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Ep. 210: "Everybody Out" Moments

The Paleo View TPV 210 Everybody Out Moments

In this episode, Stacy and Sarah talk about poop, diarrhea and all about the lower half of your digestion!

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The Paleo View (TPV), Episode 210: "Everybody Out" Moments

  

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Ep. 209: Cole and the Appendix

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In this episode, Stacy talks about her son Cole's bout with a burst appendix and Sarah explains what the appendix actually is!

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The Paleo View (TPV), Episode 209: Cole and the Appendix

  • Intro (0:00)
  • News and Views (0:40)
    • Cole had appendicitis and had his appendix out over the past weekend!
      • First, Cole had a stomachache
      • Then, when it worsened, we saw a doctor. The doctor misdiagnosed as Norovirus
      • On Friday, when it didn't get any better and he was in a lot of pain, Matt took him to the emergency room.
      • He was quickly diagnosed with appendicitis, and was sent to surgery. His appendix had burst by the time they got to surgery.
    • A ruptured appendix is a medical emergency and immediately life threatening.
    • Cole recovered quickly, "a medical miracle"!
    • While Stacy credits his recovery to our lifestyle, we definitely followed the protocols of modern medicine to prevent sepsis and other infections
    • We've been walking and eating healing foods for him.
  • What is the appendix and appendicitis? (11:17)
    • The appendix is a little "cul-de-sac" off the large intestine
    • Possibly a reservoir of beneficial bacteria for the gut as a reserve if the gut microbiome is wiped out.
    • -itis means inflammation, so appendicitis is when the appendix becomes severely inflamed, filled with pus and will possibly burst. Generally, if it becomes inflamed, it will eventually burst.
    • It can be various causes, including genetic or infectious causes. It's not very well understood.
    • Not considered to be the cause of any specific lifestyle or diet factor.
  • We consider paleo to be a complimentary healing factor in this case (17:47)
    • High dose antibiotics will affect the gut bacteria, so probiotic and gut healing foods like broth will help with recovery.
    • Cole hasn't been eating well, and doesn't like the big pills he needs. So we've been finding foods he will eat first, including puffed rice cereal
    • We have been making him Kombucha Gummies
    • Stacy and Sarah both eat broth rice as well for sick kids
    • It is a journey. You might not always be perfect, but it's important to try.
    • Stacy believed that if we were paleo, the boys wouldn't ever need to have things like appendicitis, but paleo is not a panacea.
    • The consequences of not having an appendix are very minor and having it out does not have a huge effect.
  • Thank you for listening!
  • Outro (39:11)

  

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Ep. 208, Live Q&A Part 2

The Paleo View TPV Live QA Part 2

In this episode, part 2 of the live Q and A Stacy and Sarah did when they were together in Georgia!

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Ep. 207, Live Q&A Part 1

The Paleo View TPV 207 Live QA Part 1

In this episode, Stacy and Sarah did a live Q and A when they were together in Georgia!

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Ep. 206, Sleep Hygiene

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In this episode, Stacy and Sarah discuss the importance of sleep and sleep hygiene.

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The Paleo View (TPV), Episode 206: Sleep Hygiene

