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Angelo Coppola
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Human beings are not broken, by default.
Human beings are not broken, by default.

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I just published an article featuring four kitchen gadgets that could belong on your Christmas shopping list. We use these daily, or near daily, in our kitchen. My criteria for including them in the article were that they must: save money in the long-run, improve food preparation and flavor, be long lasting, and be something I would replace without question. Check out my reviews.

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Glenn Whitney and Darryl Edwards join your host, Angelo Coppola, to discuss News & Views. Stories include: how screens act as sedatives for children; the latest trends in obesity in the US; a recent study about Paleo and heart disease; and the evolution of risk in dogs and wolves. The Moment of Paleo segment offers ideas about the folly of seeking chronic motivation. After the Bell features a recent presentation by Stephan Guyenet about the relevance of calorie intake.

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In this very special and personal episode of Latest in Paleo, you’ll be immersed into the story of two births, my children Lucy Namaste and Benjamin Forrest. This episode features actual audio recording from the NICU, operating room, and other intimate moments.

You’ll also catch previews of upcoming episodes featuring Dr. John McDougall, former pro soccer athlete Yuri Elkaim, Dan Pardi of Dan’s Plan, and author Clark Strand. So, join me at the crossroads and tune in to Episode 161.

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A recent study about the American diet reveals the surprising amounts of ultra-processed food we're eating. Also, 90% of the added sugar in our diets is coming from these ultra-processed foods. We also look at what processed food diets do to humans, animals, and even plants — yes, the crops we eat are mostly raised on junk food. Lots more, too: the 30x30 Nature Challenge, a new audiobook recommendation, thoughts on the real food movement, and an After the Bell segment featuring Mark Bittman presenting "What's Wrong with What we Eat?" Enjoy the show! #podcast   #health   #realfood   #news

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On today’s show, guest Tim Steele tells us how a short-term, all-potato diet can be used as a successful weight loss tool. In addition, you’ll learn about potato history, antinutrients, satiety, resistant starch, and more. Tim recently published a book, The Potato Diet: Weight Loss Simplified, and it is available on Amazon in print and kindle formats. There is also a Michael Pollan documentary recommendation (one you may have missed) and in the After the Bell segment, we’ll hear more about all-potato diets.

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On this episode, I discuss my recent 5-day fast: how it went, what I learned, and whether I’ll be doing it again. In the News & Views segment, we discuss a CNN article about fasting and longevity as well as a NY Times article that indicates intermittent fasting is becoming more widely accepted. You’ll learn about a 450-lb man who did not eat food for over a year and reduced his body to a normal size. In the Moment of Paleo, I offer some ideas about when less is more. And After the Bell features a Dr. Jason Fung presentation about fasting as an important health tool. Enjoy the show!

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A review of the cancer data has Canada changing its guidelines on colon cancer screenings, while in other cancer news a study has the medical community asking if living with cancer can be better for patients than curing it. Also in the News & Views segment, Whole Foods changes it's mind about replacing natures packaging for oranges. Also, a new study looks at how mimicking a Paleolithic lifestyle—in the woods with no shelter—might affect metabolic health. In the Moment of Paleo the topic is 'waiting'...is it really so bad? Today's documentary & book recommendations and After the Bell segment are each about ultra hikes along mega trails. Enjoy the show!

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On this episode, we look at recent research regarding dietary fiber that point to benefits for health and appetite control. One study suggests the lack of gut microbiome diversity seen in people with low-fiber diets is passed down to future generations. And finally, is  fiber hype entering fad territory or is it legit? Then, we look at why a Cochrane Collaboration co-founder says the pharmaceutical industry fits the definition for organized crime. It’s a must-listen segment.

Also this week, we feature a "Human Movement Update" after the looking at which exercises are most effective for the brain. The "Documentary Recommendation," "Moment of Paleo," and "After the Bell" segments all relate to The Overview Effect; how seeing things from a higher level can drastically change our thinking. 

Enjoy the show!

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Today’s show starts with recommendations for Michael Pollan’s latest documentary and a new audiobook. In the News & Views segment: the broken calorie; underarm deodorant, the skin microbiome, and how we were convinced that we smell bad in the first place; also, the top 20 perils facing America…100 years ago. In the Shinrin-yoku Update, the Every Kid in a Park program is explained. The Moment of Paleo segment explores why you aren’t—and shouldn’t expect to be—the average. After the Bell we have two great pieces: Trail Angel Ponytail Paul followed by a talk by 91-year old legendary coach John Wooden.

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I'll be attending this year. Here are some of my favorite videos from past symposiums.
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