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Ask Me Anything: Simple Snack Strategy, Cycling Foods & What I Really Think of Clif Bars
I can't believe how many people joined in to ask questions. I wasn’t able to get to all of them during the livestream, so afterwards I answered a few more which you’ll be able to hear today as we get this kicked off.
James Swanwick: How to Sleep Better & Take a Break from Alcohol
If you want good health, you've got to get your sleep nailed down. Artificial lights from your phone, tablet or computer can mess with sleep, as can drinking alcohol. Today's guest was more of a social drinker who decided to take a break from alcohol, and then life got a lot more interesting.
Dr. Caroline Leaf: How to Handle Toxic Stress & Harness the Power of the Placebo Effect
In these crazy times when we’re more technologically connected than ever, many of us can’t help but feel separated and somewhat detached. To help us rise above the madness of today's world, we're here with Dr. Caroline Leaf.
Dr. Terry Wahls: Recovering from Progressive Multiple Sclerosis with Food as Medicine
Though she is at the forefront of functional medicine, what sets Dr. Wahls apart is her experience using nutrition and lifestyle interventions to treat progressive health problems and heal her own MS, and later that of others.
Bradley Bleasdale: How The Ridiculous Raw Milk Controversy Ruined Our Food Freedom
Did you know that selling raw milk is illegal in 18 U.S. states? Much of the food our grandparents took for granted is now banned in what we call the land of the free. The argument? That processed food is much healthier and safer.
Akshay Nanavati: Fearvana, One Trick To Break Any Habit & Why He’s Running Across the World
Be honest now, how many times have you avoided doing something because you were afraid? Right now, Akshay is in the middle of a self-imposed challenge to run from border-to-border of every country in the world, and today he's here to show us what we're really capable of as human beings.
Dr. David Perlmutter: Grain Brain, Keto Diet Mistakes & How to Get Stem Cell Therapy for Free
It really seems like Western medicine is completely devoid of common sense. Why is that? Well to help us figure it out, today we're here with one of the very best doctors I know, a renowned neurologist, Dr. David Perlmutter.
Dr. Alan Christianson: Metabolism Reset, Liver Health & Why You Can’t Hack a Garden
Can dieting cause you to gain weight, instead of lose it? It happens sometimes. We seem to be living in a world where each day seems to bring new science that cancels out all past assessments. Well, returning to the show this week to help us figure it all out is Dr. Alan Christianson.
James Clear: How to Detox from Junk News, Internet Haters & Information Overload
In this age of information overload, your life can be filled with irrelevant or unnecessary information in an instant. And that just clouds your mind for the rest of the day. Returning to the show to help us simplify our lives at a very opportune time as we get this new year off to a fresh start, we're here with Mr. James Clear.
Andrew “Spudfit” Taylor: How to Conquer Food Addiction & What Happens When You Eat Nothing But Potatoes
Today's guest is a former junior Australian champion marathon kayaker, and also a high school P.E. teacher who embarked upon a quest to overcome food addiction, anxiety, and depression by eating only potatoes for an entire year.
Nora Gedgaudas: Primal Body Primal Mind, EMF Pollution & Living with Wild Wolves
What can living with wild wolves teach us about how to eat and live as humans? Well today, believe it or not, we're here with a remarkable woman who actually lived amongst wild wolves in the Arctic Circle.
Max Lugavere: How Fasting Affects Brain Health & The Dangers of Air Pollution
When was the last time you checked how safe your air is? One of the most concerning things about breathing polluted air, is that it not only shaves years off of our lives, but it also decreases cognitive performance and actually makes us less intelligent.
Livestream Q&A: How To Burn Fat During the Holidays, Sleep Well & Accidentally Write a Book
You're about to hear my take on beer, wine and alcohol (especially during the holidays), overeating issues, what to do when you see all the sweets at parties this time of year, how to accidentally write a book, censorship on social media, and even the future of virtual reality.
Eliza Kingsford: Food Addiction, Eating Disorders & Why The Average American Woman Tries 61 Different Diets
Did you know that on average American women try 61 different diets over the course of their lives? Taking current trends into account, it's predicted that by the year 2030, 85% of Americans will be overweight. To help us sort it all out, we're here today with Eliza Kingsford.
JP Sears: Being Ultra Spiritual, How Social Media Controls You & Awakening to Ayahuasca Abuse
Does being ripped and having a six-pack automatically make you more spiritual? JP Sears is a comedian, satirist, YouTuber, emotional healing coach and now the author of How to Be Ultra Spiritual: 12 1/2 Steps to Spiritual Superiority.
Ryan Lee: Healing Autoimmune Disorder with Real Food & How the Health Industry REALLY Works
Have you ever thought about why health trends come and go? Today we're here with Mr. Ryan Lee, an author, health entrepreneur, and father of four. Ryan is going to give us an insane inside peek into how the health industry actually works in the age of the internet and social media.
Arthur Haines: Risks of Drinking Tap Water & How to be a Creator Instead of a Consumer
For a lot of the health nuts out there it's easy to obsess about nutrition, but how many people are really paying attention to what's in the water they drink? Returning to the show today is one of my favorite guests, a wild man himself, Mr. Arthur Haines.
Livestream Q&A: Kettlebells, Carbs & What I Really Think of the Carnivore Diet
What’s the biologically appropriate diet for human? Can you chow down on steak every meal, and expect to get results? In this particular Q&A session, I answer your questions about kettlebells, good sources of carbs, protein powders, the carnivore diet and much more.
Mike Salguero: Grass-Fed Beef vs Feedlot Beef & What to Look Out For When Choosing Your Meats
Why is it so difficult to find high-quality, pasture-raised meats these days? It seems like we're years into the natural-organic-pasture-raised health craze, yet it's still a pain to find grass-fed barbecue and meats from healthy animals in general.
Shaun T: Twinsanity, How to Deal with Social Media Trolls, and… Brain Implants?
Now that we all carry cameras in our pockets, it can feel like we're in the spotlight pretty much all the time, especially considering the new pressures of social media. And with that comes public scrutiny, and the dreaded trolls. Shaun T is back on the show and he's got one critical piece of advice that I think will really help you out.
Gary Collins: The Dangers of Social Media & How to Live Off-The-Grid Like a Modern Nomad
Gary teaches people like you and me to break free of conventional wisdom to practice true health, freedom and self reliance. If you feel overwhelmed by bills, debt, or even social media, this episode is definitely for you.
Livestream Q&A: Big Keto Mistakes, How Tech is Hurting You & Drinking Beer on the Wild Diet
Can good productivity habits contribute to other good habits, like eating well and getting outdoors? Today, we have a special Q&A bonus episode where I’ll be sharing one of my favorite tools that has helped me since I was an overachieving pre-teen, and continues to pay big dividends in productivity and in art to this day.
Dr. Michael Ruscio: How to Dodge Keto Hype and Upgrade Gut Health with Probiotics, Prebiotics & Real Food
Did you know your gut is responsible for producing about 90% of your serotonin? There’s a lot going on in that gut of yours, and today we're here with Dr. Michael Ruscio talking about the link between your gut, your body, and your brain
Don Saladino: How to Spot Fake Experts, Using Tech for Good & How A-List Celebs Train in Real Life
What do Ryan Reynolds, Hugh Jackman and Scarlett Johansson all have in common? We’re here with Don Saladino, one of the most in-demand and respected trainers in Hollywood, and he's going to spill the beans on topics that will definitely raise some eyebrows.
Dr. Mark Hyman: What to Do about Fake Foods, Nutrient Deficiencies & Pesticides
Did you know that up to 90% of Americans are not getting enough of the nutrients that are critical for healthy functioning? To help us sort it all out, we're here with Dr. Mark Hyman, a functional medicine practitioner.
Noelle Tarr & Stefani Ruper: Coconuts and Kettlebells, Big Problems with Keto & The Special K Diet
Were our childhood heroes, like He-Man and Captain Planet, jacked up on steroids? If you’ve ever suffered from body image issues, disordered eating or even exercising too much, this episode is for you.
William Shewfelt: How The Red Power Ranger Gets Shredded (Down to 3.8% Body Fat)
What would it be like to get down to 3.8% body fat? Today's guest stars as the red Power Ranger on Nickelodeon's "Power Rangers Ninja Steel" and he's going to tell you exactly how he gets shredded for acting roles.
Chaz Branham: Ketosis, Carb Backloading, and Bodybuilding
Can you compete in a bodybuilding competition using ketosis and carb backloading? Chaz Branham entered the Texas Shredder Classic, his first bodybuilding competition, on a dare—and did ridiculously well by using a fat-based approach.
Dr David Perlmutter: Grain Brain, Eating Fat Makes You Smart, and Why (Brain) Size Matters
Dr. Perlmutter is a board-certified neurologist and author of #1 New York Times bestseller, Grain Brain. In this interview, he's going to tell you 2 things you can do right now to actually regrow your own brain cells.
Cliff Hodges: Wilderness Survival and How to Prepare for the Zombie Apocalypse
We’re on the show with Cliff Hodges, wilderness survival educator, founder of Adventure Out, and former host of NatGeo’s Remote Survival. You know the old question, “Who would you want to be stranded on a desert island with?” My answer—Cliff Hodges. Why Because he will keep me alive.
Jill Miller: How to Improve Recovery, Self-Abdominal Massage, & Why She Meditates Upside-Down
Jill Miller, author of The Roll Model, is totally off her rocker. Get ready - you’re about to learn a ton about your body, your gut, and... balls. If you’ve got creaky bones, or you want to improve your performance, or maybe you just want some ironing out like me, this show is for you.
Alyson Rose: Fasting for Women, Pro Video Gaming, and Why Burst Training Rules
Before Alyson became captain of the wild kitchen, she was a professional video gamer travelling all around North America and worldwide for competitions. Now, she takes the energy she spent getting people addicted to video games to helping people realize a healthier lifestyle through incredibly delicious food.
