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46 – Natural movement benefits, paleo-ish shopping, cholesterol myths

(duration 36:01) In this show, Kevin shares his recent natural movement experiences in Austin with Erwan for a day (and I share my unnatural movement experience on the ranch;). It’s important to understand the mental side of natural movement and conditioning in general; be focused and mindful, so as to excel and avoid injuries. Kevin …

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45 – Natural Movement with guest Erwan Le Corre

(duration: 36:05) In this inspiring interview, we explore with Erwan the nature of practical and adaptive movement that enables truly excelling in health and fitness, as well as an ethics of contributing to the well-being of others (an emphasis on collaboration rather than competition). MovNat brings about feelings of personal empowerment, confidence, freedom and efficiency. …

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44 – Good parenting habits, kids and food

(duration 19:55) Join us in our continuing discussion about childhood eating and the best methods of parenting (feel free to comment below the show notes). Promoting reason, respect, and rational self-interest is key to great eating habits. The quest for good nutritional knowledge must be engaged in by both adults and kids, as a partnership. …

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43 – More answers to listener questions, eating habits of kids, parenting

(duration 18:28) In this show we offer further answers to questions by listeners, this time dealing with persuading others, particularly children, about healthy mind fit body lifestyle choices. Ultimately, it’s about respect and understanding, rather than battles of the wills or controlling others’ behavior, such as prohibiting consumption of “forbidden” foods, which at base denies …

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42 – Answers to training and eating questions, persuading others

(duration 19:39) This episode we explore Kevin’s upcoming couple months deep in the heat/heart of Texas, non-sweet bbq, his blog post on the China Study, and then we offer our answers to a few questions by listeners–involving making additions to our site, sprint training, as well as persuading others about healthy mind fit body lifestyle …

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41 – Paleo solutions with guest Robb Wolf, part 2

(duration 35:56) In this second half of our interview with Robb Wolf, author of upcoming book The Paleo Solution, we discuss the potential ills of legumes, such as beans, peas, and peanut butter. Similar to grains, they have some inflammatory properties (but your individual results may vary). Another point covered was: given the plethora of …

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40 – Paleo solutions with guest Robb Wolf, part 1

(duration 31:57) This show is the first part of our two-part interview with Robb Wolf, a paleo-oriented strength and conditioning coach with a biochemistry background. He offers his insights about the paleo eating regimen and the problems with modern diets. We ask him about his own evolution to the paleo lifestyle, from sick vegetarian, to …

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39 – Healthy confidence and optimal lifestyle eating

(duration 23:27) We discuss a mix of things in this show, starting with my recent experience with food poisoning (wasn’t pretty) and Kevin’s July 4th holiday foodstuff experiences. Confidence comes with being aligned with what’s healthy and good for you and being able to achieve your values in life. And confidence in how you look …

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38 – Interview with Dr. James Carlson, part 2

(duration 31:24) In this show Kevin finishes interviewing Dr. James Carlson, who provides us with a wealth of biochemistry knowledge and experiences with patients (and fellow physicians) concerning the ills of the typical dietary (and thus drug) prescription by most health care “authorities”–as well as the vast benefits of eating the proper foods (lower carb …

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