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Throughout my training and practice as a physician I have come to one very disappointing conclusion: Western medicine isn’t helping people lead better lives. Now that I’ve realized this, I’ve become obsessed with understanding what makes us healthy or ill. I want to live the best life I can and I want to be able to share this knowledge with others so that they can do the same. This podcast is the result of my relentless search to understand the roots of chronic disease. If you want to know how to live the most radical life possible I hope you’ll join me on this journey.
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Chances are you or someone you know has had trouble conceiving… Over the last few decades, rates of both female and male infertility are rising at a striking pace… What’s causing this and how do we correct it?  Find out in this week’s episode of Controversial Thoughts, available everywhere! And join us @heartandsoilsupplements this month for our 30 day #AnimalBased challenge, at #AnimalBased30.com. This is what #theremembering is all about!
Christopher’s work has been translated into over twenty languages, and featured just about everywhere, including Netflix, HBO, MSNBC, Fox News, CNN, NPR, The New York Times, The Times of London, Playboy, The Washington Post, Time, Newsweek, National Geographic, and The Atlantic. Chris has been a featured speaker at TED, SXSW, The Festival of Dangerous Ideas at the Sydney Opera House, the Portland Comedy Festival, the Einstein Forum in Pottsdam, Germany, and is a frequent guest on The Joe Rogan Experience, the Duncan Trussell Family Hour and many other podcasts. He’s provided expert testimony in a Canadian constitutional hearing, won a coveted AVN award (best non-sex performance, Marriage 2.0) and appeared in dozens of documentary films and television shows. Time Stamps:  0:10:09 - Podcast begins 0:10:29 - The story of Bryan Stevenson 0:14:34 - It is easy to become blind to how unhappy we have become in our modern world 0:19:29 - Charles Darwin, oceanic explorers, and how it applies to our modern world 0:21:09 - Most people prefer to live the indigenous, uncivilized life 0:29:09 - The Hadza did not want to change the way they were living 0:31:54 - The uncivilized life isn’t necessarily easy, but it seems “right” 0:35:24 - When the information that supports your view is easy to accept, and information that challenges your view is difficult to accept 0:39:39 - We are addicted to "modern day drugs” 0:41:54 - Animals in a zoo are told how lucky they are to be in a zoo 0:45:54 - We have demonized nature as a modern society 0:48:34 - Body contact and sexual exploration and repression results in less violence 0:51:29 - The story of how Chris Ryan met Jeff Leach and shifting our microbiomes 0:57:04 - Recommending a corn flakes diet to decrease sexual desires in humans 1:02:09 - Most chronic disease and violence began with our beginning of agriculture 1:05:09 - Our ancestors were always armed with weapons in some form or another 1:07:39 - Most researchers haven’t actually spent time with hunter gatherer tribes that they write and talk about 1:14:39 - How humans are like grasshoppers; consuming and destroying everything in our environment 1:22:29 - The Indian-mango trap: a metaphor for our civilization 1:31:19 - Rats living in an unnatural environment made unnatural choices; rats that live in a natural environment made natural choices 1:35:19 - Question for Chris Ryan: how do we create a natural environment for ourselves and move forward to find happiness and health? 1:43:09 - What is the most radical thing Chris Ryan has done recently? 1:45:19 - Wrapping up with Chris Ryan Episode Sponsors: Heart & Soil: www.heartandsoil.co White Oak Pastures: Whiteoakpastures.com, use CarnivoreMD for 10% off your first order Sacred Hunting: www.sacredhunting.com/Paul for $250 off your hunt! Lets Get Checked: 20% off your order at www.TRYLGC.com/carnivoremd   
The weight loss paradigm is all wrong! Rather than focusing on weight loss to “get healthy” (and simply limiting calories without any change in food quality, aka weight watchers), you should be improving the quality of your foods to get healthy with weight loss following naturally.  Listen to this week’s edition of Controversial Thoughts for my breakdown of how I think you should be eating in order to achieve health and weight loss, simultaneously.  And join us this month for the #AnimalBased30 by signing up at AnimalBased30.com to start your journey to #RadicalHealth! #theremembering
