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Oct 30, 2018

This week, we welcome Sal Di Stefano. Sal has a long history in personal training and fitness, and he’s a cohost of the popular Mind Pump podcast. In this episode, we discuss the current state of the health and fitness industry and the state of sharing and gathering information. We also dive into social media and decision making and how all that relates to the health space. We also discuss the value podcasts like ours can bring if we’re dedicated to communication and learning—as well as the possible pitfalls. We really get into it, and we even have a little debate about Paleo.

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Key Points From This Episode:

  • The higher purpose behind Mind Pump.  
  • Getting information out to the people who need to hear it.
  • Putting good-quality, well-researched content out there.
  • Why discussion around health and fitness is a good thing.
  • How other podcasts and businesses in this industry end up benefiting everybody.
  • How people’s perception of aesthetics are now skewed through social media.
  • Reinforcing your internal locust of control over your fitness and health.
  • How Sal, Adam, and Justin came together to start the Mind Pump podcast.
  • The importance of integrity, honesty, and transparency.
  • Interacting with your audience and paying attention to what most people need to hear.
  • Sal’s thoughts on the Paleo diet.
  • Optimizing your life.
  • Where Sal sees himself 10 years from now.
  • And much more!

Tweetables:

“More Americans consider themselves independent today than ever before in American history.” — Sal Di Stefano [0:20:37.1]

“One of the things about communicating ideas is you have to be able to sell them really well.” — Sal Di Stefano [0:32:05.1]

“You can have the best information in the world but if nobody wants to hear what you have to say because you’re not entertaining or because you’re not compelling, it doesn’t matter.” — Sal Di Stefano [0:32:13.1]

“One of the best things you could possibly do is say it before they do.” — Sal Di Stefano [0:40:24.1]

“We constantly remind ourselves to pay attention to what most people need to hear versus what we may want to hear.” — Sal Di Stefano [0:42:19.1]

Links Mentioned in This Episode: 

Sal Di Stefano — http://www.saldistefanoblog.com

Mind Pump Podcast — https://www.mindpumpmedia.com/

Mind Pump on Twitter — https://twitter.com/Mindpump

Mind Pump on youtube — https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChVak8_IyuqcErdf_jQUOHA

Mind Pump Free — https://www.mindpumpmedia.com/p/free-resources

Sal on Facebook — https://www.facebook.com/OfficialSalDiStefano/

Sal on Instagram — https://www.instagram.com/mindpumpsal/

Sal on Youtube — https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-TLBoeIFrOOvxpsO0GjwLg

Joe Rogan podcast — http://podcasts.joerogan.net/

Craig Carpurso — https://www.livlfe.com/

Ben Greenfield — https://bengreenfieldfitness.com/

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Oct 23, 2018

This week, we're joined by Dr. Randi Epstein, author of Aroused: The History of Hormones, which approaches hormones in a conversational and approachable way, looking at the subject from a historical and practical standpoint. We chat about Dr. Epstein’s background and how she ended up in this field. Then we dive into the book, its creation, and its content. Finally, we spend some time covering the subject of menopause before discussing some ideas around diet, nutrition, and weight gain. For a vastly informative chat, be sure to tune in!

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Key Points From This Episode:

  • Dr. Epstein’s background and experience.
  • The process of writing and putting together the book’s content.
  • The relative newness of the study of hormones.
  • The evolution and culmination of this new field of study during the 20th century.
  • Applying and utilizing the information in Aroused in a practical way.
  • The supplementation of certain hormones and questions around purchasing them.
  • Hormone therapy during menopause and the chapter that deals with this.
  • Hot flashes and their connection to our hormonal system.
  • The correlation between stress levels and our hormones.
  • Chronic cases of stress and fatigue and our cortisol levels.
  • How our hormones influence our appetite and diet. 
  • Differentiating weight issues as hormonal versus other reasons.
  • Historic sexism in the medical profession. 
  • Dr. Epstein’s upcoming tour for the book.
  • And much more!