  • Intro (0:00)
  • News and Views (0:40)
    • Stacy is listening to Audible right now! Specifically, Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
    • Today's show is about Sleep Hygiene!
    • Remember our book tour? Much fun!
    • So many people are missing sleep as the crucial component of their healing, a theme we've hear many many times.
    • Sarah wrote the book about sleep. Literally.
    • More and more studies are indicating that sleep is one of the most important health factor, and certainly the most neglected.
    • One night of poor sleep causes more insulin resistance than 6 months of bad diet. Crazy!
    • Good sleep helps with everything! From mood to stress to health choices!
    • Bad sleep habits is as detrimental to your health as being obese, being sedentary or having a bad diet.
    • And the trend of disease matches the decline in sleep amounts over time as well.
    • Everyone seems to be using stimulants to cover up for sleep deprivation, and then keep us from sleeping well at night. It's affecting our health!
    • Check out Matt's post, Propped Up By Stimulants
    • Of course, don't feel badly if you're not getting your sleep right now. Things happen! But keep in mind what will be really beneficial for your health.
    • With a new baby, sleep when the baby sleeps is great advice. Your baby won't benefit by you being a superwoman if it means you're too tired and sacrificing your health
  • Kelly says, "Hey ladies love the podcast! I keep seeing people wearing amber glasses before bed. Does that really help with sleep?" (29:13)
    • Mark Sisson came on the show and talked about amber glasses for night time in Episode 27!
    • Get yours here!
    • Amber glasses do work! They help you go to sleep quicker with better quality.
    • They work by tricking your body and brain into thinking that you're in twilight. Meanwhile, our lightbulbs don't convince us that it's day time or its night time. And our computer and TV screens make us think it's day.
    • Get F Lux for your computer
    • Wear them two to three hours before bed to help with dim light melatonin production that is triggered by sunset.
  • Shannon says, "I feel like you have talked about a favorite or recommended mattress brand in the past but I can't find anything on your site. I like all natural latex mattresses with organic cotton and/or wool, but I am open to looking at other options. Do you have something you like to recommend? Thanks in advance!"
    • Stacy uses a Sleep Number bed.
    • Lots of paleo experts are recommending a firmer mattress for alignment issues.
    • Here is PaleOMG's mattress review
  • Get gainz (with a ZED) from getting your zeds!
  • Ok, true story: There's a reason why we spell things the way we do in America and why it's different from every other English speaking country: Noah Webster. Webster wrote the first dictionary of American English (as opposed to Samuel Johnson's dictionary of English English) and he very specifically wanted to simplify all spellings and eliminate extra letters for clarity. And that included the extra U.
  • Thank you for listening!
  • Outro (39:16)

  

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Ep. 205, Melissa Joulwan and the Weekly Cookup

The Paleo View TPV 205 Melissa Joulwan

In this episode, Stacy and Sarah talk to Melissa Joulwan of MelJoulwan.com about her system of meal planning and her weekly cookups that help organize her week of food preparation.

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The Paleo View (TPV), Episode 205: Melissa Joulwan and the Weekly Cookup!

  • Intro (0:00)
  • News and Views (0:40)
    • It's true! Two Hundred Five Episodes without missing an episode!
    • See Melissa Joulwan at MelJoulwan.com (formerly The Clothes Make the Girl) and buy her awesome cookbooks Well Fed and Well Fed 2!
    • Melissa is into the weekly batch cooking process and writes about it in both books as well as her blog.
    • Melissa uses this process so that she can decide on the spur of the moment what to have and prepare very quickly.
    • She divides it into two sets of food kinds: Recipes and Piles (Hot Plates).
    • More on Hot Plates here. They're essentially throwing together meat, veggies, spices and sauce very quickly. She just has a series of prepared "piles" of ingredients you can quickly throw together in a stir fry.
    • Meal planning makes things easier for you, makes cooking less of a chore, saves on waste and saves money!
    • For more on cookups, check out these links:
    • Instant Pot: Makes slow cooking super fast
    • Melissa says that people need 4-6 ounces of meat per meal, or 1 1/2 pound of meat feeds four people.
    • She also says that people eat 1-2 servings of fruit and 2 cups of vegetables per day.
    • Eat Like a Dinosaur has a favorite cookup recipe, Halupki Casserole.
    • Yes, me and my brothers all raced through dinners. But it was because there was only ever enough to give seconds to two or three of us! And we liked eating! And there were 4 of us!
    • These days, we always TRY to have leftovers after dinner. Doesn't always happen, but we try.
    • Some recipes taste better the second day!
    • Get a board to keep track of your leftovers! Don't eat mold like us!
    • To check out the Paleo Parents meal plans, go here
    • Melissa has a new book coming out November 1: Well Fed Weeknights: Complete Paleo Meals in 45 Minutes or Less
    • It really will take you 45 minutes to cook from scratch, but there's also instructions on how to use cookups to make them in 10-20 minutes.
    • You can also get PDF samplers of her cookbooks that include recipes and how-to info:
    • Melissa is in Vermont right now, but will be moving to Prague soon! Awesome!
  • Thank you for listening!
  • Outro (39:16)

