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Throughout my training and practice as a physician I have come to one very disappointing conclusion: Western medicine isn’t helping people lead better lives. Now that I’ve realized this, I’ve become obsessed with understanding what makes us healthy or ill. I want to live the best life I can and I want to be able to share this knowledge with others so that they can do the same. This podcast is the result of my relentless search to understand the roots of chronic disease. If you want to know how to live the most radical life possible I hope you’ll join me on this journey.

Fundamental Health with Paul Saladino, M‪D‬ Paul Saladino, MD

    • Médecine
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Throughout my training and practice as a physician I have come to one very disappointing conclusion: Western medicine isn’t helping people lead better lives. Now that I’ve realized this, I’ve become obsessed with understanding what makes us healthy or ill. I want to live the best life I can and I want to be able to share this knowledge with others so that they can do the same. This podcast is the result of my relentless search to understand the roots of chronic disease. If you want to know how to live the most radical life possible I hope you’ll join me on this journey.

    Who is Paul Saladino? Sevan Matossian interviews me!

    Who is Paul Saladino? Sevan Matossian interviews me!

    This episode is a bit different than my usual content. My friend, and former crossfit luminary, Sevan Matossian came on to interview me! We talk about my life, and many of the formative experiences that shaped who I am today. No punches were pulled in this episode and I spoke as authentically as possible about challenges, failure, and a few things I am proud of. I also talk about relationships, why I am still single, if I ever want kids, what I am doing in Costa Rica and other random but personal topics. 
    I hope you enjoy this “opening of the kimono” (as Tim Ferriss might say). Thanks to Sevan for interviewing me, I certainly enjoyed getting the chance to tell some of my story. Love you all. 
    Time Stamps:
    0:11:30 - Introduction
    0:13:30 - Am I a real doctor?
    0:16:40 - Where I was born, my age, ethnicity, sign, and background as a child
    0:25:40 - Society forgets that doctors and government figures are people just like us
    0:28:30 - Doctors are mainly just operating off of guidelines
    0:30:30 - My story of being in and out of hospitals and being stubborn with my medical diagnosis'
    0:43:05 - What was school like for me?
    0:47:30 - What would I do if my child was experiencing a delay in puberty?
    0:49:25 - Did I partake in the "skater" activities as a child?
    0:52:20 - Was elementary school easy for me?
    0:57:40 - I went to a private high school because I was fearful of public school
    0:59:30 - Would I ever be interested in doing spiritual drugs like LSD or DMT?
    1:08:50 - We cannot be without our phones for just 15 minutes
    1:10:40 - Do I workout every day?
    1:12:10 - Did any friends of mine from junior high transition over to high school?
    1:14:20 - Do I have any close friends now?
    1:19:00 - Friendship and community are incredibly important for us
    1:21:45 - What did I eat as a kid?
    1:26:00 - Was I ever overweight as a child?
    1:29:30 - Was I afraid of going to medical school?
    1:36:40 - My experience with cars
    1:39:45 - When did I first start messing around with my diet?
    1:46:20 - Why did I stop following the vegan diet?
    2:00:50 - When did I first begin incorporating more animal foods into my diet, and especially organs?
    2:08:30 - What was I doing to make money during residency? And does money motivate me?
    2:13:25 - Do I struggle with putting my reputation on the line?
    2:20:10 - Did I think I would get kicked out of residency when I started putting out my own information?
    2:25:00 - I know that many more people will benefit through my podcast and the Carnivore Code rather than pursuing conventional practices
    2:27:45 - Do I have any grey hair? Girlfriend? Kids in the future?
    2:38:35 - Sevan's last question for me: is there anyone in my life who really inspired me?
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    • 2 heures 44 min
    Why you can't get pregnant

    Why you can't get pregnant

    Chances are you or someone you know has had trouble conceiving…
    Over the last few decades, rates of both female and male infertility are rising at a striking pace…
    What’s causing this and how do we correct it? 
    Find out in this week’s episode of Controversial Thoughts, available everywhere!
    And join us @heartandsoilsupplements this month for our 30 day #AnimalBased challenge, at #AnimalBased30.com.
    This is what #theremembering is all about!

