The Primal Connection: Follow Your Genetic Blueprint to Health and Happiness Themes

Mark Sisson
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The Modern World vs.The Paleolithic World

The author posits that the Modern World is fundamentally disconnected in many ways from a healthy way of life, and that in order to reconnect, the reader must look at the ways paleolithic peoples might have lived and viewed their surroundings. By incorporating these supposedly paleolithic ways of life, people will become more happy and healthy. The paleolithic way of life is more connected to nature, the immediate present, and the tribe. The paleolithic person does not worry about the past or future too much, and is mindful of what is going on around him. He eats healthy, natural food that is not agriculturally based. He gets regular exercise, and mental and physical stimulation.

The modern way of life is overrun with technological gadgets that keep people from moving around and getting involved in face-to-face relationships. The typical modern person is overwhelmed...

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