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Ep. 204, Stacy's Physical and Mental Recovery

In this episode, Stacy opens up about her struggles since her back injury last year from lifting a bag of concrete in a garden and how she is doing now. Real talk about depression, medical intervention and managing a huge life change.The Paleo View TPV 204 Stacys Physical and Mental Recovery

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The Paleo View (TPV), Episode 204: Stacy's Physical and Mental Recovery

  • Intro (0:00) (Now newer and shorter!)
  • News and Views (0:40)
    • Stacy and Sarah discuss how their Seinfeld hello is not their natural way to talk to each other.
    • Stacy is nervous about this show, but Sarah is confident it will be amazing
    • Stacy's injury
      • Last summer she hurt her back and has had a lot of false starts and dead ends in her healing.
      • In the end, she was diagnosed 11 months after the actual injury.
      • Surprisingly, it wasn't Strongman that injured her. In fact, it was wrestling against United States Strongest Woman Viv in a different sport (MAS Wrestling) and lifting a bag of concrete in a garden that did it.
      • Backs like to be moved up and down, not side to side and twisting. And the MAS wrestling is a LOT of twisting.
      • Stacy was recovering from that original injury and lifting again, but her pride in a community garden event got the better of her and she decided to try to lift a waterlogged bag of concrete to prove a boy wrong. That was the biggest injury.
      • Her diagnosis in herniated discs in her 4th and 5th lumbar discs. The fifth lumbar disc is impinging a nerve on the right side. This is a very common "gardening" injury.
      • Because of her "redhead" mutation, Stacy has a high body pain tolerance and a resistance to many pain killers (This is true!). So part of what made her treatment delayed was downplaying how much she was in pain.
      • Her injury ended up flaring severely after she returned from Europe after a 12 hour flight, travel stress and unusual diet. This led to a freak out in the doctor's office, which led to her actually getting the MRI and the diagnosis.
    • What happens to your life when you have a bad injury that changes your life?
      • Stacy had really built her life around strength training. She gave talks, made friends, got a lot of benefits from it. She went from entering a competition she had a great shot at winning to not lifting for a year.
      • Her quality of life was severely affected. At first she tried to cope by focusing on getting to relax, but after prolonged time away from the gym, it became quite depressing to see her friends getting better and her being unable to participate.
      • Everyone who knew Stacy understood how much Strongman had become a part of her identity. And then the fact she couldn't do it anymore was crushing.
    • Luckily, her injury is treatable. It can be treated with physical therapy and other medical intervention or, as a last resort, surgery. But there are some complementary interventions as well.
      • Back injuries are difficult to heal because they don't take up nutrients the same way other body parts do. There is no blood flow.
      • She'll be doing physical therapy to correct muscle imbalance and relieve pressure on disc.
      • Sarah looked into nutrient deficiencies related to back issues and what supplements could possibly assist.
      • Because disc get all nutrients from diffusion, you have to be very nutrient sufficient.
      • Discs are made with very hard collagen on the outside and gooey center.
      • Sarah recommends the Type 2 collagen from Vital Proteins because Type 2 is what makes up the disc.
      • She also recommends Glucosamine and Chondroitin supplements.
      • Also, Vitamin D deficiency is related to disc injury as well.
      • Less well supported is Vitamin C and Zinc and Fish oil for pain management.
      • Originally, she tried to find things to increase blood flow, but realized that wasn't possible.
    • One of the side effects of this huge injury and life change was serious depression.
      • Not only the loss of her sport, but she also was upset with herself, blaming herself for being lazy and making it up to be worse than it was.
      • She was also very irritable and angry because of her chronic pain. He desire to binge eat returned as well.
      • She started seeing a psychiatrist to deal with her issues. She went on an SSRI to help with her mood and binge eating.
      • The diagnosis led to a lot of self loathing and feelings of failure. She cried for many days and didn't get it filled right away.
      • She ended up deciding to take medication because she wanted her quality of life back, she deserved it and the people in her life deserved it, too.
      • Returning from the doctor and confronting those feelings led her to do searches on paleo and depression. She found a worrying article (and frankly irresponsible article) by Chris Kresser about the "dark side" of antidepressants.
      • She was doing all the things that should help restore her and they weren't working! If you've done everything and still not feeling well, then you deserve a great quality of life and shouldn't feel guilty about taking a pill!
      • Going on the medication made her get her quality of life back! She now feels great!
      • If you're going through something, don't feel like a failure if you have to go on medication. YOU ARE NOT A FAILURE! YOU JUST NEED A LITTLE HELP!
      • The Paleo View always talks about how you should combine both the best of nutritional and lifestyle changes with the best of modern medicine. This definitely includes mental health as well.
      • In paleo, there's often a bias against medicine and doctors because people come to it out of frustration. But medicine absolutely has its place, if you use it in balance.
      • Sarah feels that now "old" Stacy's back lately.
      • We hope that if you listen to this show, you use it as a catalyst to try to help yourself and the people in your life that seem to be a little not themselves.
      • Stacy finally feels like she's in a good place and she can recognize that not lifting in a year isn't the worst thing that could have happened.
  • Thank you for listening!
  • Outro (47:07)

