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May 19, 2017

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If you are a little bit of a health nut and a little bit of a meat head like we are, then you have probably already heard about pureWOD, a supplement company offering protein powders, pre-workouts, post workouts, and greens that are made with only a few high quality ingredients. pureWOD has recently undergone a rebranding and is now called Equip, which we will get into a bit in our talk today with Dr. Anthony Gustin, who developed the company because he could not find what he was looking for in the market and wanted supplements that were the next best thing to food when food just is not convenient or available.

The company has taken off and he has since started a new one called Perfect Keto, offering exogenous ketone powders for those high-flying, bio-hacking keto folks who need help getting into or staying in ketosis. That’s kind of just the tip of the iceberg for Anthony. He is an authority in health and wellness and does a lot of self-experimentation with fasting, keto, and other stuff for his website and blog. He is very fun to follow on social media for that reason, and he is one of those guys that talking to him makes you feel a little bit lazy, but in a good way because he inspires you to do a little more experimenting and learning on your own.

CLICK HERE for the full transcript.

On today's show we discuss:

  • What Dr. Anthony does, and why he started his companies.
  • Why our bodies need different sources of protein and macronutrients.
  • The specific products provided by Dr. Anthony’s companies.
  • The biggest hole in the American diet as it pertains to micronutrients.
  • Dr. Anthony’s results of experimenting with fasting.
  • The challenges with a ketogenic diet and how it is very individualized.
  • Why you need to cut your protein intake significantly when doing a keto diet.
  • How exogenous ketones work and how they differentiate from endogenous ketones.
  • His typical day of eating and his preferred workouts on a ketogenic diet.

“Just getting people on the base level of eating real food is a really good place to start.” — @dranthonygustin [0:41:39.1]

Guest Links: 

Check out Dr. Anthony Gustin's website, DrAnthonyGustin.com
Connect with him on InstagramTwitter | Facebook
Check out the PureWOD website, PureWOD.com
Check out the Perfect Keto website, PerfectKeto.com

Additional Reading: 

My Four Day Fasting Results, by Dr. Anthony Gustin
Low Carb Vs. Keto, by Dr. Anthony Gustin
Primal Fat Burner, by Nora Gedgaudas

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May 16, 2017

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This is a special quick edition of the podcast because this week, we are heading to Paleo f(x), a health, nutrition, fitness, and wellness event that focuses on the Paleo lifestyle. It’s a three day event in Austin Texas May 19th to the 21st and it features hundreds of vendors with food, supplements, fitness gear and more, thousands of attendees from all over the place, all kinds of special events, workout opportunities, workshops and educational sessions and it’s a literal who’s who of world class experts in the Paleo community.

To learn a bit more about what we can expect with this year’s show, we managed to get the very busy founders of Paleo f(x), Michelle and Keith Norris to join us today. Keith is one of those few lucky souls who escaped corporate America and and was able to transition full-time into his passion for bettering lives by teaching the art and science of physical culture. Michelle is a former corporate warrior, trained chef, and multi-potentialite. Her personal health issues and struggles with the traditional medical system inspired her to take a new approach in how the world tackles health, wellness, and prosperity.

CLICK HERE for the full transcript.

On today's show we discuss:

  • The new sessions, presentations, and events lined up for Paleo f(x) 2017.
  • The vendor space and the delicious foods that will be available.
  • The schedule changes and feedback that has been implemented.
  • How Paleo f(x) has grown over the years as more people believed in the movement.
  • The speakers to expect at Paleo f(x) 2017.
  • The one thing that attendees shouldn’t miss about the show at Paleo f(x)
  • The one panel that Keith says is a must-attend event at Paleo f(x).

“One of our missions is to expose people who are just getting started or have new information to put out.” — @KeithNorris [0:13:01.1]

“One of the big things that we have noticed with Paleo f(x) is the social aspect of it.” — Michelle Noris @PaleoFX [0:16:51.1]

Guest Links: 

Check out the Paleo f(x) website, PaleoFX.com
Connect with them on InstagramTwitter | Facebook | YouTube
See what's happening on the Paleo f(x) Livestream or Paleo f(x) TV

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May 8, 2017

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It’s girl talk time, or women talk we should say, because today we are talking to Stefani Ruper, the founder of Paleo for Women and the cohost of the Paleo Women Podcast. Stefani has been a main stay in the Paleo world since she started her website talking about her struggles with PCOS and other hormonal issues. She tends to focus less on prescriptive rules and more on ways to love yourself and have a healthy mind and body.

Stefani’s open, she’ll talk about real stuff, even if it’s uncomfortable, like acne, PMS, sexual health, and all the good stuff we really want to hear about, which is why we’re so glad she is on the show today. Stefani is also the author of a book called Sexy by Nature, acknowledging what most of us women already know, that our health and physiology is a bit more complicated than men’s. As such, we need to pay some extra attention to it rather than just following some blanket weight loss plan and hoping that will fix everything.