Dr. Will Cole, leading functional-medicine expert, consults people around the world via webcam and locally in Pittsburgh. He specializes in clinically investigating underlying factors of chronic disease and customizing health programs for thyroid issues, autoimmune conditions, hormonal dysfunctions, digestive disorders, and brain problems. Time stamps:  0:11:35 - Podcast begins 0:12:30 - What is "intuitive eating?" 0:16:05 - Fasting is a byproduct of metabolic flexibility 0:17:55 - Fasting is built into who we are genetically 0:20:35 - The Hadza had long periods during the day without food 0:22:15 - Islamic fasting leads to an increased abundance of Akkermansi muciniphila and bacteroides fragilis group: a preliminary study on intermittent fasting 0:24:20 - Most people think they need to put more into their gut in order to heal 0:28:05 - The world is begging for a "pause" 0:29:45 - The effects of daily fasting hours on shaping gut microbiota in mice 0:30:00 - Restructuring of the Gut Microbiome by Intermittent Fasting Prevents Retinopathy and Prolongs Survival in db/db Mice 0:31:15 - Features of a successful therapeutic fast of 382 days' duration 0:32:00 - Betahydroxybutarate is a signaling molucule that helps lower inflammation 0:34:40 - There should be a balance when we fast, because and we can go too far with anything 0:39:30 - What serves you now might not serve you in the future 0:40:45 - What is "clean carb cycling" and how we can implement it 0:41:50 - What are the best carbs to incorprate in our diets? 0:44:20 - What are your thoughts on fructose? 0:46:15 - All sugar is not created equal 0:47:34 - Effects of Intermittent Fasting on Health, Aging, and Disease 0:50:35 - DNA repair with intermittent fasting 0:52:05 - Macro and eating-window variability is a great idea for humans 0:55:00 - Is there evidence that fasting helps with visceral fat reduction? 0:55:50 - Probability of an Obese Person Attaining Normal Body Weigh: Cohor Study Using Electronic Health Records 0:59:35 - Our body is more of a chemistry lab, rather than a calculator 1:04:10 - What are some things we should look out for when we begin our intermittent fasting journey? Sponsors: Heart & Soil: www.heartandsoil.co White Oak Pastures: Whiteoakpastures.com, use CarnivoreMD for 10% off your first order Belcampo: Belcampo.com, use CarnivoreMD for 10% of your first order Helix Mattress: www.Helix Sleep.com/carnivore md for $200 off Joovv: www.joovv.com/paul
Do you drink San Pellegrino? Gerolsteiner? Tap water? Do you know what’s in your water?  You need to listen to this podcast!  This was a fun rabbit hole to go down after one of my clients brought the possibility of Uranium in mineral waters to my attention.  Guess what?  San P, and Gerolsteiner have a significant amount of this element= no bueno. But the story gets even more complex when we try to find water that doesn’t have a ton of toxins, yet retains the beneficial components of mineral water (minerals like silica, which may actually be at the root of longevity benefits observed in the Blue Zones by preventing aluminum toxicity)... Check out this video to get my take on how to find the best water source possible and get one step closer to #RadicalHealth.  Welcome to #theremembering. 
Joel Fuhrman, M.D. is a board-certified family physician, seven-time New York Times best-selling author and internationally recognized expert on nutrition and natural healing. He specializes in preventing and reversing disease through nutritional methods. Dr. Fuhrman is the President of the Nutritional Research Foundation and on the faculty of Northern Arizona University, Health Sciences division.  Time stamps:  0:10:39 Podcast begins 0:11:54 Dr. Joel Fuhrman's story 0:17:39 Question for Dr. Joel Fuhrman: what do you believe causes chronic disease in humans? 0:24:19 Why I have a problem with epidemiological studies 0:28:59 Question for Dr. Joel Fuhrman: can you present an interventional study that shows an increased consumption of meat in the human diet resulted in negative outcomes? 0:31:29 Increased lean red meat intake does not elevate markers of oxidative stress and inflammation in humans 0:33:39 Dr. Joel Fuhrman's stance on epidemiological studies 0:39:54 Meat intake and cause-specific mortality: a pooled analysis of Asian prospective cohort studies 0:40:39 Possible protective effect of milk, meat, and fish for cerebrovascular disease mortality in Japan 0:41:29 Beef tallow increases apoptosis and decreases aberrant crypt foci formation relative to soybean oil in rat colon 0:42:59 Effects of plant and animal high protein diets on immune-inflammatory biomarkers: a 6-week intervention trial 0:44:34 Isocaloric diets high in animal or plant protein reduce liver fat and inflammation in individuals with type 2 diabetes 0:46:09 Dr. Joel Fuhrman's response: The effect of high salt consumption in Asian populations and how this affects the results in Asian studies 0:54:19 Dr. Joel Fuhrman: Keto diets are okay short term, but dangerous long term 0:55:44 Dr. Joel Fuhrman: "A 15-year study shows those who eat more meat have increased risk of cancer and death" source of this study was not presented 0:57:44 My response: there