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Summary: We're on the journey of living a nourished life. This means eating real foods (like butter, grass fed meat and other nutrient-dense whole foods) and embracing a lifestyle that brings you mental and physical health (like getting plenty of sleep, managing stress, and basking in the sun!). Enjoy listening to experts talk about how you can improve your life by eating the right foods and making lifestyle changes that get results!
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Why is our society so addicted? Pam Killeen answers pressing questions about why addiction is so rampant in our society and what we can do about it. We'll be discussing preventing addictive behavior in children, better treatment programs for addicts, the surprising cost of addiction and much, much more!
Ever wonder why dieting is so hard or why your body seems to be "stuck" at a certain weight? Today we're talking with Matt Stone, independent health researcher and blogger from www.180metabolism.com/blogtalk. We'll be tackling some interesting issues like what is the weight set point, what foods and lifestyle habits make the weight set point go up, and how we can get the weight set point back down so healthy weight loss is effortless. Plus, learn why dieting may be your biggest mistake when it comes to your weight set point.
Learn to cook nutrient dense meat and seafood dishes with Ann Marie Michaels from Cheeseslave.com and her new e-course Surf and Turf. She takes all the guesswork out of selecting the best meat and seafood, cooking those intimidating organ meats, learning how to make your own broth and more! On this show we're discussing the importance of protein, how Ann Marie's new e-course is very GAPS friendly, Elizabeth's unnatural phobia of cooking seafood, ancestral diets, and what you'll learn if you sign up for the e-course!