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47 minutes | Nov 30, 2016
Episode 174: Energy and Reason
This week's episode of Latest in Paleo features News & Views on the latest energy drink research and an energy drink case that may have put one man in the hospital; new research suggests alcohol consumption may help prevent strokes; and why researchers believe yo-yo dieting and weight regain could be related to alterations in the gut microbiome. The Moment of Paleo segment offers food for thought about how measurements color our perceptions. And the After the Bell segment features a Socratic dialog about reason and morality. Links for this episode:This Episode's Homepage on latestinpaleo.comWhy & How to Support Latest in PaleoFood & Product RecommendationsBook & Audio Book RecommendationsClinical Symptoms and Adverse Effects Associated With Energy... : Pediatric Emergency CareThe Case Against Energy Drinks Is Getting Stronger | TIMECase study chronicles first brain bleed tied to energy drinksAlabama man suffered stroke after consuming energy drink | AL.comIf Energy Drink Ads Were HonestDiffering association of alcohol consumption with different stroke types: a systematic review and meta-analysis | BMC Medicine | Full TextModerate Drinking Tied to Lower Stroke Risk - The New York TimesHow does alcohol affect stroke risk? Study investigates - Medical News TodayModerate Drinking Could Have Heart Health Benefits (VIDEO)Persistent microbiome alterations modulate the rate of post-dieting weight regain : NatureMicrobes Might Explain Why Many Diets Backfire - The AtlanticYo-yo dieting may be caused by altered gut microbes - Medical News TodayYo-Yo dieting dangerous even if you’re not overweight | American Heart AssociationSteven Pinker and Rebecca Newberger Goldstein: The long reach of reason | TED Talk | TED.comVisit PuraKai to shop for eco-friendly clothing and stand-up paddle boards. Be sure to use coupon code "latest in paleo" for 15% off all clothing purchases.
58 minutes | Nov 22, 2016
Episode 173: Balloon Belly
On this week's holiday episode our News & Views segment starts at Krispy Kreme to see if we can extract any good take-aways from the recent class-action lawsuit filed against the chain. Then, it's on to a recent study about what happens when you don't feed your gut bacteria...what do they eat instead? The segment is rounded out with coverage of recent research on whole milk for kids and a new—somewhat strange–non-pharmaceutical weight-loss pill. The Moment of Paleo segment offers thoughts on restriction and upcoming holiday feasts. And After the Bell features a talk about life's invisible feast. Enjoy the show! Links for this episode:Latest in Paleo on Facebook — Leave a Comment About this Episode or Post a News LinkWhy & How to Support Latest in PaleoRecommended Food & ProductsRecommended Books & AudiobooksKrispy Kreme Lawsuit Claims Company Misled Over Doughnut FruitA Fruitless Suit?: Krispy Kreme Sued Over Fake Berry-Flavored Donuts - Law Street (TM)Kreme-filled lies — Doughnut company faces a Krispy $5M lawsuit - NY Daily NewsA Dietary Fiber-Deprived Gut Microbiota Degrades the Colonic Mucus Barrier and Enhances Pathogen Susceptibility: CellHigh-fiber diet keeps gut microbes from eating the colon’s lining, protects against infection, animal study shows | University of Michigan Health SystemEating fiber keeps gut microbes from eating you - Medical News TodayEat Fiber: Whole Grains Prevent Gut Microbes From Eating Intestine Lining, Increasing Infection Risknew The Hungry Microbiome: why resistant starch is good for you - YouTubeWhich Foods to Eat: The Hungry MicrobiomeRelation between milk-fat percentage, vitamin D, and BMI z score in early childhoodDo we have it backward on giving kids low fat milk instead of whole? - Health - CBC NewsKids who drink whole milk slimmer than those who don'tUses for skim milk before it was marketed as a nonfat diet product: Hog slop and wool.A 6-Month Swallowable Balloon System Results In Sustainable Weight Loss At 1 Year: Results from A Prospective, Randomized Sham-Controlled Trial - Surgery for Obesity and Related DiseasesBalloon-in-a-Pill Helped Obese Patients Lose Weight: MedlinePlus Health NewsThis Weight Loss Pill Inflates a Balloon In Your Stomach | TIMEWeight-loss balloon helps shed twice the weight, research says - CNN.comWatch "Possibilities—life's invisible feast: Sarah Susanka at TEDxSanDiego" Video at TEDxTalksVisit PuraKai to shop for eco-friendly clothing and stand-up paddle boards. Be sure to use coupon code "latest in paleo" for 15% off all clothing purchases.
