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Episode Info: Make your health an act of rebellion. Join The Healthy Rebellion Please Subscribe and Review: Apple Podcasts | RSS This episode is sponsored by our friends at Paleovalley. They make the most powerful, pure vitamin C supplement you can get. Because unlike most C supplements containing synthetic ingredients created in a lab, Paleovalley Essential C Complex is made from 3 of the most potent whole food sources of vitamin C on the planet. Nothing weird. Just food. Check them out at Paleovalley.com and use code THRR10 for 10% off.   Submit your questions for the podcast here Show Notes: Our book Sacred Cow is now officially available for pre-order.  The publisher is nervous about the Covid climate, with bookstores being closed, etc. They are being excessively cautious with the print run during this time, so please go ahead and pre-order now.  ---- News topic du jour: Satellite cells in ageing: use it or lose it   1. Metabolic syndrome - intergenerational effects [8:23] Tim says: Hi Robb, Thanks for all the topics you have addressed on the healthy rebellion radio, it has made navigating the current sickcare environment a lot more manageable with someone like you empowering us all with transparent information. My question is regarding the intergenerational effects of our chronic disease epidemic. What do we know about how these conditions related to hyperinsulinemia filter down to our children and our grandkids? Particularly interested in the increasing percentage of linoleic acid in our fatty tissues, is this purely nurture, or is babies tissue makeup somewhat dependent on the diet and lifestyle of the parents? Thanks Tim.   2. Non-paleo foods and colitis [17:16] Chris says: Hi Robb and Nicki, I've had colitis since my late teens (inconsistent bowel movements, blood in stool). My first couple of years dealing with flares, I decided to try a vegan diet and my colitis improved dramatically. However I began to feel horrible and switched a lower carb diet. Felt great. Now, almost a decade later, I began having flares again (starting at the beginning of 2020) and adding grains and legumes seems to improve the colitis and dramatically reduce my flares. I'm wondering if it's the fiber that is helping. As you know there is a ton of research supporting higher fiber diets and improving bowel conditions in some people. The problem is these are high carb foods and both mentally and physically (regarding body comp) I feel much better on lower carb. Would love your thoughts on this. Any suggestions is appreciated. You guys rock!   3. The urge for sweets when satiated. [23:11] Erin says: Hi Robb and Nicki - I'm stumped by this. I suspect Robb talked about it in Wired to Eat but I kinda want to hear you riff on it a bit in "real life." I'm a health coach working with clients on "metabolism stuff," and one of the cornerstones of my practice has been tagging to the feeling of satiety. By my estimation, eating to satiety is a simple secret weapon for those loo...
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