Diane Sanfilippo of Balanced Bites on Ditching Dogma, Practical Paleo, & the 21-Day Sugar Detox
In today’s show, Diane Sanfilippo and I cover how to eliminate sugar cravings in 3 weeks, adrenal fatigue, fitness tips for women, why our great-grandmothers didn’t need nutrition lessons, and tons more…
Shaun T: My Diet Is Better Than Yours, Butter in His Coffee, & Why He Married a Cartoon
Shaun T has a HUGE heart. I think he’s one of the most inspirational people in fitness. He truly cares about people and can help you achieve more than you ever thought possible. And he also gives epic bro hugs.
Dr. Terry Wahls: The Wahls Protocol, How to Reverse MS & When to Question Your Doctor
This show features the incredibly inspiring story of Dr. Terry Wahls, a clinical professor of medicine, author, and living testament to the power of healing your body with real food. A few years ago, Terry was sentenced to a tilt-recline wheelchair with progressive Multiple Sclerosis. Today, she bikes to work, speaks all over the country, and teaches others to reverse degenerative conditions.
Jim Kwik: 10 Simple Tricks To Boost Brain Power & Upgrade Your Memory
This show is with a personal friend of mine who I think has the best name ever for a brain and learning expert-- Jim Kwik! We'll be talking about how you can tune up your brain, on the spot, in real time... and what it was like to hang with the entire cast of X-Men.
Karly Pitman: Sugar Cravings, Eating Disorders, & How to Avoid Cookies in the Conference Room
In today's show, we chat about how to confront and defuse rabid sugar cravings, what to do when you encounter a cookie in the conference room, how to come to terms with a history of eating disorders and body image issues, and the no willpower way to build impulse control.
Dr. Andrew Miles: Why We Binge on Junk (and What To Do About It)
Why do we eat when we’re not hungry? Today we’re here with Andrew Miles, award-winning doctor of oriental medicine, whose work connects traditional Chinese medicine, Western science and the future of healing.
Joshua Weissman: Slim Palate, How to Lose 100 Pounds at 17, & Why Quitting Soda is So Dang Hard
We're here this week with one of our show-listeners, 18 year-old Joshua Weissman. Joshua is the foodie behind the delicious Paleo recipes at the blog Slim Palate and today we talk about how he lost over 100 pounds as a 17 year old!
Ron Finley: The Gangsta Gardener On How to Change a Kid’s Life with A Tomato
Can a tomato change a child’s life? “Yes,” says artist and designer Ron Finley, also known as the Gangsta Gardener. Ron planted a curbside garden in the strip of soil in front of his house in LA. The city tried to shut it down. So Ron accidentally started a revolution.
Dr. David Perlmutter: Intermittent Fasting, Epigenetics & What Sugar Really Does To Your Brain
Do you know what sugar really does to your brain? In this week's show with returning guest Dr. David Perlmutter, learn how food changes your genetic code, what sugar does to your brain, and how to maintain health as you age.
The Low-Histamine Chef: Histamine Intolerance, How to Identify Problem Foods, and The Power Of Mindful Eating
Yasmina Ykelenstam worked as a journalist for CNN and BBC, diving right into combat zones and even getting shot at in a helicopter. But we're talking about the other thing that almost killed her - her diet. Learn about the hidden epidemic of histamine intolerance...
Amy Myers: Autoimmunity, Thyroid Issues, and How to Heal Your Adrenals
We’re on the show today with Dr. Amy Myers, MD, New York Times bestselling author of The Autoimmune Solution and a leader in Functional Medicine. On this show, we dig into the causes, prevention, and healing of autoimmune issues that you might not even realize you have—but suffer with every day!
Drew Manning: Why He Gained (and Lost) 75 Pounds, Feeding Your Kids, & Intermittent Fasting
Have you ever heard of a trainer gaining 75 pounds on purpose? Drew Manning, author of bestseller Fit2Fat2Fit is here sharing his incredible experience gaining 75 pounds of flab in 6 months and then dropping it all.
Dr. Robynne Chutkan: Rewilding Your Microbiome, How to Recover from Antibiotics & High Octane Poop
Did you know that even occasional use of antibiotics, hand sanitizers, and other germ-killers can wreak havoc on your long-term health? This week, we’re here with Dr. Robynne Chutkan, a leading expert in the world of gut health.
Dr. Justin Marchegiani: Tom Brady’s Diet, How to Slow Aging & Fine-Tune Your Carbs
Our guest today is my friend and functional medicine practitioner, Dr. Justin Marchegiani. He experienced the shortcomings of conventional medicine first hand, beginning with his career in the surgical ward assisting with limb amputations.
Kyle Brown: How Pro’s Make Weight, The Ethics of Doping, & How NOT to Look Like Bob Saget
On this show with celebrity fitness and nutrition coach, Kyle Brown, we’ll peek into the Hollywood and elite training circles to explore doping, water-loading, and how pros really prepare for the camera.
Summer Bock: New Year’s Resolutions, Cleanses, Probiotics & The Golden Poo
We’re here with a master fermentationist, avid outdoorswoman, and good friend, Summer Bock. You’re going to learn how to upgrade your gut health with probiotics, how to properly complete a cleanse, and I’ll even share a few tips to help you with your New Year’s Resolutions.
George Bryant: Food as Medicine, How to Bring Love into Your Kitchen & Paleo’s Best Recipes
Today we have a special episode with my good friend and bestselling Paleo author and Crossfit beast, George Bryant. He’s a former marine who struggled with weight and an eating disorder for twelve years before turning to the kitchen for salvation.
Sarah Fragoso: Carb-Cycling, Weight-Lifting for Women, and How to Feed Kids Fast
While we might know how to eat right and exercise, why is it so dang hard to actually DO it? Today we’re here with Sarah Fragoso, the bestselling author of 6 books, world-traveler, and mother of 3 who might have the answer.
Marc David: The Psychology of Eating, Why Calories-in-Calories-Out is Wrong, & The Importance of Pleasure
On this show with Marc David, you’re about to learn why the “calories in, calories out” model of weight loss is wrong, how your thoughts impact your nutritional metabolism, what to do before you eat your next meal.
UJ Ramdas: The Science of Gratitude, Goal-Setting & How to Hack Your Happiness
Today's episode is with my good friend, UJ Ramdas, the co-creator of the Five Minute Journal. On this show, we’ll share little changes you can make in your life that add up to massive long-term results.
Chelsey Luger: Working Out with Rocks, Indigenous Food, & How to Play Double-Ball
Fitness trainer and holistic wellness advocate Chelsey Luger teaches the indigenous traditions that once kept tribal people in optimal health… but which have been replaced by packaged foods and cheap beer over the last century.
Loretta Breuning: How to Reprogram Your Brain, Quit Smoking & Make Peace with Your Inner Beast
Do you ever feel like there’s a wild animal lurking somewhere inside you? If you’ve ever been derailed by your inner monkey, this show is for you. You'll learn how to quite bad habits and reprogram negative thought patterns, why we're always thinking about food, and tons more.
Dr. Noah Kaufman: How to Train Like a Ninja Warrior (Even If You’re Over 40)
Dr. Noah Kaufman, the Ninjadoc, stars on the hit TV show American Ninja Warrior. He's going to tell us what it's like to compete on the world's hardest obstacle courses—and how regular people can get off the couch and start climbing, too.
Can programing your day like an NFL pro help you reach your goals? Niyi Sobo is a former NFL running back for the New Orleans Saints. After he hung up his cleats, though, he had to create a new career.
Kat & Brent: Rock Star Couple Drops 80+ Pounds “Without Working Out”
Just 12 months after watching our TV show on ABC, Kat has shed 40 pounds, and Brent is down 47... without working out. Sounds wacky, but you’re about to learn why focusing on food and lifestyle can work so well.
Jay Cardiello: Why The Best Trainers Secretly Want to Be Fired
Back on the show this week is my friend, coach and ABC TV Co-Star, Jay Cardiello. Jay has coached pro athletes in the NFL and MLB... and he’s also trained A-List celebs including Jennifer Lopez, Ryan Seacrest and 50 Cent (no big deal).
Jack Peters: 9-Year-Old Whiz Kid Explains How Sports Make Us Smarter
You’re about to hear from a remarkable 9 year old who I met at a book signing last spring who made me feel a heck of a lot better. This fourth-grader not only read all the way through my book, The Wild Diet, but also shared a story I won’t forget.
Dr. William Davis: Undoctored, Why Health Care Stinks & Playing Xbox on a Bicycle
Health care is a weird scene at best, and a misnomer at worst. Another good excuse to eat your vegetables ladies and gentlemen. But never fear, today's guest, mega-bestselling author and cardiologist, Dr. William Davis, is here to help us figure it all out.
Vinnie Tortorich: Prince, Road Food & The Tapeworm Diet
Returning to the show this week, our guest Vinnie Tortorich, will give us a behind-the-scenes look at what really goes on in the broadcasting world, and how the life of a celebrity is often not what it seems.
Srini Pillay: Play for a Living and “Dabble” Your Way to Success
There are surprising benefits to getting your creative juices flowing, and today we’re here with returning guest, Dr. Srini Pillay, to dig into the inner workings of the mind and how to use tinkering to improve all areas of your life.
Dr. Terry Wahls: How to Defy Your Diagnosis and Reverse Autoimmune Disease
We’re here today with a remarkable woman and friend, Dr. Terry Wahls. She teaches others how to heal conditions commonly considered to be untreatable with cutting-edge science and a healthy dollop of good old common sense.
Matt Riemann: 3D Printed Burgers, Epigenetics & The Future of Health
It’s ironic. We’re overloaded with “health and fitness” technology, but our collective health is worse than ever. Learn why all that is about to change on this show with Matt Riemann, a social entrepreneur in personalized health.
My guest this week, Jeff Chilton, will teach you to spot the difference between the real thing and a well-marketed, pricey placebo in a bottle and he’ll be talking about how medicinal mushrooms can improve your health and performance.