50 minutes | Nov 16, 2016
Episode 172: Catch-22
On this week's News & Views we cover: NSAIDs like Ibuprofen, Celebrex, and Naproxen; new research that suggests high HDL is not heart protective; and how worrying about health can actually affect your health. The food for thought continues in the Moment of Paleo segment, which explores the things we cannot do when we must do them. After the Bell features a talk by Alan Watts on the topic of Double Binds. Links for this episode:Why & How to Support Latest in PaleoRecommended Food & Other ProductsRecommended Books & Audio BooksComment on this Episode or Share a News LinkCardiovascular Safety of Celecoxib, Naproxen, or Ibuprofen for Arthritis — NEJMCelebrex arthritis drug just as safe as NSAIDs for pain relief, with fewer side effects, study finds - CBS NewsSurprise! Arthritis Drug Celebrex Shown As Safe As Ibuprofen And NaproxenIbuprofen May Not Be As Safe As You Think | TIMENew Study Reveals Ibuprofen and Naproxen Health RisksHigh-Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol and Cause-Specific Mortality in Individuals Without Previous Cardiovascular Conditions: The CANHEART Study | Journal of the American College of Cardiology | American College of Cardiology FoundationDoes 'Good' Cholesterol Matter in Heart Disease Risk?: MedlinePlus Health NewsWhat you need to know about "good" HDL cholesterol - CBS NewsLow levels of HDL (the “good” cholesterol) appear connected to many health risks, not just heart disease - Harvard Health Blog - Harvard Health PublicationsBombshell health study: Raising HDL "good" cholesterol does not help prevent heart disease | Genetic Literacy ProjectHealth anxiety and risk of ischaemic heart disease: a prospective cohort study linking the Hordaland Health Study (HUSK) with the Cardiovascular Diseases in Norway (CVDNOR) project -- Berge et al. 6 (11) -- BMJ OpenWorrying about health increases heart disease risk - Medical News TodayCan worrying about your health make you ill? | Life and style | The GuardianWorried sick? Stressing that you'll get an illness can make you sick, study says - NBC NewsAlan Watts: The Double Bind - YouTubeVisit PuraKai to shop for eco-friendly clothing and stand-up paddle boards. Be sure to use coupon code "latest in paleo" for 15% off all clothing purchases.
56 minutes | Nov 9, 2016
Episode 171: Discipline vs. Will Power
On this week's News & Views segment we discuss how long work hours can affect health, the importance of sleep and how it affects food choices, and how various levels of impulsivity are related to fast food consumption. This leads to examining the difference between will power and discipline in the Moment of Paleo segment. And the After the Bell segment features a talk that delves into what our desire for instant gratification may predict about us. Notably, our discussions may also be useful for some in dealing with post-election stress. Links for this episode:How to Support Latest in PaleoBooks & Audiobook RecommendationsFood & Product RecommendationsWorking hours and sleep duration in midlife as determinants of health-related quality of life among older businessmenMen’s long working hours, short sleep may harm health in old age | ReutersPoor work-life balance leads to poor health later in life - Medical News TodayWorking long hours could be bad for your heart - CBS NewsFlexible working conditions and their effects on employee health and wellbeing - Joyce - 2010 - The Cochrane Library - Wiley Online LibraryWorked to Death: The Relationship of Job Demands and Job Control Factors with MortalityAccess : The effects of partial sleep deprivation on energy balance: a systematic review and meta-analysis : European Journal of Clinical NutritionSleep Deprivation May Increase Calorie IntakeThe Vicious Cycle Of Sleep Deprivation And OvereatingSleep Poorly? You May Eat Too Much the Next Day - The New York TimesLack of Sleep Increases Junk Food Cravings, Study Shows - NBC NewsResearch shows sleep loss impedes decision making in crisis | WSU News | Washington State UniversityEconomic preferences and fast food consumption in US adults: Insights from behavioral economicsDelayed gratification associated with fast food frequency - Medical News TodayVideo: The marshmallow test: Stanford University experiment that claims to predict a child's future successes - TelegraphImpulsivity and Fast-Food Consumption: A Cross-Sectional Study among Working Adults. - PubMed - NCBISleep Deprivation May Have Negative Effect On Self Control, Increasing Impulsivity And DistractednessIt's Time for Doctors to Prescribe Outdoor Therapy | Outside Online2016 Great Outdoors Lab Conference: Recap and What’s Next | Sierra ClubThe Marshmallow Test and Why We Want Instant Gratification: Silvia Barcellos at TEDxMidAtlantic 2012 - YouTubeVisit PuraKai to shop for eco-friendly clothing and stand-up paddle boards. Be sure to use coupon code "latest in paleo" for 15% off all clothing purchases.
103 minutes | Nov 1, 2016
Episode 170: Complete Guide to Fasting
On today's show, we are joined by Dr. Jason Fung and Jimmy Moore, co-authors of The Complete Guide to Fasting: Heal Your Body Through Intermittent, Alternate-day, and Extended Fasting. We discuss Jimmy Moore’s current 21-day fast attempt, whether fasting is safe, fasting's track record, the benefits of fasting with regards to weight loss, diabetes, insulin levels, and longevity. Other topics include fasting for women, issues people may experience when fasting, and various methods of fasting. You'll also learn how Dr. Fung and Jimmy Moore implement fasting in their own lives. Then, we have have more food-for-thought dessert in our Moment of Paleo and After the Bell segments. Enjoy the show! Links for this episode:How to help support Latest in PaleoThis Episode's Homepage on latestinpaleo.comThe Complete Guide to Fasting: Heal Your Body Through Intermittent, Alternate-day, and Extended FastingBooks & AudiobooksFood & Product Shopping ListFacebook - Comment on this episode & post news linksIntensive Dietary Management BlogDr. Jason Fung (@drjasonfung) | TwitterJason Fung - YouTubeTherapeutic Fasting - Vail 2016 - YouTubeThe Aetiology of Obesity Part 4 of 6: The Fast Solution - YouTubeThe Official Website For Jimmy Moore's Livin' La Vida Low-CarbFacebook - Jimmy Moore's Livin' La Vida Low-CarbJimmy Moore (@livinlowcarbman) | TwitterJimmy Moore - YouTubeVisit PuraKai to shop for eco-friendly clothing and stand-up paddle boards. Be sure to use coupon code "latest in paleo" for 15% off all clothing purchases.
