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The Healthy Rebellion Radio is a weekly show featuring listener Q and A on all things diet and health. We dig into metabolic flexibility, body recomposition, resilient aging, circadian biology, gut health, low carb/keto/paleo diets and much more.
Brought to you by New York Times bestselling author Robb Wolf and his wife Nicki Violetti (hubs and wife). Welcome to The Healthy Rebellion Radio.

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The Healthy Rebellion Radio is a weekly show featuring listener Q and A on all things diet and health. We dig into metabolic flexibility, body recomposition, resilient aging, circadian biology, gut health, low carb/keto/paleo diets and much more.
Brought to you by New York Times bestselling author Robb Wolf and his wife Nicki Violetti (hubs and wife). Welcome to The Healthy Rebellion Radio.

    Bariatric Carnivore, Early Puberty, Poo Frequency | THRR076

    Bariatric Carnivore, Early Puberty, Poo Frequency | THRR076

    Bariatric Bypass RNY 2004 is Carnivore Safe to Follow with 18:6 Fasting, Early Puberty, Group B Strep in Pregnancy and Rebuilding Gut After IV Penecillin, Not Losing Fat, Poo Frequency
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    Origin of Covid — Following the Clues 1. Bariatric Bypass RNY 2004 is Carnivore Safe to Follow with 18:6 Fasting [17:07]
    Judy says:
    Hello Mr Wolf,
    I am a 68 year old female, 167 lbs, on no medications who unfortunately had Bariatric surgery back in 2004.
    Since 2018 I started Keto to lose a regain of 52 lbs which I had been been trying to lose since 2011 by following Weight Watchers,  many times!!
    After researching Ketogenic in January 2018 I became a lot smarter in knowing that the SAD way of eating was so wrong.
    I have recently transitioned over to Carnivore but have concerns on ratios of Protein to Fat. I do know being a Bariatric patient Protein is priority over Fats.   I eat 2 meals a day, lunch (11:00am) & dinner (5 or 5:30pm). By 6 or 6:30pm my Fasting starts.  With my pouch only able to hold so much food I’m all over the board with my Protein & Fats.  Fill up so fast. My carbs are easily 5 or less everyday (spices).   No dairy other than butter at this time (testing elimination) I feel satiated but I think that is from eating to many fats.  Bulletproof coffee each day. Have last 2 days eliminated this.  Don’t snack never feel the need.  If you could please just give me imput if carnivore is for me along with fasting or should I go back to eating Keto w 20 Total carbs or less.  I did start to have many binges in past year eating Keto (sugar addict big time) .  Carnivore after getting body adjusted no massive binges at all.
    Hope you can give me some insight Mr Wolf to my confusion.  I do know there are many people that have these weight loss surgeries.  I just wished I had known about Keto, LCHF, Carnivore back in 2004 weighing at 313 lbs I would have said NO to this drastic, irreversible surgery.
    Thank you,
    Judy
     
    2. Early Puberty [22:58]
    Greg says:
    Hi Robb and Nicki:
    I’ve been keeping up with your books and podcasts since 2013, right around the time my daughter was born.
    In a recent visit, my Mom pulled a classic mother-in-law move and horrified my wife with a genetic fun fact – that she had her first period at 9 years old. She implied that recent moodiness might not be attributed to the boatload of sweet tea and candy that they had just showered the child in, but rather hormones.
    The only time I’ve ever been of average height was middle school, when I hit puberty a little bit early (11 or 12). I’m 5’4” now. I also went bald very early, around 18.
    My daughter arrived 6 weeks early and also lost baby teeth before everyone in her daycare.
    My wife Janet hit puberty at 14, as did her Mom.
    As a family, we’re about 80/20 paleo – we’ve almost completely eliminated gluten, sugar, and other junk food from the kiddo’s diet, with occasional weekly exceptions – her two favorite foods, by a landslide, are steak and broccoli. And her after-school program is Taekwondo, so she stays active. She’s struggled a little with constipation and we give her a dash of miralax each morning, which seems to keep that in check. She takes a multivitamin and during covid, we’ve added vitamin D to the mix, since she’s been in-person for quite a while now.
    In terms of other items of interest, we have confirmed Celiac on Janet’s side of the family (her maternal grandmother). And my Mom had Pica as a kid (eating dirt/sand due to a mineral deficiency) and she has continued to have hormonal challenges throughout adulthood.
    Curious if this is 100% genetic roulette or if there is anything that we can do to sl