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Ep. 203, Cyndi O'Meara and the What's With Wheat Movie

The Paleo View TPV 203 Cyndi OMeara Whats with Wheat

In this episode, Stacy and Sarah talk to Cyndi O'Meara of ChangingHabits.com.au and producer of the What's With Wheat documentary movie about making such an ambitious project and talking to so many experts! 

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The Paleo View (TPV), Episode 203: Cyndi O'Meara and the What's With Wheat Movie

  • Intro (0:00)
  • News and Views (0:56)
    • Our guest is Australian Cyndi O'Meara of Changing Habits!
    • Also maker of a new documentary What's With Wheat (featuring Sarah!)
    • Cyndi has a fascinating history!
      • Her mom had 7 brothers, all with haemophilia, which she suspects might due to lead chemicals on the family corn farm in Iowa
      • But the Australian branch did not have health problems and Cyndi wanted to figure out how with an elimination diet
      • So many health benefits right away! The best she'd felt in a decade.
      • She realized that wheat was the number one issue with her and went on to research and discover why that is
    • It's a part of Sarah and many people's health journey to understand what factors contribute to your health.
    • The movie ends on a positive note of "just cook tasty food! It's easier than you think!"
    • Everyone is influenced by Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead
    • Rodney Ford was the only person she could find around Australia talking about gluten and wheat.
    • Everyone was so fascinating that she included extended interviews with all the experts.
    • All the experts were given the same questions, but gave very different answers.
    • When she interviewed Stephanie Seneff, her mind was blown, particularly about the shikimate pathway.
      • The shikimate pathway is a metabolic process that every lifeform except animals use to create certain amino acids.
      • Because animals cannot make these amino acids because they cannot do the shikimate pathway, they are essential amino acids that must be obtained in food
    • There were so many topics that there wasn't time to cover in the documentary. Maybe a What's With Wheat 2?!
    • Sarah is a big fan of documentaries for fun, so it was special to see herself in one.
    • Everyone had a great message and perspective, and one question that they were an expert in.
    • Cyndi is constantly combating skeptics who doubt that non-Celiac gluten sensitivity exists (she often links them to Dr. Fasano).
    • Changing Habits has a series of education programs to help people to learn because learning, particularly in diet and nutrition for doctors, will be the key to spreading the healthy message.
    • Why can't we have our health message go viral when, for example, Ancel Keys was bad and incorrect health message that went viral as anti-saturated fat propaganda.
    • Continued studies find different information when further research is done, but we don't quickly update our understanding.
    • Only 8-11% of grants are funded so research is very limited. Particular for following up of hypotheses.
    • And scientists are overworked as well as they try to keep finding research that will be funded with the limited funds available. 100 hour weeks hurt Sarah's health.
    • Also, science is being misrepresented by sensationalist media.
    • Remember: generally one study won't change the overall scientific consensus.
    • Saturated fat does cause insulin resistance, but there's a evolutionary reason for it. Generally, you'll find for every weird quirk of the human body, there's a reason it got to be that way.
    • Find Cyndi's documentary at Whatswithwheat.com (And the prices are in Australian dollars, so they'll be 30% off in US Dollars!)
    • You'll find former TPV guests Mark Sisson, Terry Wahls (who wrote the forward for The Paleo Approach), Joel Salatin (who wrote the forward for Beyond Bacon). Also, Pete Evans who's partner Charlotte Carr has been on the show. Also Sally Fallon, who we've talked about. Should be interesting, considering Sally and Joel aren't necessarily anti-wheat.
    • This might be a great resource for someone who doesn't want to do paleo but might be benefited by eliminating wheat.
  • Thank you for listening!
  • Outro (48:19)

