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Best Chef Dr. Mike podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Chef Dr. Mike podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Code Delicious with Dr. Mike breaks all the rules. Unabashedly confronting the questions, concerns and conundrums that continually confuse both public and experts alike; Dr. Mike takes us on a tasty trip of inquiry. Sometimes controversial, but always entertaining Dr. Mike covers the intersection of food and health as no one else can. As a professional chef, Dr. Mike takes us on a culinary tour de force. As a cardiologist and educator, Dr. Mike guides us through the changes to our food and f ...
 
Is it best that our food is Local and Organic or Big and Conventional? Our view is “Both, and..” We don’t come to the table with a bias, except that good farming like good food comes in all shapes and sizes. Farm to Table Talk explores issues and the growing interest in the story of how and where the food on our tables is produced, processed and marketed. The host, Rodger Wasson is a food and agriculture veteran. Although he was the first of his family to leave the grain and livestock farm a ...
 
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“Numbers don’t mean anything when it comes to success.” Sadie Lincoln The alarm goes off and from that moment forward, life is a harried rush. Commuting, coffee, e-mails, meetings and take out. Getting Jenny to soccer practice and Billy back from theatre. When you finally land home, you're too beat to move. So you crash on the couch and doze off wi…
 
What’s new down on the farm? Hemp. Farmers are trying to grow industrial hemp all over instead of food crops that have been providing insufficient returns. Consumers are starting to notice this strange new crop as they drive down country roads. Industrial hemp is not recreational marijuana; it’s the non-intoxicating low-THC, oilseed and fiber varie…
 
“Resistance is always lying and always full of shit.” John Joseph 500 EPISODES. Over seven years ago, I sat down in a damp and echo-y warehouse on the north shore of Kauai and hit record for the very first time. There was no agenda. No commitment to even record a second episode. And certainly zero idea that what began as a fun experiment would evol…
 
This week team FU were delighted to be joined by the Director of The Institute Of Performance Nutrition (www.theiopn.com) and host of the ‘We Do Science’ Podcast, Dr. Laurent Bannock. Laurent shares with us the distinct differences between sports nutrition, performance nutrition and translatable nutrition information that’s most relevant for the ge…
 
“The disconnect between the research and what the public believes and understands is mind boggling.” Dr. Cyrus Khambatta & Robby Barbaro A full blown epidemic in the developed world, diabetes currently afflicts an astonishing 30 million people in the US alone, despite the fact that 1 out of 4 don’t even know they have it. Even more bewildering, ove…
 
There are some great tastes you just can’t grow locally. Take coffee for example. At the Chocolate Fish Coffee Roasting and Coffee shop in Sacramento, Coffee Farmer Juan Luis Barrios has come from his farm in Guatemala to see see what Edie and Andy’s customers think of his coffee. The next stop on his trip will be Scandinavia the other major area t…
 
On this episode of Fitness Unfiltered we are joined by Instagram phenomenon Graeme Tomlinson aka @thefitnesschef_ ! Graeme’s informative and entertaining food infographics are ubiquitous in the Instagram fitness and nutrition space, and through his myth busting and easy to understand posts he has amassed over half a million followers on the platfor…
 
“Your genes are not your destiny.” David Sinclair, PhD Aging is inevitable. Everybody grows old. Everyone dies. We accept these statements as fact. But what if they're just stories based on history and our current understanding of biology? What if everything we think we know about aging is about to change? Across the globe, scientists are working o…
 
Farming progress can mean climate progress as processing tomato growers are proving in California. Since the tomato growers shifted almost totally to buried drip irrigation, water use became more efficient, yields increased, fertilizer was more precisely applied through the drip system, and, surprisingly the emission of one of the most potent green…
 
“Never compromise health in the name of beauty.” Gregg Renfrew This show spends a lot of time exploring the health, environmental and ethical implications of the food we eat. But what we put on our bodies is just as important as what we put in our bodies. Today we shift gears to explore how vastly uninformed most of us are when it comes to the cons…
 