    Fat and Carbs Together, Too Much Salt, Fermented Cabbage | THRR075

    Fat and Carbs Together, Too Much Salt, Fermented Cabbage | THRR075

    Fat and Carbs Together, Too Much Salt, Figuring Out Macros, Cabbage in Different Forms, How Did You Decide Where To Live
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    Submit your questions for the podcast here Show Notes: News topic du jour:
    https://www.statesman.com/story/news/politics/politifact/2021/04/27/fact-check-joe-biden-isnt-banning-burgers-politicians-fuel-narrative/4855501001/
    1. Fat & Carbs together... [22:32]
    Shannon says:
    Hi Guys!
    My question is in regards to fats & carbs together.
    So what's the scoop with this?
    I've heard many times that you should not eat fat & carbs together because it leads to instant fat storage and other health problems... is this true, and why?
    But I've also heard that if you have some fat with carbs, it slows the impact of the carbs and gives less of an insulin spike so it might be helpful to do it that way?
    I know that for sure we should not be eating the carb/fat combo of chips, ice cream, pasta with alfredo, grilled cheese sandwich, etc.... but what about butter on a sweet potato? Or butter on air popped organic popcorn? Or nut butter on some apple? Or avocado on sprouted toast? ... you get the idea.
    This has always had me wondering, so I'm excited to hear your thoughts on this.
    Thank you so much!
    2. TOO MUCH SALT [26:41]
    David says:
    HI Robb,
    Is it possible to get too much salt. I salt pretty much all my food to taste. I make my own bone broth and find that is real tasty with about 1/4 TSP salt.
    I took you up on your starter pack of LMNT. Very tasty .. actually reminds me of the original Gatorade.
    I can't say I'm particularly concerned, but just wondering is it possible to get too much salt and what would be the signs?
    ASIDE:
    You may be too young but when Gatorade first went commercial and before it was bought by Pepsi (early 70s) it was sweet but very salty in taste, kind of like you had but lime juice and sugar into salt water. It was actually pretty good - especially after a workout but it clearly would probably be spit out by today's kids who are drinking it more as soda.
    3. Figuring Out Macros [30:27]
    Lauren says:
    I would love to know your perspective about figuring out macros. Is there
    a science behind macro percentages? Best for fat loss, exercise
    performance, on how you feel? Etc. Do they even matter?
    It's time for The Healthy Rebelion Radio Trivia!  [34:31]
    Healthy Rebellion Radio sponsor DrinkLMNT  is giving a box of LMNT Recharge electrolytes to 3 lucky winners, selected at random, who answer the following question correctly...
    thank you the people who heard my SOS from the last episode...and sent in questions for trivia...this is one of them...
    Robb, How many miles do we live from the Canadian border?
    Did you all hear that?
    To play, go to robbwolf.com/trivia and enter your answer. We’ll randomly select three people with the correct answer to win a box of electrolytes from drink LMNT.
    The cutoff to answer this week's trivia and be eligible to win is Thursday May 13th at midnight. Winners will be notified via email and we’ll announce the winners on Instagram as well. This is open to residents of the US only.
    4. Cabbage in Different Forms [37:53]
    Kimberly says:
    Hi Robb and Nikki,
    HUGE fan and just adore what you both do, your show, and your awesome relationship. I was laughing out loud the other week when you were telling the story about the girls spelling "horse." The information and honesty that your show brings is incredible.
    But enough about you...
    I have a question on cabbage. I did carnivore for a month as an elimination diet for my husband, but in doing so discovered the cabbage family makes my tummy very unhappy (taking sharp stomach pains after I eat them). This made me sad, because I love cabbage in all forms, but I especially love making homemad

