid-sentence, incorrectly pronounces common words, and- worst of all- adds an annoying chuckle to his voice at completely inappropriate times.

Mark Sisson's work deserves a much better presentation. I'm profoundly disappointed! Is Brad Kearns a friend of a friend at Primal, perhaps? I just can't understand how he was given this work.
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- S. Smith

Make 'and' now back to the text' a drinking game

I am shocked that this version was ever published. I have never witnessed so many complete distractions from the text from the reader's own commentary. The only time that is appropriate is when the author is the reader. you have to listen incredibly closely to ensure that you're getting what the author intended versus the reader's own commentary
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- C. Frank Daugherty

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-20-2017
  • Publisher: Primal Blueprint Publishing