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Paleo Magazine Radio

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Paleo Magazine Radio brings you Paleo nutrition, exercise, and lifestyle perspectives from both the experts and the everyday. PMR is brought to you by Paleo Magazine, the only print magazine dedicated to the Paleo lifestyle, and is hosted by Ashleigh VanHouten.

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PMR #278: Are you Hangry? Sarah Fragoso can help
On today’s podcast, we have an amazing guest with us, one whom I can hardly believe hasn’t been on before! She is Sarah Fragoso: author, coach and the brilliant mind behind the Everyday Paleo book series. Sarah has been an influential person in the paleo and health and wellness scene for a long time and she’s just co-authored a new book, Hangry, that outlines five practices to balance your hormones and improve the overall quality of your life, including aspects such as self-care, mindfulness, and self-talk. On this episode she shares her experiences growing up with a mom who struggled with health issues, the problems she herself experienced later in life and what she did when her strict exercise and diet routine stopped working and nearly pushed her to a breaking point. She discusses the process of learning that health is fluid and that, as our bodies and circumstances change, our dietary and exercise needs also change and why it is so vital to maintaining a position of openness and acceptance on this journey. Be sure to join in for this special episode! CLICK HERE FOR FULL TRANSCRIPT Also, remember to check out our awesome show sponsor too! Joovv makes red light therapy lamps and products that have been proven to increase relaxation, improve sleep, reduce skin problems and much more. Use the code “paleomag” on Joovv.com/paleomag and receive a free gift!   Key Points From This Episode: Growing up as an active, athletic child and “stumbling” into the health and fitness industry. Having a better understanding of the health issues her mom used to suffer from. How a chance meeting with Robb Wolf got her to start exercising and eating better. When her diet and exercise routine stopped working and pushed her to a breaking point. Moving away from dogma and realizing that health is fluid. Learning to listen to your body instead of blaming yourself and over-restricting your routine.  The importance of processing negative emotions rather than suppressing them. The courage required to face unpleasant feelings in a world that keeps distracting us. More about the five habits outlined in Hangry and the challenging process of writing. The hormonal hierarchy and the monumental challenge of stress management. Learning acceptance and working through uncomfortable phases. Tips for self-care practices: incorporating daily mantras and breathing exercises. Remaining in an attitude of openness toward the outcomes of events in our lives. Animal fats, a low inflammatory diet and the impact that it has on our hormones. Testing for food sensitivities and paying attention to stress and sleep deprivation. Having a balanced approach and striving for consistency rather than perfection.  And much more!   Tweetables: “I felt so much better like within weeks, I was a new person and it was one of those things like so many people’s stories that you hear on the Internet now where when you start to actually feel better, you want to share your journey.” — @TheSarahFragoso [0:09:25.1] “I really think it’s why so many diets fail is because they’re done in this punishing, self-deprecating sort of way versus what can I do that’s so super nourishing for me?” — @TheSarahFragoso [0:15:33.1] “So the whole concept of the book when it comes to the nutrition suggestions is to definitely start with more of a low inflammatory diet, right? Because inflammation is the great hormone mess maker.” — @TheSarahFragoso [0:40:02.1]   Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode: Sarah Fragoso — https://sarahfragoso.com/ Sarah Fragoso on Instagram — https://www.instagram.com/sarah_fragoso/ Dr. Brooke on Instagram — https://www.instagram.com/betterbydrbrooke/ Joovv — https://joovv.com/paleomag PMR Episode 271 — https://paleomagazine.com/pmr-271-what-is-light-therapy-and-how-does-it-work-a-conversation-with-joovv-founder-scott-nelson/ Ben Greenfield — https://bengreenfieldfitness.com/ Dr. Sarah Ballantyne — https://www.thepaleomom.com/about/about-sarah/ Hangry on Amazon — https://www.amazon.com/Hangry-Hormones-Including-Customizable-Mediterranean/dp/1250189845 Little House on the Prairie — https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0071007/ The Paleo Solution on Amazon — https://www.amazon.com/Paleo-Solution-Original-Human-Diet/dp/0982565844 Robb Wolf — https://robbwolf.com/ Nicki Violetti on Twitter — https://twitter.com/nickivioletti?lang=en Tara Brach — https://www.tarabrach.com/ Byron Katie — https://thework.com/ Sarah and Dr. Brooke — https://sarahanddrbrooke.com/ Mark Sisson — https://www.marksdailyapple.com/   This episode is sponsored by Joovv! Joovv makes red light therapy lamps and products that have been proven to increase relaxation, improve sleep, reduce skin problems and much more. Use the code “paleomag” on Joovv.com/paleomag and receive a free gift!   SHARE YOUR LOVE FOR PMR AND YOU CAN ENTER TO WIN SOME GREAT PALEO SWAG! It's easy, simply post a review of PMR on iTunes and fill out our quick Registration Form and you'll be entered to win your choice of 4 great books and a Paleo Magazine vinyl decal! One winner will be randomly chosen each week.  