“We can all connect over food and the love of the outdoors.” Iliana Regan Last week we explored the intersection of art and endurance with Rickey Gates. The week prior we broke barriers in women's sports with Lauren Fleshman and Lindsay Crouse. Today we go deeper on both themes. Not through the lens of running, film or journalism. Our vehicle for t…
 
Where better to celebrate a Bacon Fest than at Mulvaney’s B&L in Sacramento, the Farm to Fork Capital of America. Delicious and innovative pork dishes are served as specials on menus all week, throughout the city, culminating in a competition to show what top chefs can do when provided half a hog to prepare their best pork dishes, and bacon. The 20…
 
On this episode of Fitness Unfiltered we are incredibly excited to be joined by Cardiothoracic Surgeon, author, TV presenter and all around excellent sapien (as certified by Alan Flanagan) Dr Nikki Stamp. We discuss the premise of Nikki’s second book Pretty Unhealthy which delves into the concept that our preoccupation with appearing healthy rather…
 
“Fun over fast. That’s generally what I tell people.” Rickey Gates There are athletes. And there are artists. Rare is the individual that inhabits the best of both worlds. Meet Rickey Gates. Both idiosyncratic and extraordinary, you may know Rickey as a distinguished ultra-runner. But peer just beneath the surface of his many athletic accomplishmen…
 
For forty years EcoFarm has convened leaders, researchers, farmers and fans of organic food and farming at the Asilomar Conference Center in Pacific Grove California. At the 2020 Vision event over 1,000 attendees came to discuss the opportunities and challenges for the future of organic food and farming. Recent Farm To Table Talk and keynote speake…
 
“If we really care about the future of girls in sports, we need to invest in the girls that are actually playing these sports.” Lindsay Crouse A perfect companion piece to my recent conversation with Lauren Fleshman -- and in furtherance of better understanding the issues that swirl around gender, sport and fairness -- today I sit down with an inve…
 
On this episode of Fitness Unfiltered we talk about easy exercise and nutrition wins to keep momentum at a time of the month (and year) when many New Years Resolutions are starting to get a bit tiresome. It's cold, and the idea of letting go of those changes we have started making might be very tempting.We talk a bit about the psychology of failure…
 
“I changed my body for sport. No girl should." Lauren Fleshman What is the current state of gender parity in sport? Ask today's guest and she'll tell you that women and girls are no longer content just to have a chance to play; they are demanding that sports be rebuilt altogether. Meet Lauren Fleshman. One of the greatest middle-distance runners in…
 
It is becoming common to hear celebrities tell the public that they must cut back on meat and dairy consumption for the good of the planet. Whether consumers believe the “expert” advice of their favorite performer, the majority of the public does believe that climate change is deadly serious, but are livestock raised for our meat and dairy products…
 
After a short break team FU are back for the first episode of 2020! They discuss some of the more controversial dieting fads and health trends of 2019 as well as offer they’re own insight into the things to be mindful of at the start of the year. We hope you enjoy this episode, and if you do please give us a review and rating and subscribe to the p…
 
“Rather than using people as recipients of prescriptions, let’s instead work with people as partners to help them to put the best fuel in their bodies." Neal Barnard, MD A predominant theme of this podcast is the profound impact of nutrition on long-term well-being. Less discussed is the importance of hormonal health. Most would be surprised to lea…
 
Accompanied by occasional sounds of moos, oinks, clucks and baas , a big old barn in Ohio is the surprising base for cooking classes and state of the art learning experiences where chefs and other food and wellness educators make sustainability and mindfulness into a delicious and edifying experience. The Teaching Kitchen at Turner Farm was built i…
 
“Chasing meaning is better for your health than trying to avoid discomfort." Kelly McGonigal, PhD We equate the new year with potential energy. It's an opportunity to re-evaluate one's trajectory. A permission grant to chart a new course of self-discovery. In truth, every moment presents a window for reinvention. But January always provides heighte…
 