59 minutes | Oct 23, 2016
Episode 169: Whole in the Wall
On this week's show, we discuss some of the latest research and findings in our News & Views segment. Our stories are about how the soda industry plays politics to advance its agenda, whether salt is good or bad in the human diet, and whether calcium supplements pose a heart-health risk. The Moment of Paleo segment offers ideas about how we can think about areas of our lives, by analogy, based on what we know about whole foods vs. processed foods and supplements. In the After the Bell segment a truly thought-provoking talk about how we create ourselves with our thoughts. Links for this episode:This Episode's Homepage on latestinpaleo.comLatest in Paleo on Facebook — Leave a Comment About this Episode or Post a News LinkThe Latest in Paleo Health News TickerFood & Product RecommendationsThe Paleo Answer - Loren CordainThe End of Dieting - Dr. Joel FuhrmanMore Book & Audiobook RecommendationsSponsorship of National Health Organizations by Two Major Soda Companies - American Journal of Preventive MedicineCoke and Pepsi Give Millions to Public Health, Then Lobby Against It - The New York TimesBig soda is buying off big health orgs to keep profits and Americans fat | Ars TechnicaPepsi gets aggressive on cutting sugar from its drinks - Oct. 17, 2016Sodium Intake and All-Cause Mortality Over 20 Years in the Trials of Hypertension Prevention. - PubMed - NCBIHold the salt this Thanksgiving for a longer life: study | CTV NewsLowering Salt Intake Reduces Mortality, Study Confirms - Renal and Urology NewsMore Research Cites Salt's Potential Health RisksCalcium Intake From Diet and Supplements and the Risk of Coronary Artery Calcification and its Progression Among Older Adults: 10?Year Follow?up of the Multi?Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis (MESA)Calcium Supplements May Damage the Heart - 10/11/2016Calcium supplements could increase risk of heart disease, new study finds - The Washington PostStudy: Calcium Supplements Actually Increases Risk of Heart Disease - NBC NewsIsaac Lidsky: What reality are you creating for yourself? | TED Talk | TED.com
98 minutes | Oct 18, 2016
Episode 168: Dr. Loren Cordain—The Paleo Diet
Loren Cordain, Ph.D. joins us on today's show. Dr. Cordain is widely regarded as the father of the modern Paleo approach to diet. We discuss everything from whether the diet should be standardized, the high-protein component of Paleo, how data about hunter-gatherer dietary patterns were collected and analyzed, why the Paleo Diet restricts legumes and potatoes, the role of plant foods, anti-nutrients, the consumption of oils, aging and longevity, calorie restriction, the Blue Zones, and much more. He is the author of The Paleo Diet, The Paleo Diet for Athletes, The Paleo Answer, The Real Paleo Diet Cookbook, many other books, and several research papers. Whether or not you've previously heard Cordain speak or lecture, you'll come away from today's show with new information. There is also a Moment of Paleo and a talk by Staffan Lindberg After the Bell. Links for this episode:This Episode's Homepage on latestinpaleo.comLatest in Paleo on Facebook — Leave a Comment About this Episode or Post a News LinkThe Latest in Paleo Health News TickerFood & Product RecommendationsBook & Audiobook RecommendationsLoren Cordain's BooksHome - The Paleo Diet™Paleo Diet Blog | #1 Scientific Paleo Source | Dr. Loren Cordain(7) The Paleo DietLoren Cordain (@ThePaleoDiet) | TwitterPlant-animal subsistence ratios and macronutrient energy estimations in worldwide hunter-gatherer dietsOrigins and evolution of the Western diet: health implications for the 21st century
87 minutes | Oct 11, 2016
Episode 167: Dr. Joel Fuhrman
Joel Fuhrman, M.D. is our guest on today's show. We talk about fat, protein, longevity, what foods should be eaten daily, why nuts and seeds are important, why he doesn't recommend eating too much starch, and so much more. He's written several best sellers, including Eat to Live and most recently The End of Dieting. He's also appeared on several PBS specials, published research, and was once the number 3 pairs figure skater in the world. He calls his diet Nutritarian, with immense focus on nutrient density from whole foods. He doesn't fit neatly into any of the popular diet camps. This episode is information-dense, as Dr. Fuhrman answers my many questions with great detail. Enjoy the show! Links for this episode:This Episode on LatestInPaleo.comGet the Free Latest in Paleo Health TickerFood & Other RecommendationsBook RecommendationsSmart Nutrition, Superior Health. | DrFuhrman.comEat to Live Blog | DrFuhrman.comJoel Fuhrman, MD (@DrFuhrman) | TwitterDr. Fuhrman - YouTubeDefining the Nutritional and Metabolic Context of FGF21 Using the Geometric Framework: Cell MetabolismThis New Study Proves That Carbs Are Not Bad For You
