We’re going to explore the relationship between diet and cancer. Specifically, how a poor diet can lead to cancer and speed its growth, and how a clean, nutrient-dense diet could help reverse it.
Learn how to skyrocket your performance, break through that plateau, and shatter your personal bests with Crossfit coach, TV star, and elite athlete, Emily Schromm.
On this episode: a book & documentary recommendation; promoting brain health; illegally thin runway models; Blue Zones; and a new look at chronic cardio. Plus, a Listener Letter about “the dieting mind;” and an After the Bell segment featuring David Epstein.
Links for this episode:
- Latest in Paleo 133 on HumansAreNotBroken.com
- Latest In Paleo Facebook Page — News Hunters & Gatherers Post Your Links Here!
- Body Composition Update After Plant Paleo Weight Loss – Humans Are Not Broken
- VEGETABLE PHARM : Humans are Not Broken…Plant Paleo.
- The Plant Paleo Diet – Humans Are Not Broken
- Plant Paleo Part 1: The Gatherer-Hunter Diet – Humans Are Not Broken
- GOSHEN FILM | A documentary featuring the Tarahumara tribe. – HOME
- Watch GOSHEN Official Film Online | Vimeo On Demand
- Newsy | France Could Ban Underweight Models From Runway | Multisource Video News Analysis
- France moves to ban underweight models, 'pro-ana' websites
- France bans pro-anorexia websites and underweight models | The Verge
- France Just Banned Ultra-Thin Models | TIME
- "The Blue Zones Solution": Foods that can help you live longer – CBS News
- Eating To Break 100: Longevity Diet Tips From The Blue Zones : The Salt : NPR
- Here Are the Secrets to a Long and Healthy Life
- ? 2 of 4 Wellbeing & Emerging Tech; An Interview w/Dan Buettner & Aubrey de Grey – YouTube
- The Right Dose of Exercise for a Longer Life – NYTimes.com
- Study Finds High Levels of Exercise Won't Kill You | Runner's World & Running Times
- JAMA Network | JAMA Internal Medicine | Leisure Time Physical Activity and Mortality: A Detailed Pooled Analysis of the Dose-Response Relationship
- Effect of Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activity on All-Cause Mortality in Middle-aged and Older Australians. – PubMed – NCBI
- David Epstein: Are athletes really getting faster, better, stronger? | Talk Video | TED.com
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.
Links for this episode:
- Latest in Paleo 134 Home & Add'l Links
- Latest in Paleo Facebook Page — Post Your Links or Just Say Hi!
- Whole Health Source
- Whole Health Source: Beans, Lentils, and the Paleo Diet
- Whole Health Source: Is Meat Unhealthy? Consolidated links
- Whole Health Source: The Kitavans: Wisdom from the Pacific Islands
- Whole Health Source: My TEDx Talk, "The American Diet: a Historical Perspective"
- Stephan Guyenet, PhD (@whsource) | Twitter
- Dan’s Plan | Learn about our programs and philosophy on food, movement, and sleep
- Dan Buettner: How to live to be 100+ | Talk Video | TED.com
Richard Nikoley is author of Free The Animal, and we’re exploring how to cook in an RV, what it’s like to live off the grid, and why you shouldn’t fear potatoes.
Our modern information age is at once awesome and terrible:
Awesome: Science and academia are no longer just for Ivory Tower elites. Anyone, just about anywhere, can read, interpret, and provide constructive criticism of research, nearly as it is being published.
Terrible: The human tendency to form tribes and to attack anything that is not part of their tribes’ doctrine is put on steroids in the largely anonymous online world. New ideas are seldom analyzed for mechanistic merit. They are looked at through the lens of “consensus” which often seems to be a kind of Orwellian NewSpeak amounting to: Industry influence and Academic Inertia that cock-blocks curiosity and common sense.
The online world is an interesting balancing act of Citizen Scientists doing N=1 self experimentation (which ideally then drives review paper, pilot studies and Randomized Controlled Trials, RCT’s) juxtaposed with folks who make absolutely outrageous claims that defy the Laws of Nature.
There is absolutely a need for vetting, but curiosity has been replaced by a smug attitude generally wrapped in august trappings called “skepticism.”
In the past 20 years of suggesting that the Ancestral Health model might have much to offer, it’s been interesting to observe the nearly religious fervor on the parts of both supporters and detractors of various ideas.
Science does inch along and in the video below I look at a paper recently published on the Autoimmune Paleo protocol.
It is NOT the end, it’s the barest of beginnings, but it is quite promising.
In addition to unpacking that research I do my best to place it in the proper context of where the AIP approach is with regards to scientific investigation. I use the Mediterranean Diet as an example of how this process occurs and make a bit of an interesting discovery along the way. I also recently interviewed the study authors and you can check out that podcast here.
tl;dr? (or in this case didn’t watch? Here are some juicy take-aways:
1-This pilot study looked at people with active (medically documented) gastrointestinal disease with and AVERAGE of 20 years.
2-The 6 week pilot study saw all participants not only finish the trial, but they also experienced complete remission in disease symptoms.
3-The misapplication of the Mediterranean Diet concept may be at least partially implicated in the increase in non-celiac gluten sensitivity.
There’s an old saying (something to the effect) that if you want to ruin a social gathering, just bring up politics or religion.
Truer words have likely never been spoken.
But I’d add one more controversial topic that can quickly turn an amicable feast into a SWAT call-out, and that’s food. Some people don’t really care WHAT they eat while others can be motivated to stab a family member with a fork if the wrong dietary approach is broached.
All this considered, the ketogenic diet is a controversial topic at best…
Some folks think it’s certain death to shift towards a whole foods, low glycemic load, appropriate protein and calorie plan.
