September 27th, 2015 | 1 hr 33 mins
bj miller, denmark, gmo, iron, meat, satiety, shinrin yoku, trans fat
This episode’s News & Views segment features a new study that suggests eating iron-rich food makes us hungrier; the results of Denmark’s trans fat ban; the WHO is set to make controversial recommendations about eating meat; and even more reasons to dislike the GMO industry. Plus, we have a Shinrin-Yoku update, a Moment of Paleo, and After the Bell segments, too. We kick things off with documentary and book recommendations. Join us at the crossroads!
May 7th, 2015 | 1 hr 52 mins
dan buettner, disease, food, history, hunter-gatherers, ideal weight, legumes, longevity, meat, obesity, stephan guyenet, whole health source
On this episode, we are joined by Stephan Guyenet. He is a former obesity researcher who holds a Ph.D. in neurobiology as well as a degree in biochemistry. He is the host of the popular blog, Whole Health Source. We talk about hunter-gatherer populations, the history of food and disease in America, whether legumes are Paleo, how much meat should be in our diets, and also the Ideal Weight Program that he helped to create. After the Bell it's Dan Buettner on Living to 100.
July 9th, 2014 | 1 hr 17 mins
aloneness, christopher columbus, grilling, longevity, meat, native americans, pain, protein, sunshine, weight loss
On today’s show: A grilling tip for healthier meat; a look at research that suggests people prefer pain to being alone with their thoughts; a recent study about how protein may help us lose weight; we talk about findings that suggest people who avoid the sun have higher mortality rates. The topic of the Moment of Paleo is remaining ourselves. And, in the After the Bell segment, we’ll hear an excerpt from the National Geographic documentary, America Before Columbus.
May 5th, 2014 | 1 hr 8 mins
coca-cola, meat, obesity, research, robert sapolsky, stress, values
On this week’s show: What happens when Coca-Cola funds obesity research? Is healthy obesity really a myth? What is second-hand stress? Does eating meat off the bone make kids misbehave? In the Moment of Paleo we discuss valuing life. And in the After the Bell segment, Dr. Robert Sapolsky discusses what makes us human.
March 21st, 2014 | 1 hr 50 mins
antibiotics, cheese, child obesity, jim gaffigan, meat, obesity, prebiotics, probiotics, smoking, tim steele
On this week's information-packed show: an update on prebiotics and probiotics with Tim Steele; Is child obesity really down? Is meat and cheese really as bad as smoking? Are antibiotics making us fat? Plus, a Moment of Paleo and After the Bell.
April 29th, 2013 | 1 hr 4 mins
alan watts, debunking paleo, dr. oz, gluten, lifestyle, meat, ramen
In this week's show: we welcome Primal Pacs as a new sponsor, enjoy the comedy of John Pinette, debunk the Paleo debunking, dissect the latest meat scare, talk a bit about Paleo on The Dr. Oz Show, meet a girl who eats nothing but ramen noodles, and we consider the idea that diets are not lifestyles. After the Bell, we hear a mainstream view of gluten followed by a far-from-mainstream look at money as explained by Alan Watts.
August 15th, 2012 | 1 hr 41 mins
advertising, calories, diet soda, food myths, gary taubes, meat, pharma, society
We cover a lot of ground this week. Everything from drug advertisements, to food myths about calories and beef. We talk about diet soda makes people fat, and the favorite foods of U.S. presidents. In the Paleo Land segment we talk with my daughter, Ayla, about 2 of her Paleo books: Paleo Pals & Eat Like a Dinosaur. After the Bell, we have an excellent clip featuring Gary Taubes and another featuring a family of 11 who lived in a small RV, having dropped out of 'normal' society.
July 1st, 2012 | 1 hr 8 mins
bill o'reilly, cattle feed, cereal, farmers, labeling, mark sisson, mark's daily apple, meat, mental illness, new york city, soda ban, vegetarianism, vitamin c
In the news, we hear wheat farmers react to Bill O'Reilly's suggestion that the United States government sponsor a "Beware of Wheat" public service announcement. New York City's health panel considers banning large sodas...and more. We discuss what the meat industry is feeding cattle. Where does your Vitamin C come from? There was 'anti-freeze' in some cereals when they were pulled from the shelves. What does it mean when a product claims that it is 'natural' on its label? We talk about how Americans are spending their grocery dollars and whether the Paleo Diet could be the answer for the future. Finally, a new study looks at mental illness and vegetarianism. In Paleo Land, Marks Daily Apple tells us how we can potentially answer questions about the primal or Paleo approach. The Moment of Paleo is about The Race to the Bottom, as it relates to food. There are two After the Bell segments this week.
April 27th, 2012 | 1 hr 44 mins
keith norris, meat, michelle norris, paleo best practices, paleo fx, studies, trust
This week, we talk about how the media sensationalized a simple study about meat consumption, and some common ways studies are misreported. Keith & Michelle Norris talk about Paleo(fx) 2012. I talk about my own Paleo best practices, and I offer up a Moment of Paleo about trusting yourself.
February 15th, 2012 | 55 mins 57 secs
akrasia, aspirin, cancer, fiber, meat, mushrooms, pharma, philip zimbardo, pork, running, sleep, statistics, superbugs
This week, Angelo Coppola discusses: added fiber, superbugs in meat, pig farms exploding, lack of sleep and hunger, why runners get injured, curing cancer with mushrooms, aspirin's role in cancer treatment, the staggering cost of creating a drug, akrasia: a condition you probably have, eating pork, The Statistics Driven Life in the Moment of Paleo segment, Philip Zimbardo in the 'After the Bell' segment.