John Gray, PhD: How to Boost Testosterone & Keep Yourself out of the Dog House
Our guest this week is Dr. John Gray, author of the mega-bestseller Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus. In today’s episode, John will tell us how we can bring passion back to our relationships by restoring our hormonal balance.
Danny Dreyer: ChiRunning, Ultra-Marathons & How to Run Without Your Legs
Returning to Fat-Burning Man this week is my running mentor, Danny Dreyer. Learn how to "run without your legs” and harness the principles of Tai Chi to increase your running efficiency, endurance, and speed.
Mark Divine: Mental Toughness, Yoga for Guys & Why Stress is a Choice
This week we have a fan-favorite with retired Navy SEAL commander and New York Times bestselling author, Mark Divine. Mark takes his deep training and expertise as a Navy SEAL and applies it to business, mental toughness, and living a better life.
Chris Kresser: Why It’s OK to Eat Ice Cream Sometimes
This week’s guest is a fellow podcaster, myth-buster, and wellness warrior, Chris Kresser. Chris is the author of the New York Times bestseller The Paleo Cure and host of the Revolution Health Radio podcast.
Gray Graham has been an international consultant and teacher in the field of clinical nutrition for twenty years and Gray is also the lead author of the book Pottenger’s Prophecy, and an expert in epigenetics.
Mark Dhamma: Why Fruit Juice is Fattening & The Truth about Fitness Models
We're here with Mark Dhamma, a former fitness model who now coaches celebrities, executives, and athletes to optimize their health and mindset. Learn why you don't need willpower to change your habits, how to tap into the power of your unconscious mind, and tons more.
Kenny & Roy: Wild Dessert Parties, Working out With Kids, & Recess for Grown-Ups
Roy Maynor and Kenny Stanford are two fathers and best friends who found a way to bring the play back into fitness. At their gym they created recess for grownups—an obstacle course training program that brings people together for health, fun, and dessert!
Noah St. John: Why Self-Help Backfires, Reprogramming Your Brain, & The Shower That Changed Everything
We’re here with bestselling author, Noah St. John, to help reprogram your brain’s natural instincts to make success a habit. No matter what you struggle with, this show will help you break through that plateau and level-up big time.
Ryan Hurst: How to Properly Squat, Build Functional Strength, & Finally Do a Backflip
If you want to be stronger, faster, and more energetic, this episode with Ryan Hurst is for you. Ryan is a black belt in Kendo, Judo, Shorinji, and Kempo and dedicates his life to teaching people how to move their bodies better.
Mary Shenouda: How to Eat More Fat, Dealing with Misdiagnosis, & WTF is Phat Fudge
This week’s guest, Mary Shenouda, The Paleo Chef, turned a misdiagnosis of cancer into a calling. She healed her laundry list of health problems with nutrition, and now she teaches professional athletes, celebrities, and other overachievers like us how to do the same.
Todd White: How to Drink Without a Hangover, Proper Dosage of Alcohol, & Biohacking Cocktails
If you want to know the truth about what’s hiding in our wine, beer, liquor, and other boozes, this show is for you. My friend (and wine guy), Todd White, is here to show us how to make hangovers a thing of the past.
Arthur Haines: The Benefits of Wild Foods, How to Wildcraft Medicine, & What Bear Tastes Like
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to get your food for free... from the woods? How about your medicine? Meet my friend, Arthur. Arthur Haines is an expert in wild foods, plant medicine, and living like our ancestors.
Dawn Jackson Blatner: Superfood Swap, Coaching Jasmin & Tequila Shots
Today we’re here with Dawn Jackson Blatner, co-star of ABC’s My Diet Is Better Than Yours, author, and creator of The Superfood Swap. We’re pulling back the curtain to show you what happened behind the scenes of the show - you’re going to dig this one.
Drew Canole: Fat-Storing Fruit, The Ketogenic Diet & Eating to Boost Energy
Today we’re here with Drew Canole, founder of FitLife.TV. On this show, you’re going to learn why eating fruit in the morning might backfire, what happened when Drew tried a ketogenic diet, and why people who eat green vegetables look so dang good.
Gretchen Rubin: Why Low Carb Diets Work, Habit Hacking & Why You Should Get a Puppy
Today’s show is with the bestselling author, Gretchen Rubin. You may have seen her on Oprah or listened to her hit podcast, The Happiness Project. On the show, you’ll learn why low carb diets work, simple tricks to be happier, and how to hack your habits to kick butt in health and life.
Dr. William Davis: Wheat Belly, Going Gluten-Free, & Why Grains Cause Heart Disease
After witnessing over 2,000 patients regain their health after giving up wheat, Dr. William Davis reached the disturbing conclusion that wheat is the single largest contributor to the nationwide obesity epidemic—and its elimination is key to dramatic weight loss and optimal health.
Denise Minger: Raw Vegan Vs. Paleo, Ditching Dietary Dogma, and How to Spot a Fraud
In this episode with Denise Minger you’re going to learn why conventional wisdom about nutrition is hogwash, why some women gain weight on the Paleo Diet, and how to spot a fraud in the nutrition world.
Steve Kamb: How to Party without Getting Fat, Yoga for Nerds & Beating Your Personal Bests
We’re here with one of my greatest allies in the fitness world, Mr. Steve Kamb, the raving lunatic behind Nerd Fitness. Among other things, we’re talking about how to beat your personal bests, how to be smart about drinking booze, and why it’s important to party.
Denny Hemingson: How to Feel 15 Years Younger, Working Out with the Tim McGraw Band & Swamp Thing
In this show, you'll learn how Denny lost 46 pounds while on tour with Tim McGraw, quick tricks to eat clean on the road, how to get a high-intensity workout in a parking lot, how to reduce anxiety and stress with meditation, and more.
CJ Hunt: The Perfect Human Diet, The Evolution of Paleo, & Why You Shouldn’t Trust the News
This week we’re here with CJ Hunt, the man behind the hit documentary, The Perfect Human Diet. Among other things, you’re going to learn why you should NOT get your health information from the news, how the media machine tries to confuse us, and why eating marrow and brains is good for you.
Tawnee Prazak: High Fat Endurance Training, Keto-Adaptation, & The Danger of Being Too Lean
This week’s show is with Tawnee Prazak, a holistic endurance coach who specializes in optimizing your health and your performance at the same time. You’re about to learn how to become fat-adapted for endurance sports, how to reduce cortisol and avoid overtraining, and how stress affects your health.
Dr. Tom O’Bryan: How to Avoid Hidden Gluten, Autoimmune Disease, & Healing Leaky Gut
This week we’re here with my friend Dr. Tom O’Bryan, and among other things, you’re going to learn about hidden sources of gluten in your diet, autoimmune disease, and how to properly order at a restaurant without sacrificing your health.
Jimmy Moore: The Ketogenic Cookbook, Electrolytes on Keto & How Many Carbs Are Right for You
This week, we’re hanging out with Jimmy Moore talking about losing over 100 pounds by eating almost 100% fat. For those of you who are interested in ketosis—and I know that’s a lot of you given the questions I’ve been getting from you lately—don’t miss this one.
Gunnar Lovelace: Thrive Market, Eating on a Budget, & How to Hack Sleep When You’re Stressed
This week’s show is with Gunnar Lovelace, the CEO of the online shopping club Thrive Market. Like many listeners and readers, Gunnar is a productivity beast, sometimes working 18 hours a day leading one of the hottest health companies of 2015.
Jackie Warner: Why Exercise is Like a Drug, Fat-Burning Foods, and the Key to Anti-Aging
Jackie Warner is a celebrity trainer best known as the star of Bravo’s “Thintervention” and “Workout.” Her new book, Why You’re Sick and Tired, is taking the health community by storm. You don’t want to miss this one—we’re digging into the food industry, talking about alcohol, and getting the low-down on how to stay young!
Nicolas Cole: The Truth about Fitness Models, Celiac Disease, & Tips for Hard-Gainers
Nicolas Cole went from a scrawny, unhealthy, 100-pound teen struggling with Celiac disease to a jacked 170-lbs physique model. Nicolas has been on the show before, and he’s back answering your questions about the ever elusive subject: how to gain muscle mass eating clean, Paleo, and Wild foods.
Kevin Gianni: Vegans vs. Meat-Eaters, Hidden Lead in Health Food, & The All-Yogurt Diet
After years of research, Kevin and his wife Annmarie were surprised and horrified about the harmful chemicals that are added into most skin care products-- and the negative effects they have in and on the body.
John Moody: Cutting Edge Sustainable Farming & The Destructive Power Of Food Marketing
John and his family live on a 35-acre sustainable farm, where they cultivate new methods to raise wholesome foods. He's a food rights advocate and educator, and he's got a lot of shocking information about how our food culture changed-- and how we can work to change it back!
John Kiefer: Trashing Paleo, Ketogenic Diet Mistakes, & Why It’s Good to Be Wrong
This week we have John Kiefer returning to the show. Brace yourself for this podcast, because Kiefer’s ruffling feathers-- especially in the Paleo community. He’s been trashing Paleo on his blog recently… hold on, you’ll find out why.
Dr. Perlmutter: Brain Maker, Fecal Transplants, and How to Heal Your Gut with Real Food
It’s my pleasure to have Dr. David Perlmutter on the show again-- the author of the number one book in America on brain health after being out for just six days on Amazon. His cutting-edge new book, Brain Maker, essentially validates Dr. Perlmutter’s other wildly popular book—Grain Brain.
Michelle Tam: How to Feed Your Kids, Hack The Night Shift, & Learn to Love Eating The Whole Animal
Michelle Tam of Nom Nom Paleo is awesome—so awesome, in fact, that she actually has her own action figure! It even comes with a little pan of fried eggs and bacon… It’s seriously the best thing I’ve ever seen. On this week's show we talk about how to feed your kids, hack the night shift, and learn to love eating the whole animal head to tail.
