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regenerative agriculture

Deliciously Incorrect with Guest Heretic, Dr. Shawn Baker

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Shawn Baker on the Nutrition Heretic Podcaste talking about Carnivore Diets

Shawn Baker on the Nutrition Heretic Podcaste talking about Carnivore Diets

Last week we talked to Dr. Shawn Baker about different aspects of the carnivore diet and the quality of meat raised in pasture versus indoors. This week, we explore the impact of modern food sourcing on humans, is seasoning meat yea or nay, and how what's the scoop on how carnivores poop.

If you missed the first half of this interview, you can catch it here.

Dr. Shawn Baker is an orthopedic surgeon, a multi-sport world record setting athlete, a father, antidote for a broken health-care system, citizen science enabler, and a Carnivorous Anti-Hero.   You can connect with Shawn through his website, the Carnivore Training System, his podcast, The Human Performance Outliers, and on YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram.

Highlights from today's episode:

02:01 ~ Could food reactions be attributed to the way food is raised and how it is processed and consumed?

07:41 ~ There are different ways of following an all-meat diet. Some people use seasonings such as garlic, onion, and hot hot sauce, while others don’t even use salt. What Dr. Baker recommends.

09:38 ~ Dr. Baker's most important advice.

10:53 ~ Reasons people move to the carnivore diet.

13:00 ~ Feeling restricted by the diet versus freedom in simplicity

15:46 ~ What's the scoop on carnivore poop?

22:23 ~ Where the medical system fails in health.

29:56 ~ How long you should be on the carnivore diet before you know if it's for you.

Deliciously Incorrect with Shawn Baker on the Nutrition Heretic podcast

Deliciously Incorrect with Shawn Baker on the Nutrition Heretic podcast

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Environmental Impacts of a Carnivore Diet with Guest Heretic, Dr. Shawn Baker

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Shawn Baker on the Nutrition Heretic Podcaste talking about Carnivore Diets

Shawn Baker on the Nutrition Heretic Podcaste talking about Carnivore Diets

You've probably heard of vegetarian and vegan diets, but have you ever heard of a carnivore diet? Today's guest heretic, Dr. Shawn Baker, will share his experience with eating only meat. We'll learn if you should be leaning more towards the carnivore side of the food plate, why are there so many ex-vegans in the carnivore camp, as well as the real environmental impact of a carnivore diet.

Don't forget to catch the second half of this interview when we delve more into the heresy of meat seasoning and the most elusive aspect of being a carnivore; pooping.

Dr. Shawn Baker is an orthopedic surgeon, a multi-sport world record setting athlete, a father, antidote for a broken health-care system, citizen science enabler, and a Carnivorous Anti-Hero.   You can connect with Shawn through his website, the Carnivore Training System, his podcast, The Human Performance Outliers, and on YouTube.

Highlights from today's episode:

08:33 ~ Dr. Baker's background and how he sees the carnivore diet as an option for some people.

11:31 ~ History of grain-based and carnivore diets.

14:46 ~ By eating more animal foods are we increasing climate change?

23:44 ~ Are human methane emissions of consequence?  How animals other than cattle come into the equation.

27:53 ~ How regenerative pastoring helps the environment in areas where vegetable farming is impractical.

30:16 ~ Why synthetic, lab-grown meat is not the way forward.

34:50 ~ How a carnivore diet can affect your health.

36:15 ~ Is there a difference between GMO meat and pastured meat when it comes to a carnivore diet?

Environmental Impacts of a Carnivore Diet with Dr Shawn Baker on the Nutrition Heretic podcast

Environmental Impacts of a Carnivore Diet with Dr Shawn Baker on the Nutrition Heretic podcast

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Guest Heretic Dina Falconi - Foraging & Feasting: A Field Guide And Wild Food Cookbook

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Dina Falconi - Foraging & Feasting A Field Guide And Wild Food Cookbook on The Nutrition Heretic pocdcast I’ve said it before — Americans have a horrible relationship with food. But our Guest Heretic Dina Falconi doesn’t. Join us for a sensuous walk where we’ll forage for delicious wild edibles, liberate ourselves from a broken food system, and nourish our souls using her gorgeous book Foraging & Feasting: a Field Guide and Wild Food Cookbook.

