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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.
This week’s show is full of hard-hitting information about the pharmaceutical industry, including coverage of the ABC’s Heart of the Matter, Part 2, which focuses on statin drugs. Also, DNA barcoding shows that many herbal supplements are not what they seem. We also cover the updated Nordic Dietary Recommendations. The Moment of Paleo covers rigid versus intuitive approaches. After the Bell: Alan Watts; Herbal Supplements; and the Nordic Dietary Recommendations press conference.
On today’s show, we tackle the big question about fat by taking a look at recent worldwide reporting and media coverage of dietary fat. First, Nick Offerman offers his prose on the beauty of bacon. Then, we bounce from The Dr. Oz show and CBS News in America to the BBC in the UK to ABC’s Catalyst in Australia — they’re all chiming in about fat. Sweden’s government is making some changes to their dietary recommendations. And, we’ll wrap up the show with 13 Nutritional Lies that have made people sick and overweight. After the Bell it’s Dr. Assem Malhotra and Arthur Haines.
On this week’s show, we explore stories that connect the gut and the mind. First a couple of documentary suggestions with trailers. In the news: addictive Oreos, popcorn as advertising defense, sleep cleans the brain (literally), and grocery store surveillance is coming. In the Moment of Paleo segment, we discuss creating a healthy feedback system to achieve your goals. After the Bell features clips from Dr. Yoni Freedhoff and Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride.
On this week’s show: Learn cooking science for free; preview of a GMO debate; baby food found to lack nutrients; deconstructing Doritos; athletes sponsoring junk food and buying grassfed beef; the salmonella outbreak; and why walking burns fat. In the Moment of Paleo segment: Waiting is. After the Bell: a mom talks about feeding her baby naturally and Jared Diamond talks about aging in Western civilization versus Hunter-gatherer civilizations.