The Primal Connection: Follow Your Genetic Blueprint to Health and Happiness Setting & Symbolism

Mark Sisson
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Minimalist Footwear

While the author prescribes barefoot living as optimal, he also advocates for the use of minimalist footwear, offering several brand names and the ideal way shoes should be structured. One example is the Vibram Five Fingers "toe shoes."

The Outdoors

Modern people don't get enough exposure to the natural world, and must make a major effort to get reconnected to it in whatever way possible. Whether it's having pets, houseplants or a garden, taking hikes in the wilderness or extended camping—people need to incorporate the outdoors into their lives.

The Standing Desk

For those who must work in sedentary type jobs, creating a standing desk is a way to improve one's overall health. Not only does it burn calories, it improves posture.

Dirt

Rather than seeing dirt as a negative thing, the author pushes forth the idea that one should seek out dirt as...

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