are no interventional studies that show meat in replace of plant proteins show a decrease in health outcomes in humans 1:00:29 Health promoting phytonutrients are higher in grass-fed meat and milk 1:04:39 Comparative fracture risk in vegetarians and nonvegetarians in EPIC-Oxford study 1:05:04 Partial replacement of animal proteins with plant proteins for 12 weeks accelerates bone turnover amount in healthy adults 1:05:59 Food processing and emotion regulation in vegetarians and omnivores 1:07:29 Evidence for dietary change but not landscape use in South African early hominins 1:08:54 We cannot blame meat for what the bread, cookies, and seed oils have done 1:10:29 Dr. Joel Fuhrman: as you raise animal products and grains in the human diet, you cause damage to health 1:13:14 Dr. Joel Fuhrman agrees that the vegan diet can be deficient in essential minerals for humans, and may require supplementation 1:14:54 Dr. Joel Fuhrman: large amounts of animal products in the human diet will decrease the amounts of protective plant products one will consume 1:17:09 Dr. Joel Fuhrman: our digestive and evolutionary biology depends on large amounts of plant consumption in our diets 1:17:49 All hunter-gatherer tribes have much greater health span when compared to westernized societies and live just as long as us 1:20:24 Dr. Joel Fuhrman: we must use long-term studies that collaborate the short-term studies 1:21:19 I disagree that epidemiological studies are the gold standard for nutritional research 1:22:24 Human evolution is the best long term nutrional study that we have 1:25:24 Why the blue zone data is flawed 1:26:24 Food intake diet and sperm characteristics in a blue zone: Loma Linda zone 1:27:17 Lifestyle and reduced mortality among active California Mormons 1:28:14 Sociodemographic and lifestyle statistics of oldest old people (>80 years) living in Iklaria Island: The Ikaria study 1:28:39 Nutrition for the Japanese elderly (study) 1:30:44 The relationship between peripheral blood mononuclear cells telomere length and diet - unexpected effect of red meat 1:31:39 Dr. Joel Fuhrman: I am worried that excess meat consumption can be damaging to humans 1:33:59 Question for Dr. Joel Fuhrman: are you willing to share your blood work and underlying markers? 1:35:34 Closing thoughts with Dr. Joel Fuhrman 1:36:09 Pieces to the puzzle we didn't get to in this podcast Sponsors: Heart & Soil: www.heartandsoil.co White Oak Pastures: www.Whiteoakpastures.com, use CarnivoreMD for 10% off your first order Belcampo: www.Belcampo.com, use CarnivoreMD for 10% of your first order BluBlox: www.Blublox.com, use CarnivoreMD for 15% your order Let’s Get Checked: www.trylgc.com/paul for 20% off your order
Acne, eczema, psoriasis, vitiligo, all have their roots in inflammation and inappropriate immune system activation, but they are rarely discussed in the context of food… And yet the foods you eat are very likely to be triggering your skin issues!  In this Controversial Thoughts video, I begin to look at just a bit of the research regarding this and discuss a few very interesting studies in dogs looking at standard diet (much the like the standard American diet) vs a species-appropriate diet… Guess what? When dogs are fed a diet that’s what they are actually supposed to be eating, their skin conditions, inflammation markers, and genetic markers get much better! Imagine that…🤯 You mean feeding animals (or humans) garbage food could cause chronic illness, and returning them to a truly appropriate diet could correct this? 😜 Yup! I believe strongly that the same is true for humans, and have seen this countless times in patients, and from those in the #AnimalBased community.  What if you don’t need those super expensive rinses and skincare products… What if you just need to return to eating a “species-appropriate diet”, aka an #Animalbased diet and your skin issues will improve?  I’m betting they will!  #Radicalhealth is your birthright! This is what #TheRemembering is all about.
20 years ago, Dr. Gundry decided to prevent health issues. He retired as a cardiologist to teach patients how to eat, guiding them on how to get ahead of the problem, not fixing it after the fact. He shifted towards a more proactive approach to health through food and diet changes. Dr. Gundry has successfully treated tens of thousands of patients suffering from autoimmune disorders, diabetes, leaky gut syndrome, heart disease, and neurodegenerative diseases with a protocol that detoxes the cells, repairs the gut, and nourishes the body. He is also host of The Dr. Gundry Podcast.    Time Stamps: 0:10:19 - Podcast Begins 0:11:26 - Plants don't want to be eaten 0:16:59 - How does Dr. Steven Gundry's research on the Hadza compare to my experience? 0:21:39 - Do the Hadza eat 150+ grams of fiber per day? 0:25:04 - The Hadza consume a significant amount of calories from fructose 0:27:49 - Was meat consumption the reason humans grew such big brains? 