Today we are going to get into all of that and more and although there is plenty of girl power, anyone can enjoy this podcast because Stefani is just so fun to talk to and makes it easy for everyone to learn something.

CLICK HERE for the full transcript.

On today's show we discuss:

  • How Stefani was motivated to pursue philosophy studies.
  • The Paleo Women Podcast, and the topics they discuss.
  • Stefani’s tips on how to combat the ever present bodies image issues in our society.
  • The main topics Stefani covers on her blog and how she helps bring women issues to the forefront.
  • Why Stefani has adopted more of a balanced Paleo diet, and her thoughts on legumes and plant estrogens.
  • The ketogenic diet, and why it can be helpful for some, but unnecessary for others.
  • How Stefani prioritizes her sleep and keeps her self-care at the top of her list.
  • What Stefani has to say about what we can all do today to improve our lives.

“I realized that paleo was not going to make me live forever, and nothing will” — @PaleoforWomen [0:27:26.1]

“The future of health is going to be 80% psychological.” — @PaleoforWomen [0:33:03.1]

Guest Links: 

Check out the Stefani's website, PaleoForWomen.com
Check out the Paleo Women Podcast
Connect with her on InstagramTwitter | Facebook
Grab a copy of Stefani's book, 
Sexy by Nature

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May 1, 2017

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It turns out that going from working at NASA to launching a very popular collagen company may not be as big a step as you think. Today’s guest is Kurt Seidensticker, the founder of Vital Proteins, one of the biggest companies offering collagen products on the market today and we might be their biggest fans. Their grass fed whey and marine collagen products can make a huge difference in the health of your skin and nails and digestion, even your joints, which is great for those of us who work out a lot.

Collagen seems like a miracle product until you really learn more about it and then it makes a lot of sense why it does all of the great things that it does. But in any case, we’re a little bit obsessed with them. We are talking to Kurt today about the company, why collagen is so great, and he teases us with a bunch of new products that he will be showing at Paleo f(x) this year.

CLICK HERE for the full transcript.

On today's show we discuss:

  • Kurt’s background and how Vital Proteins was started.
  • How Kurt went from being an aerospace engineer for NASA to starting a protein company.
  • The importance of collagen in our diet, and why we may not be getting enough.
  • How collagen is processed, what it is, and the major health benefits it brings.
  • The differences between the Vital Proteins products.
  • What sets Vital Proteins apart from other protein companies in the marketplace.
  • What a day in Kurt’s life looks like.
  • The new products that Vital Proteins will be showcasing at Paleo f(x).

“When you talk about collagen, you talk about a healthy lifestyle.” — Kurt Seidensticker [0:21:31.1]

Guest Links: 

Check out the Vital Proteins website, VitalProteins.com
Connect with them on InstagramTwitter | Facebook

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Apr 24, 2017

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The Hungry Brain is a new book from Stephan Guyenet, an obesity and neuroscience researcher. In his book, Stephan explains all about the complicated processes of the brain and body that leads us to behave the way we do with regards to eating and food, and how this can be problematic when taken into context with our modern world and our modern diet, which is a situation that’s very different from the world our ancestors lived in and the world in which our brains developed.

This book really resonates, we think, because so many of us feel out of control with our eating and don’t understand why we make the food choices we do or why we act the way we do or look the way we do when we so desperately want things to be different. This book is so important because it helps explain in very specific and scientific, yet clear terms, why our brain does what it does and the ways we can work to combat the very intelligent biological processes that in today’s world can make us fat, sick, and keep us caught in a negative cycle with our eating.

We’re really excited about our talk today with Stephan and think it will make us all feel more informed, more empowered, and more able to tackle what, on the surface, seems like a very simple task — eat well and be healthy — but is actually so much more complicated than we think. We really hope you get as much out of this episode as we did.

CLICK HERE for the full transcript.

On today's show we discuss:

  • The main goal and learning points of Stephan’s book, The Hungry Brain.
  • What is meant by the terms “sensory specific satiety” and “habituation”.
  • The progressive ratio test and it is used to test your motivational drive.
  • How the hypothalamus regulates body fat and how your set point can change with time.
  • How to transition to a diet that contains less hyper palatable foods.
  • Stephan’s typical diet on a day-to-day basis.
  • How sensory queues trigger the motivational circuits in our brains towards certain foods.
  • His thoughts on the whole abstainer versus moderator debate.
  • The effect that eating at all times of day has on your ability to lose weight.
  • How uncontrolled stress can effect our food intake behaviors.
  • Stephan’s top tips and strategies for tricking the brain to feel fuller on fewer calories.