Dave Asprey: Problems With Ketosis, Getting Kids to Eat Healthy, and Carb Timing For Sustained Fat-Burning
In this week's episode we are joined by leader in the bio-hacking movement Dave Asprey. We’re digging into the problems with ketosis—and what to do about them. Plus, how to easily feed your kids properly (yes, kids can like sushi and sardines), and the trick to tackling food cravings. Join us to learn more...
Tucker Max: Increasing Your Charisma, Finding The Perfect Mate, and How Learning to Cook Will Transform Your Life
Tucker is the New York Times bestselling author of the somewhat controversial and always entertaining book, I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell—which sold over 2 million copies and made the New York Times Top 100 Most Influential Books list in 2009.
Tim Ferriss: What Ketosis Does to Your Brain, Why He’s Not Doing Crossfit, and How to “Evaluate” Your Husband
Tim Ferriss, the bestselling author of The 4-Hour Workweek, The 4-Hour Body, and The 4-Hour Chef returns to Fat-Burning Man this week to discuss what Ketosis does to your brain, why he's not doing crossfit, and how to "evaluate" your husband.
Danny Dreyer: Mindful Exercise, The Importance of Breathing, and Hitting Your Reset Button
Danny’s approach to training athletes does not involve pushing harder and harder until you reach a breaking point. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. Through Chi Running, Danny trains athletes to run and move in such a fluid way that you are going to go faster and further without hurting yourself. Listen in and learn if you have been exercising wrong!
The Wild Diet: Honor Your Natural Rhythms, Enjoy Real Food, and Reclaim Your Health
This is a special bonus episode of the Fat-Burning Man show. It’s just me with my book and a mic. Different, right? Here’s what’s up-- I’ve gotten a lot of questions recently from people who keep up with the blog and the show about what exactly is The Wild Diet. You just kind of want me to talk about it, and explain it, so I am!
Mark Divine: Beating Stress, Warriors Yoga and Getting Comfortable With Discomfort
The creator of SEALFIT and bestselling author, Mark Divine, is capable of nearly superhuman feats… and he’s here on the show with me today talking about some really deep stuff, including the difference between a Master and a thug and why it’s important to merge the heart and the mind into our actions.
Raw + Paleo For Your Dog, Why Cooking Can Change Your Perspective, And Using Food To Overcome Limiting Beliefs
George Bryant and I start out talking dog food, and end up figuring out the key to life. From the “doing” to the “being,” you don’t want to miss out on this talk with my good friend and partner in crime.
Vinnie Tortorich: The Truth About Ketosis, Health Podcasting And Why He Is So Darn Angry
Vinnie Tortorich is a piece of work. Always a lively and interesting conversation, this time we’re catching up about the world of health podcasting, new books, hiking 14 hours on bacon and eggs, and athletes who accomplish great feats while in ketosis.
I’m happy to say I'm finally back on the radar after a media hiatus (many months to finish the book, hang with family, record a new album in Nashville, travel the world, and live in the woods). This is the first new show in many months, and it’s a special episode with Dr. Alan Christianson. You’ll hear more about our adventures living off the grid in an upcoming episode - stay tuned.
Mark Sisson: The Primal Connection, Facebook, and Why You Should Play in the Dirt
Todays' show is with the bestselling author of The Primal Blueprint, creator of Mark's Daily Apple, and the Grokmeister himself, Mark Sisson. Since he last appeared on the show, Mark has published his follow-up to The Primal Blueprint, an excellent read entitled The Primal Connection.
Dave Asprey: Bulletproof Diet, Smart Drugs, and Guacamole
Today we have a throwback episode in preparation for the Bulletproof Conference this weekend in San Francisco. Back again is the king of biohacking, Dave Asprey, the Bulletproof Executive. Bulletproof coffee has blown up, Dave's churned out a few more books, been featured on CNN, and he's put together a biohacking conference in San Francisco.
Nina Teicholz: Our Country’s Sordid Relationship with Saturated Fats
Check out this week's episode with Nina Teicholz to find out the truth about our country’s misguided conception that eating delicious butter, beef, and cheese would make us fat and give us heart attacks.
Dr. Josh Axe: The Truth about Stevia and How to Eat for Performance
Do you want to lose weight, get healthy, improve your athletic performance, or need help healing from a chronic disease? On this week's Fat Burning Man Show, Dr. Josh Axe will give you three basic tips on how to achieve your goals using relaxation, diet, and exercise.
Michael Lovitch: Supplement Shams, The Dr. Oz Effect, & The Future of Custom Formulas
This week, Michael Lovitch joins me to talk about REAL supplements, how to avoid sham supplement companies, and much more. If you're interested in finding out more about who you can trust in the supplement industry, this episode will be right up your alley!
Daniel Vitalis: Rewilding, Domesticated Homsapians, & How Civilization Became a Feed Lot
If you’re sick of feeling tired, ill, fat, stressed, or disconnected, you may just need to get wild! My guest on this week’s Fat-Burning Man Show is health, nutrition, and personal development strategist Daniel Vitalis–and we’re learning how to live like real humans.
Dr. William Pawluk: Beat Electronic Pollution, The Power of Electromagnetic Healing, & How to Rebalance Your Brain
You may have seen Dr. Pawluk on the Dr. Oz show, or perhaps heard him on the radio. He’s an international expert in the use of electromagnetic fields for health and healing and a board certified physician.
Gary Collins: Ex-FDA Agent Exposes Overnight Health Experts & What’s Really in Your Supplements
Gary Collins was a special agent for the FDA. Now, he’s a ruthless consumer watchdog. In this week's episode, Gary pulls back the curtain and shares information that just may be keeping you from having a lean and healthy body...
Amy Clover: How Amy Beat Depression With A Dumbbell (and How You Can, Too)
In this week's podcast, you'll hear about Amy Clover's journey to better mental and physical health through food and exercise. This is a powerful story about a topic that concerns everyone, and I encourage everyone to listen in.
Kevin Johnson: Floating – Reboot Your Brain, Increase Creativity, and Explore Consciousness
In this weeks podcast, you'll hear about the myriad of ways that floating can beneficially change your brain and your body. If you're curious about floating, or don't know what it is, give this show a listen and see what it's all about!
The Wild Diet Success Story: The Tim McGraw Band Before and After
This week, we have an exciting episode with Denny Hemingson, lead guitarist from the Tim McGraw Band, to catch up again and see how a year of the Wild Diet has changed his life! We also got to meet up with the Band and see their pre-concert workout routines and what life on the road looks like for the fittest country band in the country. You'll even get to see Denny jamming with me at my place!
David Gottfried: The Explosion Green and Creating a Sustainable Home
David Gottfried is considered the father of the green movement, having founded the Green Building Council in 1993. You may have seen the “LEED” plaque on the side of a building? That’s the green rating system that David helped develop.
George Bryant: The Dirty Work of Creating a Cookbook, How to Bring Love Into Your Kitchen, & Paleo’s Best Recipes
George is the man behind the Civilized Cavemen Cooking blog, and has just released a brand new cookbook called Paleo Kitchen. In this week’s show George takes us behind the scenes and find out what it really takes to create a world-class cookbook…
Dr. Jeff Spencer: Fear is Your Friend, Why Recovery is Vital, & What All High Achievers Have in Common
As a former Olympian, team member of eight Tours de France, renowned chiropractor, international lecturer, and life coach to the Stars, Dr. Spencer knows what it takes to overcome obstacles, create and execute plans, and achieve stardom.
Liz Wolfe: Why Dieting Steals Happiness, The Challenges of Homesteading, & Thoughtful Omnivorism
Liz Wolfe is a nutritional therapy practitioner certified by the Nutritional Therapy Association, blogger at CaveGirlEats (now RealFoodLiz.com), and is the author of the new book, Eat the Yolks. She's also a real-food cook and amateur homesteader raising goats, chickens, and pigs.
Chris Masterjohn: Good Fats vs. Bad Fats, 3 Key Fat-Soluble Vitamins, & Why Some Inflammation is Good
Today's guest on The Fat-Burning Man Show is Chris Masterjohn. A self-proclaimed "recovering vegan," Chris has a h.D. in Nutritional Science and is a frequent contributor to the Weston A. Price Foundation journal, Wise Traditions. Chris is a sought-after nutrition expert and a seasoned researcher on the interactions between vitamins, essential fatty acids, and cholesterol.
Dr. Joel Fuhrman: How Diets can Hurt You, How to Live Longer, & Where Paleo is Wrong
My guest this week, Dr. Joel Fuhrman, is a family physician, NYTimes best-selling author, and nutritional researcher with a focus on reversing disease naturally using nourishing foods. More importantly, Dr. Fuhrman is a former professional figure skater! He was a guest on The Dr. Oz Show discussing his new book, The End of Dieting. When […]
My guest this week, Shawn Stevenson is a Professional Nutritionist specializing in biochemistry and kinesiology who reversed an incurable degenerative spinal disease, and shares his speed "shredding" secrets to lose body-fast as quickly as possible.
Dr. Janae Devika: Why Food Heals Better Than Drugs, and How to Trick Your Family Into Eating Veggies
On today's show, we have Dr. Janae Devika. Janae is a Family Nurse Practitioner whose main focus is integrative healing and medical nutrition. Practicing the healing arts for over 16 years, Janae is an experienced herbalist, massage therapist, health and wellness coach, and a holistic chef extraordinaire with her own cooking show!
Ari Meisel: The Art of Less Doing, How to Beat an Unbeatable Disease, and Why You Should Never Do an Errand Again
Today's Show is with Ari Meisel on the art of less doing, how to beat an unbeatable disease, and why you should never do an errand again. Suffering from seemingly incurable Crohn's disease, Ari took his health into his own hands...