89 minutes | Oct 3, 2016
Episode 166: Fat Genes Skinny Jeans
Liam Bowler and Carrie Forrest join us to discuss News & Views. We start with three very interesting stories centering around genetics: anxiety's link to metabolic disorder; the 'fat gene' and weight loss; and the latest research on the 'thrifty gene hypothesis.' The Moment of Paleo segment furthers some of the themes discussed during the news segment and revolves around boxing ourselves into various narratives. After the Bell features Jennifer Douden, one of the inventors of CRISPR, a genome editing tool. Links for this episode:Get the Free Latest in Paleo Health News Ticker!This Episode at latestinpaleo.comLatest in Paleo on FacebookBook & Audiobook RecommendationsThe Body Awake by Liam Bowler + Dynamic Alignment Bodywork on iTunesDynamic Alignment Bodywork : Liam Bowler, LMP, BCSILiam Bowler, LMP, BCSI — Dynamic Alignment Bodywork - YouTubeCarrie on LivingCarrie Forrest, MPH (@carrieonliving) | TwitterCarrie on LivingCarrie Forrest, MPH Nutrition (@carrieonliving) • Instagram photos and videosMicroRNA Regulators of Anxiety and Metabolic Disorders: Trends in Molecular MedicineStudy reveals a biological link between stress and obesityWhy Anxiety Can Lead To Weight Gain: New StudyIsraeli researchers find first biological link between stress and obesity - Business & Innovation - Jerusalem PostFTO genotype and weight loss: systematic review and meta-analysis of 9563 individual participant data from eight randomised controlled trials | The BMJObesity gene no barrier to weight loss, study shows | Society | The GuardianFTO gene not an obesity life sentence: studySNPwatch: Gene Variant Linked to Obesity Affects Food Choices in ChildrenAnalysis of Positive Selection at Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms Associated with Body Mass Index Does Not Support the “Thrifty Gene” Hypothesis: Cell MetabolismObesity Might Not Have Evolved To Protect Us From Starvation | Popular ScienceHuman tendency for obesity not result of evolutionary adaption to survive famine | Genetic Literacy ProjectGood Posture Matters More Than You Think | Timi Gustafson, R.D.Ways to Avoid and Treat 'Tech Neck' - Story5 Exercises to Remedy "Tech Neck" - How to Treat and Prevent Neck PainVisit PuraKai to shop for eco-friendly clothing and stand-up paddle boards. Be sure to use coupon code "latest in paleo" for 15% off all clothing purchases.
122 minutes | Sep 27, 2016
Episode 165: Outsourcing Your Motivation
Meredith Rhodes and Roland Denzel join us to discuss News & Views. Stories include: the effectiveness of wearable fitness and diet trackers, what the gut microbiomes of obese kids tell us, whether stress erases the benefits of a healthy diet, and what we can learn from a new Blue Zone identified in southern Italy. The Moment of Paleo segment throws around ideas about working to get ahead. After the Bell features Dan Ariely, professor of economics, discussing whether we are really in control of our own decisions. Links for this episode:Get the Latest in Paleo Health News Ticker!This Episode at latestinpaleo.comRecommended Books & AudiobooksForward Health Coach |Meredith (@geomert) | TwitterAdventures in Humaning | Free Listening on SoundCloudFacebook - Adventures In HumaningFacebook - Eat Well Move WellEat Well Move Well™ – #EatMoveLive52 – Better In A Week!Roland Denzel (@rolanddenzel) | TwitterEffect of Wearable Technology Combined With a Lifestyle Intervention on Long-term Weight Loss: The IDEA Randomized Clinical Trial | Sep 20, 2016 | JAMA | JAMA NetworkYour Wearable Won’t Help You Lose Weight | TIMECould your fitness tracker sabotage your diet? - CNN.comObese Kids Have Different Germs in Their Gut | Health Care | US NewsObese Kids Have Unique Set of Gut BacteriaGut Bacteria Could Be Making Kids Fat | MotherboardAccess : Depression, daily stressors and inflammatory responses to high-fat meals: when stress overrides healthier food choices : Molecular PsychiatryChill Out, Ladies. Stress Can Erase the Benefits of Your Healthful Diet | Sci-Tech TodayStress May Counteract Effects of a Healthful Diet - The New York Times?A tough day could erase the perks of choosing ‘good’ fat sources, study finds | News Room - The Ohio State UniversityHow to live to 100: Town of centenarians spills secrets - CNN.comDan Ariely: Are we in control of our own decisions? | TED Talk | TED.comVisit PuraKai to shop for eco-friendly clothing and stand-up paddle boards. Be sure to use coupon code "latest in paleo" for 15% off all clothing purchases.