“There are a lot of brain functions that we are not aware of and not in control of.” — @whsource [0:14:43.1]

“There is no other diet that is better at fattening rodents than palatable human foods.” — @whsource [0:24:30.1]

Guest Links: 

Check out Stephan's website, stephanguyenet.com
Connect with him on Twitter | Facebook
Grab a copy of his new book, The Hungry Brain

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Apr 17, 2017

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Is Milk Paleo? Does it matter? Is milk good for you? For those of us willing to eat the flesh and guts of many animals, is it really that much of a stretch to consume dairy products too? These are questions that may be a source of a lot of debate. However, considering a pretty big theme in nutrition these days, even in our ancestral health and nutrition, is about personalizing your diet with foods that make you feel and perform your best, some of you may still be into milk or at least willing to explore your options.

On the podcast today we are talking with Walid from Desert Farms, a company that sells pasture raised grass fed camel products in the US such as milk, meat, and even skin care. He gives us the low down on why camel milk is different and in his opinion, superior to cow’s milk. He talks about how his camels are raised and we also get into the different ways that camel products can be used like in chocolate and beauty products. We also talk about hump fat, so definitely tune to learn all about it.

CLICK HERE for the full transcript.

On today's show we discuss:

  • How Walid first had the idea to introduce Camel products to the US.
  • What makes camel milk different from cow’s milk and how they are inter-linked.
  • The difference between pasteurized and raw milk, and the fears that consumers face.
  • How hump fat will be their first meat line product.
  • The properties in camel milk that are helping people heal themselves.
  • What is to come for Desert Farms in the near future.

“For everyone that basically has missed their dairy, their real milk, this is a perfect alternative for them.” — @WalidAbdulWahb [0:14:43.1]

“Supplementing camel’s milk on a Paleo or elimination diet helps significantly with people with autoimmunity..” — @WalidAbdulWahb [0:18:02.1]

Guest Links: 

Check out the Desert Farms website, DesertFarms.com
Connect with them on Instagram | Twitter | Facebook

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Apr 11, 2017

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We’re talking to Nora Gedgaudas on the podcast today. Many of you are probably already familiar with her name. She is a Paleo expert with a number of bestselling books like Primal Body, Primal Mind and Rethinking Fatigue. Nora is a board certified nutritional consultant and clinical neuro feedback specialist with the practice in Portland, Oregon. She is a speaker and educator with her own podcast as well as being a regular at Paleo f(x). Nora has a new book out called Primal Fat Burner that talks about a fat based ancestral diet that helps you live longer and be leaner and healthier.

Now, while the term ketogenic diet is probably familiar to many of you, this book covers topics that even we did not know. In today’s episode, we get into the biological basis for this type of eating and how it can benefit everyone from high level athletes to those dealing with a whole host of health issues, and everyone in between. Nora schools us on things like how much protein you should actually be eating. Spoiler alert, it’s probably pretty different than you think. So let’s get right into it, and learn more about Nora.

CLICK HERE for the full transcript 

In our conversation we discuss:

  • How Nora discovered a fat rich diet while observing wolves in the tundra.
  • What sparked her to question our modern day diets from observing others.
  • Why some people may need to approach the ketogenic lifestyle differently than others.
  • Why being in a fat based ketogenic diet requires a protein sparing approach.
  • If the ketegenic diet has different implications for women.
  • Why a dependence on glucose is the truly unnatural form of metabolism.
  • Why our inability to eat meat is an indication of how far removed we are from our natural environment.
  • Why there are some vital components that cannot be substituted by a plant-base diet.
  • The strategies that can help you transition gradually into a ketogenic diet.

“The fact of the matter is that a fat based ketogenic approach is extremely protein sparing.” — @NoraGedgaudas [0:16:40.1]

“Ultimately what you want to do, the name of the game is making your own ketones by eliminating carbs.” — @NoraGedgaudas [0:48:29.1]

 

Guest Links: 

Check out Nora's website, PrimalBody-PrimalMind.com
Connect with her on Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
Grab a copy of Nora's new book, Primal Fat Burner

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Apr 3, 2017

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We all know that health starts on the inside. What you’re putting into your body is crucially important. What you put on your body is pretty important too and, like your food, it's important to make smart, educated decisions about the products you choose to help support your skin health. Skin care is an important, and often overlooked part of health and wellness for men and women, young and old. That’s why we’re chatting with Primally Pure founder Bethany McDaniel today. 

Bethany makes an extensive line of natural skin care products including body oils, lotions, and even a baby care line. She uses free-trade ingredients and even Tallow from grass fed cows from her own farm, so it is a pretty cool story. On today’s show we are going to talk about what it’s like to start a farm with with no experience, and start your own natural skin care company, also with no experience. Finally, we talk about some of Bethany’s Paleo practices, foods, and other healthy products that she’s in to. So stay tuned to learn more about what to put on your skin for better health and wellness.

