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Guest Heretic Jason Prall of The Human Longevity Project ~ Part 2

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Jason Prall is on the Nutrition Heretic with the Human Longevity Project

Jason Prall is on the Nutrition Heretic with the Human Longevity Project

Welcome back to the second part of our interview with Jason Prall of the Human Longevity Project. Last week Jason shared the dietary wisdom we can glean from the world’s oldest inhabitants. Today, he’ll tell us about the meaning of life for people living in the Blue Zones and the most surprising takeaways from his film. You can go watch his film for free starting May 7th click here to sign up.

Jason has traveled the world for the last 15 months, to all the Blue Zones (Costa Rica, Greece, Italy, Okinawa) - and interviewed the world's leading researchers, doctors, experts, authors, etc... on building true health, healthy aging, and longevity.

Jason Prall is a Longevity and Optimal Health Practitioner who works remotely with individuals around world to provide solutions for those struggling with weight loss or suffering from complex health issues that their doctors have been unable to resolve.

You can learn more about the Human Longevity Project through their website.

Great Resources From Jason Prall:

The Human Longevity Project

The Human Longevity Project

Highlights from today's episode:

09:25 ~ Parallels between the Frenching Your Food summit and the Blue Zones.

10:48 ~  What people will find most surprising about the Human Longevity Project.

17:16 ~ How people can start applying the principles they learn in the film without getting neurotic and setting up the very stressors that they want to avoid.

20:39 ~ In Praise of Slowness.

25:12 ~ Steps to creating community for those who don't have one.

36:12 ~ How American culture has made it difficult to reach out to others.

44:11 ~ The role technology will take in longevity.

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Guest Heretic Jason Prall of The Human Longevity Project ~ Part 1

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Jason Prall is on the Nutrition Heretic with the Human Longevity Project Jason Prall is not only a Longevity and Optimal Health Practitioner, he is the writer, director and producer of The Human Longevity Project. We talk about why Cuba should be the next Blue Zone despite the fact that Cubans eat a diet high in pork fat. You can watch his film for free starting May 7th, click here to sign up.

Don't miss part 2 of the interview where Jason tells us about the lifestyle  and mindset of the world’s oldest inhabitants.

Jason has traveled the world for the last 15 months, to all the Blue Zones (Costa Rica, Greece, Italy, Okinawa) - and interviewed the world's leading researchers, doctors, experts, authors, etc... on building true health, healthy aging, and longevity.

Jason Prall is a Longevity and Optimal Health Practitioner who works remotely with individuals around world to provide solutions for those struggling with weight loss or suffering from complex health issues that their doctors have been unable to resolve.

You can learn more about the Human Longevity Project through their website.

Great Resources From Jason Prall:

The Human Longevity Project

Highlights from today's episode:

03:50 ~ Historical context of the Blue Zones.

08:20 ~ The role of animal protein in traditional cultures.

16:07 ~ Why  Cuba is not a Blue Zone.

18:45 ~ Cultural culinary traditions and adapting to the environment.

41:45 ~ The role of microbiota and why you can't take the moral high ground.

48:32 ~ How context, lifestyle, and community build a framework that exists around the world.

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Guest Heretic Josh Gitalis, Clinical Nutritionist

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Josh Gitalis is on the Nutrition Heretic podcast to talk about obesogens Our Guest Heretic, Josh Gitalis, is here today to tell us why fat, calories and exercise are often only part of the weight loss equation. We're talking about our endocrine system, and more precisely how a toxic load from everything from your pajamas to pesticides are a major cause of excess fat storage. Plus, we talk about his Clinical Nutrition program to help practitioners hone their skills in helping clients with a wide range of conditions. We’re getting the lead out today!

Josh Gitalis, Clinical Nutritionist and Functional Medicine Practitioner, is a recognized expert in the fields of clinical detoxification and therapeutic supplementation. He runs a Toronto-based, private practice with a worldwide client base. As a leader in his field, Josh teaches Clinical Nutrition for several natural health colleges and is the first Canadian nutritionist to become an Institute for Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner (IFMCP).

You can learn more about Josh through his website, Facebook, and Instagram

Resources From Josh Gitalis On Obesogens:

Highlights from today's episode:

03:58 ~ Obesogens; what are they?

05:19 ~ Some of the most surprising obesogens.

16:45 ~ How obesogens can be removed from our bodies through the 5 channels of elimination.

21:31 ~ Josh's favorite non-obesogen cookware.

24:08 ~ How vegetable oils upset our endocrine system.

26:26 ~ Canola oil; the process that turns it from good to bad.

28:44 ~ You are what you eat eats; how this can contribute to an imbalance between Omega-3 and Omega 6.

39:31 ~ How vegetables and legumes also contribute to this imbalance.

47:21 ~ Functional Nutrition Certification program.

43:07 ~ How to make changes without getting neurotic.

Other Links For This Episode:

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Guest Heretic Nikola Popović Returns To His Rural Roots, Part I

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Nikola Popović

Nikola Popović

This week on the Nutrition Heretic Podcast we find out what happens to your mental and physical health when you work for me. Our Audio Engineer, Nikola Popović, shares with us how listening to episodes while editing the podcast encouraged him to return to the diet of his youth growing up in rural Croatia and how his health improved dramatically as a result.