PMR #277: Choosing the Best Olive Oil
In this short and sweet episode, we are exploring the idea of selecting the best olive oil, the episode is based on an article from Paleo Magazine and appeared recently in the print edition. We look at the health benefits, both common and lesser-known and give a few comparisons between different types of oils and fats. The studies show how much more healthy extra virgin olive oil is than other cooking or edible oils and we explain exactly why. The article covers cooking, the effects of heat, storage and ways to spot the good stuff when you are purchasing! CLICK HERE FOR FULL TRANSCRIPT Don't forget to go check out our great show sponsors, Jones Dairy Farm for your meat fix, visit them at https://www.jonesdairyfarm.com/paleo for more information or look for their products in your local supermarket. For all this and more, join us today!   Key Points From This Episode: The well-documented health benefits of good quality olive oil. Health differences between extra virgin, refined, butter and low fat. Cooking with olive oil and the effect of heat on the oil's composition. How to go about choosing the best olive oil when shopping. Best practices with your olive oil for storing and usage. And much more!      Tweetables: “Across the board, the research shows that even with a fair amount of heat exposure, extra virgin olive out resists oxidation better than many other cooking oils.” — @paleomagazine [0:07:08.3]   “Choose oil no older than 12 to 18 months. Always choose oils in dark glass bottles never plastic or clear ones.” — @paleomagazine [0:07:54.9] Links Mentioned in This Episode:  Jones Dairy Farm — https://www.jonesdairyfarm.com/paleo Aurelius Food Co — https://aureliusfoodco.com/ Pique Tea — https://www.piquetea.com/   This episode is sponsored by Jones Dairy Farm. Check out their great selection of certified-Paleo breakfast sausages, smoked meats, and bacon. . SHARE YOUR LOVE FOR PMR AND YOU CAN ENTER TO WIN SOME GREAT PALEO SWAG! It's easy, simply post a review of PMR on iTunes and fill out our quick Registration Form and you'll be entered to win your choice of 4 great books and a Paleo Magazine vinyl decal! One winner will be randomly chosen each week.  
