100 – HMFB takeaways

February 1, 2013

(duration 55:52)

hmfbpostpicIn this final episode (yes, we’re ending at the century mark), we share some of our stories abroad, such as coconuts and natural pedestrian movement in Vietnam. ;) We cover some of the highlights over the past few years, as well as some typical flawed messages from the mainstream, such as the DASH diet. Salt is not really the demon that we’ve been advised to avoid, but a rather important mineral for healthy functioning–same goes for fat; the widespread fat phobia (or phat fobia;) is terribly unfortunate. Self-knowledge via self-esteem principles and the process of connecting with feelings and needs (nonviolent communication) will enable you to really improve your health and enrich your life. Thanks for listening and for being part of our journey. Best wishes to you all, and make sure to follow your bliss. =)

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Items mentioned in this episode:

Kev’s other blog…




BIL 2012 – Dave Asprey – Bio Hacking, Longevity Via Salt
Open Season on Salt: What the Science on Hypertension Really Shows

and now, for some levity…
beware the “bacon crusted rolls”…
“2012 Debates Highlights” — A Bad Lip Reading of the 2012 US Presidential…
and the “orange peanut”…
“THE NFL : A Bad Lip Reading” — A Bad Lip Reading of the NFL
and the “hoo hah, cherry soda!”…
“Ron Paul” — A BLR Soundbite

sensible sustainability…

The Basics of Non Violent Communication 1.1

extra psychological/philosophical resources…

thanks to Mike for our voiceovers (intro and outro). here’s where you can hear more of “the voice”…


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4 comments on “100 – HMFB takeaways

  1. I’m really going to miss your podcast. It has always had relevant information and you made it fun to listen to.

    • Thanks a lot, Deb. Glad you enjoyed it so much. :) It was a lot of fun for us to make as well. Best wishes!

  2. Jeff S Dec 10, 2013

    Thanks guys, I have recently gone back into the podcasts and I am enjoying them all over again, some classic stuff there and great interviews.

    • You’re very welcome, Jeff. Thanks for listening! Indeed these ideas about nutrition and fitness apply at any time (regardless of the particular junk food pyramid being pitched to us;). Cheers and best wishes, W

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