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Throughout my training and practice as a physician I have come to one very disappointing conclusion: Western medicine isn’t helping people lead better lives. Now that I’ve realized this, I’ve become obsessed with understanding what makes us healthy or ill. I want to live the best life I can and I want to be able to share this knowledge with others so that they can do the same. This podcast is the result of my relentless search to understand the roots of chronic disease. I hope you’ll join me ...
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This week, Paul is re-sharing a popular episode about how to lose weight, healthily. He first speaks on how not to lose weight and why he believes the mainstream paradigm for weight loss is flawed. He dives into what he believes makes humans fat in the first place, actionable steps to take for weight loss including how to increase satiety, and why …
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This week, Paul chats with cardiologist, public health campaigner and author, Aseem Malhotra. They touch on pharmaceuticals, statins, and whether LDL cholesterol is a big deal. They also provide tools to assess your metabolic health and stress levels in an objective manner. 00:09:38 Podcast begins 00:10:38 What sparked Aseem’s interest in the root …
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On today’s episode, Paul talks about the importance of dairy in our diets, where to get our calcium, the problems with pasteurization, the differences between A1 versus A2 versus raw milk, and the benefits of not only raw dairy, but colostrum as well. 00:10:20 Ancestral consistency of dairy 00:16:35 Nutrients available in milk 00:27:30 The history …
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On today’s episode, Paul walks you through a full day and highlights where you may be encountering household toxins such as pslalates, parabens, BPA, and fragrances in your life. Paul gives you resources and solutions for you to rid yourself of environmental toxins, and claim your birthright to fertility and overall health. 00:11:30 Food and water’…
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In this week’s podcast, Paul sits down in person with Shannen Michaela, a well-known contortionist on social media who just happened to move to Costa Rica and is expecting her first child. Shannen shares her story from being a vegan in her teen years with acne and birth control struggles to now eating an animal-based diet to optimize fertility and …
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This week, Paul talks all about skin: how to take care of your skin, what you should and should not eat to have healthy, radiant skin, how to heal skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis and acne. He shares why the sun itself is highly beneficial for our skin and overall health, and although the sun deftly is not harming you, your sunscreen may be. …
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This week, Paul breaks down his latest set of bloodwork from March 2023. He not only reviews his own levels and ratios, but gives you an idea of what blood work you may want to order, and how to interpret it. 00:04:20 Why you may consider getting your own blood work done 00:11:00 What Paul eats in a day 00:13:40 Fasting insulin & prolactin 00:19:55…
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This week, Paul has Georgi Dinkov back on the podcast for the third time to cover a plethora of topics: the benefits versus risks of carbohydrates, polyunsaturated fatty acids in cell membranes, the root causes of diabetes and cancer, and so much more. 00:08:45 Raising children in the modern world 00:10:10 Can we extend our lifespan through fasting…
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In this week’s episode, Paul chats with member of the biohacking space and author, Dave Asprey. They touch on phytic acid, oxalates and seed oils, they deep dive into fructose, they explain why peanut butter is one of the worst foods for humans, and they share their differing views on whether coffee is beneficial. 00:11:10 Can vegetables be low inf…
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In this week’s podcast, Paul sits down with starting safety of the LA Rams, Taylor Rapp. Taylor shares how an animal-based diet has changed his performance, recovery, and outlook. They get into the importance of high-quality carbohydrate sources, eliminating seed oils, and how to spread the animal-based message in the professional sports world. 00:…
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In this episode, Paul talks to Sally K Norton about all things oxalates. They deep dive into why foods that we may think of as “healthy” should be avoided due to their defense chemicals, which foods have high versus low oxalates, and how to know if we are suffering from oxalate overload. 00:10:35 The problem with greens: beet greens, spinach and ch…
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On this week’s podcast, Paul chats with pharmacist and author, James Nicholas Antonio They cover carbs and creatine for post-exercise, their thoughts on fasting and keto, insulin resistance, magnesium, and hydration optimization. Tune in to hear how James believes you can optimize your health in addition to an animal-based diet. 00:07:30 Reviewing …
