September 12, 2013 at 8:00AM •
1 hour 17 minutes
Originally released on 11/1/2011 - this classic episode has host Angelo Coppola interviewing Mark Sisson! They discuss the Primal approach, how to get started, conventional wisdom, what happens to people when they go Primal, women & primal, and everything from chronic hunger and cardio to bathroom scales that measure body fat and much more.
Currently, Angelo is traveling and relocating with his family -- he plans to be back with a new episode in one to two weeks.
September 5, 2013 at 12:00AM •
1 hour 31 minutes
On this week's show: Cricket bars, sunshine, a weight-loss apology, what you need to know about your gut bacteria, what a new study reveals about sleep and your appearance, learning how to live, how to get your piece of the Naked Juice settlement, a new Moment of Paleo, and more about the importance of sleep After the Bell.
August 27, 2013 at 3:00AM •
1 hour 5 minutes
On this episode of Latest in Paleo, Jimmy Moore is our guest. He shares the personal story of the loss of his brother, and how this has motivated him to spread information he believes can save lives. We also talk about his new book Cholesterol Clarity, which is widely available starting August 27th.
August 22, 2013 at 12:00AM •
On today's show: 70% of Americans hate their jobs; Big breakfasts may be healthier than big dinners; The Epigentics of fat; the 123-year old living man. Much more including a Moment of Paleo that reflects on the first 100 episodes. After the Bell, it's food and science in two short (and great!) clips.
August 15, 2013 at 2:00AM •
1 hour 9 minutes
Today, I talk with Jason Seib the author of "Paleo Coach," podcaster, speaker, gym owner and trainer. We talk about the three keys to regaining your health, starting with the way you think. Jason doesn't hold back and shares his thoughts about Paleo community leaders who don't exercise, why he doesn't like the phrase "The Paleo Diet," and his non-dogmatic approach.
August 10, 2013 at 2:00AM •
1 hour 24 minutes
On today's show, it's the first Best of After the Bell. You're gonna love the insightful and thought-provoking talks by Michael Pollan, Sir Ken Robinson, Ann Cooper, Alan Watts, Richard Feynman, and Aardman Animations — along with new discussions and commentary about the key themes.
July 31, 2013 at 11:00PM •
1 hour 13 minutes
In today's show we start with a little Paleo Diet satire, and then we talk about: studies that say intermittent fasting is great for weight loss but could also lead to an increased chance of heart disease. Find out why Naked Juice isn't claiming to be "all-natural" anymore. We also discuss stem-cell beef, which is making it's debut soon. In the Moment of Paleo segment, I answer some questions like "What is Paleo?" and "What does Humans are not Broken mean?" After the Bell, we've got a fantastic real-food clip featuring Michael Pollan.
July 25, 2013 at 2:00AM •
1 hour 12 minutes
Today's guest is Charles Eisenstein. He is the author of Yoga of Eating and several other books. We talk about how to properly use willpower; why diets don't work; sacred foods; why it is essential for us to learn to trust ourselves when it comes to making food choices; how bringing our diets and our food into alignment with our needs can lead to even bigger changes in our lives. After the Bell, Alan Watts continues the discussion by talking about Man in Nature.
July 17, 2013 at 1:00AM •
1 hour 20 minutes
Today's guest is Dr. Paul Jaminet, co-author of Perfect Health Diet. We talk about traditional versus modern diets, weekly versus daily nutrition, the importance of circadian rhythms, the new Perfect Health Retreat in Austin, TX, the real-world results of people applying the Perfect Health Diet approach, and much more. Additional segments include Dr. Loren Cordain in a roundtable discussion with T. Colin Campbell and Jo Robinson discussing her new book 'Eating on the Wild Side' in an NPR interview.
July 10, 2013 at 5:00PM •
1 hour 24 minutes
In this episode we'll talk about many of the dietary and fitness experiments of Richard Nikoley with the man himself. Also, I have a new food documentary to bring to your attention, and After the Bell it's an excellent TED presentation by Dr. Peter Attia that may change the way you think about obesity and the solutions to obesity. Topics covered in the Nikoley interview include eating crickets, resistant starch, milk and kefir, Leangains, and much more.