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Best Paleo Canteen Meals Meat podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Paleo Canteen Meals Meat podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Dr. Peter Brukner is a sports medic, author, and real food advocate. He’s recently been the doctor to the Australian cricket team and Liverpool football club. We talk about: Being team doctor for Australian Olympic athletes, the Socceroos, Liverpool FC, and the Australian Cricket Team His metabolic illness Prof. Tim Noakes and Gary Taubes blowing t…
 
Professor Ken Strain is an experimental physicist, a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh and the Institute of Physics and is the deputy director of the Institute for Gravitational Research at the University of Glasgow here in Scotland. He was part of the international collaboration that successfully discovered gravitational waves. And on the s…
 
George Henderson is an independent researcher who has published research papers out of the Auckland University of Technology, often alongside one of our previous guests Professor Grant Schofield. George also has a tremendous blog called Hopeful Geranium which documents his research on human physiology, stemming from his impressively self researched…
 
Dr Poonam Malik is University Med Tech Academic Advisor, Life Sciences & Health Sector Expertise Consultant, Economic Development Business Mentor and Social Entrepreneur based in Scotland. For her contributions to the field of Biology she was awarded a Fellowship of the Royal Society of Biology UK in 2017. and has published widely on infectious dis…
 
Professor Kentaro Iwata is a medical doctor, professor, and infectious disease expert at Kobe University. We talk about: Importance of aggressive measures BEFORE explosion of cases COVID-19’s clever tactics compared to previous viral outbreaks Positive antibody testing does not necessarily mean immunity We must look to Italy in next few weeks and m…
 
Grant Schofield is Professor of Public Health, and Director of the Human Potential Centre in Auckland. We talk about: Doing the most good with the least harm Downsides of lockdown Is lockdown the best long term solution? The importance of good testing Looking for a real public discussion on the science Grant can be found at: Twitter – https://twitt…
 
Tucker Goodrich is a Wall Street tech guru and citizen scientist who healed his own illnesses mainly by cutting out vegetable oils and gluten from his diet. He’s been on the podcast twice before. We talk about: Imperial College model (no tree grows to heaven) Diamond Princess John Ionnaidis paper Tucker’s post for Italy data ARDS soybean oil paper …
 
Anne-Thea McGill is a GP and researcher from New Zealand, currently practising in Queenstown New Zealand. We talk about: Going from GP to weight loss expert Dynamic energy budget theory Human metabolism evolution requirements Metabolic syndrome Successful weaning Morning sickness / cravings Long lived modern toxins Both sides of the brain BMI being…
 
Dr. Michael Bazlinton is a family doctor and GP, and founder of the Bodymapping clinic. We talk about: Doing no harm Profoundly affected patients without pathology Younger people getting bowel cancer Being raised on real food Behavioural change around lifestyle medicine Challenges of eating low carb at work Saturated fat still perceived as bad High…
 
Dr Anthony Lyssy is a family medical physician, or GP, in Dallas Texas. He’s taken advanced arteriology training to diagnose, treat and prevent cardiovascular disease. We talk about: Reversing heart disease Prevention being better than cure The issues of only treating with pills Flawed cholesterol theory The holistic approach to treating heart dise…
 
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