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Animal Protein and a Whole-Foods Diet: What the Science Says
Science supports the consumption of animal protein as part of a whole-foods diet. Find out why, and learn more about why we should think twice before accepting claims that meat is harmful.
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Why You Should Eat Meat: My Appearance on the Joe Rogan Experience
Omnivore or vegan—which is healthier? This is the question that Dr. Joel Kahn and I debated live on the Joe Rogan Experience. Read on to get the highlights from the show.
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What the $#@! Is Wrong with What the Health?
In this episode, we’re talking about a Netflix documentary called What the Health. Read on to find out what peer-reviewed science actually tells us about human nutrition.
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Eat Meat, Just Source It Sustainably
Do you feel guilty eating meat? Have you been led to believe that a vegetarian or vegan diet is the most environmentally friendly?
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Are Vegetarian Diets Better for the Microbiome?
It is true that some studies show vegetarian diets are better for the microbiome and eating meat is associated with unfavorable changes in the microbiome.
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Ask the RD: Post Meal Sugar Cravings and Overdosing on Liver
In this episode, Laura and Kelsey are answering listener questions about sugar cravings while on a paleo diet and how much liver in the diet is too much.
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Does Eating Red Meat Increase the Risk of Diabetes?
A recent study suggests that consumption of red meat contributes to (or even causes) inflammation and impaired glucose metabolism. How valid is this notion?
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How to Eat More Organ Meats
While organ meats have gotten a little more attention in the Paleo community recently, many people still don’t quite appreciate how vital it is to include these nutritional powerhouses in their regular diet.
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The Acid-Alkaline Myth: Part 1
Some theorize that it is in our best interest to make sure we eat more alkaline foods than acid foods to protect us from modern diseases. But is this valid?
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