Episode 10: Simon Wegerif

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Heart Rate Variability (HRV) is a measure of the time between individual heart beats and, as physiological phenomena go, this might not seem very remarkable. What is remarkable however, is what HRV tells us about the balance between the two main branches of our autonomic, or involuntary nervous system. Between them, the processes of rest […]

Episode 9: Dr. Hamilton Stapell

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The popularity of the Paleo movement is surging, and for many people the concept is appealing because of the state of our times: too much technology, processed food and sedentary living. But is Paleo the first of its kind? What can previous back-to-nature philosophies tell us about where the modern Paleo movement is heading? To […]

Episode 8: Aglaee Jacob

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Hippocrates, considered by many to be the father of western medicine, is quoted as once saying, “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” But in today’s world, food is often the last thing doctors discuss. Patients are subjected to a laundry list of expensive tests and treatments designed to address symptoms rather […]

Episode 7: Ben Greenfield and Joe Friel

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There are a lot of myths about endurance sports.  Whether it’s, running is bad for your knees, that you need to carb up, or that you wantonly burn away dietary indiscretions with cardio.  To clear up the confusion and to discover how the Paleo lifestyle fits into endurance training, Tony invites two experts onto the […]

Episode 6: Dr David Pendergrass

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In this episode, Tony talks to Dr. David Pendergrass, Director of Applied Sciences at Kansas University.  Dr. D lectures on topics such as biochemistry, mammalian physiology, brain dissection, and neurobiology, and also happens to think that Paleo represents an optimal approach to health. In the second half of the show Tony chats with one of […]

Episode 5: Stacy Toth & Krista Scott Dixon

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Women make up over half of the population in the United States and there are numerous diets, weight loss products and services marketed to them in the quest for health, beauty and happiness. But do these cause more harm than good? Is there a better way for women to reach their goals, or do the goals themselves need revisiting? […]

Episode 4: Keith and Michelle Norris

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In the fourth episode of PMR, Tony chats with PaleoFX organizers, Keith and Michelle Norris. They discuss last year’s event and we get a sneak peek into what they have planned for PaleoFX13, which will be held at the end of March in Austin, Texas. We round out this episode with a conversation with Brenda […]

Episode 3: Paul Jaminet

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In episode 3, Tony chats with Paul Jaminet, astrophysicist turned diet guru and author of the Perfect Health Diet. A newly revised version of his book has just been released and they talk about what the new version of his book has to say about achieving perfect health. Tony also talks with a 78 year […]

Episode 2: Loren Cordain

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In the second episode of PMR, your host, Tony Federico talks to the guy who really started it all—Professor Loren Cordain, author of The Paleo Diet, The Paleo Diet for Athletes, and The Paleo Answer. In the second half of the show Tony chats with Kim Ludeman, a personal trainer and fitness consultant who made the switch to Paleo a […]

Episode 1: Cain Credicott

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Episode One of Paleo Magazine Radio. Host, Tony Federico, talks with Cain Credicott, editor/publisher of Paleo Magazine about the paleo lifestyle and where he sees the movement heading. CLICK HERE for a full transcript of the show!   Links related to the show Fitness in an Evolutionary Direction “Like” Fitness in an Evolutionary Direction on […]