    Low Acid and Overgrowth, Food Combining, Nickel Allergy and Weight Loss | THRR074

    Low Acid and Overgrowth, Food Combining, Nickel Allergy and Weight Loss | THRR074

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    Show Notes: News topic du jour:
    My Beef with Epicurious
    Eating less Meat won't save the Planet. Here's Why
    1. Low Acid & Overgrowth [18:07]
    Chase says:
    Hello Robb & Nikki! My sister has been experiencing severe digestive distress for about 18 months.
    She had existing digestive issues from overuse of fake protein bar type foods and then when quit taking birth control her symptoms rapidly got worse.
    Eating 1oz of avocado would bloat her stomach by 6+ inches. Reflux is a very common thing as well.
    I finally talked her into trying a low fodmap diet, fasting, etc and we finally ended up having her see a specialist.
    They gave her an antibiotic and said see ya in 6 months. Her physician hasn’t responded to questions so I figured I would reach out.
    My question is, should we follow up immediately with a probiotic (if so recommendations?) and as far as her stomach acid recovering, is there a natural gradual process after balancing the micro biome or is this something that requires supplementation or both?
    Thank you so much for any insight! Once again our medical system f**king sucks (:
    P.S. Your podcast equips me to help hundreds through my health club. Thank you so much for what you do.
     
    2. Workout HR conundrum [21:48]
    Karen says:
    Hi Robb and Nicki,
    I just love you guys!!
    I love the homeschooling bits. I homeschooled my 2 children
    ( now aged 23 and 26) and I feel it was the best parenting decision I made.
    I’ve been a loyal listener for 10 years now. Time flies.
    I am a 58 year old female. 5’5” 150 pounds.
    I have been eating a Paleo/whole food diet for 10 years. My Functional Medicine doctor informed me that my blood work is great across the board. I sleep great. 7 1/2 to 8 1/2 hours every night. My Oura ring gives me great readiness scores every morning. My question has to do with my type of exercise in relation to my heart rate(HR). I have a resting HR of 45bpm. I have been jogging since I was 16 years old. I usually jog every other day for 3 miles( a 12 minute mile pace).
    I then do 30 minutes of dumbbells and basic body weight workouts on the opposite days. I rarely take a day off from exercise. I have no injuries, so I feel as though I’m not over training. I keep busy throughout my day. I alway get at least 10,000 steps in every day. I hike outside all year long as well. Ohio can get pretty cold in the winter, but my dog and I tough it out.
    Problem: I can not get rid of the nagging 15 pounds and belly fat I carry around.
    When I’m jogging my HR hovers around 150bpm. When I do other workouts (dumbbells and hiking) my HR is around 115bpm.
    Do you have any suggestions for me to get the extra poundage off?
    I consume approximately 1800 calories per day. All Whole Foods. I drink lots of water. Approximately 80 ounces a day.
    I will have an LMNT once in a while. I love them, I just forget to drink one more often.
    I take Natural Calm before bed as well as Doc Parsley’s Sleep Remedy(one capsule) each night.
    My cortisol levels are spot on through the day according to the saliva test.
    Thank you so very much for your time on this matter.
    Please keep up the wonderful work.
    Karen
     
    3. Food combining? [29:55]
    Kim says:
    Hi Robb, hi Nicki,
    Thanks for all you do. I do best on a very low carb diet but if I were to occasionally have a serving of sweet potato, what is your take on consuming that sweet potato along with protein in the same meal? Should we consume and digest carbs separately from protein or can our bodies handle efficiently processing both at the same time?
    Thanks!
    Kim
     