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Ep. 202, Paleo Challenges

In this episode, Stacy and Sarah talk about Paleo Challenges and what separates them. Then they talk about what could happen if you have disordered eating and attempt a challenge and who it would work well for.
The Paleo View TPV 202 Paleo Challenges

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The Paleo View (TPV), Episode 202: Paleo Challenges

  • Intro (0:00)
  • News and Views (0:56)
  • Our Topic: The Paleo Challenges (7:52)
    • Robb Wolf of The Paleo Solution used to do seminars, then endorsed the Hartwigs and Diane Sanfilippo
    • Diane eventually joined with Liz Wolfe
    • Robb's original idea was "try it for 30 days and see how you feel"
    • Paleo didn't start with Whole30, but that is an entry point for many people.
    • The two main challenges: Whole 30 and 21 Day Sugar Detox
    • Whole30 (It Starts With Food)
      • Do it for 30 days, do it clean, no slip ups or you have to start over!
      • Stacy's Whole 30 posts here and here
      • Focuses on no grains, no legumes, no processed foods, no sugars at all
      • You cannot recreate regular foods on your Whole 30, a concept they call SWYPO, which is rooted in food context, not in food ingredients or nutrients
      • With challenges, Stacy was always focused on "what can I get away with" because of her disordered eating
      • See her post on Is Your Paleo Challenge Justifying Disordered Eating for how all challenges can promote disordered eating patterns
    • 21 Day Sugar Detox
      • Various levels of strict sugar restriction
      • On most restrictive level, no sugar of any kind, including limiting high sugar vegetables and excluding all fruit except a single green apple or green tipped banana
      • Stacy did many of these and has lots of recipes and food journals here.
      • Definitely triggered Stacy "trying to get away" with foods with that one apple or banana.
      • Sarah concerned about going too low carb. See her take on potential adverse effects here. See Stefani Ruper on what signs indicate you need to eat more carbs.
      • People often dive into a 21 Day Sugar Detox and then dive into sugar after.
      • It also seems people "wing it" based on rumors about the programs rather than getting the straight information. Diane has carb recommendations for active people in her program, for example.
      • You don't want to screw up your hormones and break your metabolism on these challenges! See Episode 195 for more infomation!
    • These challenges have been an entry point for paleo for many people!
      • We hear from many people who go on and off challenges and see paleo as a yo-yo diet, but that's not what's intended!
      • Stacy says if you do more than three challenges in a year, it probably says that you have disordered eating patterns
      • When first going paleo, it was months before either Stacy or Sarah even tried to make a paleo treat, which was a key to their success.
    • Stacy and Sarah prefer the Whole Life Challenge
      • It's a points based system that rewards you for lifestyle factors as well as food choices.
      • You can be honest and take point reductions when you choose not to follow the plan strictly.
      • Lifestyle factors can count for more than just a simple food choice.
      • Factors include: stretching, water, meditation, etc.
      • Stacy has posts here and here on WLC
      • Online system in a group setting. You compete against your own goals.
      • There's also a fitness test at the beginning and end that will allow you to see your progress.
      • There's a little bit of a game aspect with the point system that gives you more immediate rewards. Getting that reward activates a sense of satisfaction
    • And of course if you want a different approach to switching, try Real Life Paleo!
  • There might be a guest next week! Or not!
  • Thank you for listening!
  • Outro (47:58)