Listen to the second halfwhen Nikola continues our talk about how his new dietary approach has healed him from mood disorders, reversed tooth decay and his one year anniversary of having no cold or flu.

Nikola Popović is a freelance audio and video engineer, as well as a voice over artist, and his work includes The Nutrition Heretic podcast.  When he's not mixing tracks, he's enjoying life, solving its mysteries, and spending quality time with his family.

Highlights from today's episode:

  • 04:56 ~ What a Croatian rural diet was like in the '80s.

  • 07:36 ~ Why do you think you let go of that way of eating?

  • 18:27 ~ Nikola's turning point and finding his way back to real food.

  • 13:22 ~ How social anxiety can affect your physical health.

  • 26:00 ~ The biggest influence on Nikola's current health.

  • 34:55 ~ How Nikola now sources his food.

Other links mentioned in this interview:

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Easy Backyard Chickens With Justin Rhodes

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Easy Backyard Chickens with Justin Rhodes on The Nutrition Heretic podcast Give Justin Rhodes 2 1/2 hours and he can teach you everything you need to know about keeping backyard chickens. In today’s episode we talk with Rhodes about his 10 year journey of raising permaculture chickens, including how he went from feeding expensive grain to using a compost feeding system that can actually put more money in his pocket.  You won't want to miss hearing about all of the parts of a rooster you can eat, nothing goes to waste with permaculture.

Don't miss the conclusion of this interview with Justin Rhodes next week when we get his take on culling those ornery roosters, solutions for keeping birds when the temps drop below freezing and how to watch his film “Permaculture Chickens."

You can follow Justin through his website, Abundant PermacultureFacebook, YouTube, and Pinterest.

Highlights from today's episode:

4:30 ~ The best-ever description of permaculture.

5:07 ~ What does "permaculture chickens" mean?

8:50 ~ How to feed your chickens for free!

15:49 ~ How the Rhodes' started raising chickens.

21:55 ~ Start the timer! How fast can chickens make usable compost?

23:10 ~ Egg quality vs. quanity - why all eggs are not the same.

26:10 ~ How to hande a sick chick.

29:30 ~ Surival of the fittest.

32:00 ~ Coop construction.

34:12 ~ Advantages of having a rooster around.

38:03 ~ Eating your cock - balls and all!

Other episodes mentioned in this interview

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Stacey Shepard: Chinese Medical Theory and GAPS Protocol Part II

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Stacey Shepard, on The Nutrition heretic Podcast, GAPS This week we continue talking with Stacey Shepard.  We discuss more of Stacey’s experience using herbs and Chinese medical theory in boosting results with the GAPS protocol.  We also find out how obsessing about the diet after you’ve healed may actually harm you and we find out about Stacey’s guilty pleasure.

If you missed last week's episode, you will want to hear Stacey discuss some causes contributing to poor gut health and how it relates to autism, ADD, and behavioral disorders.

Stacey Shepard is a licensed practitioner of Classical Chinese Medicine.  She specializes in chronic and recalcitrant diseases, and she relies heavily upon Chinese herbs and dietary therapy throughout the healing process.  Stacey is also a Certified GAPS Practitioner, and she is continually amazed by the incredible healing powers of whole foods and natural medicine.  You can find her at Whooping Crane Integrative Medicine if you would like to discuss how GAPS can work for you.

Highlights from today's episode:

2:19 ~ How Stacey's background in Traditional Chinese Medicine helps with using the GAPS protocol

14:47 ~ What happens if you screw the diet up?

22:20 ~ Stacey's experience as a healer in Kenya

35:18~ "The right choices for your body are going to be the right choices for the environment"

35:40 ~ Questions from our listeners

39:59 ~ How to get help from Stacey

"The right choices for your body are going to be the right choices for the environment" Stacey Shepard on The Nutrition Heretic Podcast

Other episodes mentioned today:

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Can Korean Natural Farming Methods Be Easily Applied To Home Gardens? Find Out With Our Guest Heretic Chris Trump

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Chris Trump on the Nutrition Heretic, Korean Natural Farming at Home Can the Korean Natural Farming methods discussed in last week’s episode be easily applied to home gardens? Today we continue our discussion with Chris Trump of the Island Harvest Macadamia Nut farm in Hawaii.

We’ll separate facts from fiction, learn about Indigenous Microorganisms and Chris’s experiences learning with Master Cho — the developer of this complete farming system.

Discover what happened when Adrienne watered her neighbour's plants, is it possible to have a no-smell piggery, and what is the Ferrari of diverse microorganism inputs… on this episode of The Nutrition Heretic Podcast.

To see Chris in action talking about Korean Farming, check out his YouTube channel.

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How Can Mushrooms Save the World?; Korean Natural Farming With Guest Heretic Chris Trump of Island Harvest in Kapaau, HI

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Chris Trump on the Nutrition Korean Natural Farming Despite what you might think, our guest heretic isn’t related to a certain controversial Presidential candidate, but that doesn’t mean that he’s without controversy. Our Guest Heretic, Chris Trump owns the largest farm in the world to use the Korean Natural Farming method. On today’s episode you’ll find out what makes this unique farming method, which uses basic kitchen ingredients superior to standard organic methods, and how you can get started at home… only on the Nutrition Heretic Podcast.

Catch the second half of this interview here.

To see Chris in action talking about Korean Farming, check out his YouTube channel.

 

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