    • 14 min
    Are we “civilized to death?” With Chris Ryan, PhD

    Are we “civilized to death?” With Chris Ryan, PhD

    Christopher’s work has been translated into over twenty languages, and featured just about everywhere, including Netflix, HBO, MSNBC, Fox News, CNN, NPR, The New York Times, The Times of London, Playboy, The Washington Post, Time, Newsweek, National Geographic, and The Atlantic. Chris has been a featured speaker at TED, SXSW, The Festival of Dangerous Ideas at the Sydney Opera House, the Portland Comedy Festival, the Einstein Forum in Pottsdam, Germany, and is a frequent guest on The Joe Rogan Experience, the Duncan Trussell Family Hour and many other podcasts. He’s provided expert testimony in a Canadian constitutional hearing, won a coveted AVN award (best non-sex performance, Marriage 2.0) and appeared in dozens of documentary films and television shows.
    Time Stamps: 
    0:10:09 - Podcast begins
    0:10:29 - The story of Bryan Stevenson
    0:14:34 - It is easy to become blind to how unhappy we have become in our modern world
    0:19:29 - Charles Darwin, oceanic explorers, and how it applies to our modern world
    0:21:09 - Most people prefer to live the indigenous, uncivilized life
    0:29:09 - The Hadza did not want to change the way they were living
    0:31:54 - The uncivilized life isn’t necessarily easy, but it seems “right”
    0:35:24 - When the information that supports your view is easy to accept, and information that challenges your view is difficult to accept
    0:39:39 - We are addicted to "modern day drugs”
    0:41:54 - Animals in a zoo are told how lucky they are to be in a zoo
    0:45:54 - We have demonized nature as a modern society
    0:48:34 - Body contact and sexual exploration and repression results in less violence
    0:51:29 - The story of how Chris Ryan met Jeff Leach and shifting our microbiomes
    0:57:04 - Recommending a corn flakes diet to decrease sexual desires in humans
    1:02:09 - Most chronic disease and violence began with our beginning of agriculture
    1:05:09 - Our ancestors were always armed with weapons in some form or another
    1:07:39 - Most researchers haven’t actually spent time with hunter gatherer tribes that they write and talk about
    1:14:39 - How humans are like grasshoppers; consuming and destroying everything in our environment
    1:22:29 - The Indian-mango trap: a metaphor for our civilization
    1:31:19 - Rats living in an unnatural environment made unnatural choices; rats that live in a natural environment made natural choices
    1:35:19 - Question for Chris Ryan: how do we create a natural environment for ourselves and move forward to find happiness and health?
    1:43:09 - What is the most radical thing Chris Ryan has done recently?
    1:45:19 - Wrapping up with Chris Ryan
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    • 1h 46 min
    Controversial Thoughts: Why you can’t lose weight!

    Controversial Thoughts: Why you can’t lose weight!

    The weight loss paradigm is all wrong! Rather than focusing on weight loss to “get healthy” (and simply limiting calories without any change in food quality, aka weight watchers), you should be improving the quality of your foods to get healthy with weight loss following naturally. 
    Listen to this week’s edition of Controversial Thoughts for my breakdown of how I think you should be eating in order to achieve health and weight loss, simultaneously. 
    And join us this month for the #AnimalBased30 by signing up at AnimalBased30.com to start your journey to #RadicalHealth! #theremembering

    • 14 min
    Is intermittent fasting the best way to heal your gut? With Dr. Will Cole.

    Is intermittent fasting the best way to heal your gut? With Dr. Will Cole.