122 minutes | Sep 20, 2016
Episode 164: Sweetening the Research
Evelyn Kocur and Meredith Rhodes join me, Angelo Coppola, in the News & Views segment. Stories include: the sugar industry's influence on research, David Katz on the Paleo Diet, alcohol and exercise, and how daily cannabis use might affect BMI. The Moment of Paleo segment covers trust in the media. After the Bell features Dr. David Agus' new strategy in the war on cancer. Links for this episode:This Episode's Homepage on Angelo's BlogLatest in Paleo on Facebook - News hunters and gatherers post your links here.Recommended Books & AudiobooksThe Carb-Sane AsylumEvelyn (@CarbSane) | Twitter(1) The Carb-Sane AsylumForward Health Coach |Meredith (@geomert) | TwitterAdventures in Humaning | Free Listening on SoundCloud(1) Adventures In HumaningHow the Sugar Industry Shifted Blame to Fat - The New York TimesThe sugar industry paid Harvard scientists to shift heart disease blame away from sugar, and towards fat — QuartzSugar Industry Funded 1960s Harvard Research That Blamed Heart Disease on Fat | State of Health | KQED NewsSugar Shocked? The Rest Of Food Industry Pays For Lots Of Research, Too : The Salt : NPRJAMA Internal Medicine - Sugar Industry | NutrevolveRE: The Sugar Conspiracy | NutrevolveDr. John Ioannidis Exposes the Bad Science of Colleagues - The AtlanticDr. David Katz: Preventive Medicine: Parsing the ‘Paleo’ dietExercise May Lessen Some of the Bad Effects of Alcohol | TIMECan exercise offset alcohol's damaging effects? - Chicago TribuneExercise can cancel out the booze, says study - CNN.comDaily Marijuana Use Linked to Lower BMIHard to Believe: Smoking Pot Can Make You Skinny | AlternetDavid Agus: A new strategy in the war on cancer | TED Talk | TED.comVisit PuraKai to shop for eco-friendly clothing and stand-up paddle boards. Be sure to use coupon code "latest in paleo" for 15% off all clothing purchases.
138 minutes | Sep 9, 2016
Episode 163: Sedation by iPad
Glenn Whitney and Darryl Edwards join your host, Angelo Coppola, to discuss News & Views. Stories include: how screens act as sedatives for children; the latest trends in obesity in the US; a recent study about Paleo and heart disease; and the evolution of risk in dogs and wolves. The Moment of Paleo segment offers ideas about the folly of seeking chronic motivation. After the Bell features a recent presentation by Stephan Guyenet about the relevance of calorie intake. Links for this episode:This Episode's Homepage on Angelo's BlogLatest in Paleo on Facebook - News hunters and gatherers post your links here.Recommended Books & AudiobooksPrimal Play | Darryl Edwards | London Movement Coach | Personal Trainer | Wellness CoachDarryl Edwards (@FitnessExplorer) | Twitter(6) The Fitness Explorer - Darryl EdwardsSports Coaching, Elite Sport, Sports Psychology - Sports Coach RadioSports Coach RadioServices - Mindful Your Own BusinessMindful Your Own BusinessMindfulYourOwnBiz (@mindfulyourbiz) | TwitteriPads as effective as sedatives for children before operations | EurekAlert! Science NewsScreen Time Works as Well as Sedatives in Calming Kids Down | Mother JonesiPads Work Like Sedatives to Calm ChildrenPlaying An iPad Game Is Just As Soothing As Sedatives | Popular ScienceAdult Obesity Prevalence Maps | Overweight & Obesity | CDCDo you live in one of America's fattest states? - CBS NewsLouisiana retains worst adult obesity rate in 2015 - San Francisco ChronicleWhat is BMI? Calculate your Body Mass Index (BMI) with this interactive animated explanationThe Paleo diet: Could it reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease? - Medical News TodayEight-week paleo diet may aid cardiovascular disease, study suggests'Gambling' wolves take more risks than dogsForaging for food, wolves would take more risks than dogs | Business Standard NewsAHS16 - Stephan Guyenet - Calorie Intake - YouTubeVisit PuraKai to shop for eco-friendly clothing and stand-up paddle boards. Be sure to use coupon code "latest in paleo" for 15% off all clothing purchases.
92 minutes | Aug 7, 2016
Episode 162: Dr. John McDougall
On this episode, Dr. John McDougall takes us on a near-50-year journey as a doctor, educator, and even a 15-year stretch as a radio talk show host. He explains his dietary positions, and why he believes the human diet should be based on starch. While Dr. McDougall doesn’t consider himself a vegan, he recommends no meat in the diet and explains why (his answer may surprise you). Dr. McDougall also holds strong opinions with regard to medical screenings, and he discusses these views as well. Listen in for an audio experience I hope you’ll enjoy. Links for this episode:Dr. McDougall's Health & Medical Center(6) John McDougall MDJohn McDougall, MD (@johnmcdougallmd) | TwitterDr. McDougall's Health & Medical Center » John A. McDougall, M.D. & Mary McDougalljohn mcdougall - PubMed - NCBIThe Early Years of Dr. John McDougall - YouTubeUSDA GREAT NUTRITION DEBATE: Low carb gurus vs Plant based physicians - YouTubeNathan Pritikin: A Casual Conversation with Dr. McDougall - YouTubeFeynman: Take the world from another point of view (1/4) - YouTubeLongevity and Human Evolution | Emily Deans M.D. vs Ron Rosedale M.D. - YouTubeAncestral Health Society - Human Ecological Niche & Modern HealthFor Evolving Brains, a ‘Paleo’ Diet of Carbs - The New York TimesNBC Special Report. Surgeon General's Smoking Report 1964. 50 YEARS AGO!!! - YouTubeDr Peter Gøtzsche talks about his views on prescreening for breast and prostate cancer - YouTubeVisit PuraKai to shop for eco-friendly clothing and stand-up paddle boards. Be sure to use coupon code "latest in paleo" for 15% off all clothing purchases.
