You’re about to hear my take on beer, wine and alcohol (especially during the holidays), overeating issues, what to do when you see all the sweets at parties this time of year, how to accidentally write a book, censorship on social media, and even the future of virtual reality.
Although nutrition fads come and go, the notion that “fruits and vegetables are good for you” has always remained . . . until now. Of late, even this nutrition truism, preached to kids at most dinner tables, has been called into question. Many people are boasting good results after adopting low-carbohydrate, ketogenic, or even carnivore diets. In these cases, fruits and vegetables are often very limited—or excluded entirely. So was…
Though she is at the forefront of functional medicine, what sets Dr. Wahls apart is her experience using nutrition and lifestyle interventions to treat progressive health problems and heal her own MS, and later that of others.
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This week’s show features: a listener update, comedy from Sandy Stec, soda link to obesity questioned (by shills in the beverage industry), takeout food in the UK, changing nutrition labels in Australia, the fat tax, 7 things McDonald’s knows about your brain, Twinkie diet followup, 121-year old woman’s diet, chocolate and heart disease, a Moment of Paleo segment, and After the Bell featuring Matt Cutts of Google.
James Hartman, 5-month update
Another Athlete Dies During an Ironman Contest – WDRB
Dr. Richard Feinman
Sandy Stec –
Soda Link to Obesity Questioned? – ABC News
Takeaway Food, Fat, & Food Coloring – BBC (Thanks, Glenn)
Traffic Light Labels in Australia – Today | Tonight (Thanks, Helen)
Fat Tax – Spiegal Online
7 Things McDonald’s Knows – Psychology Today (Thanks, Adam)
Twinkie Diet – Weight Up / Cholesterol Up – CNN Blog (Thanks, Boone)
121 Year Old Woman’s Diet – Huffington Post (Thanks, Akai & Lynn)
Chocolate May Lower the Risk for Heart Disease – Newsy.com
Moment of Paleo
After the Bell
Matt Cutts of Google on 30-day Challenges
This week, host Angelo Coppola talks with biochemistry professor, Dr. Richard Feinman. They discuss Dr. Feinman’s differences with Dr. Robert Lustig, his appearance at the Ancestral Health Symposium, what Dr. Feinman eats, and much, much more!
Interview wth Dr. Richard Feinman
Dr. Feinman’s Blog –
Dr. Feinman’s Ancestral Health Symposium Presentation –
Dr. Feinman’s YouTube Biochemistry Videos –
After the Bell
Mother Nature Calls – Horace Silver
When was the last time you checked how safe your air is? One of the most concerning things about breathing polluted air, is that it not only shaves years off of our lives, but it also decreases cognitive performance and actually makes us less intelligent.
Today’s guest is a former junior Australian champion marathon kayaker, and also a high school P.E. teacher who embarked upon a quest to overcome food addiction, anxiety, and depression by eating only potatoes for an entire year.
Be honest now, how many times have you avoided doing something because you were afraid? Right now, Akshay is in the middle of a self-imposed challenge to run from border-to-border of every country in the world, and today he’s here to show us what we’re really capable of as human beings.