CLICK HERE for the full transcript 

In our conversation we discuss:

  • How Bethany started a farm with her extended family.
  • What it takes to run a farm, and how the jobs are divided between family members.
  • The biggest challenges they faced and the learning curve they had to overcome.
  • What lead Bethany to start her own skincare company, without any experience.
  • How Bethany makes her products with grass-fed tallow beef.
  • Bethany’s favorite products and tips for staying moisturized.
  • What it means to produce and market a skincare brand towards men.
  • How Bethany practices health and wellness outside of skincare.
  • How she first adopted the Paleo lifestyle and how it continues today.
  • What’s next for Bethany in her business ventures and collaborations.

“I just was so fascinated by the idea that these simple ingredients can actually do so much for your skin.” — Bethany McDaniel [0:10:52.1]

“I was just using coconut oil and baking soda on my armpits, and that worked great for me.” — Bethany McDaniel [0:20:56.4]

 

Guest Links: 

Check out the Primally Pure website, PrimallyPure.com
Connect with them on Facebook | Instagram

 

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Mar 27, 2017

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Everyone’s talking about Four Sigmatic; Time Magazine, Vogue, Forbes, even the New York Times. This super food company’s goal is to popularize medicinal mushrooms by incorporating them in popular products like coffee and hot coco. Basically, they’re nicely tricking us into eating what’s good for us already. Their products launched in the US market in 2015 and are now sold in more than 25 countries.

Today’s interview is with the founder Tero Isokauppila, president of Four Sigmatic. Tero grew up in a farm in Finland where he foraged for mushrooms and learned about natural foods from an early age and he later got a degree in chemistry and a certificate in plant based nutrition from Cornel University. He’s an authority on super foods and natural health and he was chosen as one of the world’s top 50 food activists by the Academy of Culinary Nutrition. So if you’re into food and bio hacking, definitely stay tuned. You’ll never look at mushrooms the same way again.

CLICK HERE for the full transcript 

In our conversation we discuss:

  • The products Four Sigmatic offers and what they do for people.
  • The unique properties of each type of mushroom used in Four Stigmatic’s products.
  • The origins of medicinal mushrooms and their ideal growing environments.
  • Why it is important to understand where your food comes from, even with mushrooms/fungi.
  • What mycotoxins and aflatoxins are and why mushroom companies need to be aware of them.
  • Mushroom allergies, and how you may not be allergic to these medicinal mushrooms.
  • How the way mushrooms are grown can affect how they impact your gut health.
  • Why it is not recommended to take medicinal mushrooms while on antibiotics.
  • What needs to be done in the industry to educate people on the benefits of medical mushrooms.
  • The possible benefits medicinal mushrooms have for treating cancer in patients.
  • The recommended dose for the average person or general cross-fitter.
  • Tero’s suggestion for what product to try first if you are just starting out with mushrooms.

“Medicinal mushrooms are extremophiles so they grow in extreme climates.” —  Tero Isokauppila [0:13:34.8]

“The promise of some compounds in mushrooms having antiviral and anti-tumor properties is very fascinating.” —  Tero Isokauppila  [0:35:24.0]

Guest Links: 

Check out the Four Sigmatic website, FourSigmatic.com
Connect with him on FacebookTwitter | Instagram | YouTube

Additional Links & Resources:

The Tools of Titans by Tim Ferriss
Mushroom Academy
Cancer Ward by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
Find My Shroom

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Mar 20, 2017

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I think many of us Paleo folks have already learned that one of the biggest challenges in being healthy is that our modern world seems stacked against us and at odds with our biological wiring. Our world, which we are very lucky to inhabit, encourages us to eat processed unhealthy food, encourages us to sit and watch TV rather than walk and play, and to scroll on our phone all night rather than sleep.

The knowledge of this modern world with all its amazing technology and comfort is also the source of much of our current physical and mental challenges, but that isn’t an excuse to let go and be as sedentary and unhealthy as possible. Instead, this information can help to empower us to be mindful of our choices and educate ourselves about better ways to live. Ways that more closely aligned with what makes each of us feel good and healthy. Today on the podcast, Robb Wolf is here to discuss his new book, Wired to Eat. Robb is one of the original leaders of the Paleo movement, he is a former research biochemist, a health expert, and bestselling author of The Paleo Solution.

In today’s episode, we talk about why most diets fail and why another diet is not the answer. We dive into rewiring our bodies, a lot about carbs, and we also get into the ketogenic diet. I also bug him about his own personal training and eating routines. Robb is a ridiculously smart human being and he is also super down to earth and friendly. So I really hope you enjoy this interview as much as I did.

CLICK HERE for the full transcript 

In our conversation we discuss:

  • Robb’s inspiration to write his new book, and how he planned to change lives.
  • How to reframe and change your mindset of guilt-based thinking about food.
  • Why it is important that our human tendencies are rewarded for movement towards favorable outcomes.
  • The carb test and how it can help determine which carbs are best suited for you.
  • The ketogenic diet, the caveats, and who it is best suited for.
  • The use of exogenous ketones and Robb’s thoughts on their use overall.
  • How to seamlessly cater for a family with different eating requirements.
  • His eating and exercise routines, and what they typically look like.