70 minutes | Apr 30, 2016
Episode 160: PaleoFX
On today’s show, the CEO of PaleoFX, Michelle Norris, joins us. You'll learn how and why she got started with Paleo (kicking and screaming the whole way). What the PaleoFX conference is and what attendees can expect from the upcoming event in Austin, Texas. She also fields questions about the future of Paleo and any risks or challenges for the community that she sees coming down the road. Also in this episode, experience a somewhat different format and discover the future lineup of guests, including Dr. John McDougall, next time on Episode 161. In the After the Bell segment, we have a PaleoFX presentation by Dr. Rhonda Patrick. Links for this episode:This Episode's HomepageLatest in Paleo on Facebook - News hunters and gatherers post your links here.Full List of Recommended Books & AudiobooksPaleo f(x)™ - Conference, Events, Speakers, Lifestyle Paleo f(x)™Paleo f(x)PaleoFX (@PaleoFX) | TwitterBlog - Paleo f(x)™ Paleo f(x)™Michelle Norris - Paleo f(x)™ Paleo f(x)™How Diet, Exercise, and Hyperthermic Conditioning Can Change the Expression of Your Genes - YouTubeVisit PuraKai to shop for eco-friendly clothing and stand-up paddle boards. Be sure to use coupon code "latest in paleo" for 15% off all clothing purchases.
79 minutes | Apr 18, 2016
Episode 159: Real Food for Plants, Animals, and Humans
In this episode's News & Views segment, we cover recent research that reveals ultra-processed foods make up more than 50% of the American diet, while whole foods and minimally processed foods combined make up only 30 percent. We also talk about how sugar plays into the processed-food diet. Then, we consider what happens when animals and plants are raised on "junk food diets." The Moment of Paleo segment is about the real-food movement. Also covered: Canada's 30 x 30 Nature Challenge, a new book recommendation, and Mark Bittman in the After the Bell segment delivering a talk called What's Wrong with What we Eat? Links for this episode:This Episode's HomepageLatest in Paleo on Facebook - News hunters and gatherers post your links here.Over-diagnosed: Making People Sick in the Pursuit of HealthFull List of Recommended Books & Audiobooks30x30 Challenge! | Do you want to be happier, smarter, and healthier? We do! That is why we at the David Suzuki Foundation are challenging folks to join us in spending at least 30 minutes a day in nature for 30 days in May.Ultra-processed foods and added sugars in the US diet: evidence from a nationally representative cross-sectional study -- Martínez Steele et al. 6 (3) -- BMJ Open"Ultra-processed" foods a huge chunk of American diet - CBS NewsStudy: More Than Half of the Calories Americans Eat Are From 'Ultra-Processed' Foods - The AtlanticWhat's wrong with the American diet? More than half our calories come from 'ultra-processed' foods - LA TimesUltra-Processed Foods in the American Diet | dailyRx Newssugar association commercial - YouTubeWhen Good Plants Eat JunkMark Bittman: What's wrong with what we eat | TED Talk | TED.comVisit PuraKai to shop for eco-friendly clothing and stand-up paddle boards. Be sure to use coupon code "latest in paleo" for 15% off all clothing purchases.
58 minutes | Apr 3, 2016
Episode 158: The Potato Hack, Weight Loss Simplified
On today’s show, guest Tim Steele tells us how a short-term, all-potato diet can be used as a successful weight loss tool. In addition, you'll learn about potato history, antinutrients, satiety, resistant starch, and more. Tim recently published a book, The Potato Diet: Weight Loss Simplified and it is available on Amazon in print and kindle formats. There is also a Michael Pollan documentary recommendation (one you may have missed) and in the After the Bell segment, we’ll hear more about all-potato diets. Links for this episode:This Episode's HomepageLatest in Paleo on Facebook - News hunters and gatherers post your links here.The Potato Hack: Weight Loss SimplifiedFull List of Recommended Books & AudiobooksTHE BOTANY OF DESIRE | PBS - YouTubeWatch Videos Online | Botany of Desire | Veoh.comThe Potato Hack – Weight Loss SimplifiedVegetable PharmThe Potato Hack Facebook Page / GroupAll that you wanted to know about 20 potatoes a day dietBBC NEWS | Health | Starch 'fuel of human evolution'60 Day Potato Only Diet SD - YouTubePotato-Only Diet? - YouTubeSpud Fit Challenge Day 85 - weigh-in day! - YouTubeVisit PuraKai to shop for eco-friendly clothing and stand-up paddle boards. Be sure to use coupon code "latest in paleo" for 15% off all clothing purchases.