0:33:24 - The different ways we generate excess hydrogen sulfide https://cpncampus.com/biblioteca/files/original/68df10b582353aff269c5c5ad221f8d8.pdf 0:37:15 - Effect of feeding a high fat diet on hydrogen sulfide metabolism in the mouse https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S1089860314000226?via%3Dihub 0:39:19 - Different ways humans can generate butyric acid 0:40:49 - Not eating fiber is an option for those who can't tolerate it 0:45:26 - Will you become constipated on a keto or carnivore diet? https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3435786/ 0:49:59 - What happens in our bodies when we eat fructose? https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3533803/ 0:55:09 - Is fructose a scare for metabolicly healthy individuals? https://www.researchgate.net/publication/318344371_Efficacy_of_nutritional_interventions_to_lower_circulating_ceramides_in_young_adults_FRUVEDomic_pilot_study 1:01:44 - How do we really become insulin resistant? https://www.cell.com/trends/endocrinology-metabolism/fulltext/S1043-2760(17)30130-3?_returnURL=https%3A%2F%2Flinkinghub.elsevier.com%2Fretrieve%2Fpii%2FS1043276017301303%3Fshowall%3Dtrue 1:04:04 - Closing thoughts with Dr. Steven Gundry 1:06:14 - Pistachios have melatonin.. but they also have lectins https://www.academia.edu/20821261/Proteomic_and_immunological_characterization_of_a_new_food_allergen_from_hazelnut_Corylus_avellana_ 1:07:39 - Interesting article on Ramadan fasting https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6924600/ 1:08:19 - Intermittent fasting is probably beneficial for humans https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-020-14676-4 1:09:19 - Article: The Role of Ceramides in Insulin Resistance https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fendo.2019.00577/full 1:10:19 - Closing thoughts on today's podcast Sponsors: Heart & Soil: www.heartandsoil.co Cinder: cindergrill.com/pages/carnivoremd for $50 off your order Let’s Get Checked: trylgc.com/paul for 20% off your order Thanks to Let's Get Checked for sponsoring this episode.  White Oak Pastures: Whiteoakpastures.com, use CarnivoreMD for 10% off your first order Belcampo: Belcampo.com, use CarnivoreMD for 10% of your first order
I said COVID twice in the title, and vaccine once. I’m pretty sure this video will get censored!    Vaccine thoughts: Apparent benefits but many have side effects with the second dose.    I hope it’s safe for the sake of my parents...   I won’t get it because I’ve already had COVID, it was mild, and I am metabolically healthy…   Here’s hoping there’s not a vaccine mandate. I think that’s a bad idea…   Long COVID: Looks like dysautonomia, could there be an underlying immune component? I think so…    Autoimmune illnesses often respond to dietary changes like removing the most triggering foods… #theremembering
You live in a zoo… Don’t believe me? Look around you… Synthetic food, separation from nature-> chronic disease rates skyrocketing, rates of obesity, depression and general unhappiness rising rapidly… The same things happen to wild animals when they are placed into zoos!  In this week’s podcast (Fundamental Health, available on Apple Podcasts, YouTube) @dranthonygustin and I dive back into our Africa adventures with some of the last hunter-gatherers left on the planet, the Hadza. This is part 2 of this series, check out part 1 from two weeks ago… In this episode we also answer your questions about the Hadza and fill in all the gaps from our first episode about our adventures with them. #theremembering Time stamps: 0:10:49 Podcast Begins 0:12:39 Urban living in healthy Tanzanians is associated with an inflammatory status driven by dietary and metabolic changes https://www.nature.com/articles/s41590-021-00867-8#:~:text=In%20a%20cohort%20of%20323,metabolites%20accounting%20for%20these%20differences. 0:13:56 Misinformation in modern papers on the Hadza | Cancel culture in the scientific community 0:26:49 Eat what is easily edible in nature 0:29:46 And now a word from Big Honey 0:31:07 Natural Honey Lowers Plasma Glucose, C-Reactive Protein, Homocysteine, and Blood Lipids in Healthy, Diabetic, and Hyperlipidemic Subjects: Comparison with Dextrose and Sucrose https://www.liebertpub.com/doi/abs/10.1089/109662004322984789 0:40:25 To be wild is to be healthy | How to rewild 0:47:32 What do the Hadza do to be happy? 0:49:43 Happiness is humanity's default 0:53:53 How did the Hadza sleep? 0:58:03 Surfing in Costa Rica 1:01:24 The remarkable patience of the Hadza 1:00:53 Do the Hadza operate in hierarchy? 