“You only have a certain amount of energy. Use it to promote the things you love." Chadd Wright Our 'Best Of' anthology series isn't the only annual tradition here at the RRP. Two years ago we started a new one, kicking off January with hard truths and bankable life advice designed to put that holiday excess in the rear view. Arrest the habits that…
 
Will we preserve the Agrarian way that Wendell Berry calls “the given life”? Farms and non-profits throughout the Country are stepping up to that challenge. In the Ohio River Valley, Turner Farm is all in to preserve the way of life of a certain kind of agriculture. Appropriately located on “Given Road” in Indian Hills on the outskirts of Cincinnat…
 
“If you have a spiritual life, it is for you. It is not something you should inflict on other people.” Russell Brand Welcome to Part II of our 7th annual Best of the RRP Anthology — our way of taking a moment to reflect on the past twelve months by revisiting the year's most compelling podcast guests. It's been an honor to engage with so many extra…
 
Could goats provide solutions to challenges such as: extra income, a new livelihood, chores for the kids, lower carbon foot print, poison ivy, forrest fire risks and even climate remedies, a bite at a time? In Central Iowa, Aaron Steele has become a believer and then a founder of a new business based on these beliefs. When Aaron and his family move…
 
“Stay positive. Make a change for yourself. Tell others about your change. Feel good and hopefully, the message will spread.” Gemma Newman Welcome to the 7th annual Best of the RRP Anthology — our way of taking a moment to reflect on the year, express gratitude and give thanks for taking this journey with us. To be honest, I didn’t think we could t…
 
“You don’t have to be intersex to be able to relate to my story. Everyone is going through something they don’t feel like they can share. This story is for them as well." Kendra Little Growing up in the late 1970's there was no conversation around gender identity. You were either male or female. Period, end of discussion. Times have changed. The wa…
 
“Cheap food comes at a high cost” says Bob Quinn, a progressive leader in promoting organic and sustainable agriculture throughout the state of Montana, United States, and world. He grew up on the family farm in Montana when no one thought twice about what he now calls “chemical agriculture”. Today he challenges us to be “Chemical Free by 2043”. Hi…
 
Team FU discuss whether you need to ‘navigate’ or ‘survive’ Christmas at all and whether nutritional strategies have a part to play for those with concerns around derailing progress. Should you track your intake? Is there a place for a protein-sparring modified fasts? Do we need to label these at all?! Emma, Dan and Mike also share some of their fa…
 
“My mission is to help 100 million people feel fantastic by restoring them to optimal health." Rangan Chatterjee Today we’re going to talk about stress. In proper doses it’s actually beneficial, promoting resilience -- both physical and mental. But for most people, that dose isn't proper. Instead it's chronic -- excessive, persistent and unrelentin…
 
Farming no longer just happens in the country. It's increasingly taking place in cities around the globe. Whether it's to feed a family or generate additional income, seeds in the ground, attentively cultivated to harvest is making a difference. At home in Atlanta Rashid Nuri is continuing to promote urban agriculture as he has for over 40 years al…
 
“We are the ones we've been waiting for." Julie Piatt Welcome to the latest installment in my ongoing series of mind melds with my wife and in-house spiritual guru, the wise and ethereal Julie Piatt, aka SriMati. Longtime listeners are well acquainted with my better half. For those newer to the show, Julie is very good at many things. In addition t…
 
“Good and fast are not the same thing." Scott Fauble For the vast majority of us, besting our 26.2 personal record by 3+ minutes would be considered fine. Something to be celebrated, but hardly a mind-bending breakthrough. At the highest level of distance running however, the distinction is vast. It's the canyon that separates a very good marathon …
 
"Meat" doesn't necessarily have to come from animals any more. Protein alternatives from plants have been in the market for decades and have become popular of late as restaurants and their consumers are finding plant based meat products are appealing for a number of reasons. The next new thing in protein options will be meat produced in laboratorie…
 
This week the Fitness Unfiltered team (sadly missing Mike) were fortunate enough to be joined by Rachel Hobbs RD PDip MBDA (IG: rachelannehobbs) to explore her fascinating work with, and around performance sport and her specialist eating disorders clinic. Rachel outlines the distinct differences between eating disorders and disordered eating patter…
 
