Angelo Coppola, Latest in Paleo — podcast is up!

My podcast with Angelo is now up! Here’s the page: Latest in Paleo 64: Paul Jaminet, Perfect Health Diet.

Yesterday’s show with Sean Croxton is also available: You can listen at Blog Talk Radio’s Underground Wellness page.

  1. Everyone is indeed of having a perfect health diet.Thanks for sharing. 😀

  2. Great interview! Still confused how O6 cause us to get fat. I know they are inflammatory, but did some research and don’t understand the link with obesity. Can you please explain?


  3. HI Paul,
    I hope it’s okay to ask a question here unrelated to your post. What are your thoughts on this study.
    I have Multiple Sclerosis-like autoimmune effects (evident on MRI) from Chronic Lyme Disease and I am wondering whether an intermittent ketogenic fast (eating from 12-8 pm only everyday according to the PHD and fasting thereafter) would yield a reduction in my symptoms.
    I am so excited to get your book!! I ordered it from Amazon to arrive on its release day! Congratualtions and thank you thank you thank you for all your hard work and dedication!

    • Hi Sarah,

      Re the study, I think a ketogenic diet is worth trying in nearly all neurological/brain disorders. It does tend to reduce inflammation and neuronal stress. The EAE model really has nothing to do with actual MS, so it doesn’t tell us much about MS specifically.

      I do think that regular PHD with intermittent fasting is a great way to start, once you’re well nourished and used to that, then experiment with increasing coconut oil (or MCT oil) and reducing carbs to make the diet more ketogenic, and see if that helps.

      Based on Terry Wahls’s experience, nourishment is very important in MS, so I would tend to that carefully.

      Best, Paul

  4. Thank you for the work you do.

  5. Hello;

    I am happy to announce the publication of my new cookbook, Primal Cuisine, Cooking for the Paleo Diet. The forward was written by Portland nutritionist, Nora Gedgaudas, author of Primal Body, Primal Mind: Beyond the Paleo Diet for Total Health and a Longer Life.

    Primal Cuisine is entirely grain-free (therefore gluten-free), sugar free, (including honey, agave and maple syrup). I have included dairy in some recipes but also have many substitutions for those who are lactose or casein intolerant.

    Having been a chef and wine country caterer for over 35 years, the recipes in the book are innovative and translate the paleo diet in a way that families or foodies can appreciate. Please view the following link for a demonstration of one of the recipes from the book.

    To your health;

    Pauli Halstead
    Primal Cuisine, Cooking for The Paleo Diet

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