And in the other keto corner we have folks who have built a whole religion around avoiding protein, carbs and insulin, all the while recommending consuming enough butter and coconut oil to supply 100 AVN conferences with lubricant.
As is often the case, there’s a lot of nuance between these two extremes.
I do my best to unpack this greasy topic in the video below. (As in: Hey, check out the video below!)
Which camp are you in?
Keto is certain death?
The One True Path to keto enlightenment is a vat of butter and coconut oil?
Or perhaps you recognize that as much as one might wish, there’s not a singular route to any way of eating…
If you’re in the latter camp—you’re interested in keto and prefer to tackle your dietary approaches with a bit of sanity and nuance—check out Keto Masterclass.
On this episode of the podcast we have our good friend Diana Rodgers, RD, NTP. Diana is a Registered Dietitian, Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, and lives on a sustainable, working organic farm.
Listen in to this important episode as we talk about the sustainability of eating meat, grazing animals, why sustainability > abs, What The Health, and Diana’s documentary that’s in the works.
The keto diet is one of the most effective ways to shed fat and improve your health. Keto Masterclass helps you start keto right, step-by-step, so that you can be successful long-term.
On this episode, we are joined by Dr. Anastasia Boulais and Jamie Scott all the way from Christchurch, New Zealand. She’s a medical doctor and he is a workplace wellness consultant—both are founding members of the Ancestral Health Society of New Zealand. We discuss: active transportation, workplace wellness, the Maori, obesity in the West, the present “state of Paleo,” sustainability, epigenetics, the upcoming Ancestral Health Symposium in NZ, and much more. After the Bell, it’s Kiwi Ellis Emmet talking about adventure.
Links for this episode:
- Latest in Paleo 135 on HumansAreNotBroken.com — More links, music, comments, etc.
- Latest In Paleo Facebook Page — News Hunters & Gatherers Post Your Links Here!
- Skipping meals tied to increased belly fat, prediabetes – Medical News Today
- re|evolutionary | /r?v??lu??(?)n(?)ri/ – involving or causing a complete or dramatic change
- The Ancestral Health Society of New Zealand | Te Kauwhata T?hauora o Aotearoa
- (9) The Ancestral Health Society of New Zealand
- Anastasia Boulais (@primalmeded) | Twitter
- Jamie Scott (@_Jamie_Scott) | Twitter
- Jamie + Anastasia (@_reevolutionary) | Twitter
- M?ori people – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Seven generation sustainability – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Kaitiakitanga – guardianship and conservation – Te Ara Encyclopedia of New Zealand
- ? Make Your Own Discoveries: Ellis Emmett at TEDxChristchurch – YouTube
- (22) Dr. Joel Kahn – America's Holistic Heart Doc
- Joel Kahn (@drjkahn) • Instagram photos and videos
- Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: The danger of a single story | TED Talk | TED.com
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Today on the show, we welcome Chris Kresser. Chris is a globally recognized leader in the fields of ancestral health, Paleo nutrition, and functional and integrative medicine. He is the author of the New York Times best seller, The Paleo Cure and has just released his brand-new book titled, Unconventional Medicine.
More and more people around the world are starting to recognize that the problems we are facing in the current healthcare system are not ones that someone else can fix. Recent statistics suggests that we are going to have a shortage of over 50,000 primary care providers by the year 2025. One in two American’s now have chronic disease, 30% of kids now have a chronic disease, and the average amount of time that a patient gets to speak before they’re interrupted by the doctor is just twelve seconds! These are just some of the alarming statistics released in Chris’s book, which address the current state of conventional medicine in America today. So what can we do about it?
In this episode, we discuss the role of functional medicine and how the move toward this approach is almost inevitable. Chris explains how we can start to implement functional medicine into our lives today and start addressing the root causes of our problems, rather than masking the symptoms. This is an insightful episode for those in a medical field, health activists, and anybody looking for a solution to their personal, long-term health.
CLICK HERE for the full transcript.
Key Points From This Episode:
- What inspired Chris to write Unconventional Medicine.
- Functional medicine versus conventional medicine.
- Addressing the symptom rather than the root cause.
- The three-part framework for addressing chronic disease.
- Why the medical world needs to address behavior change.
- Learn more about the tribe in Bolivia living a Paleo lifestyle.
- Evolutionary biology and its contribution to medicine today.
- The prevalence of chronic disease in children today.
- The role of big pharma and insurance in medicine today.
- Why health insurance does not mean health care.
- Why functional medicine is the inevitable route for the future.
- Is functional medicine more cost effective than conventional?
- Chris explains The Health Care Population Pyramid Medicine.
- How to implement functional medicine into our lives.
- And much more!
“If healthcare expenditures continue at their current pace, the U.S. is expected to be bankrupted by the year 2025.” — @chriskresser [0:06:25.1]
“The average amount of time that the patient gets to speak before they’re interrupted by the doctor is just twelve seconds.” — @chriskresser [0:15:30.1]
“It’s not an information problem, it’s a behavior change problem.” — @chriskresser [0:19:26.1]
|Links Mentioned in This Episode:
Chris Kresser Website – https://chriskresser.com/
Chris Kresser on Twitter – https://twitter.com/chriskresser
Cleveland Clinic – https://my.clevelandclinic.org/
IORA Health – http://www.iorahealth.com/
Kresser Institute – https://kresserinstitute.com/
Unconventional Medicine Book – https://unconventionalmedicinebook.com/
The Paleo Cure Book – https://www.amazon.com/Your-Personal-Paleo-Code-Reverse/dp/031632289X
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