“Continually eating poor food choices could get us sick; it could stick us in an early grave.” — @robbwolf [0:16:50.0]

“You can get buried under data that gives you no actionable insights.” — @robbwolf [0:59:06.0]

 

Guest Links: 

Check out Robb's website, RobbWolf.com
Connect with him on FacebookTwitter
Grab a copy of Robb's new book: Wired to Eat

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 by Robb Wolf

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Mar 13, 2017

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The internet is often seen as the cause of and solution to all of life’s problems. Wi-Fi is basically everywhere these days and it is pretty convenient. Most people think it's a good thing, but wireless radiation can also be harmful, especially to young people and those who are sensitive to it. Educating ourselves about the pros and cons of our increasingly wireless world is critical, and today’s guest is going to help us with that.  Alison Main is a freelance writer who focuses on environmental health and illness, wireless radiation, electromagnetic safety, chemical safety, and technology addiction. She’s also a regular contributor to Paleo Magazine. In our chat today, Alison explains exactly what EMF and wireless radiation is and why it can be harmful. She talks about the sneaky ways it can show up in our lives and most importantly, she provides easy ways we can reduce our exposure to wireless radiation right away, while also easing off on that pesky technology addiction that many of us are guilty of. So it’s time to sit back, relax, power down, and listen to our chat with Alison Main.

CLICK HERE for the full transcript 

In our conversation we discuss:

  • How Alison came to study the issues around wireless tech.
  • What EMF is and how to know whether or not you are hyper sensitive to it.
  • Alison's message in her article featured in Paleo Magazine.
  • Why children are more vulnerable to EMF sensitivities.
  • Simple tips to reduce wireless radiation in your home.
  • Why having Wi-Fi everywhere may not be such a good thing.
  • The baby steps you can take to reduce your overall EMF exposure.
  • The “safe” distance to stay from your phone.
  • Tips on how to find a balance between being paranoid or not being aware at all.

“No matter what device we’re talking about, distance is your friend.” — @amaindesign [0:23:13.0]

“Taking steps towards safe technology is the best thing that you can do to protect yourself.” —@amaindesign [0:27:57.0]

 

Guest Links: 

Check out Alison's website, AlisonMain.me
Connect with her on Twitter

Additional Links & Resources:

Restorative Blends
Air Tube Head Set
Environmental Health Trust
The American Academy of Pediatrics
The National Association for Children and Safe Technology
Show The Fine Print
The Baby Safe Project

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Mar 6, 2017

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Maybe you've struggled with the ethical implications of eating meat. Maybe you found yourself at a loss trying to explain how a Paleo diet complete with animal protein can be healthy and good for the world. Or maybe you’ve just daydreamed about what it would be like to live on a farm with your family, surrounded by delicious fresh food. If you’re nodding your head at any of this, today’s episode is for you. Diana Rodgers is on the podcast today. She is a real food licensed registered dietician and nutritional therapy practitioner living on a working organic farm in the Boston area. She runs an active nutrition practice where she helps people get on track with diet and lifestyle. She’s also an author of a number of books, hosts The Sustainable Dish Podcast, and she’s a wife and mother of two. Diana is consulting dietician to several gyms and has worked with pretty much everyone in the Paleo world including Robb Wolf, the folks at Whole 30, and Dr. Kirk Parsley. Last but not least, she’s a staff writer for your fave, Paleo Magazine.

CLICK HERE for the full transcript 

In our conversation we discuss:

  • Diana's trip to Costa Rica and the food she ate there.
  • How Diana and her family “re-entered real life” after a vacation.
  • A day in her family's life on an organic farm.
  • How to combat misinformation about adopting a healthy diet.
  • Why Diana does not portray herself as a Paleo evangelist.
  • Why it is important to start out simple, not with gourmet meals.
  • What it means to identify your trigger foods and how to avoid overeating.
  • The ethical and environmental issues behind bananas.
  • “The dark side of chocolate” and how child slavery is involved.
  • Diana's new book with Robb Wolf.

