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The New Primal Blueprint

Reprogram Your Genes for Effortless Weight Loss, Vibrant Health and Boundless Energy
Narrated by: Brad Kearns
Length: 11 hrs and 53 mins
5 out of 5 stars (45 ratings)
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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.

©2016 Mark Sisson (P)2016 Mark Sisson

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Incredible

Amazing information, brilliantly narrated.

Maybe my best audio/health book to date.

You won't regret it!

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awesome

very interesting and a bit of an eye opener. this book has helped me alot with my diet and training.

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loved jt

Great book to learn a new way to eat and live your life
defo recommendations for all

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Great listen, worth getting!

Someone said they found the readers little deviations from the printed text with his own additional information to be distracting or annoying or something. However, he is clearly knowledgeable and we found it enhanced the experience as well as at times being quite amusing.

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Brilliant information, poor narration

As a previous commenter remarked on, the narration is frustrating. Mumbling, stumbling and basic reading errors take the emphasis off the information which as always is fantastic. I have enjoyed all the Primal Blueprint series, text and audio, but this is a disappointment.

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Great book

Great book, full of useful information. I find this reader frustrating to listen to though.

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very interesting

very good, interesting, insightful, useful, I recommend it to those who wish to lose weight and get fit

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it really works

excellent companion to the original book. if you are looking for an easy and enjoyable way to lose weight, get back to full health and get seriously fit as well as look good naked this is it

it really works

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Excellent source for primal living

Well written and delivered, highly recommended as a introduction to a primal lifestyle, already having positive personal results.

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  • Frank Daugherty
  • 27-07-17

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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  • S. Smith
  • 10-06-17

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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  • Scott D. Caneday
  • 08-09-17

Good content, very irritating narration

This is the first book I've listened to on Audible that I wished I had just purchased in hard copy instead. The narrator adds his own content, opinions and emphasis instead of just reading the book. It sounds more like a podcast than an audiobook.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 20-04-17

Mixed impressions

Loved the material. The narrator was sometimes annoying with his side comments. Overall worth the listen.

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  • Mark Savage
  • 19-08-18

A+ Content; F Narration

As a listener of an audiobook, you shouldn't have to guess when you're hearing the actual book vs when you're hearing the narrator editorializing. Unfortunately, that's required if you listen to this version.

Kearns sounds like a nice guy, but he mispronounces words regularly, inserts random pauses, peppers the narration with "uh"s, and adds awkward laughs to serious messages from the author. Just not high quality as you'd expect from everything else Sisson touches.

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  • James
  • 13-02-17

I Love It

A very educational, including the occasional commentary from the narrator, "...and back to the book..."

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  • Rudi
  • 14-01-19

Very personal and involved audiobook.

Amazing how many people reviewing here obviously did not listen to the book at all. The narrator was a co-author and all the "ramblings" and interruptions, almost felt like it was more of a session with an expert in a small round table discussion around a topic than an audiobook, which was awesome. It is not for boring people or those who are too serious about silly imperfections, which to me, added to the natural and personal feel of the audiobook.

Much more value due to the inserts than just what the book has to offer. Thoroughly enjoyed it and recommended to many people who all felt the same way.

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  • anthony s. jones
  • 21-08-17

At first....

So at first the editorial comments the narrator threw in bugged me. Then, he states later in the book that the narrator is also a co-author. This made his comments make more sense to me and not just some narrator throwing in his two cents. Very informative book and easy to follow.

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  • mterry49er
  • 13-03-17

great book, sound advice!

I follow most of the rules and I feel great! better than losing weight is the mental clarity that comes with following the diet. even if I didn't lose weight I'd still adhere to the diet for how it makes me feel

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  • Corbin
  • 16-01-19

Great Book, Terrible Narration

Mark Sisson has written a thoroughly researched book based on a surprisingly simple premise - humans should live how we used to. Approaching nutrition from an evolutionary perspective is both refreshing and compelling, and it has changed the way I think about not just food, but my lifestyle as a whole.

That being said, the narration is a sticking point for me. I appreciate Brad’s effort here, but his lack of experience with this type of work is evident. There are frequent cadence problems, incessant and unnecessary chuckling, and mispronunciations. Next time think about paying a professional narrator, or better yet, have Mark do it himself. I would have much preferred that.