Dina Falconi invites you to identify wild edible plants with instructive, botanical illustrations; harvest & cook them into delicious food with her recipes. To see what's on  Dina's menu, follow her through her website,Botanical Art Press, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.

Highlights from today's episode:Foraging And Feasting

05:04 ~ Dina’s first experience with foraging

10:00 ~ Surprising foods that may be growing near you

12:25 ~ Two herbs that are surprisingly available and safe to pick

17:51 ~ How NOT to poison yourself

26:30 ~ Foraging: being cheap vs. food sovereignty

28:35 ~ The importance of regenerative harvesting

34:25 ~ What to know about foraging on public lands

50: 47 ~ How to use the recipes and develop your own

56:47 ~ Tips on getting started with foraging

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Healthy Dairy, Healthier Planet; The Many Benefits of 100% Pastured Dairy Phyllis van Amburgh

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Dharma Lea Farm on the Nutrition Heretic podcast Are dairy cows destroying the planet? Should milk cartons carry a skull and cross-bones on them? Our healthy ancestors would’ve laughed at our modern theories about dairy. Today’s guest heretic is Phyllis van Amburgh of Dharma Lea Farm in New York State. As a member of the Savory Global Network of farms, she knows that raising cows 100% on grass is not only possible, but can benefit the earth and us by regenerating grasslands and producing milk that is far superior to the crap on supermarket shelves.

In this episode, you’ll also learn the differences between A1 and A2 milk and which one is least likely to elicit an allergic reaction, how to plan your grass farming routine around the seasons and the new genetically engineered grass that is threatening dairy farms.

 

 Highlights from today's episode:

10:09 ~ 4 Ways Dharma Lea Farm is different from what people usually think of as a dairy farm.

21:30 ~ What makes grass-fed cows produce better quality milk?

31:05 ~ The real reason cows are brought into the barn at night - it's not what you think!

34:20 ~ Do you know the difference between A1 and A2 milk, and what it could mean for you?

39:49 ~ Why will the Savory Network's holistic management system allow us as a species to keep growing?

44:48 ~ What are the similarities between Korean Natural Farming and the Savory Institute model?

47:16 ~ Can antibiotics affect organic certification?

56:00 ~ What "pasture raised" really means.

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Defining Organic; All About Animal Welfare, Regenerative Agriculture, and Rural Economics; Guest Heretic Will Harris of White Oak Pastures

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Will Harris Farm Animal Welfare on the Nutrition Heretic Podcast When Will Harris’s dad started using ammonium nitrate fertilizer on his farm in 1946, he had no idea he was destroying the microscopic flora and fauna on the land that are necessary for maintaining healthy top soil. So after 50 years, he moved to a farming system that is not only organic, but regenerates the soil by emulating nature’s own processes while concentrating on animal welfare and restoring rural economics.

Harris's White Oak Pastures farm pasture raises and hand butchers 5 red meat animal species and 5 poultry species. Using techniques learned from the Savory Network, Harris uses these animals to restore balance to the soil. As a result, his farm is able to withstand drought and heavy rains equally well with no loss in crop production. In today’s episode of the Nutrition Heretic Podcast, we learn about the inaccuracies of labels such as organic and grass-fed as well as how Harris's smart farming methods are helping to restore his 150 year old family farm into a thriving farm for the future.

Thanks for listening! Please share this episode to help spread the word. You can also subscribe to get updates about new episodes and get a copy of The Nutrition Heretic's S#IT List: 7 Health Food To Avoid Like The Plague in your inbox by clicking here.