Sweet potatoes don’t have a big Paleo sticker on them in the produce department.” — @SustainableDish [0:15:18.0]

Everything eats and is eaten.” — @SustainableDish [0:20:18.0]

Trying to steer the Titanic in a slightly different direction, gets me up in the morning every day.” — @SustainableDish [0:38:44.0]   

Guest Links: 

Check out Diana's website, SustainableDish.com
Connect with her on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram
Check out Diana's podcast, Sustainable Dish

Additional Links & Resources:

Finca Luna Nueva
The Savory Institute
Whole30 Program
Nutrisystem
Equal Exchange
The Dark Side of Chocolate
Sebastian Junger's book, Tribe
Robb Wolf's book, Wired to Eat
Gretchen Rubin's Book, Better Than Before
Sustainable Dish Episode. #31
 - with Joe Salatin

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Feb 24, 2017

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All right Paleo Nation, we've got a new host, Ashleigh VanHouten, on the mic and today's guest is none other than former PMR host, Tony Federico. He has now transitioned into the role of VP of Marketing for Natural Force, an all-natural supplement company. We're going to talk about his new job, the importance of prioritizing, what he has learned during his time talking to so many of the Paleo industry’s best and brightest, and what’s cooking over at Natural Force, the vision they have for the company, as well as some new things that are coming up. Tony also gives some great advice like why falling off your bike, both literally and figuratively, could be a good thing and passes the “podcast torch,” reflecting on some of his best moments and leaving Ashleigh with his final words of wisdom.

In our conversation we discuss:

  • How Paleo Magazine was like a beacon of light in Tony’s transition to the Paleo lifestyle.
  • How Tony got the opportunity to be VP of Marketing for Natural Force.
    Why Natural Force supplements are different and really stand apart.
  • Tony's perspective on whether to supplement or not.
  • What a day in his new work life looks like at Natural Force.
  • Some new developments at Natural Force (and a sneak peak at product launches!)
  • Tony’s opinion on whether the term “Paleo” has hit its peak.
  • Tony's best moments as host of Paleo Magazine Radio.
  • Tony’s final parting words to Ashleigh, as the new host of Paleo Magazine Radio.

“It’s a real joyful thing when you get outside of your normal box, as far as movement is concerned, and you start to play again.” — @TonyFedFitness [0:37:57.0]

“You have to honor the seasons in your life and listen to what you’re being called to do at any given time.” — @TonyFedFitness [0:44:50.0]

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Guest Links: 

Check out Tony's website FitnessInAnEvolutionaryDirection.com
Connect with him on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram
Check out the Natural Force website, NaturalForce.com
Connect with them on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Additional Links & Resources:

Dr. Loren Cordain's book, The Paleo Diet
Robb Wolf's book, Paleo Solution
Mark Sisson's book, Primal Blueprint
Arthur De Vany's book, The New Evolution Diet
Richard Wrangham's book, Catching Fire
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Feb 20, 2017

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Steve Sashen has always been an energetic, athletic, and entrepreneurial guy. In high school he was an all-american sprinter, and while studying film in college, he did stand up comedy on the side. After graduating with his masters in film, he went on to develop word processing software for script-writers that became industry standard.

Steve stayed active throughout his life, trying things like circus acrobatics and competitive jump roping, but nothing really scratched his itch until he rediscovered his passion for running, and specifically sprinting. A friend introduced him to the world of Masters Track and Field, and for a time, he was having the time of his life.

Eventually, a string of devastating injuries forced Steve to pump the brakes, and while searching for a solution he found himself going on a completely bare foot run with the Boulder Colorado barefoot running club. As the miles ticked by, Steve explored the information his shoe-free feet provided, and in doing so, altered his gait and mechanics such that he didn't even realize that he had run farther than he ever had in his life.

That very first barefoot run lit a spark that changed the course of Steve's life forever and on today's Paleo Radio Bite, we discuss how.

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Guest Links: 

Check out Steve's website, XeroShoes.com
Connect with Steve on Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

More Resources:

Check out Tony's 2010 interview with Steve, Here
Check out the Boulder Barefoot Running Club website, RunBare.com

 


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Feb 13, 2017

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It's in your pocket, in your ears, and it's even in the very air you breathe, but we're not talking about a chemical or biological organism, we're talking about EMF.

EMF is an acronym for Electric and Magnetic Fields. Naturally occurring EMF fields are generated by the earth and the sun, and as such, humans have been exposed to these fields since before we were humans. As with many things however, human ingenuity and innovation has led to the development of technologies that are changing the natural EMF environment.

Power lines, cell phones, computers, wifi routers, microwave ovens, and numerous other electronic devices generate evolutionarily novel EMF fields, and the question we must ask is whether or not these new sources of EMF cause long term harm and contribute to disease.

According to the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, "the few studies that have been conducted on adults show no evidence of a link between EMF exposure and adult cancers, such as leukemia, brain cancer, and breast cancer." They assert that the frequency of EMF emitted by household appliances is "non ionizing" and therefore relatively benign as opposed to the "ionizing" radiation of x-rays and gamma rays that have well documented harmful effects. Despite these assertions however, there are many anecdotal accounts of health issues related to low frequency EMF exposure.

On today's show, we talk to a former Silicon Valley engineer named Jeromy Johnson who experienced a health crisis after wireless "smart" electrical meters were installed below his San Francisco home. Jeromy's "wireless wake up call" has led him to become an electrical health advocate and he believes that managing our exposure to EMF will become an increasingly essential ancestral health strategy.