117 minutes | Mar 25, 2016
Episode 157: Fasting
On this episode, I discuss my recent 5-day fast: how it went, what I learned, and whether I'll be doing it again. In the News & Views segment, we discuss a CNN article about fasting and longevity as well as a NY Times article that indicates intermittent fasting is becoming more widely accepted. You'll learn about a 450-lb man who did not eat food for over a year and reduced his body to a normal size. In the Moment of Paleo, I offer some ideas about when less is more. And After the Bell features a Dr. Jason Fung presentation about fasting as an important health tool. Enjoy the show! Links for this episode:This Episode's HomepageLatest in Paleo on Facebook - News hunters and gatherers post your links here.Full List of Recommended Books & AudiobooksEat, Fast & Live Longer HD - Video DailymotionOccasional fasting could help you live longer - CNN.comPeriodic fasting may lead to longer, healthier lives - AOLFasting Diets Are Gaining Acceptance - The New York TimesDietary restriction improves repopulation but impairs lymphoid differentiation capacity of hematopoietic stem cells in early agingHere's how occasional fasting could actually be good for you - ScienceAlertThe up- and downside of caloric restriction for aging and healthAGINGADVICE.ORGFasting - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaDaniel Fast - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaFasting Chart - Beliefnet.comUsing Fasting for Natural Healing | AllAboutFastingFasting: health benefits and risks - Medical News TodayA Periodic Diet that Mimics Fasting Promotes Multi-System Regeneration, Enhanced Cognitive Performance, and Healthspan: Cell MetabolismA History of Modern Research into Fasting, Starvation, and Inanition - SpringerMedically Supervised Water-only Fasting in the Treatment of HypertensionThe Fasting AdvantageHarpersMagazine Fasting - CloudupFasting: health risks - Live Well - NHS ChoicesWhat no one talks about when they extol the benefits of fasting - VoxFive day 'fasting' diet slows down ageing and may add years to life - TelegraphThe three-day fast: Day Four | Josh MitteldorfLifeboat Foundation Bios: Dr. Joshua MitteldorfBursts of fasting may be key to longevity and health - The Columbia Chronicle: Health & TechCould a 5-Day Fasting Diet Prolong Your Life?Effect of diet and exercise on serum insulin, IGF-I, and IGFBP-1 levels and growth of LNCaP cells in vitro (United States) - SpringerA year without food › Dr Karl's Great Moments In Science (ABC Science)The Ancient Secret of Weight LossIs Fasting an Effective Therapy for Weight Loss? - Weight LossThe Aetiology of Obesity Part 4 of 6: The Fast Solution - YouTubeVisit PuraKai to shop for eco-friendly clothing and stand-up paddle boards. Be sure to use coupon code "latest in paleo" for 15% off all clothing purchases.
75 minutes | Mar 10, 2016
Episode 156: In the Woods
A review of cancer data has Canada changing its guidelines on colon cancer screenings, while in other cancer news a study has the medical community asking whether living with cancer can be better for patients than curing it. Also in the News & Views segment, Whole Foods changes it's mind about replacing nature's packaging for oranges. Also, a new study looks at how mimicking a Paleolithic lifestyle—in the woods with no shelter—might affect metabolic health. In the Moment of Paleo the topic is waiting...is it really so bad? Today's documentary & book recommendations and After the Bell segment are each about ultra hikes along mega trails. Enjoy the show! Links for this episode:This Episode's HomepageLatest in Paleo on Facebook - News hunters and gatherers post your links here.Full List of Recommended Books & AudiobooksA Walk in the Woods: Rediscovering America on the Appalachian TrailReversing Type 2 Diabetes: The University of Newcastle Research with Diet Plan | – Humans Are Not BrokenMILE… MILE & A HALF (trailer 1) on VimeoNetflixWhole Foods Pulls Pre-Peeled Oranges After Massive Twitter Backlash - FortuneCanadian experts say 'no' to colonoscopy for colon cancer screening | ReutersColonoscopies: America’s gold standard, while Canada says they’re not justified - HealthNewsReview.orgNew colon cancer screen guidelines issued | Watch News Videos OnlineAmerican Cancer Society recommendations for colorectal cancer early detectionDr. McDougall's Health & Medical Center » Early Detection for Cancer Is a Risky BusinessDo You Really Need to Get an Annual Checkup? – Next AvenueEffects of cancer screening on overall mortality overstated, says report - Medical News TodayExploiting evolutionary principles to prolong tumor control in preclinical models of breast cancer | Science Translational MedicineDon't kill cancer, learn to live with it, say scientists - TelegraphControlling Cancer May Be Better Than Getting Rid of It Entirely: Study | TIMELiving With Cancer Might Be Better Than Trying To Cure It (VIDEO) | Sci/Health > Health > Medicine"The Impact of a 4-Day Paleolithic Lifestyle Change on Human Metaflammation" by Jens Freese, Begoña Ruiz-Núñez et al.Watch "The 2,185 MILE HIKE | David Kallin | TEDxYouth@CEHS" Video at TEDxTalksVisit PuraKai to shop for eco-friendly clothing and stand-up paddle boards. Be sure to use coupon code "latest in paleo" for 15% off all clothing purchases.
83 minutes | Feb 29, 2016
Episode 155: Sound the False Alarm!
