October 11th, 2016 | 1 hr 27 mins
eat to live, fat, joel fuhrman, longevity, nutrient density, nuts, protein, seeds, starch, the end of dieting, whole food
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!
August 31st, 2015 | 2 hrs 1 min
butter, carbs, cookbook, david suzuki, fat, gut bacteria, jimmy moore, keto, leana wen, microbiome, paleo diet, pharma, shinrin yoku
On this episode of Latest in Paleo: Best drug ad ever; Jimmy Moore’s new Keto cookbook; Paleolithic diet included carbs according to new study; the fat vs. carbs study; and the Danish butter study. There’s a documentary series recommendation, a book recommendation, a Shinrin Yoku Update, a Listener Question about restoring gut flora after antibiotics, a Moment of Paleo, an After the Bell segment about what your doctor won’t disclose, and a bonus clip at the very end! Enjoy!
June 15th, 2015 | 1 hr 33 mins
ancel keys, cardiology, chimamanda ngozi adichie, disease, fat, heart health, joel kahn, north karelia project, paleo diet, the daniel plan, vegan
On this episode, we welcome Dr. Joel Kahn to the show. He is a decorated cardiologist and a Clinical Professor of Medicine at Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit. Dr. Joel is a proponent of using lifestyle choices to prevent and even reverse heart disease. We discuss diet and dietary fat, heart health, The Daniel Plan, The North Karelia Project, Ancel Keys, commonalities between Paleo and Vegan diets, and much more.
June 24th, 2014 | 1 hr 26 mins
dietary fat, dr. oz, exercise, fasting, fat, gut bacteria, michelle obama, microbiome, wade davis
On this week's show, I have an excellent documentary recommendation; we discuss the TIME Magazine article about dietary fat (and point out the elephant in the room that they virtually ignore); we talk about Dr. Oz's appearance before Congress and their idea of creating a Master Brand List to help with weight loss; Michelle Obama says her Ivy League education did not prepare her to make food choices for her children, and I suggest why that is irrelevant; then, we discuss a new study about the benefits of a 72-hour fast; also, we cover a story about how exercise might improve the condition of our gut microbiomes. In the Moment of Paleo we discuss the Possible and the Impossible. And, After the Bell, we'll hear a presentation about why we should preserve the indigenous populations around the world.
February 10th, 2014 | 1 hr 35 mins
antioxidants, david healy, dietary guidelines, evidence-based medicine, false dilemma, fat, food industry, heart disease, subway, sugar, vitamin c, vitamin e
On today's show, we tackle the recent BBC Horizon special called Sugar vs. Fat; also Subway's bread controversy; there's reason for concern regarding Vitamin C & E supplements as they relate to endurance training; the latest research on added sugar and heart disease; the government's sugar guideline board's ties to the food industry; and heart healthy sugar snacks. Also, we talk about False Dilemmas in the Moment of Paleo and we hear a conversation about Evidence Based Medicine in the After the Bell segment.
December 24th, 2013 | 1 hr 27 mins
alan watts, cereal killers, cooking, culture, fat, ivan oransky, nutrition, over-medicalized, richard wrangham, sleep
On today's show: A couple of movie recommendations. Why do we sleep? Are we "over-medicalized? How has human nutrition evolved? What is the role of cooking in human evolution? Moment of Paleo: Why must we reevaluate and reinvent? After the Bell: Current Human Culture.
December 17th, 2013 | 1 hr 16 mins
antibiotics, cavities, fat, fda, gut bacteria, jeroen raes, microbiome, sitting, sugar
On today's show: Get to know your gut bacteria. How quickly do gut bacteria respond to your diet? Is "microbiome candy" a good idea for fighting cavities? Will new FDA rules help with antibiotic resistant bacteria? Which are stronger...sugar or fat cravings? Plus a Moment of Paleo segment and After the Bell clips, too.
October 29th, 2013 | 1 hr 29 mins
arthur haines, aseem malhotra, bacon, dietary fat, dietary recommendations, dr. oz, fat, nick offerman, nutritional lies, overweight
On today’s show, we tackle the big question about fat by taking a look at recent worldwide reporting and media coverage of dietary fat. First, Nick Offerman offers his prose on the beauty of bacon. Then, we bounce from The Dr. Oz show and CBS News in America to the BBC in the UK to ABC’s Catalyst in Australia — they’re all chiming in about fat. Sweden’s government is making some changes to their dietary recommendations. And, we’ll wrap up the show with 13 Nutritional Lies that have made people sick and overweight. After the Bell it’s Dr. Aseem Malhotra and Arthur Haines.
March 4th, 2013 | 57 mins 7 secs
allan savory, carbohydrates, cholesterol, coca cola, dr. oz, evolution, fat, intelligence, salt, sugar, sweet stem farms, timothy leary
On today's show, you'll enjoy a bit of beautiful sound from Sweet Stem Farms. We'll talk about the new book Salt, Sugar, Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us. Then, Dr. Oz calls it his most important show ever about cholesterol...see what he and his guests have to say. We'll also talk about carbohydrates, fat, and Coca-Cola. After the Bell it's Allan Savory and Dr. Timothy Leary.
January 11th, 2012 | 1 hr 8 mins
chris kresser, emily deans, fat, future of food, injuries, mark sisson, meat, paul jaminet, soda, vandana shiva, yoga
This week, host Angelo Coppola talks about - soda, yoga injuries, in-vitro meat (lab meat), The Fat Trap (NY Times Magazine), high fat foods causing brain scarring, a Paleo Land segment featuring Mark Sisson, Paul Jaminet, Dr. Emily Deans and Chris Kresser, and After the Bell, it's The Future of Food.