In our conversation we discuss:

  • The unforeseen consequences of "the internet of things".
  • The symptoms of EMF exposure.
  • The potential long term effects on reproductive health and cancer risk that EMF presents.
  • Tips for reducing your exposure to EMF.
  • Digital detoxes.
  • How to use technology safely.
  • Why he decided to speak up about his experiences with an EMF related illness.
  • What it was like to tell 2000 technology enthusiasts at TEDx that there might be a downside to inundating our environment and our bodies with EMF.

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Guest Links: 

Check out Jeromy's website EMFanalysis.com
Connect with him on Facebook | Twitter
Check out the NIEHS information page on EMF, HERE

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Feb 6, 2017

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Digestive issues like gastroesophageal reflux (GERD), irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), and small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) affect millions of people and cost billions of dollars in lost work and health care expenses each year. 

In the search for relief, afflicted individuals often suffer through invasive colonoscopies, dangerous immune suppressing drugs, and even surgical removal of their colon, but what if the the answer was as simple as only eating potatoes for just a few days?

This might sound ridiculous, but according to Tim Steele, author of The Potato Hack, a short-term mono-diet of plainly cooked potatoes can strengthen your immune system, improve sleep, and even lead to weight loss by feeding beneficial gut bacteria, combating inflammation, and resetting your relationship to food. 

Tim isn't even the first person to make these claims, he got the idea for a potato fast after reading about an 1849 diet prescribed to people who were "living too luxuriously" and who became overweight and "dyspeptic" as a result. More recently, both the magician Penn Jillette, as well as an Australian man named Andrew Taylor, have credited potato fasts for helping them to lose over 100lbs each. 

On today's Paleo Radio Bite, we phone in to Tim at his home in North Pole, Alaska, to find out more about his book The Potato Hack and how the much maligned tuber might be a health food after all.
 
 
 
 
 
 

Guest Links: 

Check out Tim's website, PotatoHack.com
Connect with Trevor on Facebook
Grab a copy of Tim's Book, The Potato Hack: Weight Loss Simplified

More Resources:

Article: The Secret to Losing 100 Pounds, According to Penn Jillette
Article: Man Loses 115 Pounds Eating Nothing But Potatoes For A Year

 


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Jan 30, 2017

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According to Zevia CEO Paddy Spence, fighting for smarter food options for consumers against large, established competitors is the riskiest career move he ever made, but he's not one to shy away from a fight, or to let fear of failure prevent him from taking a risk.

Growing up with a single mom who struggled to make ends meat, but always made a point to feed her kids the best food she could buy, Paddy knew that he wasn't going to get any handouts and any success he had would come from dedication and hard work.

He studied Greek and Latin in high school and used his unique specialization to get the interest of the college administrators at Harvard where he paid his way by delivering boxes for UPS. After graduating from Harvard Business School with his MBA, he went on to work for companies like Kashi, and Levlad, a personal care manufacturer that makes natural shampoos and soaps. He also founded SPINS, a health and wellness marketing firm.

While working at Levlad, Paddy came across a stevia sweetened soda called Zevia, and was inspired to find out more about the company. He ended up buying the the small startup and has since led Zevia to over $100 million dollars in annual revenue, and that's with products that are artificial color free, artificial flavor free, corn syrup free, GMO free and naturally sweetened. 

On today's show, we are joined by Paddy Spence to discuss his career, his life, and how he's trying to revolutionize the diet soda industry.

CLICK HERE for the full transcript.

 

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Guest Links: 

Check out the Zevia website
Connect with them on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

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Jan 23, 2017

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Chef Trevor Bird was born and raised in Montreal, Canada and began cutting his culinary teeth when we was only a teenager. His career path wound through some of Canada's best restaurants, and eventually landed him a spot on season 2 of Top Chef Canada. Although he didn't win the competition, he did come in second place, and used the experience, and a partnership with fellow contestant Curtis Luk, to open his own restaurant, a farm-to-table focused eatery named Fable Kitchen and Diner. He is now one of Canada's most ardent real food advocates and his passion for feeding people well has now manifested in his latest project, an online meat co-op called MeatMe.co
 
Meatme connects customers to a growing network of Canadian farmers who raise their animals on natural pasture and in a honest and humane way. Qualifying farms do not use hormones, antibiotics, or any chemicals whatsoever and are also required to provide ample living space, natural and GMO free feed, and high standards of animal welfare.
 
On the MeatMe.co site, you can actually pick the exact animal you want to buy a share of, such as "Heifer no. 347 | Black Angus", "Hog no. 188 | Nut fed Berkshire", and "Lamb no. 874 | Hair bred". Additionally, Chef Trevor provides innovative and delicious recipes with each order, and he joins us on our show today to tell us more about his culinary career and the Meatme.co difference.
 