Dr. Sara Gottfried: How to Hack Your Cortisol, When Low-Carb Can Make You Fat and Hormone Mastery
On today's Fat-Burning Man Show, we have a returning guest expert Dr. Sara Gottfried, author of The Hormone Cure. On this show, Dr. Sara talks about carbs! Why low-carb can sometimes be too low, and why most of the fatloss information out there is wrong.
Jordan Harbinger: The Art of Charm, Sex Differences, and Why You Don’t Want the Perfect Body
Jordan Harbinger is the man behind The Art of Charm podcast and blog of the same name. Jordan teaches men to get and "keep the girl" by overcoming insecurities, building confidence, and challenging old beliefs. What does all this have to do with healthy living? Find out...
U.J. Ramdas: The 5-Minute Journal, Goal Setting Secrets, & How to Hack Your Happiness Setpoint
U.J. Ramdas is the co-creator of The Five Minute Journal and Intelligent Change where he creates cool products that make people happier. U.J. is a big fan of the wilderness, eastern meditative practices, and a good cup of tea.
Young and Raw: 14-Day Juice Challenge, Insulin Spikes, & Secret Superfoods in Abel’s Cupboard
This week I am excited to welcome Sheleana and Caleb, co-founders of Young And Raw and partners in the new, now #1 app 14 Day Juice Challenge. This awesome duo shares the healing and cleansing benefits of raw and whole foods.
Alex Jamieson: Super Size Me Anniversary, 10 Years As A Vegan, And How Not To Be A Food-Freak
This week I am pleased to welcome Alex Jamieson. She is one of the co-stars behind the classic documentary “Super Size Me!” and if you haven’t seen it yet, well let’s just say you are WAY behind the times!
Pedram Shojai: The Health Bridge, Who Not to Trust, and How to Pick Your Friends
This week's show is with my dear friend Pedram Shojai. Pedram, a wellness consultant and lecturer, is a practicing acupuncturist with a strong background in the Chinese martial and healing arts, among so many other things.
David King: Why Personal Trainers Don’t Get Results, Fruit Makes You Fat, and How Many Carbs You Really Need
This week we’re joined by David King, an author, fellow former management consultant, and Austin’s #1 Personal Trainer. With more than a decade of experience changing people’s lives, David’s show is a must-listen if you want fat loss advice or some tips on how you can help others on their journey of health and wellness. On this […]
Jonathan Bailor: The Calorie Myth, Eating on the Run, and What You’ll Never Hear on National Television
Today’s episode is with my good buddy, Jonathan Bailor, author of the international best-selling book The Calorie Myth. This week marks The Fat-Burning Man Show’s 100th episode! You might not be aware that iTunes only posts my most recent 40 shows, but all of my shows will always be available on this website for free. If […]
Chris Kresser: Your Personal Paleo Code, Top 5 Myths in Health, and Why It’s OK to Eat Ice Cream
This week’s guest is a fellow podcaster, myth-buster, and wellness warrior, Chris Kresser. Chris runs his incredibly popular blog by the same name, and is also the author of the brand spankin’ new book “Your Personal Paleo Code,” which will be released on December 31st. For a man so knowledgeable about all things Paleo, Chris’ non-dogmatic, […]
Lierre Keith: The Vegetarian Myth, How Agriculture Made Us Sick, and How to Save the World
This week’s show is with a woman who is truly changing the world, Lierre Keith. Lierre is a farmer, activist, and author of “The Vegetarian Myth. Lierre shares her journey of transitioning to an Ancestral approach to eating and living after decades as a vegan. There’s so much to learn about food, life, and how to leave […]
Alyson Bridge: Gluten-Free Desserts, WCG Ultimate Gamer, and How to Survive the Holidays without Getting a Santa Belly
Today’s show is with my lovely lady (and now a bestselling app author), Alyson Bridge. Alyson is the author of Gluten-Free Desserts, one of the top professional female gamers in the world, former reality TV personality, and the queen of the Fat-Burning Man’s kitchen. 🙂 We hope you had an awesome Thanksgiving filled with amazing food, laughs, and […]
George Bryant: The Paleo Kitchen, Coping with Weight Gain, and How to Recover from Injury
He’s back again! My good buddy George, from Civilized Caveman Cooking, Caveman Feast, and The Paleo Kitchen joins us this week. George opens up with brutal honesty and doesn’t let up. As usual, George and I have a ton of fun on the show. **Spoiler alert! I may make George cry!** In this week’s show you’ll hear about: George’s awesome […]
Gray Graham: Pottenger’s Prophecy, Epigenetics and Why Being 100% Paleo Might Be Hurting You
What if you could completely change the way your genes are expressed, without using any crazy sci-fi, new-agey machines or drugs? Gray Graham is here to explain how you can make that happen. Gray is the lead author of “Pottenger’s Prophecy” and expert in epigenetics. If you’re not familiar with the term epigenetics quite yet, don’t […]
Nicolas Cole: How to Gain 80 lbs. of Muscle, Celiac Disease, and Why World of Warcraft Gets you Jacked
Nicolas Cole is a nonfiction writer, former-weakling-turned-fitness-model, and a loyal listener of The Fat-Burning Man Show. He’s one heck of a dude with incredible insight and perspective to share with you. Cole, as he’s called, spent the first 18 years of his life undiagnosed with celiac disease, and just happens to have a history as […]
Lewis Howes: How to Lose 28 pounds in 28 days, Injury Recovery, and Beating Sugar Addiction
This week’s show features the host of yet another top podcast (and a genuinely awesome dude), Mr. Lewis Howes. Lewis is a lifestyle entrepreneur, former world record holder, and two sport professional athlete. He is also the voice behind the hugely popular “School of Greatness” podcast. If you haven’t already heard Lewis’ School of Greatness podcast, […]
Danny Dreyer: ChiRunning, Ultramarathon Training, And How to Run Without Your Legs
Today’s guest is Danny Dreyer, author of the bestselling book, ChiRunning. Years ago, ChiRunning played a critical role in encouraging me to question my relationship with movement and training, which ultimately snowballed into rethinking the way I ate as well. I don’t often go out on a limb to recommend the hundreds of books I read a year, […]
Dan Edwardes: Parkour Generations, How to Conquer Fear & Why Biceps Curls are a Waste of Time
This week we’re here with Dan Edwardes of Parkour Generations, the world’s leading professional organization for the dynamic movement discipline of parkour and free-running. Parkour Generations recently started official parkour coaching certification ADAPT and the new Parkour Fitness Specialist certification for fitness professionals. Yup, Dan is one of those maniacs you see sprinting up walls like Spiderman. Inspiring or crazy, depending […]
Rich Roll: Vegans vs. Paleo, Alcoholism & Food Addiction, and the Real Food Ultraman
After loads of requests from you loyal listeners, we are pleased to present Mr. Rich Roll! Rich is one of Men’s Fitness Magazine’s “Top 25 Fittest Men,” a fellow top podcaster, plant-fueled endurance athlete, and the author of the best-selling “Finding Ultra.” We speak about beating out Jillian Michaels for #1 in Health on iTunes, and I’m […]
Denny Hemingson: Paleo in the Tim McGraw Band, Dropping 45 Pounds, and How to Stay Lean on the Road
Today is a very special episode – our guest is actually one of our listeners. Denny Hemingson e-mailed me about the great success he’s had after finding the show and living a Paleo(ish) lifestyle. The kicker? He’s the band leader for Tim McGraw. Having toured for years as a musician myself, it’s incredible to hear how well […]
Vinnie Tortorich: Fitness Confidential, Why Exercise Doesn’t Work, and Why Jerry Seinfeld is Wrong about Breakfast
Today we have a oft-requested guest, Mr. Vinnie Tortorich. He’s Hollywood’s go-to guy for fitness and weight loss, coined as America’s Angriest Trainer. Vinnie is also the author of the terrific book Fitness Confidential, where he debunks the myths and gimmicks of the weight loss industry. Vinnie is hilarious – you’re going to dig this episode. Before we […]
Dr. Charles Livingston: Fat Loss Factor, I.F. for Beginners and To Vaccinate or Not To Vaccinate
We’re here today with Dr Charles Livingston, a Board Certified Chiropractic Physician and the man behind Fat Loss Factor. Today Dr. Charles & I talk about: Why taking supplements every day isn’t a good idea A chiropractor’s take on why he chooses not to vaccinate How to get started in intermittent fasting And lots more! […]
John Durant: The Paleo Manifesto, Why Great Thinkers Stand Up, and Orange-Eyed Aliens
This week’s show is with John Durant, author of “The Paleo Manifesto: Ancient Wisdom for Lifelong Health,” which releases on September 17. One of the first “modern cavemen” and champions of eating Paleo, John has been spotted sprinting barefoot through the streets of the big apple to the enormous meat locker in his flat. He’s […]
Jill Ciciarelli: Fermented Foods, Eating With the Seasons, and Why Probiotics Rock
Jill Ciciarelli is a food lover, kitchen adventurer, and board-certified holistic-health coach. Jill blogs at First Comes Health, and her new book is entitled Fermented: A Four Season Approach to Paleo Probiotic Foods. Fermented is a must-have for both cultured food newbies as well as seasoned pros well-versed in the benefits of fizzy, stinky, fermented foods. The photography […]
Jimmy Moore: Cholesterol Clarity, C-Reactive Protein, and Why You’ve Been Duped About Heart Health
Today’s episode is with the always amazing Jimmy Moore, and we chat about his brand-spankin’ new book “Cholesterol Clarity: What the HDL is Wrong With My Numbers?” Congrats Jimmy – this book is one of a kind and finally sets the record straight on what has become an impossibly confusing subject! So if you’re shaking […]
Ben Coomber: The Paleo Diet, Why The Perfect Body ≠ Happiness, and What it’s Like to be Fat
Ben Coomber is a performance nutritionist, coach, writer, and host of “Ben Coomber Radio” – another #1 rated health podcast on iTunes in the UK. Ben and I just kept on rolling and did a “show swap” this week. So if you enjoy this, head on over and check out my appearance on Ben’s show. […]
