A month os so back I had a chance to get with Dave & Armi and chat for about an hour about many things self-experimental in the whole Paleo realm.
It was a really good time, magnified later by the opportunity to meet Dave at a local steakhouse for dinner. And let me tell you what fun that was. Bio-Hacking Geek doesn’t begin to describe Dave.
At any rate, here’s the link to the podcast page and I hope you take the time to have a listen. Here’s what’s covered.
- How did you get interested in ancestral dieting and health?
- Richard, if you aren’t wearing a loin cloth and clubbing small animals to death, aren’t you a total hypocrite? Isn’t a diet based on what our ancestors ate kind of stupid?
- How has eating paleo allows you to perform better at work and as a human being?
- Do you think eating paleo improves mental performance as well as physical performance?
- You recently completed a month long “pure paleo” experiment where you ate almost all paleo foods. Did you see any improvements?
- Speaking of puritanism, what do you think of supplementation? Do you take any supplements, and if so, why?
- Is it okay to still seek information about health from non-paleo bloggers? Or should we write them off if we don’t agree with everything they say?
- You once referred to the paleo diet as a “diet of no diet.” Could you explain what that means?
- What are the biggest changes you’ve mad to your diet/lifestyle since starting paleo? How have your ideas evolved over time?
- What are your thoughts on n=1 testing in general?
- Who are your favorite paleo bloggers, and what are your absolute go-to sources of information about health and fitness?
- What are some of the best ways to convince others to at least try paleo?
- Are there any tools you use on a daily basis for cooking paleo foods?
- What are the most underrated parts of health? (sleep, mindfulness, stress, etc)
- Could you tell the audience what will be included in your new Free The Animal Book?
- Where can people learn more about you?