According to the cover flap ... The author Mark Sisson is a former athlete, troubled by injuries, burn out, and commonly accepted assumptions about eating, exercise and lifestyle habits. He asserts that we have drifted far from our genetic roots.
This drift has taken us away from natural foods and rejuvenating pursuits.
The author has sorted his premise into ten points that he calls "10 Primal Blueprint Laws".
For the purposes of a book study, I think the way to go, is to discuss these points in seperate threads.
Law#1 Eat lots of plants and animals.
Law#2 Avoid poisonous things.
Law#3 Move frequently at a slow pace.
Law#4 Lift heavy things.
Law#5 Sprint once in a while.
Law#6 Get adequate sleep.
Law#8 Get adequate sunlight.
Law#9 Avoid stupid mistakes.
Law#10 Use your brain.
I'm going to put my moderator hat on for a moment.
Firstly, I read the book and like the concept. I am not your doctor, neither is 3FC.
Just because 3FC has allowed me to facilitate a study does not mean that they particularly endorse the book, author or concept.
With respect to differing food plans and/or belief systems, there are threads and forums for many. This is not the place to debate those differences. They will be editted.
Please read the book. It is widely available both used and new ... although I have not checked in a library, I'm sure you'll be able to find it.
One nice thing about internet book discussions is that you don't necessarily have to be there
It's easy to catch up. If you decide to read the book at a later date ... these threads will still be here for you.
Primal Law#1 Eat lots of plants and animals.