Erwan Le Corre: MovNat, the Dangers of Inefficient Practice, and Wisdom from Bruce Lee
Today’s show is with a highly-requested guest, Mr. Erwan Le Corre. Erwan is the founder of MovNat, the physical education and fitness system that’s taking the Paleo world by storm. This is a deep show. Plenty of nuggets of wisdom for you truth seekers out there. (As a bonus, Erwan has the coolest accent ever.) Before we get to the […]
Pedram Shojai: Life as a Hunter-Gatherer, How Drug Companies Trick You, and Being Chased by Lions
It’s my distinct pleasure to present Pedram Shojai. Pedram is the CEO of Vitality Health & Wellness, as well as a doctor, author, filmmaker, and the founder and President of Well.org. This is one of my favorite shows ever – please take a listen. Before we get to the show, I want to thank you once […]
Dr. Alan Christianson: How to Heal Your Thyroid, Protein in the Morning, and Off-Roading on your Unicycle
On today’s show we have Dr Alan Christianson. You may have seen him on CNN, the “Today Show” or “The Doctors.” He is a specialist in the thyroid, and the author of “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Thyroid Disease.” As you may have heard, we just launched an app for the iPhone and iPad (iOS6) called Caveman Feast. Unbelievably, it’s absolutely […]
Stacy & Matt, The Paleo Parents: Beyond Bacon, Raising Healthy Cave-Kids, and How Lard Can Make You Lean
Today on the show we have Matt & Stacy, The Paleo Parents, who just released their masterpiece “Beyond Bacon: Paleo Recipes that Respect the Whole Hog.” When I say it’s one of the weirdest cookbooks I’ve ever seen, I mean it as the ultimate compliment. Take a listen to the show to hear why. 🙂 […]
JJ Virgin: “The Virgin Diet,” Why Extended Cardio Stinks, and The Secret to Looking 30 for the Rest of Your Life
Today’s very special guest is JJ Virgin, the bestselling author of The Virgin Diet. JJ has helped many thousands of people lose weight by addressing food allergies, food sensitivities and other food intolerances. Before we get to the show, I wanted to catch you up on all the exciting things that we have going on. […]
Alisa Vitti: Adrenal Fatigue, Reversing Low Libido, and What Men Should REALLY Know About Women
So on today’s show I talk with Alisa Vitti, the best selling author of The Woman Code. She is also the founder of FloLiving.com, a virtual health center that supports women’s hormonal and reproductive health. You may know her best though, from recently getting Dr. Oz to talk about periods on national television! I just got back from an awesome […]
Jonathan Bailor: Why Calories Don’t Matter, How Chocolate = Huge Muscles, and Why You Should Eat More and Exercise Less
Today’s show is with Jonathan Bailor, he’s a guy who definitely knows his stuff. Anyone with the credo, EAT MORE. EXERCISE LESS, is speaking straight to my heart. He is a bona fide go-getter with an impressive list of accomplishments and projects, including hosting another podcast called The Smarter Science of Slim. Plenty of exciting things going on in […]
Dr. Sara Gottfried: The Hormone Cure, Orgasmic Yoga, and Molecular Sex in a Nutshell
Today’s special guest is Dr. Sara Gottfried, author of The Hormone Cure, a source of endless fun, and a certified badass. This show is a good one. Before we get to that though, The Fat-Burning Chef launched last week! Thousands of you have already grabbed it and we’ve had awesome feedback so far. Some of you are […]
Chris Walker: Fat-Burning Chef, Living Without Testosterone, and Why You Shouldn’t OD on Smart Drugs
Today’s guest is Christopher Walker. He’s an elite tri-athlete, a brain geek (like me), a blogger, and (most importantly) a hot wing eating champion. Before we get to the show, if you haven’t already heard, we have a very special announcement. We just launched a huge collaborative project among people in the real-food, slow-food, Paleo-sphere called […]
Joel Salatin: Beyond-Organic Farming, Food Policy, and Why There is POOP in Your Chicken Nuggets
I am very blessed to be here today with a guest who has been requested from all over the world, Mr. Joel Salatin. Joel is a self-described “Christian-libertarian-environmentalist-capitalist-lunatic-farmer” who produces beyond-organic meats, which are raised using environmentally responsible, ecologically beneficial and sustainable agriculture. Before we get to the show, I wanted to let you guys know about […]
Dr. John Berardi: Precision Nutrition, Intermittent Fasting for Fat Loss, and How to Tell Georges St. Pierre What To Do
Today’s episode is with one of the most knowledgable and highly-respected minds in health and fitness, John Berardi of Precision Nutrition. Bluntly, Precision Nutrition can take pretty much anyone – massively overweight or not – and get them in the best shape of their lives. They understand how the body works; they understand physiology; they make it […]
Steve Kamb: Nerd Fitness, the Gamification of Life, and How to Live Like James Bond
Today’s extra-fun show is with Steve Kamb, the guy behind NerdFitness.com, a super popular blog and fitness community. He’s helped thousands of regular people “level up their lives” as he says, all while taking epic quests around the world. Now before we get to our show today with Steve, I just want to tell you […]
Scott Gryzbek: Kvass, How to Make Fermented Foods, and Why Beer is Good for You
Today’s show is with Scott Gryzbek, the proud founder of Zukay Live Foods and the crazed alchemist behind vegetable Kvass. Scott founded Zukay to introduce the health benefits of raw, fermented vegetables back into the American diet. Onto the show. Today we cover: What it was like to be Paleo before it was Paleo. A behind the […]
Darryl Edwards, The Fitness Explorer: Being Skinny Fat, Primal Fitness, and How to Deadlift A Human
Today’s special episode of the show is with my buddy Darryl Edwards, The Fitness Explorer. Darryl is a natural movement therapist, and Paleo clinical nutritionist based in London. After nearly two decades working in investment banking as a computer scientist, Darryl abandoned the life of a desk jockey in favor of eating delicious steak and […]
Bill & Hayley of Food Lover’s Primal Palate: Gather, A Gluten-Free Wedding, and The Cutest Dog Ever
Today we’re talking to Bill & Hayley of “The Food Lover’s Primal Palate.” The author’s of the hit cookbook “Make It Paleo” are back with a new book “Gather: The Art of Paleo Entertaining,” set to be released on April 30, and it looks absolutely amazing! Shortly after that their next book “The 30 Day Guide to Paleo Cooking: […]
Ori Hofmekler: The Warrior Diet, Intermittent Fasting, and How to Be a Bona Fide Renaissance Man
Ori Hofmekler is a fellow renaissance man; not only is he a world renowned artist, but he is also the author of the ground breaking Warrior Diet and many other health and fitness books. With a tagline like “Not actively surviving… is passively dying!” this guy is no joke, and is a wealth of information and knowledge. In today’s […]
John Romaniello: Man 2.0: Engineering the Alpha, the Problems with Being Skinny, and What Tucker Max Says About His Book
John Romaniello (better known as Roman) runs Roman Fitness Systems with a tongue-in-cheek approach to fitness. Equal parts narcissism and self-loathing, Roman writes with passion and humor, show-casing his belief that training doesn’t need to be serious, stern, science-laden monotony. It can be fun, too. Roman stopped by The Fat-Burning Man Show before going on […]
Yuri Elkaim: Raw Food Dieting, Where Vegans Go Wrong, and What Canadians Think of Canola
Today’s show is with Yuri Elkaim, a former pro soccer player, holistic nutritionist, and strength and nutrition coach. A quick shout out to all those folks who I met at Paleo f(x) this past week. It was amazing to see you guys and appreciate all the support you guys have given me! Another quick announcement: […]
Mat Lalonde on Nutrient Density, Paleo Fails, and Being the Kraken
Mat Lalonde Ph.D (aka “The Kraken”) is a lecturer at Harvard University who specializes in chemical biology but studies human metabolism, nutritional biochemistry, health and athletic performance… for fun. This is a content-packed show – listen up! Exciting news: The Fat-Burning Man Show has been dominating the iTunes charts lately, hitting top spots in the United […]
Chris “The Kiwi” Ashenden: Loss in a Sentence, the Pros/Cons of Supplements, and How to be Happy
Chris “The Kiwi” Ashenden is a native of New Zealand and an avid traveler. He’s been to over 60 countries and has a BSc in Sport and Exercise Science and years of experience as a nutritionist and strength coach. Chris is a spokesperson for Athletic Greens and writes a newsletter entitled Kiwi Two Cents on […]
Michael Fishman: Sugar Addiction, The Difference Between “Can’t” and “Don’t,” and How to Turn Down a Cookie
Today’s special guest is Michael Fishman. For over 20 years, Michael has been the leading advisor on marketing, positioning and strategy setting in the health, wellness and personal development categories. He has been instrumental in growing to category leadership such businesses as Rodale, Inc., with the Prevention and Men’s Health publishing brands, and has worked on […]
Melissa Joulwan: Well-Fed, That Pesky Thyroid, and Colossal Kitchen Fails
Melissa Joulwan, the author of Well-Fed, blogs at The Clothes Make The Girl about her triumphs and failures in the kitchen, the gym, and in life. In her own words she’s “on a mission to be a superfit, well-fed, dressed-to-kill, glossy-haired, rock-n-roll, tart-tongued detective.” That’s pretty sweet. Melissa lives in Austin, TX (holla) and is […]
Mira and Jayson Calton: Rich Food, Poor Food, Fat Free Fruit Juice, and Eating Green Worms
Mira and Jayson Calton are authors, rockstars, and some of the first guests ever on the show. So happy to have them back. During an unconventional honeymoon where they visited over 100 countries in search of knowledge regarding the relationship between micronutrient deficiencies and public health and disease, the explored how specific dietary patterns and […]
Craig Ballantyne: Turbulence Training, Why Willpower Fails, and How to be Your Own Science Experiment