“Love is not something found in a person, place or thing. It’s something that is ever present in our hearts and always available as a gift and it costs nothing to share it.” Ryland Engelhart Last week we explored the world of regenerative farming, soil health and biodiversity as critical levers to improve human health. Consolidate food security. Dr…
 
Can a farmer be both a producer of a global commodity and organic wiwth local branded product available at the Farmers Market and on-line? The answer is Yes when the question is put to Tom Knowles whose family has grown rice in Northern California for over 100 years. Too often in Agriculture organic and conventional systems are viewed as the enemy …
 
On this episode of Fitness Unfiltered we talk about Dan and Mike’s trip to the MNU Health at Every Age Conference, have a discussion on authenticity on social media and in real life, and delve into the new trend of Black Friday Specials all across the land- are they a good thing? Do they cheapen people’s value? If you enjoy this episode or any othe…
 
“This all started with a promise that we would leave the big city and build a life in perfect harmony with nature.” John Chester Biodiversity. Regenerative agriculture. Ecological sustainability. Carbon drawdown. Climate change reversal. These are popular themes that recur regularly on this show. But in practical terms, what do they actually mean? …
 
In the modern lexicon of food and farming, Social Justice is a term that is often heard but not often understood, let alone practiced. The California Institute of Rural Studies wants to increase social justice in rural California for all residents, building sustainable communities based on a healthy agriculture. Foremost in their work are marginali…
 
“Be aware of the ignorance without judging the ignorance.” Guru Singh Making his 9th appearance on the podcast, today marks another mind-bending deep dive into the multiverse with Guru Singh, my treasured friend and favorite wizard of all things mystical. For those newer to the show, imagine a modern-day Gandalf who rocks like Hendrix while droppin…
 
Team FU intended on speaking about motivation and this week were ironically all totally demotivated! The obvious decision would be to abandoned the recording but perfectly on brand, team FU instead in true unfiltered fashion recorded their unpolished and honest best whilst squeezing in some real pragmatic tips for listeners and how to keep motivate…
 
“Just because something is hard in the beginning doesn't mean it's always going to be.” Robbie Balenger Imagine running an ultramarathon. It’s a huge undertaking for anyone. And a bucket list dream for many. Now imagine running an ultramarathon every day. A minimum of 40 miles, 75 days in a row. Starting in Los Angeles. Finishing in New York. A 3,2…
 
The growing local food movement is connecting consumers with how, where, and by whom their food is produced. "Yet small farmers and food businesses struggle to sell their goods to local buyers at profit-generating prices." A study from UC Davis argues that authentic regional brands rather than labels defined by the proximity of production can captu…
 
Team FU are joined by Tom Blackman, Performance Nutritionist and soon to be author to discuss all commonly faced fat loss mistakes, quick fix pragmatic plans of action and hacks, discuss whether bodybuilding has skewed our realistic aesthetic expectations? Identity, dealing with stereotypes and a lot more! Tom kindly shares a few insights of his bo…
 
“I think ego is the deepest addiction there is.” Edward Norton One of the most acclaimed actors of his generation, today Edward Norton graces the podcast to discuss his fascinating life and perspective on filmmaking, culture, politics and the nature of power. Over the course of his extraordinary career, Edward has reaped 3 Academy Award nominations…
 
On Vancouver Island in British Columbia Ben Glassen is following the advice that Joel Salatin has shared in books, speaking engagements and on the Farm To Table Talk Podcast. Using Joel's model, Ben is providing Pastured Poultry for Vancouver Island families by moving chickens across the field daily to evenly spread the wear, fertilization and ensu…
 
Gamechangers. We have spent the last couple of weeks on social media hearing every side to every argument when it comes to this controversial film from Netflix. So rather than rehash the same information you already know (TL;DR: biased discussion, cherry picked science and unconvincing experiments), we thought that we would come at the vegan discus…
 
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