Latest in Paleo 106: Behind Closed Doors April 20, 2014 | Angelo Coppola
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On today’s show, we cover all things Resistant Starch. You’ll hear from Richard Nikoley and Tim Steele, co-authors on an upcoming Resistant Starch book, as they share what they are learning and the results from many RS experiments around the world. Resistant fiber may be a big missing piece of otherwise healthy diets — learn how they help promote healthy gut bacteria and overall health.
On today’s show: Two new documentary recommendation; the tale of processed foods; Joel Salatin talks about modern life and says, “Folks, this ain’t normal!”; Carl Sagan’s big ideas; a Moment of Paleo about awareness and preparation; and After the Bell a piece on gratitude.
On today’s show: A couple of movie recommendations. Why do we sleep? Are we “over-medicalized? How has human nutrition evolved? What is the role of cooking in human evolution? Moment of Paleo: Why must we reevaluate and reinvent? After the Bell: Current Human Culture.
On today’s show: Get to know your gut bacteria. How quickly do gut bacteria respond to your diet? Is “microbiome candy” a good idea for fighting cavities? Will new FDA rules help with antibiotic resistant bacteria? Which are stronger…sugar or fat cravings? Plus a Moment of Paleo segment and After the Bell clips, too.
On this weeks show: the significance of the unknown; cost differences between healthy and unhealthy diets; healthy obesity; vitamin D supplementation may be ineffective; humans are becoming more carnivorous; the science of ancestral memories. In the Moment of Paleo: psychological priming. After the Bell it’s Joel Salatin, followed by Alan Watts.
This week’s show covers much news including the continuing debate on statin drugs and heart health, Thanksgiving calories, Silicon Valley’s artificial egg, the unknowns in addiction psychology. The Moment of Paleo segment offers ideas on wealth. After the Bell includes segments from Vandana Shiva and Alice Waters — they talk about real food from the vantage point of an activist and of a chef.
On this week’s show we discuss the GMO labeling vote, the statin controversy follow-up, athleticism and diabetes, prolonging life with nuts, The Ritz Cracker Deficiency, human food and the microbiomes of hunter gatherers. There is a Moment of Paleo that touches on the ideas of trust in corporations and others. After the Bell there are 4 excellent clips for your enjoyment.
On today’s show: I’m annoyed by the lack of journalistic excellence in reporting the new guidelines on statins; transfats may be banned all together, health benefits of vegetable oils questioned, red meat consumption linked to diabetes, and how saying no to McDonald’s can be dangerous. Sriracha lessons in the Moment of Paleo. After the Bell includes clips from Statin Nation, a sales rep turns Whistleblower, and the Triumphs of Experience from the TakeAway.