 
 

Guest Links: 

Check out the MeatMe.co website
Check out the FableKitchen.ca website
Connect with Trevor on, Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

 


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Jan 16, 2017

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We've talked to many people who have dealt with serious health conditions, and many of them have been frustrated or stymied by the conventional medical system and the care they've received from doctors, but what happens if you are the patient and the doctor? This is the situation Dr. Cate Shanahan found herself in when she experienced a mysterious and undiagnosable pain in her knee that made it difficult for her to walk and almost cost her her job.  

After trying multiple treatments and experiencing numerous dead ends, she came across a book called Spontaneous Healing by Dr. Andrew Weil, which, in her words, "opened a crack in the darkness." In Spontaneous Healing, Dr. Cate learned about the significance of omega three fatty acids and it set her on a path to uncover the "dark calories" that have infiltrated our food supply and how traditional fats, and an ancestral diet in general, can provide a way out of many modern diseases. She was inspired to write her ideas down, and these notes provided the basis for her best-selling book Deep Nutrition that she wrote along with her husband Luke.  

Deep Nutrition was originally released back in 2008, and since then, she has been busy building her medical practice, speaking at conferences across the country, and working as a dietary consultant for the LA Lakers. Obviously she's learned a lot in the process and is now taking those lessons and using them to revise, update, and expand her book.

The updated version of Dr. Cate's Deep Nutrition is now available, and on today's show, we discuss:

  • The dangers of intergenerational malnutrition.
  • The superfood she used to help Kobe Bryant recover 100% faster from an ankle injury.
  • Why oxidative stress is the ultimate disease maker.
  • How free radicals can create an explosion of inflammation in the body.
  • Why good fats taste better.
  • The right questions to ask when you go to a restaurant.
  • How she gets professional basketball players to eat healthy.

CLICK HERE for the full transcript.

 

 

Guest Links: 

Check out Dr. Cate's website, DrCate.com
Connect with her on Facebook | Twitter

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Jan 9, 2017

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Sarah Ramsden believes that "When you’re given a wake up call, you have to do something with it." Her particular wake up call was being diagnosed with a brain tumor and multiple sclerosis all in one week, and her do something about it was leaving a lucrative graphic design career, ending an unfulfilling marriage, going back to school, and moving across the country.
 
Sarah is now coaching others to take an active role in their recovery from a major illness, helping them to become thrivers, not just survivors. She has been featured on The Huffington Post, The Whole 30, and House and Home and we're happy to have her join us here today on Paleo Magazine Radio.

  

Guest Links: 

Check out Sarah's website, SarahRamsden.com
Connect with her on, Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

 


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Jan 2, 2017

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Based in Northern California, Jambo Superfoods has made waves in the Paleo community and beyond by bringing the world's first Paleo certified cannabis edible to the marijuana marketplace. 

Earlier this year, we interviewed the founders of Jambo, Shannon Puma Drake and Johg Ananda, and we discussed their personal and professional lives, it was an enlightening conversation to be sure, but before we go any further we’d like to warn anyone who doesn't want to hear adults talk about pot that they might want want to skip today's show, alternately, if you have kids in the car and you'd rather not have "that" conversation with them, now would be a good time to check out just about any other episode of Paleo Magazine Radio.

If you're still here however, we’re going to assume that you're game to get into this discussion, and because it's a two part interview that spans an entire two hours, we’re going to cut right to the chase.

In part one, we’ll be talking to Shannon about:

  • Her former career as a fashion marketer.
  • What led to her starting her first company, Give me the Dirt.
  • How she first learned about Paleo from a biological anthropology professor.
  • The impact of witnessing her father's battle with lung cancer.
  • Overcoming chronic migraines.
  • Using cannabis recreationally, medically, and as a tool for personal development.
  • Resurrecting the wisdom of the ancients.
  • Using breathwork to master your body.
  • How she found her her inner jungle cat through plant medicine.

We will have a short intermission before getting into our second interview with Johg Ananda where we discuss:

  • Growing up in Florida.
  • Working for his dad's plumbing company.
  • Starting a startup, failing, and starting again.
  • How he turned an idea into a business in single weekend.
  • Why asking yourself the question "can you sell it?" is more important for an entrepreneur than "can you make it".
  • Why Tim Ferriss' 4-hour work week worked, but took more time, money, and energy, than Johg had ever imagined.
  • The irony of medical cannabis products that are full of sugar and processed ingredients.
  • How he is navigating his way through the complex web of marijuana laws and regulations in order to bring value to the lives of his customers, employees, and himself.

 

CLICK HERE for the full transcript.

 

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Guest Links: 

Check out the Jambo Super Foods website
Connect with them on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Check out The Dirt website
Connect with them on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Check out the Healthy Surprise website
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