1:13:13 An interesting theory on eating local, seasonal food 1:18:05 Prey Size Decline as a Unifying Ecological Selecting Agent in Pleistocene Human Evolution https://www.mdpi.com/2571-550X/4/1/7/htm 1:19:19 The evolution of the human trophic level during the Pleistocene https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ajpa.24247 1:19:44 Too smart for our own good | Refining away our last source of real food 1:23:54 The hygiene of the Hadza 1:26:35 How to find your true love 1:30:47 Marriage and sexuality 1:37:49 Gender roles of the Hadza 1:39:47 Some thoughts on human customs 1:43:31 Education of the hadza 1:50:52 More on the eating habits of the Hadza 1:53:17 The Hadza's medicine 1:54:49 Oral health 1:57:49 What kind of movement do the Hadza engage in? 2:03:17 What was the scariest part of the trip? 2:04:58 The Nicoya region of Costa Rica: a high longevity island for elderly males https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4241350/ 2:04:59 The truth about the blue zones 2:13:13 Hunter-gatherers live as long as we do   Sponsors: Heart & Soil: www.heartandsoil.co White Oak Pastures: www.whiteoakpastures.com Use CarnivoreMD for 10% off your first order Belcampo: www.belcampo.com, use CarnivoreMD for 20% off your order Helix Mattress: www.Helixsleep.com.carnivoremd for $200 off BluBlox: www.blublox.com. CarnivoreMD for 15%
Oooo guys! This is a good one, and it’s going to ruffle some keto-feathers…   There is a tendency within nutritional circles to fall prey to reductionist thinking…   We know sugar is bad, right? Therefore any foods (not matter how evolutionarily consistent) that contain sucrose, or the evil-fructose are bad for you, too, right?   Not so fast seabass!    These apparent evolutionary inconsistencies have always puzzled me and caused me to wonder about how foods like honey or fruit might be different than pure sucrose, or if your body’s response to fructose might be dependent on the food it’s in…   Imagine that! Food might actually be more complex than just calories, and macronutrients…   It might actually have different effects on your body when it’s a “whole” food like honey, or even sea salt vs refined sodium chloride…   Check out this week’s edition of Controversial Thoughts to journey with me down all of these rabbit holes…   I bet you will be surprised at what we find! Welcome to #theremembering 
This is the third AMA podcast I’ve done and it was a fun one!  Time stamps with questions I answer in this one are below. If you have questions for future AMAs send them to radicalhealth@heartandsoil.co!    Time Stamps:  0:11:08 Ask Me Anything! 0:13:21 What are the best labs to get done? 0:21:49 How do we most effectively share the animal-based lifestyle with friends and family? 0:24:34 Is a plant-based diet more financially sustainable than an animal-based diet? 0:27:03 Zach Bush, Tetrahydrate, and eating dirt 0:32:49 The Scoop on Candida 0:39:15 Natural Honey Lowers Plasma Glucose, C-Reactive Protein, Homocysteine, and Blood Lipids in Healthy, Diabetic, and Hyperlipidemic Subjects: Comparison with Dextrose and Sucrose https://www.liebertpub.com/doi/10.1089/109662004322984789?url_ver=Z39.88-2003&rfr_id=ori%3Arid%3Acrossref.org&rfr_dat=cr_pub++0pubmed& 0:39:15 Why honey is different than other carbs 0:42:35 Paleoanthropology and the origins of modern disease Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3fewDdSUSwg 0:42:35 Why were the ancient Egyptians so unhealthy? 0:46:30 Nutrition and health in agriculturalists and hunter-gatherers https://www.proteinpower.com/nutrition-and-health-in-agriculturalists-and-hunter-gatherers/ 0:48:55 Earliest evidence for caries and exploitation of starchy plant foods in Pleistocene hunter-gatherers from Morocco https://www.pnas.org/content/111/3/954 0:58:53 Are peptide supplements legit? 1:03:23 Diet of ancient Egyptians inferred from stable isotope systematics https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0305440314000843 1:03:42 Reconstructing Ancient Egyptian Diet through Bone Elemental Analysis Using LIBS (Qubbet el Hawa Cemetery) https://www.hindawi.com/journals/bmri/2015/281056/ 1:04:38 Evidence for dietary change but not landscape use in South African early hominins https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/22878716/ 1:05:10 Stable isotopes reveal patterns of diet and mobility in the last Neandertals and first modern humans in Europe https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-019-41033-3 1:05:50 The lowdown on sulforaphane 1:07:20 Concentrations of thiocyanate and goitrin in human plasma, their precursor concentrations in brassica vegetables, and associated potential risk for hypothyroidism https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/26946249/ 1:08:22 Sulforaphane Induces Oxidative Stress and Death by p53-Independent Mechanism: Implication of Impaired Glutathione Recycling https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3965485/ 1:14:10 Antioxidants in food: mere myth or magic medicine? https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/22059961/ 1:15:50 Is linoleic acid really proven to be unhealthy? 1:15:59 Minnesota coronary experiment Https://www.bmj.com/content/bmj/353/bmj.i1246.full.pdf 1:16:04 Sydney Diet Heart Study https://faseb.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1096/fasebj.27.1_supplement.127.4 1:16:25 A high linoleic acid diet increases oxidative stress in vivo and affects nitric oxide metabolism in humans https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/9844997/   -- Heart & Soil: Heartandsoil.co for grass-fed desiccated organ supplements White Oak: Use “CarnivoreMD” at whiteoakpastures.com Belcampo: Use “CarnivoreMD” or “Carnivore10” at www.belcampo.com Let’s Get Checked: www.trylgc.com/carnivoremd Cinder: cindergrill.com/pages/carnivoremd