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Ep. 201, Schools of Paleo Thought

In this episode, Stacy and Sarah discuss all the competing, yet similar versions of paleo that fall into the larger paleo tent. What do they have in common, and what separates them?The Paleo View TPV 201 Schools of Paleo Thought  

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The Paleo View (TPV), Episode 201: Schools of Paleo Thought

  • Intro (0:00)
  • News and Views (1:18)
    • Happy Longest Day of the Year!
    • Sarah and Stacy talk about their kids on the swim team. Go kids! Swimming daily has helped our kids build their confidence in the water
    • Stacy and Sarah both are taking the summer off from big projects to play with the kids.
  • Our Topic: The Schools of Paleo Thought (10:58)
    • There is no central organization of Paleo, so there's room to develop different ideas from different thought leaders.
    • We thought it would be interesting to go over the different ideas
    • All paleo leaders agree: we're trying to eat the diet that makes us feel the best.
    • People are individual: Stacy eats some heavy cream, but no popcorn, for example, but Sarah is the exact opposite!
    • The similarities between philosophies are greater than the differences.
    • Standard Paleo
      • Robb Wolf and Loren Cordain: Grain-Free, Legume-Free, Dairy-Free, Refined sugar-free, Refined oil-free
      • Chris Kresser and Sarah add: find the most nutrient dense foods to add to your diet
      • Loren Cordain is also very low carb and low fat as well. His anti-green bean and anti-potato stances and anti-salt are not generally accepted
      • The Cordain stance on lean meats is due to the idea that most meat isn't grass fed or game meats, thus not what humans are designed to eat, but he's simplified to lean meats to try to be more understood.
      • Check out Episode 88 on balancing Omega 3 and Omega 6 fats for informations of fat types
    • Primal
      • Mark Sisson created Primal
      • It includes dairy and also includes a lot of lifestyle factors, including the 80/20 rule.
      • 80/20 rule has been widely adopted, including in the second edition of The Paleo Diet
      • Mark came into the paleo seen from the side when paleo and primal followers realized they had a lot in common.
      • Early paleo focused on the whys of paleo, but Mark was one of the pioneers who talked about building a sustainable lifestyle.
      • People who think paleo, think challenge. Then people enter paleo with a strict challenge mind set
    • Whole 9 Life/Whole 30
      • Their approach is a very strict approach inside of the challenge, but outside of the challenge are much looser. For example, the Hartwigs will eat gluten.
      • People tend to think the Whole 30 rules should apply all the time when they approach paleo from the Whole 30
    • Lots of different subgroups and controversies have stepped up
      • Low Carb vs. Safe Starch
      • Low Fat vs. High Fat
      • Lacto-Paleo/Primal
      • Perfect Health Diet (Primal + Rice #TeamWhiteRice)
      • Weston A. Price (Grass fed Dairy plus Soaked, Sprouted, Cooked Grains and Legumes)
        • You can ferment wheat to the point that it tests as gluten-free, though a celiac probably shouldn't touch it.
        • But even the gluten-free labeling threshold (20 parts per million) can cause reactions in people with severe sensitivity
      • Auto-immune Paleo (like Sarah)
      • The Allergy people
        • Often they need very specialized recipes.
    • Sometimes you'll go to a site with a different philosophy and find recipes that don't align with your ideas.
      • Russ Crandall, the Domestic Man, is a very talented cook, but he's Perfect Health Diet. His recipes include Dairy and Rice, often times. People are constantly telling him that he's "wrong" or "not paleo"
      • Different paleo ideas don't make you wrong, they just make you different!
      • Russ had open heart surgery and a stroke and his own diet gave him back his health!
    • There are as many ways to implement paleo as their are people who do it!
    • Figure out what the optimal version of this nutrient-dense, anti-inflammatory, whole food-based diet is for you!
    • And remember: We're all on the same team!
    • Next week, we'll talk about all the different paleo challenges and we might have a soap box or two!
  • Thank you for listening!
  • Outro (46:23)

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