October 18th, 2016 | 1 hr 38 mins
aging, antinutrients, blue zones, calorie restriction, hunter-gatherers, legumes, longevity, loren cordain, oil, paleo diet, plant foods, potatoes, protein, staffan lindberg
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.
July 16th, 2013 | 1 hr 20 mins
circadian rhythm, evolutionary mismatch, jo robinson, loren cordain, nutrition, paul jaminet, perfect health diet, perfect health retreat, t. colin campbell, traditional diets
Today's guest is Dr. Paul Jaminet, co-author of Perfect Health Diet. We talk about traditional versus modern diets, weekly versus daily nutrition, the importance of circadian rhythms, the new Perfect Health Retreat in Austin, TX, the real-world results of people applying the Perfect Health Diet approach, and much more. Additional segments include Dr. Loren Cordain in a roundtable discussion with T. Colin Campbell and Jo Robinson discussing her new book 'Eating on the Wild Side' in an NPR interview.
June 10th, 2012 | 1 hr 14 mins
bacon, bill o'reilly, calcium, cholesterol, dr. oz, gluten, going paleo, gorilla biscuits, government, heart disease, hunter-gatherer, jon stossil, loren cordain, mainstream paleo, mortality, nutrient density, obesogens, soda ban, stacy toth, stephen colbert, supplementation, vitamin d, wheat, woman's world magazine
In this week's show, we cover a lot of news. NYC taking about banning large sodas, and Colbert chimes in. Bill O'Reilly debates Jon Stossil on government's roll in health awareness...O'Reilly gives up wheat, too. Stacy Toth of PaleoParents.com appears in Woman's World Magazine. Going Paleo is covered on TV news. Study touts benefits of the hunter-gather lifestyle. Calcium supplementation linked to heart disease. Too much Vitamin D correlates with increased mortality. Good cholesterol may not be so good after all. Plus stories about gluten, obesogens, nutrient density on the Oz show, and Gorilla Biscuits. In the Moment of Paleo, some thoughts on the popularity of Paleo. And after the Bell -- a portion of an excellent new interview with Dr. Loren Cordain. Bonus: Rub Some Bacon it!
July 12th, 2011 | 1 hr 10 mins
atkins, bob harrington, eric westman, food marketing, food matters, loren cordain, marion nestle, weston a. price foundation
This week, host Angelo Coppola provides several clips for listeners to enjoy. These include: Food Matters movie trailer, Weston A. Price Foundation, Marion Nestle, Dr. Loren Cordain Q&A, and Dr. Bob Harrington discusses Atkins and low carb with Dr. Eric W...
June 20th, 2011 | 1 hr 18 mins
barefoot, carbs, diabetes, don matesz, fat, loren cordain, paleo diet, produce, soda
This week's topics: barefoot kids, contaminated produce, poop burgers(!), saturated fat, fighting diabetes with soda, prominent Paleo blogger bids farewell to diet, freaky eaters, late night eating, and What is Paleo? in the Moment of Paleo segment; Dr. L...
June 13th, 2011 | 1 hr 7 mins
alan watts, bacon, coconut milk, gmo, loren cordain, monsanto, sedentary, sitting, styrofoam, us news and world report
This week's topics include: bacon cologne, US News Best Diets & a Rebuttal by Dr. Loren Cordain, sitting as bad as smoking, don't-fry day, styrofoam toxicity, Monsanto, GMO foods, coconut milk, Blog of the Week, Moment of Paleo & Alan Watts after the bell