Short answer: yes!   Just because your blood calcium levels are within normal doesn’t mean you don’t need calcium in your diet.   How can you get this? If you tolerate dairy that’s a good option, but for most, I believe calcium from bones as MCHA (microcrystalline hydroxyapatite) is the best option.    That’s why we made our Bone Matrix supplement at Heart & Soil.     In this video, I discuss evidence for benefits of MCHA, if you should worry about calcium and heart attacks, and a bunch more.    Do you have a calcium source in your diet? If not, you need to check out this video and get your learn on!   For those wondering, the Hadza do eat the ends of bones from birds and small animals like Galagos, as well as breaking bones open to suck out the marrow.  #theremembering   -- Heart & Soil: http://heartandsoil.co
I’m back from Africa - what a trip it was!  I got to spend multiple days hunting, eating, living, dancing, and adventuring with the Hadza of Tanzania… In this week’s podcast episode (Fundamental Health, available at heartandsoil.co, Apple podcasts, and YouTube), @dranthonygustin and I sat down to answer many of your questions about our trip and share some of our biggest takeaways…  We discuss how the Hadza eat, what they don’t eat, how healthy they are, how happy they are, salt?, hunting, eating baboon, and a ton more… I talked about my takeaways from this trip in this week's newsletter - If you didn't get it, you’re missing out! Join the tribe at heartandsoil.co!    Timestamps: 0:09:35 Paul's baboon brainy beard 0:12:49 The "Why" behind the trip 0:17:40 You can't believe everything you read 0:23:54 Bush berries are no joke! 0:27:33 Why do the Hadza hunt baboons | The government restrictions on the Hadza 0:39:39 Tubers as Fallback Foods and Their Impact on Hadza Hunter-Gatherers https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/ajpa.21040 0:39:44 The world's foremost meat enthusiasts 0:47:54 What about prions? 0:50:20 Are we westerners just pansies? 1:00:32 The Hadza's secret to happiness 1:13:02 Physical activity patterns and biomarkers of cardiovascular disease risk in hunter-gatherers Https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1002/ajhb.22919 1:19:24 Hunter-gatherers as models in public health Https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/obr.12785 1:20:09 It's not all about diet - The healing power of nature 1:29:58 Gender roles and family life of the Hadza 1:36:38 The immense contentment of the Hadza 1:39:50 Why do the Hadza choose their way of life? 1:50:15 The life expectancy of Hunter-gatherers - The Blue Zones are a myth! 1:59:40 Chronic illness always comes back to seed oils 2:06:54 Why did the Hadza have brown teeth? 2:07:56 The effects of excessive fluoride intake https://ajph.aphapublications.org/doi/pdf/10.2105/AJPH.57.4.651   Heart & Soil: Heartandsoil.co for grass-fed desiccated organ supplements White Oak: Use “CarnivoreMD” at whiteoakpastures.com Belcampo: Use “CarnivoreMD” or “Carnivore10” at www.belcampo.comBlublox: Blublox.com, use “CarnivoreMD” for 15% off  Joovv: www.joovv.com/paul
It’s good to be back in the US. My trip to Tanzania to hunt with the Hadza was amazing, and the meals I shared with them were incredible… The meat we had hunted in the bush earlier that day, along with honey and baobab we had found along the way- truly radical… Ironically, It was much harder to always get good food in “civilization” and this was the hardest part of the trip… In this edition of Controversial Thoughts, I share a bit about these struggles and the “creep” of processed foods into our food supply, making it difficult to obtain really good food unless we are very intentional about what we are eating! #theremembering If you’re not subscribed to my newsletter, you are missing out! Head to heartandsoil.co to join the tribe and get all of my thoughts about my trip, the latest science, and things I think are cool!