Craig Ballantyne is a fat loss and fitness expert who specializes in helping his clients get lean and strong with short, intense workouts. Craig’s super-popular Turbulence Training system is a targeted program that helps clients shed stubborn body fat without spending hours on the treadmill (sound familiar?). Craig holds a Master’s of Science Degree in Exercise Physiology […]
Gary Taubes: Why We Get Fat, the Problem with Calories, and Why Eating Eggs Won’t Kill You
Gary Taubes is an award-winning science writer and the bestselling author of the groundbreaking and controversial books Good Calories, Bad Calories and Why We Get Fat. Gary has been a contributing correspondent for the journal Science since 1993, and has contributed articles to The Atlantic Monthly, The New York Times Magazine, Esquire, and Slate. Gary studied […]
James Clear: Intermittent Fasting, Carb Cycling, and Behavior Change
Today’s show is with James Clear, a former All-American baseball player, avid weightlifter, and expert in behavior change. It’s a content-packed smorgasbord of geekery, so grab your notebooks and saddle-up. We cover: How you can build muscle and lose fat using intermittent fasting The importance of environment design in habit formation How carb-cycling and calorie-cycling enhances body […]
Loren Cordain: The Paleo Diet, Young Robb Wolf, and Why Saturated Fat is the Bees Knees
In today’s show I welcome Dr. Loren Cordain – considered by many to be the godfather of the Paleo Movement and the world’s foremost scientific authority on the evolutionary basis of diet and disease. Loren is the author of the groundbreaking, The Paleo Diet, as well as The Paleo Answer, The Paleo Diet For Athletes, […]
Tim Ferriss: The 4-Hour Chef, Meditation, and Eating Crickets
Tim Ferriss is a man of many talents, as well as a 3-time New York Times bestselling author with The Four-Hour Workweek, The Four-Hour Body, and now the brand-spankin’ new Four Hour Chef. We spent most of the show goofing off, but Tim drops a ton of truth bombs so listen-up. You guys will dig […]
Leanne Ely: Saving Dinner, Part-Time Paleo, and How to Deal with Picky Children
Today’s show is with Leanne Ely, a New York Times bestselling author, certified nutritionist, and the creator of the Saving Dinner series. Leanne is also a bone fide expert in preparing and executing the perfect family dinner. …It’s always a pleasure talking to a fellow food lover about how much we love food. This hour just […]
Todd Herman: The Mental Game, Visualization, and Fraggle Rock
Today’s show is with Todd Herman, an expert of the mental game and coach to professional, olympic, and developing athletes all over the world. Todd’s innovative approach focuses upon confidence-building to reduce stress, avoid game distractions, conquer negative thinking and address poor game-planning. Through The Peak Athlete and The Champions Challenge, Todd has helped over 12,383 […]
Jimmy Moore: Nutritional Ketosis, Trashing Your Scale, and the Dark Side of Protein
Joining us today is an author and the host of Livin’ La Vida Low Carb, the one and only Jimmy Moore. We all have something to learn from Jimmy Moore. Starting off at more than 400 pounds, he lost over 100 pounds with a low-fat, high carb, calorie-restricted diet. But it didn’t stick – the weight came […]
Paul Jaminet: Safe Starches, Fecal Transplants, and Good News for Wine Lovers
Today’s show is with the brilliant Paul Jaminet, author of The Perfect Health Diet and perfecthealthdiet.com. After having Paul on the show a few months ago, I was happy to touch upon some of the cheekier topics this time around, including the health benefits of drinking, why eating white rice won’t kill you, and, of course, fecal […]
David Garcia, How to Lose 165 Pounds and Keep Them Off
Today’s show is with David Garcia, the blogger behind KeepItUpDavid.com, a protege of Richard Simmons, and one of the “slim” few who has not only lost 165 pounds but kept them off for over 2 years. And – get this – David was actually the first guest ever on The Fat-Burning Man Show. It was […]
Bill and Hayley, The Food Lovers on Paleo Parties, Eating Fish Heads, and Love at First Deadlift
Today’s show is with inspired cooks and two amazing people, Hayley and Bill of The Food Lovers Primal Palate and authors of Make it Paleo, The 30-Day Intro to Paleo, and the soon-to-be-released Gather. In today’s show, we gab about: How to plan a perfectly Paleo party How you can get confidence in the kitchen […]
Alyson Bridge: Gluten-Free Desserts, Weight Training for Women, and How to Eat Well on the Road
Today is a very special show with real life gluten-free success story, Alyson Bridge, an amazing cook and author of the just-released 50 Wholesome Gluten-Free Desserts. You listeners have asked for special episodes with real folks who have experienced results in fat loss and health improvement. After the overwhelming positive feedback when I had my mom, […]
Jeffrey Smith: Genetic Roulette, Prop 37, and Why You Should Avoid GMO’s
Today’s special show is with Jeffrey Smith, Director of the Institute for Responsible Technology and one of the world’s leading authorities on the health effects of genetically engineered foods. Jeffrey is a prominent speaker and author; he was recently featured on Dr. Oz and his non-GMO shopping guide is recommended by O, the Oprah Magazine, Fox […]
Kaleigh from The Paleo Angel and George Bryant on the Dangers of Intermittent Fasting
Today we’re here with Kaleigh Laventure, author of The Paleo Angel, and our old friend George of Civilized Caveman. This show is fun, but it also gets real. The quest for perfect health (and a perfect body) isn’t always butterflies and fairy tales. Kaleigh’s story is a poignant example of how you can take a […]
Roger Dickerman: Exercise as a Stimulus, Tabatas, and Why Your iPhone is Making You Fat
Howdy folks, Today we’re here with a killer dude and the other half of the podcasting duo Relentless Roger and the Caveman Doctor, Mr. Roger Dickerman of Relentless Fitness. I’ve had the pleasure of hanging out with Roger both at PaleoFX and AHS12 and I’m always impressed with his innovative thinking, passion for spreading the […]
Dr. Lauren Noel: Food as Medicine, Why Doctors Smoke, and How to Have a Rockstar Poop
Hi Folks, Today we’re here with the lovely Dr. Lauren Noel, Naturopathic Doctor and host of the popular Dr. Lo Radio Show. It’s always fun to have fellow hosts on the show, and Dr. Lo rocked the house. I had the pleasure of meeting Dr. Lo at AHS 12 and recently chatted it up with […]
Michelle and Keith Norris: PaleoFX, Effective Exercise, and Barbie Dolls
Today we’re here with an expert in effective exercise and man who always manages to make me look like a featherweight, Keith Norris. We’re also joined by his wife, Michelle. Keith and Michelle are the organizers behind the PaleoFX conference in Austin, Texas. PaleoFX last year was an absolute blast. I had the privilege of presenting with Keith […]
Sean Croxton: Underground Wellness, How to Avoid Toxins, and Why You Need A Vacation
Today’s show is with Sean Croxton, the dropper of truth bombs, esteemed host of Underground Wellness, and author of The Dark Side of Fat Loss. Firstly, a quick note: thanks so much to those of you who grabbed my first collaboration with George Bryant, Caveman Feast: 200+ Tantalizing Paleo Recipes. He’s going to kill me […]
George Bryant: Caveman Feast Cookbook, Sous Vide, and The Perfect Turkish Get-Up
Today is a very special show with George Bryant, creator of Civilized Caveman and (a brand-spanking new) author of Caveman Feast. Congrats George! When I first invited George on The Fat-Burning Man Show, he convinced me to give his crock pot pulled pork a whirl. So I hopped on down to the farmers’ market, grabbed […]
Dr. Colin Champ: The Caveman Doctor, Low-Carb for Health, and Eating MORE Salt
Today we’re here with someone you might know as The Caveman Doctor, but I’d say he’s the man with one of the most epic real doctor names ever, Dr. Colin Champ. I had the pleasure of meeting Colin at the Ancestral Health Symposium a few weeks back, and after being guests together on the Underground […]
Paul Jaminet: The Perfect Health Diet, Safe Starches, and Intermittent Fasting
Today we’re here with Paul Jaminet, author of The Perfect Health Diet and the wildly-popular perfecthealthdiet.com. In this much-anticipated interview, we cover some serious ground: safe starches, intermittent fasting, the perfect diet for humans, and tons more. Paul was kind enough to forward me the manuscript for the updated and expanded version of The Perfect […]
Ben Greenfield: Low-Carb Endurance Training, Supplementation for Performance, and Building Muscle
Today I’m pleased to present a fellow top podcaster, tireless fitness writer, elite triathlete, and a deceivingly tall man, Mr. Ben Greenfield. I had the pleasure of hanging out with Ben at the Ancestral Health Symposium a few weeks back. While it might seem that elite endurance training and the ancestral approach to nutrition/lifestyle are contradictory, […]
Stefani Ruper: Intermittent Fasting, Paleo for Women, and Disordered Eating
Today we’re here with my favorite fiery feminist in the paleosphere, Stefani Rupert. Stefani’s new blog, Paleo for Women, has been causing quite a ruckus. I love a good ruckus. I was intrigued when a number of my private coaching clients sent me her post, Shattering the Myth of Fasting for Women: A Review of […]
The Fat-Burning Mom: Angie Bascom, ARNP on the Thyroid, Weight Loss, and Kicking Wheat
I am privileged to present you today with “The Fat-Burning Mom,” Angie Bascom, ARNP. In addition to interviewing bestselling authors, celebrities, and other health personalities, many of you listeners have asked for me to interview real people who are experiencing results right now as “case studies.” Well, I listened. It doesn’t get much more real […]
Abel James interviewed on the Michael Ostrolenk Show
Hi folks, In case you’re interested in hearing me on the other side of the microphone, I was interviewed on The Michael Ostrolenk Show. We cover: What it’s like to be a recovering vegetarian How The Fat-Burning Man Show got started The connection between music, language, and the brain How Abel self-published multiple bestselling books […]
Jim Kean, Founder of WellnessFX on Self-Optimization, The Outdoors, and Robots