    Dr. Will Cole, leading functional-medicine expert, consults people around the world via webcam and locally in Pittsburgh. He specializes in clinically investigating underlying factors of chronic disease and customizing health programs for thyroid issues, autoimmune conditions, hormonal dysfunctions, digestive disorders, and brain problems.
    Time stamps: 
    0:11:35 - Podcast begins
    0:12:30 - What is "intuitive eating?"
    0:16:05 - Fasting is a byproduct of metabolic flexibility
    0:17:55 - Fasting is built into who we are genetically
    0:20:35 - The Hadza had long periods during the day without food
    0:22:15 - Islamic fasting leads to an increased abundance of Akkermansi muciniphila and bacteroides fragilis group: a preliminary study on intermittent fasting
    0:24:20 - Most people think they need to put more into their gut in order to heal
    0:28:05 - The world is begging for a "pause"
    0:29:45 - The effects of daily fasting hours on shaping gut microbiota in mice
    0:30:00 - Restructuring of the Gut Microbiome by Intermittent Fasting Prevents Retinopathy and Prolongs Survival in db/db Mice
    0:31:15 - Features of a successful therapeutic fast of 382 days' duration
    0:32:00 - Betahydroxybutarate is a signaling molucule that helps lower inflammation
    0:34:40 - There should be a balance when we fast, because and we can go too far with anything
    0:39:30 - What serves you now might not serve you in the future
    0:40:45 - What is "clean carb cycling" and how we can implement it
    0:41:50 - What are the best carbs to incorprate in our diets?
    0:44:20 - What are your thoughts on fructose?
    0:46:15 - All sugar is not created equal
    0:47:34 - Effects of Intermittent Fasting on Health, Aging, and Disease
    0:50:35 - DNA repair with intermittent fasting
    0:52:05 - Macro and eating-window variability is a great idea for humans
    0:55:00 - Is there evidence that fasting helps with visceral fat reduction?
    0:55:50 - Probability of an Obese Person Attaining Normal Body Weigh: Cohor Study Using Electronic Health Records
    0:59:35 - Our body is more of a chemistry lab, rather than a calculator
    1:04:10 - What are some things we should look out for when we begin our intermittent fasting journey?
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    • 1h 7 min
    Controversial Thoughts: Is there Uranium in your water?

    Controversial Thoughts: Is there Uranium in your water?

    Do you drink San Pellegrino? Gerolsteiner? Tap water? Do you know what’s in your water? 
    You need to listen to this podcast! 
    This was a fun rabbit hole to go down after one of my clients brought the possibility of Uranium in mineral waters to my attention. 
    Guess what?  San P, and Gerolsteiner have a significant amount of this element= no bueno.
    But the story gets even more complex when we try to find water that doesn’t have a ton of toxins, yet retains the beneficial components of mineral water (minerals like silica, which may actually be at the root of longevity benefits observed in the Blue Zones by preventing aluminum toxicity)...
    Check out this video to get my take on how to find the best water source possible and get one step closer to #RadicalHealth. 
    Welcome to #theremembering. 

    • 23 min

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Excellent podcast to help you learn more about things you may not know.

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Paul’s Friendly Debate Episodes

I am loving the debate episodes...Paul comes equipped with so much research and information and is extremely respectful to his guests. To have these tough conversations and not show up in an echo chamber day in and day out is how all podcasts should be run in my opinion. I stopped listening to so many podcasts because the guests and the interviewer are always on the same page. Thank you Paul - please keep these coming and I thank all the guests that show up too! C’mon Dr.Hyman - we want to hear from you too! :-)

Chris Jager ,

Standing up for human nutrition

Dr. Paul Saladino is one of the few people out there standing up against bad science and using true and interventional science to fight for our health as humans. He has never backed down from debating or wanting to debate anyone who is misleading people into making unhealthy and detrimental dietary choices. His podcasts are constantly presenting new information and no matter how complicated that information is, Paul is always breaking it down into simple language for the listener to easily understand and digest. Thank you Dr. Saladino for continuing to fight for our health and for helping us remember who we are and how to truly thrive!

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