Mansal Denton "Little Beaver" is the founder of Sacred Hunting, host of the Mansal Denton Podcast, and the subject of an upcoming documentary BELOW THE DROP exploring our relationship to life and death through hunting.  Feeling insecure in early life, he chased a woman to Europe, which led him to prison. Struggling with shame and confusion of what it meant to be a man, he found his calling with the sacred art of hunting. He now desires to share this practice with more men. His indigenous name comes from a Crow Sun Dance chief. His spiritual lineage is derived from 6 years of mentorship from a Muskogee/Creek medicine man named Will "Star Heart". Time Stamps: 0:09:23 Eating only what you kill 0:12:34 Being spiritually connected with your food 0:22:23 Hunting with the crow 0:28:51 Eating nose to tail | Comanche delicacies 0:40:41 Staying true to your values and lifestyle 0:45:41 Psychedelics! 0:58:56 Hunting in Texas 1:02:46 Remembering your connection with the earth 1:04:39 Food fairytales 1:11:50 Where to find Mansal https://www.choosecandor.com/about-us/ 1:14:48 Masal's TSA-approved mule-deer heart   Heart & Soil: Heartandsoil.co for grass-fed desiccated organ supplements White Oak: Use “CarnivoreMD” at whiteoakpastures.com Belcampo: Use “CarnivoreMD” or “Carnivore10” at www.belcampo.comHelix: Helixsleep.com/carnivoremd for $200 off your mattressSacred Hunting: www.sacredhunting.com/Paul for $250 off your hunt!
Dr. Steven Lin is a world leading functional dentist, TEDx speaker and author of the International #1 Amazon Best Selling Book, The Dental Diet. As a passionate preventative, whole health-advocate, Dr. Lin focuses on the understanding of dental disease through nutritional principles. His work has highlighted that crooked teeth and the orthodontia epidemic are diet based problems and the need for public health policy to prevent braces in the next generation of children. Timestamps: 0:08:13 How did Marilyn Monroe eat? 0:12:26 The Story of Weston A. Price 0:16:41 What’s at the core of all healthy diets? 0:18:51 Where do bioavailable nutrients come from? 0:32:35 Losing your wisdom teeth is not normal 0:35:01 How to make healthy babies 0:42:08 We need a root-cause paradigm 0:50:05 Does sugar cause tooth decay? 0:54:45 Understanding the immune system of your teeth 0:59:30 Where did we go wrong? 1:03:30 Is it ever too late to embrace nutrient-dense diets? 1:06:40 What’s behind bad breath? 1:11:55 The root cause of bruxism (teeth grinding), sleep apnea, and more 1:16:26 The many wonders of the ancestral lifestyle 1:20:28 Debunking the ancestral life expectancy myth 1:23:24 The Dental Diet  https://www.drstevenlin.com/the-dental-diet/ Heart & Soil: Heartandsoil.co for grass-fed desiccated organ supplementsWhite Oak: Use “CarnivoreMD” at whiteoakpastures.comBelcampo: Use “CarnivoreMD” or “Carnivore10” at www.belcampo.com Blublox: Blublox.com, use “CarnivoreMD” for 15% offCinder: cindergrill.com/pages/carnivoremd
I thought it would be appropriate to do this week's Controversial Thoughts video on how I eat #AnimalBased while traveling... I brought all the necessities: stainless steel skillet, induction burner, a jar of liver (yes that is correct... Jar. Of. Liver.), and I've got a bunch of desiccated organ supplements from @heartandsoilsupplements for the rest of the trip including Beef Organs, Gut & Digestion, and Histamine & Immune... Africa, here I come! #theremembering
Dr. Josh Axe, founder of Ancient Nutrition and DrAxe.com, is a certified doctor of natural medicine (DNM), doctor of chiropractic (DC) and clinical nutritionist (CNS) with a passion to help people get healthy by empowering them to use nutrition to fuel their health. He is the bestselling author of KETO DIET, Eat Dirt, and COLLAGEN DIET, and author of the upcoming book Ancient Remedies (Feb 2). Dr. Axe founded the natural health website DrAxe.com, one of the top natural health website in the world today. Most recently, he launched his podcast, The Dr. Axe Show which features interviews with top health influencers such as Dr. Oz, The Skinny Confidential, Dr. Perlmutter, Dr. Will Cole & many more!  Time Stamps:  0:09:06 Podcast begins 0:10:06 Dr. Axe's Approach to Root Cause Medicine 0:16:49 Glandular Therapy in Traditional Chinese Medicine 0:27:23 How medications deplete your body of vital nutrients 0:31:24 Everyone on the planet should be eating organs 0:37:32 Herbs are medicine, not food and not supplements 0:42:42 One man's food is another man's poison 0:50:38 Josh's take on the carnivore diet 0:53:14 The center of every healthy diet 0:55:48 The mysteries of seasonal eating | What Josh's diet looks like 1:00:21 Where to find Dr. Josh Axe -- Heart & Soil: Heartandsoil.co for grass-fed desiccated organ supplements  White Oak: Use “CarnivoreMD” at whiteoakpastures.com Belcampo: Use “CarnivoreMD” or “Carnivore10” at www.belcampo.com Sacred Hunting: www.sacredhunting.com/Paul for $250 off your hunt!
I got COVID, and it’s been very mild.  I believe this is because I am metabolically healthy and the data supports this conclusion. And yet, the media isn’t speaking about this. Madness!
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Mixed martial