Howdy folks, In today’s show, I’m very pleased to bring you the co-founder of WellnessFX, avid outdoorsman, and fellow Dartmouth grad, Jim Kean. Jim’s particular expertise is in human health potential, performance sports, and nutrition. He founded Sapient Health Network in 1995 which became the foundation of WebMD’s consumer health business. He has worked in […]
Isabel De Los Rios, Bestselling Author of “The Diet Solution” and “Beyond “Diet”
It’s Friday, folks, and that means I have a brand-spanking new show for you. This week I rock out with the bestselling author (to the tune of over a half million copies) of The Diet Solution Program, Isabel De Los Rios. I’d been meaning to get Isabel on the show for some time now, and I […]
Commander Mark Divine, Creator of SEALFIT on Mental Toughness, Kokoro, and Unbeatable Mind
I am excited (read: slightly intimidated) to present you today with former Navy SEAL Commander Mark Divine. Mark is the founder and CEO of US Tactical, inc. which operates SEALFIT, NavySEALs.com and US CrossFit. He started his athletic career as a collegiate swimmer and rower, then competitive tri-athlete and martial artist before joining the Navy in […]
Erai Beckmann: Creator of The Future of Health Now
Hi all, Today’s show is with Erai Beckmann, a man who has spent over 2 years working on a project that has the potential to change a heck of a lot of lives: The Future of Health Now. In a time when the wheels are falling off our health care system, preventable disease is rampant, […]
Drew Manning, Bestselling Author of Fit2Fat2Fit on Gaining and Losing 72 Pounds
Today we’re here with Drew Manning, the “crazy” trainer who wrote the New York Times bestseller, Fit2Fat2Fit. Here’s the deal. Drew had always been the ripped dude with the six pack. He lived in the gym, ate clean foods, and had a reasonably easy time staying in shape. And he had a difficult time relating […]
Dr. William Davis, Author of New York Times Bestseller, “Wheat Belly”
Howdy folks, Very excited to present you today with the much-anticipated interview with Dr. William Davis of Wheat Belly fame. Doc’s grain-busting manifesto has sat atop the New York Times bestseller charts for what must be a truly an alarming amount of time for the massive industrial farming machine, industry lobbyists, and traditional diet dictocrats. But […]
Tom Naughton, Comedian, Filmmaker, and the Man Behind "Fat Head"
Today, I’m here with filmmaker, comedian, and the man behind the #1 documentary on Hulu, “Fat Head,” Mr. Tom Naughton. With the help of key consultants Dr. Mike Eades and Gary Taubes, “Fat Head” demonstrates that it is very possible to lose weight AND improve your health markers on what most would call an extraordinarily […]
Jon Benson, Author of Fit Over 40 and 7-Minute Muscle
Jon Benson is the creator and co-author of Fit Over 40 (the #2 best-selling fitness e-book in the world and co-written with Tom Venuto, no less). Jon is an internationally recognized transformation lifecoach, specializing in mental strategies for the excellence lifestyle, fat-burning nutrition and superior physical fitness. His coaching program TTP-90 has acheived critical acclaim in […]
Dean Dwyer: Make Shift Happen, The Paradox of Success, and Skipping
Back by popular demand, today’s episode of the Fat-Burning Man Show is with Mr. Dean Dwyer. My first repeat guest, Dean is a unique thought leader in our community, an unmitigated shift disturber, and a terrible juggler. Here’s proof. We stole a little time for a terrific introspective chat on the way to […]
Interview with George Bryant, Civilized Caveman Cooking Creations
Today we’re here with George Bryant, marine, skydiver, photographer, and the man behind Civilized Caveman Cooking Creations. Aside from being an extremely talented cook and photographer, George has a truly inspiring story; he shed nearly 100 pounds from his frame… from pudgy to completely ripped. When recruiters said he was “too fat” to be a […]
Brad Pilon Interview: Intermittent Fasting (IF), “Eat Stop Eat,” and “How Much Protein”?
Today we’re here with the best-selling author of Eat Stop Eat, intermittent fasting extraordinaire, and modern day Adonis, Mr. Brad Pilon. You folks have been begging me to get him on the show for a while now, and I don’t blame you. He’s a totally cool dude. We talked for 2 hours. (Don’t worry, the […]
Interview with Dan Pardi: Quantified Self, Quality Sleep, Paul Jaminet, and Food Spending
Today we’re here with Dan Pardi, the Dan behind DansPlan.com. Dan’s Plan is a super-cool and totally free website that I highly encourage you to check out. Had some very interesting conversations with Dan in Austin a few weeks back and was stoked to get him on the Fat-Burning Man Show. Due to our similar […]
Interview with Mrs. United States, Shannon Ford: Celiac Disease, Gluten-Free, and the Paleo Diet
In today’s show, we’re privileged to be with the reigning Mrs. United States, Shannon Ford. After she was diagnosed with Celiac disease three years ago, Shannon went gluten-free, then grain-free, and now has transitioned to a Paleo diet. Yes, even beauty queens eat like cavewomen. Actually, after being a pageant girl and in the public […]
Interview with Robb Wolf, Author of The Paleo Solution
Ladies and gentlemen, today we’ll be hanging out with a super cool author, podcaster, and Jiu-Jitsu master, Robb Wolf. Robb is the author of the New York Times Best-Seller, The Paleo Solution, a former research biochemist, a renowned strength and conditioning coach, and a leading expert in Paleolithic nutrition. Through his best-selling book, top ranked […]
Mark Sisson, Author of the Primal Blueprint and Mark’s Daily Apple
Today I’m stoked to introduce one of my favorite authors, bloggers, and personalities, the Grokman himself, Mark Sisson. We had a blast chatting last month in Austin, and I couldn’t wait to get him on the show… Wait, You Don’t Know Who Mark Sisson is? Really? For starters, he’s a 58-year-old with a 6-pack. Okay, […]
Interview with Dr. Jack Kruse: Neurosurgeon, Cold Thermogenesis, and Leptin Reset
Buckle up, ladies and gentlemen… here is the much-anticipated interview with Dr. Jack Kruse: neurosurgeon, epic biohacker, cold thermogenesis guru, weight loss success story, and (in)famous Paleo rockstar. Unless you’ve been… living in a cave… you’ve noticed that Dr. Jack has recently ruffled some feathers and caused a powow in the Paleosphere. Wait, what does […]
Dave is a Silicon Valley investor, computer security expert, and entrepreneur who spent over 15 years and a quarter million dollars to hack his own biology. He increased his IQ by more than 20 points, decreased his biological age, and lost 100 pounds without using caloric restriction or exercise. His blog at BulletProofExec.com is one […]
Nutrition Facts Lie… and So Does Wendy’s [video, podcast]
Wow, what a freaking week. PaleoFX, South by Southwest, hanging out with Mark Sisson, Jack Kruse, Dean Dwyer, Dave Asprey and others, and cool new shirts. Stay tuned, I may be collaborating with some of these folks down the road… Super exciting stuff. I think I need some more coffee. But first, let’s talk about […]
Today I’m joined by Mr. Kevin Cottrell, the organizer of PaleoFX which is starting this week in Austin, Texas. We chat about how the conference got started, Kevin’s own compelling story of how he got into eating and living Paleo (and avoided diabetes along the way), as well as how I may even whip out […]
Dieting Makes You Fat… And CNN Screws Up the Proof
Recent media reports circulating around the interwebs reveal “surprising findings” in “breakthrough” research: that long-term dieting makes people gain weight. But this isn’t new or surprising, it’s just something that conventional wisdom has not yet accepted as truth despite its basis in scientific and physiological fact. We’ve known this for years. Dieting makes you fat. […]
Paleo. Primal. Caveman. Hunter-Gatherer. Depending on whom you ask, these terms provoke dismissal, confusion, anger, or cult-like loyalty. They all boil down to the same general idea: that we should eat like spear-wielding cavemen… By now you have likely gathered that I am a advocate for an approach to nutrition that is biologically appropriate for […]
Leaving your perfectly-Paleo fridge and meat-freezer for a few days? Don’t freak out. Despite the fact that you’re surrounded by the sweet and sticky smells of Cinnabon, Panda Express, and worse, there are actually some decent options for eating Paleo in the airport. If you haven’t learned already, eating like a caveman in the modern […]
Howdy, folks! I’m stoked to have Dean Dwyer join me today. He’s a popular blogger, rising star in the Paleo world, and one heck of a cool Canadian. Dean and I were shocked to learn that we’ll be presenting together with the Goliaths of Paleo including Mark Sisson, Robb Wolf, and Jack Kruse at PaleoFX […]
I had the pleasure of interviewing one of my favorite foul-mouthed bloggers (and now author), Mr. Richard Nikoley of Free the Animal. Richard is a leading voice in the paleo community and an inspiring figure to boot. A few years back, Richard tipped the scale at 240 pounds and at over 33% body fat with skyrocketing […]
Jimmy’s Journey Losing 180 Pounds Livin La Vida Low-Carb!
As Part II of my interview series that features stories of incredible people and their inspired stories, we have the one and only Jimmy Moore. Jimmy is a very busy man – he has several websites, several podcasts, several books, and is extremely active in the low-carb and weight loss communities. Please take a gander […]
How David Lost 167 Pounds…And Kept It Off! [video/podcast]
To kick off 2012, I am hosting an interview series that features incredible people and their inspired stories. I am honored to begin with David Garcia, a fellow blogger who has been featured on Richard Simmons’ Website, the Ellen show, and The Doctors, who lost an incredible 167 pounds and has been able to keep […]
Interview with Authors of Naked Calories, Mira and Jayson Calton – Podcast
I had the pleasure of interviewing Mira and Jayson Calton, authors of the national best-seller, Naked Calories. Mira was kind enough to send a copy of her book and I ate it right up. Something is clearly behind the alarming increase in obesity and rapid degradation of our health. Fingers are pointed in seemingly every direction […]