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Episode 196 – AHS Recap

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  1. Janice Horn
    August 20, 2013 at 10:17 am

    I am 73 years old and I have been on Paleo for about 4 months. My husband also. We feel great but I am concerned that I am losing too much weight. My goal was 120 but I now weigh 114. I am not starving myself for sure. Do your see this as normal with this diet? I have been at 114 for a couple of weeks so maybe this is my set point.

    • julianne
      August 25, 2013 at 4:41 pm

      I’ve had a couple of older female clients lose quite a lot of weight to the point they are concerned. One of the problems is in my observation, lack of muscle mass. Paleo maximises fat loss, and when lost – the low lean mass becomes obvious. We lose approx 250 grams of muscle per year after the age of 30. Unless you make a concerted effort and do regular weight resistant exercise this happens.
      I’d suggest building your muscle. Lift heavy weights, and build up you strength.

  2. Michael C
    August 20, 2013 at 10:39 am

    I look forward to hearing Dr. Hall’s talk when it comes out. As someone who lives in Reno I found Dr. Hall through you and your mention of Specialty Health. He(and you) have made a big difference in my life and health. Hell, just finding a doc who doesn’t treat me like a nut when I talk about paleo is great. Thanks for doing what you do.

  3. Christine
    August 20, 2013 at 11:17 am

    Regarding getting paleo to the masses, there is something disturbing to me about the idea of trying to appease people who don’t believe in evolution. Should this movement (if you want to call it that) be open and welcoming to all? Absolutely. And there is ample evidence to suggest that plenty of creationists have adopted this lifestyle. (I was shocked to see a recent survey, according to which only 67% of people who eat paleo actually accept evolution!)

    However, in the same sense that you can lead a horse to water, but can’t make it drink, I see little point in pushing this on people who are too far gone to accept a concept that makes even minor overt references to evolution. The fact that creationism is still alive and kicking is something that depresses and frustrates me to no end.

    • kem
      August 23, 2013 at 1:24 am

      Shocked? Only half of you Americans know that life evolved by natural selection… it only stands to reason.

      • rather ripped
        August 23, 2014 at 8:34 pm

        No we didn’t

  4. Stephanie
    August 20, 2013 at 2:01 pm

    I’m curious what the standard deviation of the “ideal waist to hip ratio” of men is. That is extremely relevant to the topic, especially for women who are already so neurotic about their size. No use starving oneself if one is already within one standard deviation of the mean.

    • sonny
      August 21, 2013 at 7:17 am

      0.7 is also correlated w estrogen levels and w fertility.
      For men , ideal is 0.9

  5. kem
    August 20, 2013 at 7:27 pm

    Nice podcast. But how long do I have to wait to listen to (my intellectual hero) Nassim Taleb. I read the books in the wrong order, I guess.

  6. sonny
    August 21, 2013 at 7:26 am

    NO SLEEP TILL RENO

    Peer reviewed and doubleblind im keepin it real
    watch me blow your mind
    my job aint a job its a damn good time
    city to city watch me change your paradigm
    aint no fakin your jerky im takin
    goin to the bunny ranch watching all the girlies shakin
    while your at the job sitting 9 to5 robb wolfs in the garden cold
    squattin it live
    another plane another train another diaper down the drain
    Zoe’s loopy she tries to eat poopy, kresser gives the green light but tellhim
    he can go clean her shite.
    tour around the world, you rockard the clock
    melatonin and prolactin goin all whack
    Frontdesk out front and Zoe got my back we’re goin glutenfree like its
    goin out of style
    gettin paid along the way cuz its worth your while
    4 on the floor, nicki out the door, zoes still on my back cuz shes
    snoozin w a snore. got a safe in the trunk w jerky in a stack w cookies
    in the front and renos in the back
    aint seen sunlight since we started this trip.MMA time to fight my man
    born and bredin chico. the USA. They callme RW but im MMA
    Like a lemon toa lime a bee to honey isip a norcal
    w all the fine bunnies
    got a Subie a house and a podcast show
    All debtfree for when the sucker blows

    NO SLEEP TILL RENO!

  7. Alex
    August 29, 2013 at 7:51 pm

    You should get Dr. Spencer Nadolsky on here (leaner living)

    Alan Aragon would be cool

    Also, Eric Helms from 3DMJ would be awesome

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