Happy August, everyone! As if you needed another reason to love this warm summer month, we’ve got some hot news to make the next 31 days your healthiest yet. Three of our best-selling titles have been chosen for Amazon’s Monthly Kindle Deals and can be picked up for only $3.99! Death By Food Pyramid by Denise Minger Primal Prescription by Doug McGuff, MD and Robert P. Murphy, PhD Fruit Belly by Romy Dollé These titles are regularly $9.99, so that’s one sizzling summer steal. Stock up now, and read later!
We’re thrilled to announce that Good Fat, Bad Fat by Romy Dollé is now available at Whole Foods in most regions including Canada, as well as select BJ’s Wholesale Clubs. Can’t find a copy at your local Whole Foods or BJ’s? Simply put in a request at your local store today!
Topping the bestselling charts in three Amazon categories—#1 in Exercise and Fitness, #1 in Low Carb Cooking, and #5 in Paleo Diet—Paleo Primer continues to prove that people love their tried and true paleo lifestyle principles and recipes—especially when they’re delivered with vibrant images, educational content, and a fun and lively tone throughout! Paleo Primer has an engaging, light-hearted approach to providing the groundwork for any ancestral health plan. So whether you’re a seasoned paleo guru looking for a lively refresher and some killer recipes, or a first timer who wants to know what this paleo business is all about, Paleo Primer offers entertainment, and essential knowledge, about all your paleo fundamentals. Written by Primal Blueprint Publishing’s Keris Marsden and Matt Whitmore, two widely popular London-based health and fitness coaches, Paleo Primer is the perfect gift for yourself or that special family member or friend who either loves paleo living, […]
We’re all ecstatic to report that two of our Primal Blueprint Publishing titles, Death by Food Pyramid and Paleo Girl, have received some very big praises! Most recently, each placed in Foreword Reviews magazine’s prestigious INDIEFAB awards for 2014. Foreword Reviews is the premiere magazine for independent books and publishers. Every year an esteemed panel of librarians and judges wade through a series of submissions from all over the country to pick out the best and most noteworthy titles across a vast spectrum of genres. Now, with last year’s judging results in, we’ve received some big news. It was just announced that Paleo Girl placed as an honorable mention in the Young Adult Nonfiction category for Foreword Reviews‘ 2014 INDIEFAB Book of the Year Award. And another one of our titles, Death by Food Pyramid, has climbed to the very top of the ranks and grabbed a spot as the […]
Breaking News! Primal Blueprint Publishing is thrilled to announce that both Paleo Girl and Death by Food Pyramid have been recognized as finalists in the 17th annual Foreword Reviews’ INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards. You can check out the complete list of finalists here. Each year, Foreword Reviews shines a light on a select group of indie publishers, university presses, and self-published authors whose work stands out from the crowd. In the next three months, a panel of more than 100 volunteer librarians and booksellers will determine the winners in 63 categories based on their experience with readers and patrons. Foreword Reviews will celebrate the winners during a program at the American Library Association Annual Conference in San Francisco on Friday, June 26 at 6 p.m. at the Pop Top Stage in the exhibit hall. The Editor’s Choice Prize for Fiction, Nonfiction, and Foreword Reviews’ 2014 INDIEFAB Publisher of […]
The owner of a major cricket channel in India, Willow TV, benefited from reading Dr. Sinha’s South Asian Health Solution, and is going to air 30 second, 60 second, and 2 minute versions of the commercial during the peak cricket season. Check out the commercial here!
Back in 2009, when I released The Primal Blueprint – a book and a concept which I’d been researching and writing for several years prior – I immediately began work on the sequel. Maybe I rested on my laurels for a few weeks, focusing on the blog and personal time, but I launched back into the madness in no time. I knew the story of how human evolution and the ancestral environment plotted out a blueprint for human health wasn’t complete, that it didn’t stop with food and exercise, that there was a lot more to human health than what we put in our mouths. What about what we put in our minds? What about what we beheld with our eyes and ears? What about the people we spent time with, the human touch we felt, the community we shared, the play in which we engaged? The simple fact that […]