Tweetables:

“My particular focus has always really been on cultural influences on medicine.” — @randihepstein [0:07:09.3]

“It is really rare that people just increase their exercise and haven’t changed their diet and can really shed those pounds.” — @randihepstein [0:52:48.9]

Links Mentioned in This Episode: 

The Metabolic Health Summit — https://metabolichealthsummit.com/

Aroused: The History of Hormones — https://www.amazon.com/Aroused-History-Hormones-Control-Everything/dp/0393239608

Dr. Randi Epstein — http://randihutterepstein.com/

The New York Timeshttps://www.nytimes.com/

PubMed — https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/

Yale University — https://www.yale.edu/

Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism — https://journalism.columbia.edu/

London Bureau of the Associated Press — https://www.ap.org/live-and-location-services/locations/london-uk

Physicians Weekly — https://www.physiciansweekly.com/

The Washington Posthttps://www.washingtonpost.com/?noredirect=on

The Daily Telegraphhttps://www.telegraph.co.uk/

The Guardianhttps://www.theguardian.com/international

Parents — https://www.parents.com/

Dom D’Agostino — https://www.ketonutrition.org/

Mark Sisson — https://www.marksdailyapple.com/

Robb Wolf — https://robbwolf.com/

Dr. Jeff Volek — http://foodmed.net/listing/united-states/mansfield/researchers-1/dr-jeff-volek/

Dr. David Ludwig — https://www.drdavidludwig.com/

Dr. Thomas Siegfried — http://www.nourishbalancethrive.com/podcasts/nourish-balance-thrive/tripping-over-truth-return-metabolic-theory-cancer/

Charlie Foundation — https://charliefoundation.org/

MaxLove Project — http://www.maxloveproject.org/

Johns Hopkins — https://www.jhu.edu/

Sal de Stefano — http://www.saldistefanoblog.com/

Mind Pump Podcast — https://www.mindpumpmedia.com/p/rdm17-podcast

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Oct 16, 2018

This week we bring you another best of Paleo Magazine Radio compilation—this time on the theme of gut health. We've put together a few pieces of different conversations we've had on the topic. We tried to pull out the most interesting and appropriate bite-sized chunks, but if you haven’t heard the full discussions, why not check them out too? Listen in to hear from Aglaée Jacob about stomach acid, Dr. Sarah Ballantyne about inflammation, and Dr. Norm Robillard and Dr. Michael Ruscio on digestion and the gut. Each segment is packed with useful information you are not going to want to miss.

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Key Points From This Episode:

  • The importance of stomach acid.
  • The alkaline diet.
  • Testing and maintaining healthy levels of acid in the stomach. 
  • Talking poop and how to recognize healthy and unhealthy bowel movements. 
  • Inflammation and its centrality to our overall health. 
  • Causes and remedies for high and low levels of inflammation. 
  • Fermentable carbohydrates and overeating in the contemporary world.
  • The benefits of fasting for all areas of our health. 
  • Gut health and its foundational position in the pyramid of our bodies.
  • Diet as the primary step in addressing gut health before others. 
  • Looking at the Paleo diet from a gut perspective. 
  • Weighing the value of bone broth. 
  • And much more!

Tweetables:

“It’s wonderful to feel confident in a bikini, but is it worth being sick or  taking years off your life?” — @ThePaleoMom [0:20:06.3]

“There’re maybe two important proponents regarding diet for people to consider initially. One is the allergen content of foods and the other is the fermentability of foods.” — @DrRuscio [0:46:31.5]

Links Mentioned in This Episode: 

Bonafide Provision — https://www.bonafideprovisions.com/

Aglaée Jacob — http://radicatanutrition.com/

Episode 220 — https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-celiac-maniac-show/paleo-magazine-radio/e/55074777

Bristol Stool Chart — https://www.continence.org.au/pages/bristol-stool-chart.html

Paul Chek — https://chekinstitute.com/paul-chek/

Dr. Sarah Ballantyne — https://www.thepaleomom.com/about/about-sarah/

Paleo Principles — https://www.amazon.com/Paleo-Principles-Step-Step-Delicious/dp/1628609001

Episode 213 — https://paleomagazine.libsyn.com/pmr-213-balancing-your-health-through-conscious-paleo-with-dr-sarah-ballantyne

Dr. Norm Robillard — https://digestivehealthinstitute.org/author/normjr1/

Episode 182 — https://paleomagazine.libsyn.com/pmr-181-chew-on-this-chatting-with-microbiologist-and-gut-health-expert-dr-norm-robillard