paul still believes in contagion what a schill

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Jane Nls

I do have respect for these two doctors way of debate. politicians take note.

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Bill Kersey

love the show notes!

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Abio Genesis

+ brilliant

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Abio Genesis

+ power point

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Nathan Phua

8:55 Why WHO thinks red meat causes cancer

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Mixed martial

give credit to aajanous frank tufano and derek nance

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Mixed martial

give credit to aajanous frank tufano and derek nance

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Sean O'Sullivan

Who are these non human zebra hunters he's talking about?

Aug 11th
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Zen Xavier

Hello Dr. Paul, I’m an Environmental Science major in Canada, living two hours outside of Elk Island National Park, which at one time housed all remaining bison in North America. Part of our studies includes rotational grazing practices and regenerative agriculture, and I just wanted to commend you on your passion of bringing this information to the world. As someone who has all but eliminated the symptoms of Crohn’s Disease that I’ve battled for 15 years by following a carnivore diet, and also a student of science wishing to marry my own passion for sustainability and nutrition as a way to fix the woes of the world, I have a question I’ve been dying to ask you: What academic path would you recommend to an ambitious, passionate young scientist with one foot in environmental sustainability, and one foot in nutrition to maximize their impact on the world? Radically, Colbie “Zen” Grieve

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savagezen

What happens when PUFAs go up and saturated fat goes down? LDL drops, yes. NO CHANGE in cardiovascular events, yes. increase mortality, YES!

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Maria Stine

Vit D

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