Episode 71: Aligning Interests

In this week’s show, we talk about new research that identifies a gut bacteria we all have that can help overweight people and type 2 diabetics. Also, there’s some crazy stuff going on with our food system from rogue GMOs in the wild that aren’t even supposed to exist to an outbreak of hepatitis caused by mixed berries sold at Costco. You’ll hear a review of a cookbook called Gather. After the Bell it’s Charles Eisenstein.

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Episode 72: Getting Things Done with James Clear

James Clear shares with us the dramatic story of how his baseball career almost came to an end in his youth. In the interview, we discuss resistance exercises, why they are important, and how one can get started. Also discussed are foods eaten on workout days versus off days, intermittent fasting, and the practice of forming good schedules and habits.

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Summer Basil Soup

This refreshing, easy-to-prepare soup is perfect for a warm summer day, Serves: 2 Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: -0- minutes Ingredients 4 cups basil leaves, washed and stems removed 1 (3-inch) piece fresh ginger root, peeled and chopped 1/2 cup raw cashews 1 large avocado 3 TBSP fresh lemon juice 3 1/2 cups coconut water 1 tsp roasted red chili paste Sea salt and black pepper, to taste Ground…

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Episode 73: Pure Ocean

Noel Huelsenbeck has been a Latest in Paleo listener since the earliest days of the show. He’s also a hunter, fisherman, food gardener, and now an entrepreneur who is leaving the technology industry in order to make a contribution as a provider of sustainable clothing. He is, along with his daughter, a co-founder of PuraKai. On today’s show, find out why our clothing choices can be as important as our food choices — and hopefully, be inspired along the way.

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Taking Back Human: How to Master Your Body in Modern Culture

Just like any participant in the dance of nature, humans tend toward the path of least resistance, and our culture has cleverly begun abandoning the necessity for robust movement as a means of survival. Modern-day hunting and gathering has transformed into sitting and staring—a devolution that has our biology confused. Physical movement is as crucial to assimilating nutrients as chewing—the expansive movements utilized to climb a tree to snag an…

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7 Extra-Dietary Ways to Improve Your Microbiota

The importance of maintaining a healthy gut-microbe ecosystem cannot be understated. From regulating mood to boosting our immune system, the balance of this internal flora is a cornerstone of good health—a fact which prompts us to always be on the hunt for foods and supplements that nourish and protect our precious insides. Unsurprisingly, during discussions about improving gut health, items like fermented foods, resistant starch, and probiotics often come to…

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