Find out more about the definition of a Paleo diet, how hard is it for a carnivore to travel around the world, and how much meat Phil eats each day … More Phil Escott: Eating Seasonally and Regionally as a Carnivore
Everything in Moderation; that’s one of Adrienne’s biggest pet peeves, and that of our guest, in fact they share a lot of pet peeves in common…
… More Phil Escott, Low Deuterium Diet And Carnivore of All Trades
By age 24, Laura Fenamore had tried everything to lose weight; she hated her body. When she finally stopped dieting and started loving herself she lost 100 lbs. Now, more than 27 years later she’s kept the weight off and works with clients to help them do the same. Laura reveals her secrets for shedding … More Guest Heretic Laura Fenamore author of Skinny, Fat, Perfect
Lard. Butter. Goose fat. Why is there such a fear of fats, and why isn’t it warranted? Why are more people turning back to traditional animal fats and turning away from the trendy vegetable oils? This week Adrienne and Nikola explore the ins and outs of fats and oils. Why they’re needed for health, as … More Don’t Fear Fats! Why You Need Them on This Week’s Q&A
Do you have a picky eater in your home? Maybe one of the kids, or maybe it’s you. How do you deal with it? In this week’s Q&A we discuss our different family tactics to deal with picky eating. What should you steer kids away from? How can you make food more appealing? Should you … More How To Work With Picky Eating on This Week’s Q&A
Weight loss is not as complicated as we have been led to believe. The French intuitively know how to stay slim, but not for the reasons you might think. In today’s episode Adrienne and Jim take on misconceptions about protein (where’s the beef or what’s the beef?), fat and exercise from Adrienne’s best-selling book on … More Get More Sleep, Mayo over Mustard, the Best Protein to Eat and Join the Heretic Family
Although likely to have originated as a pagan harvest festival, to most people, Halloween is a simple quasi holiday — a day where “a kid can be a kid”. A sort of Mardi Gras for kids and kids at heart, people dress up…
… More The Road to Addiction… Redefining Treats for Halloween and Beyond
In several posts over the years, I have talked about how what we focus on expands. Well, today, we learned that America’s fight against obesity has resulted in just that. Adult obesity rates increased in six U.S. states and fell in none last year, and in…
… More Obesity More Out of Control than EVER!
If you know anything about me, you know that I’m not a fan of low fat diets. Doesn’t matter if it contains real protein or not. Lowering fat not only makes food taste crappy, it makes food less satisfying. As a result, fat is replaced by sugar to give some kind of…
… More Still Avoiding Fat? So What *ARE* You Eating?
For the past several months, a book called Salt, Fat, Sugar: How the Food Giants Hooked Us has been hailed as a masterpiece of work in the fight against obesity and illness in the Western world. I haven’t read the book and quite frankly I have no intentions to after hearing the author in several interviews. … More What Causes Cravings: The Truth About Salt, Fat and Sugar
At the end of Part Four of this series, I commented about finding a solution to the myriad of eating disorders that are plaguing our society. I also suggested that moderation is a farce…and I maintain that it is. In a previous article from a few years back I looked at how most people today … More Modern Eating Disorders Part Five: Finding Your Salvation