176 episodes of Latest in Paleo since the first episode, which aired on January 31, 2011.
Episode 16: Namaste
May 16th, 2011
26 mins 56 secs
alan watts, baby formula, breast milk, preemie, premature baby
This week Angelo talks about the premature birth of his daughter and a struggle to ensure she is fed mom's breast milk and donor breast milk over formula -- Alan Watts after the bell.
Episode 15: They Want Me to Eat What?!
May 9th, 2011
56 mins 14 secs
additives, ancel keys, asthma, food color, foodie, grains, over-diagnosis, ray kurzweil., sleep, weight loss, wood
Topics for this week include: weight loss, eating wood, over-diagnosis, sleep, being a foodie, asthma, color of food, ancel keys, grains make us fat, picking your battles, a "Blog of the Week," "Moment of Paleo" and Ray Kurzweil talks about The Singularity.
Episode 14: Bacon Saves Manhood
May 2nd, 2011
59 mins 2 secs
aging, bacon, cancer, carbs, dairy, denise minger, dietary fat, dr. john briffa, dr. william davis, fish oil, grass-fed, longevity, mark sisson, obesity, physical activity, publication bias, sally fallon, sitting, sugar
Sitting all day, healthy aging, dietary fat, sugar intake, obesity study, low-fat dairy, athletes going grass-fed, publication bias, fish oil leads to prostate cancer, carbs and manhood, Sally Fallon, Mark Sisson, Denise Minger, Dr. John Briffa, Dr. Willi
Episode 13: Sugar is Poison
April 25th, 2011
1 hr 24 secs
bacon, erwin le corre, farm to table, gardening, gary taubes, gut bacteria, meat, movnat, real food, robert lustig, sugar, trailer, vitamin d
gary taubes, robert lustig, sugar, bacon, the U.S. meat supply, gut flora, vitamin d, gardening, real food, farm to table trailer, movnat, erwin le corre -- Angelo covers all this and more.
Episode 12: Die Biting the Throat!
April 18th, 2011
1 hr 19 mins
gary taubes, gnoll credo, j. stanton, school lunches, sustainability, taco bell
This week Angelo Coppola and special guest, novelist J. Stanton, discuss The Gnoll Credo, The Real Health Debate, the Taco Bell upgrade, MANDATORY school lunches, Gary Taubes' Is Sugar Toxic article, living now AND living later, Paleo Diet sustainability
Episode 11: Mummies, Frankenfoods, and a 17-day Diet
April 11th, 2011
1 hr 5 mins
17-day diet, ann cooper, archevore, grassfed beef, heart disease, mummies, n=1, saturated fat, school lunches, sun
This week's show includes: 17-day diet, saturated fat, self-experimentation, conventional vs. grassfed beef, sun exposure and melanoma - is there really a link?, school lunches, and much more!
Episode 10: Vegan Tenderloin
April 4th, 2011
1 hr 5 mins
bison, bpa, breastfeeding, food dyes, mad cow disease, michael pollan, weight loss
This week, Angelo covers: renaming a town, food dyes, the drug industry, BPA, vegan breastfeeding hazards, human breast milk in GM cows, weight loss and mad cow disease, bison, paleo vegetable eaters, vegan logic, plus Michael Pollan.
Episode 9: Dukan, Atkins & an LSD Millionaire
March 28th, 2011
59 mins 26 secs
dukan diet, farm photography, fat perception, lap band, owsley stanley, pregnancy, real food, robert atkins, steak, vibram fivefingers
This week, Angelo talks about the latest fad diet, the Dukan Diet, Owsley Stanley, real-food guidelines, lap band surgery, making farm photography a crime, Vibram Fivefingers, Paleo Substitutions, Saturated Fat, and Robert Atkins after the bell.
Episode 8: Paleo in a Pill
March 21st, 2011
58 mins 46 secs
al pacino, high fat diet, meat glue, paleo diet, standing desk, sxsw, whole animal
In this episode, Angelo covers: meeting Tim Ferriss at SXSW, gluten sensitivity, new peer--reviewed Paleo research, meat glue, high fat diets, standing desk, Efficient Exercise & Keith Norris, Perfect Health Diet, Paul Jaminet, and more.
Episode 7: Oz & Taubes & Poop
March 14th, 2011
1 hr 4 mins
alan watts, dr. oz, food inc, freakonomics, gary taubes, joel salatin, marc bessler, michio kaku, poop
This week, Angelo is traveling so it's a clip heavy episode featuring, Food, Inc. (Trailer), Gary Taubes, Dr. Oz, Joel Salatin, Dr. Marc Bessler (Diet Misconceptions), Freakanomics (Poop), Michio Kaku (Civilization), and Alan Watts (Man in Nature).