Dr. Mark Matson — https://irp.nih.gov/pi/mark-mattson

Ted Talk by Dr. Mark Mattson — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4UkZAwKoCP8&vl=en

Gut Microbiota Diversity and Abundance of Faecalibacterium prausnitzii — https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25763563

Episode 176 — https://paleomagazine.libsyn.com/pmr-176-talking-gut-health-with-dr-michael-ruscio

Dr. Michael Ruscio — https://drruscio.com/

Dr. Josh Axe — https://draxe.com/

Episode 171 — https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-celiac-maniac-show/paleo-magazine-radio/e/50918971

Jordan Rubin — https://www.healthfoodemporium.com/jordan-rubin/

Paleo f(x) — https://www.paleofx.com/

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Oct 9, 2018

In this episode, we are talking all about dementia, Alzheimer’s, and the studies that are being done to find a cure. We're joined by Professor Rí­ona Mulcahy, who was involved in conducting a recent 18-month study in Ireland that may have identified a unique combination of nutrients that can slow the progression of Alzheimer’s. This is a very important conversation for anyone who is health-conscious and prioritizes being both proactive and preventative—altering your diet, exercise, and lifestyle habits has benefits at any age.

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Key Points From This Episode:

  • Multiple risk factors adding to the rise of Alzheimer’s disease.
  • Nutritional habits that can reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s.
  • Professor Ríona discusses the findings in the recent study.
  • Understanding The Remind Trial.
  • Why patients with age-related macular degeneration had a much higher association with Alzheimer's.
  • A combination of supplements that has led to improvements in Alzheimer’s.
  • How carotenoids can enhance memory.
  • The connection between the supplement being produced and the individuals who conducted the study.
  • Altering your diet, exercise, lifestyle habits at any age.

Tweetables:

“Good science will always go on and reproduce its results where at all possible.” —  Ríona Mulcahy [0:09:27.0]

“We need to take nutrition and exercise seriously, and it is never too early.” —  Ríona Mulcahy [0:28:55.0]

Links Mentioned in This Episode: 

Ríona Mulcahy — http://www.rcsi.ie/index.jsp?p=1317&n=1318&a=10631

Professor John Nolan — https://profjohnnolan.com/

Memory Health — https://memoryhealth.com/

TILDA — https://tilda.tcd.ie/

MacuHealth — https://www.macuhealth.com/

MacuShield — https://www.macushield.com/

University Hospital Waterford — https://www.hse.ie/eng/services/list/3/acutehospitals/hospitals/waterford/

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Oct 2, 2018

In this episode, we welcome Mark Warren and Tom Beaton of FitVine to chat all about their healthy and delicious range of wine. We know you have at least some skin in the health game, but that doesn't mean you don't want to enjoy yourself and live your life to the fullest. FitVine wine scratches that itch. The company has created a great-tasting range of lower-sugar, lower-tannin, lower-additive wine for those who are looking to have a good glass of wine with fewer of the negative effects. In our conversation, we chat about how our guests got into the wine game before unpacking what differentiates FitVine from most other brands. We go on to chat about flavor, processing, and sugar levels as well as the response received by the product so far. So tune in to hear all about FitVine wine.

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Key Points From This Episode:

  • How Mark and Tom got into the wine business.
  • The basic difference between FitVine and most other brands.
  • The focus that the creators have placed on the taste of the wine.
  • Unpacking the issue of additives and processing when it comes to wine.
  • Maintaining a favorable and recognizable taste with a lowered sugar level.
  • The intended audience for the wine and its surprising customers. 
  • Balancing health and an enjoyable, full life.
  • How FitVine has tried to decrease the tannins to make the wine more enjoyable.
  • The full range of wines that are now available through FitVine.
  • And much more!  

Tweetables:

“The initial mindset behind it was: Could we create a cleaner, low sugar wine that we bring to the active community?” — @FitVineWine [0:03:58.9]

“It turns out there is a huge audience . . . that are just trying to make better choices.” — @FitVineWine [0:22:12.5]

Links Mentioned in This Episode: 

Paleo Magazine — https://paleomagonline.com/

FitVine - https://www.fitvinewine.com/

Wine Spectator — https://www.winespectator.com/

Ben Greenfield — https://bengreenfieldfitness.com/

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