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On this week’s podcast, Paul talks to wildlife biologist, Forrest Galante. They chat about Forrest’s adventures across the globe, and they dive into his experiences with indigenous cultures from an anthropological perspective. 00:11:30 Forrest’s upcoming expedition 00:19:40 Differing diets and lifestyles of cultures around the world (Pima Indians) …
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This week’s podcast features Paul as a guest on Radical Health Radio, a new Heart and Soil podcast. Paul is interviewed about his story: his hobbies, his habits, and how he thinks and learns about medicine and health as a whole. He also answers questions from live callers about their health challenges and about animal-based eating. 00:08:43 Podcast…
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Today on the podcast, Paul hosts Will Harris to talk about the power of regenerative agriculture. Will tells his story in how he began his farm, White Oak Pastures, and shares his thoughts and lived experience on regenerative versus factory farming, whether regenerative agriculture is scalable, and how raising cattle this way affects the carbon cyc…
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On today’s podcast, Paul debunks an article claiming that animal centered diets accelerate aging. He breaks down the epidemiology and observational evidence in this article, explains healthy user bias and unhealthy user bias, and shares studies that support his belief that in fact, vegan diets induce frailty, which in turn, accelerates aging. 00:10…
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This week, Paul covers several topics at a high level, alongside referencing previous detailed episodes. He is answering questions from his listeners about why animal-based eating is optimal, why meat is not harmful for humans, why vegetables are bad for us, and several other questions that he frequently gets asked. 00:10:55 Insulin resistance and …
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On this week’s podcast, Paul has Georgi Dinkov back on the show. They talk about serotonin and the dangers of SSRIs, the downfalls of overexercise, all about gut health, how to tell if your metabolism is working well, other tools to optimize your overall health, and so much more. 00:09:07 How SSRIs affected a crab population, and why serotonin isn’…
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In today’s podcast, Paul talks all about sugar, and why all sugar is not created equally. He talks about the benefits of including carbohydrates in your diet via honey, maple syrup, and fruit, especially if you are a recovering keto or carnivore dieter. He then dives deep on refined sugar, specifically high fructose corn syrup, and why you should a…
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On this week’s podcast, Paul is responding to claims that some of the information he shares on Instagram is “partial misinformation.” He is going to dismantle the independent fact checker article piece by piece, explaining not only why seed oils are indeed harmful for humans, but also why this kind of censorship is dangerous for our health environm…
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Paul talks about artificial sweeteners (Stevia, Sucralose, Aspartame) in this episode and how they appear to disrupt our guts, and impair glucose tolerance in both animal models and humans. He reiterates why he believes you should not fear sugar in the form of fruit, honey, and maple syrup and why adding carbohydrates to your diet is optimal. 00:09…
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Paul explains everything you need to know about an animal-based diet and why this diet is the optimal starting point for humans. He gives you 4 simple steps for things to remove from you diet, and 4 simple steps for things to add to your diet. He does a deep dives about the harm of high fructose corn syrup and artificial sweeteners. 00:07:53 Podcas…
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In today’s episode, Paul summarizes his favorite episodes from 2022. He gives a high level summary of the topics, as well as provides episode titles and numbers for you to hear more if you so wish. Time Stamps: 00:06:15 Podcast begins 00:07:29 Episode 148: The Blue Zones are BS 00:13:52 Episode 187: Meats vs. plants for longevity 00:16:23 Episode 1…
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In today’s episode, Paul chats with Bioenergetic Health researcher, Georgi Dinkov. They jump down the rabbit hole on a myriad of topics, including the distinction between table sugar and high-fructose corn syrup, how starch damages the gut, polyunsaturated fatty acids, sunlight, emfs and more. Sit back, relax and put on your open-minded thinking ca…
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On this week’s podcast, Paul takes you through his most recent blood work from November 2022, alongside his genetic results, as well as an abbreviated version of what he eats in a day. He talks about how his levels have changed since his previous bloodwork and, specifically, what he implemented to get his free testosterone up, and his sex-hormone b…
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