PMR #276: Is a Carnivore Diet the Cure for What's Ailing You? A Discussion with Dr. Paul Saladino
Today on Paleo Magazine Radio we are very happy to welcome Dr. Paul Saladino! Dr. Saladino is a confirmed and staunch carnivore subscriber and advocate, believing after much experimentation and self-discovery that a meat-based diet is the most healthy way for humans to eat. Paul has his own show called the Functional Health Podcast and is currently writing a book called The Carnivore Code about his ideas on nutrition. We start off our discussion with his earlier years, traveling, searching and finding ways to live that were more healthy and fulfilling. We discuss this year's KetoCon, where we recorded this episode and some of the things that Dr. Saladino found a bit troubling about it before we get into the carnivore diet and its relationship to the keto and Paleo diets. Paul unpacks his experiences hunting and how transformative it was for him to kill a deer before talking about functional medicine and the problems with treating symptoms instead of causes. We also get into the nutrition of meat diets, the nose to tail way of eating and more! Be sure to check out our great new show sponsor! Joovv makes red light therapy lamps and products that have been proven to increase relaxation, improve sleep, reduce skin problems, and more. Use the code PALEOMAG on joovv.com/paleomag and receive a free gift! CLICK HERE FOR FULL TRANSCRIPT Key Points From This Episode: Dr. Saladino's thoughts on, and experience at, KetoCon this year.  The evolution of diets, from Paleo to keto to carnivore.  Dr. Saladino's journey to functional medicine and the role played by adventures in nature.  Hunting a deer and reconnecting with ancestral roots of killing animals.  Spending three months hiking the Pacific Crest trail, fresh out of college.  The different dietary phases that Dr. Saladino has gone through in his life up to now.  Changing the medical model to treatment of root causes instead of symptoms.  Different exercise methods and interests as a way to keep moving and learning.  Consuming the whole animal, just like our stone-age ancestors did! Fueling the vehicle after it's built and fat as the optimum form of gas.  Structure, tracking, and maintaining the right ratios on a carnivore diet.   Animal fats, organs, and the nose to tail approach to consumption of animals. How Paul is currently splitting his time between his many commitments.  And much more! Tweetables “I think a lot of the keto world is going to 1,700 varieties of keto cookies and that bugs me.” — @MdSaladino [0:05:48.3] “I was curious about how to get food out there. How the heck am I supposed to get food in the woods all the time or if I’m climbing mountains.” — @MdSaladino [0:12:18.4] “There’s a lot of propaganda out there in my opinion, there’s a lot of people selling ideas that sound good on the surface and they can come twist the data.” — @MdSaladino [0:26:01.8] Links Mentioned in This Episode:  Joovv — https://joovv.compaleomag Dr. Paul Saladino — https://www.paulsaladinomd.com/ Dr. Paul Saladino on Instagram — https://www.instagram.com/paulsaladinomd/ Dr. Paul Saladino on Twitter — https://twitter.com/mdsaladino Fundamental Health Podcast — https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fundamental-health-with-paul-saladino-md/id1461771083 University of Arizona — https://www.arizona.edu/ University of Washington — https://www.washington.edu/ Institute for Functional Medicine — https://www.ifm.org/ KetoCon — https://www.ketocon.org/ Episode 271 — https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-celiac-maniac-show/paleo-magazine-radio/e/62216854 Ben Greenfield — https://bengreenfieldfitness.com/ Dr. Sarah Ballantine — https://www.thepaleomom.com/about/about-sarah/ Paleo f(x) — https://www.paleofx.com/ Ben Pakulski — https://www.mi40nation.com/ Chewonki Foundation — https://chewonki.org/ The China Study — https://www.wellandgood.com/good-food/china-study-cheat-sheet-10-things-you-need-to-know/ Dr. Ken Berry — https://www.kendberrymd.com/ Jeff Bland — https://jeffreybland.com/ Robb Wolf — https://robbwolf.com/ Shawn Baker — https://www.shawn-baker.com/ Mark Sisson — https://www.marksdailyapple.com/    This episode is sponsored by Joovv. Check out their red light therapy lamps and products that have been proven to increase relaxation, improve sleep, reduce skin problems, and more. Use the code PALEOMAG on joovv.com/paleomag and receive a free gift! . SHARE YOUR LOVE FOR PMR AND YOU CAN ENTER TO WIN SOME GREAT PALEO SWAG! It's easy, simply post a review of PMR on iTunes and fill out our quick Registration Form and you'll be entered to win your choice of 4 great books and a Paleo Magazine vinyl decal! One winner will be randomly chosen each week.  
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Started
Jan 12th, 2016
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Aug 20th, 2019
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