A recent study on low carb, high fat (LCHF) diets led to a prominent researcher issuing warnings about the Paleo diet, calling it dangerous, and this rippled out in the media. On this episode, we take a look at that study and show why it is so misleading and why some researchers are calling for a retraction. In other news, a new study shows major health benefits from just a little weight loss, and the CDC tells us 83 million American adults don't get enough sleep. There is also a recap of the Newcastle research, which every diabetic should be aware of. The Moment of Paleo furthers the theme of small changes, big impact. There are new book and documentary recommendations. The After the Bell segment features Dr. Ian Spreadburry's excellent talk for the New Zealand Ancestral Health Symposium further strengthening the proposition that whole food delivers good health—if you don't know the difference between acellular and cellular carbs, you will after this talk, and you'll be glad you do. Enjoy the show! Links for this episode:This Episode's homepageLatest in Paleo on Facebook - News hunters and gatherers post your links here.Full List of Recommended Books & AudiobooksThe Diet Myth: Why the Secret to Weight Loss & Health is Already in Your GutThe Diet Myth | SBS On DemandThe Diet Myth documentary: The real reason we’re fatDiabetes expert warns paleo diet is dangerous and increases weight gain | EurekAlert! Science NewsPaleo diets = weight gain | Pursuit by University of MelbourneNutrition & Diabetes - A low-carbohydrate high-fat diet increases weight gain and does not improve glucose tolerance, insulin secretion or [beta]-cell mass in NZO miceCelebrity chef Pete Evans mocks study showing Paleo diet could make you fatNew study says Paleo diet 'unhealthy and fattening' angering ardent devotees - TelegraphDiet Research Insanity – aaron blaisdell's blogDiet that can help you avoid or even reverse Type 2 diabetes revealed | Daily Mail OnlineBig Health Benefits to Small Weight Loss - The New York TimesEffects of Moderate and Subsequent Progressive Weight Loss on Metabolic Function and Adipose Tissue Biology in Humans with Obesity: Cell MetabolismEven Small Weight Loss Benefits Health | Fort Smith/Fayetteville News | 5newsonline KFSM 5NEWSPrevalence of Healthy Sleep Duration among Adults — United States, 2014 | MMWRThe Americans Who Don’t Get Enough Sleep - WSJA Third of Americans Aren't Getting Enough Sleep - NBC NewsWhite people sleep the most, CDC study finds | Daily Mail OnlineCDC Still Says Americans Aren't Getting Enough Sleep (VIDEO) | Sci/Health > HealthSleep loss gets scary in CDC report - CBS News"Acellular Carbohydrates: Are Our Bacteria a Detector of Dietary Refinement?" - Dr Ian Spreadbury - YouTubeVisit PuraKai to shop for eco-friendly clothing and stand-up paddle boards. Be sure to use coupon code "latest in paleo" for 15% off all clothing purchases.
106 minutes | Feb 22, 2016
Episode 154: Fiber the New Protein?
On this episode of Latest in Paleo, we look at recent research regarding dietary fiber, indicating benefits to health and appetite control. One study suggests the lack of gut microbiome diversity seen in people who don't eat much fiber may be passed down to future generations. And finally, is the fiber hype entering fad territory or is it legit? We also take a look at claims a Cochrane Collaboration co-founder has leveled against the pharmaceutical industry; he says they fit the definition for organized crime. This is really a must-listen segment. Also this week, we feature a Human Movement Update after the News & Views, and we look at which exercises might be most effective for the brain. The Documentary Recommendation, Moment of Paleo, and After the Bell segments all relate to The Overview Effect; how seeing things from a higher level can drastically change our thinking. Enjoy the show! Links for this episode:This Episode's homepageLatest in Paleo on Facebook - News hunters and gatherers post your links here.Full List of Recommended Books & AudiobooksWhole: Rethinking the Science of NutritionWatch PLANETARY Online | Vimeo On Demand on Vimeofoodconsumer.org - Dietary fiber may lower cardiovascular disease riskHigher dietary fiber intake in young women may reduce breast cancer risk | News | Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public HealthBarley Bread Can Reduce Appetite, Cut Blood Glucose Levels, And Lower Your Risk Factors For DiabetesLow-fiber diets mess up gut microbes—and changes can become heritable | Ars TechnicaFiber Is the Next Protein : Food Network | Healthy Eats – Food Network Healthy Living BlogDIETARY FIBER: How Did We Get Where We Are? - Annual Review of Nutrition, 25(1):1Peter Gotzsche, founder of the Cochrane Collaboration, visits Australia to talk about dangers of prescription drugsWhy I think antidepressants cause more harm than good - The Lancet PsychiatryThe Hidden Harm of Antidepressants - Scientific AmericanProsecuting Doctors in Prescription Drug Overdose Deaths - Room for Debate - NYTimes.comShould we really be taking so many prescription drugs? - Thrive Health: Health & Wellness from the Chicago Sun-TimesPrescription for harm: Dangerous drug mix leaves woman fighting for life - Chicago TribunePhysical exercise increases adult hippocampal neurogenesis in male rats provided it is aerobic and sustained - Nokia - 2016 - The Journal of Physiology - Wiley Online LibraryWhich Type of Exercise Is Best for the Brain? - The New York TimesStudy: Exercising while young alters gut microbes and leads to a healthier brainPeople Who Exercise May Have Bigger Brains | TIMEMidlife exercise blood pressure, heart rate, and fitness relate to brain volume 2 decades laterCouch Potatoes May Have Smaller Brains Later in LifeStudy Says Exercise During Middle Age Maintains Brain Size - YouTubeThe Overview Effect - YouTubeOVERVIEW | Planetary CollectiveVisit PuraKai to shop for eco-friendly clothing and stand-up paddle boards. Be sure to use coupon code "latest in paleo" for 15% off all clothing purchases.
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