    4. Nickel Allergy and Weight [34:31]
    Thalin says:
    Hey Robb&Nicki, I hope you’re doing great!
    I need your help figuring out what’s going on w

    Fructose IBS, HIGH IGF-1 and Cancer, Lifting and Joint Health | THRR073

    Fructose IBS, HIGH IGF-1 and Cancer, Lifting and Joint Health | THRR073

    Fructose Malabsorption and IBS, High IGF-1 and Prostate Cancer, Air Purifiers, Lymphocytic Colitis and Heart Palpitations/Extreme Anxiety/Brain Fog, Heavy Lifting on Joints
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    Submit your questions for the podcast here Show Notes: News topic du jour:
    Reframing Nutritional Microbiota Studies To Reflect an Inherent Metabolic Flexibility of the Human Gut: a Narrative Review Focusing on High-Fat Diets
    "While human metabolism can adapt to diets higher in either fats or carbohydrates, the natural diet of a mouse is low in fat and high in carbohydrates. It is therefore unsurprising that mice develop issues when eating a species-inappropriate diet. The strain of mice commonly used for such studies, C57BL/6, has also been genetically selected for its ability to gain weight in response to a HF diet. While humans are capable of weight loss or gain on a variety of dietary patterns (32–34), C57BL/6 mice have greater weight gain and metabolic disruptions on low-carbohydrate diets (35). Consequently, “…rodent models of obesity may be most valuable in the understanding of how metabolic mechanisms can work in ways different from the effect in humans” (35). Broadly translating findings from inbred mice fed a highly refined HF diet to humans is therefore fraught with potential for misunderstanding."
    1. Fructose Malabsorption and IBS [23:57]
    Jack says:
    Hi Robb,
    I've been experiencing IBS over the past few years, awful cramping and diarrhea. I finally decided to have a food sensitivity test done, and have a fructan & fructose malabsorption. The GI specialist didn't really give me any direction or recommendations, only a diagnosis.
    I would like to try and do a paleo/primal diet, but low in fructose/fructans. This leaves me with a pretty limited choice on fruits and veggies that sit well with me. I love the way veggies taste and the way they make me feel.
    Do you have any suggestions for me? I found a supplement called FRUCTAID (Glucose Isomerase Enzyme) that helps. Do you recommend I just take that with every meal high in fructose/fructans?
    Should I be taking a greens powder and a multivitamin to make sure and get all the good stuff and just eat what I can and skip the FRUCTAID? Worried that I will get palate fatigue and become deficient in some nutrients by eating this way. I could be overthinking this, but its all pretty new to me.
    Thanks,
    Jack
    2. High IGF-1 and Prostate Cancer [27:35]
    Eric says:
    Hi All,
    In the fall of 2021, I went through an early stage prostate cancer treatment that included radiation, brachytherapy, and androgen deprivation. Fun stuff. I'm getting my androgens back, slowly but surely, making "morning wood" a thing again. Hooray for me! I'm taking my chances with a high protein, low glycemic approach to eating to help prevent the cancer from coming back. I'm likely in and out of ketosis on a daily basis depending on when I ate my last meal. I keep under 25 carbs, and eat 205 grams of protein a day. I'm 5'10, 232lbs, and right around 22-23% body fat. I'm also 40 years old. I weight train 4-5 times per week, and roll jiujitsu 3x per week.
    Since I've heard of the relationship between IGF-1 and prostate cancer, my question pertains to it. At 40, my IGF-1 levels are around 337ng/dl. That's about 100ng/dl over what my high point "should" be at this age (I'm great for a teenager but without that level of morning wood). This stays true regardless of whether I'm insulin sensitive or not. I tested before my androgen deprivation therapy and my fasting insulin was 5uIU/ml. At the height of the deprivation my fasting insulin was 15 and the igf-1 was 357. Now my fasting insulin it has begun to drop back to within the 8-10 range, going down, and the IGF-1 levels remain about the same. We don't think

    A COVID Solution Almost No One Is Talking About: A Conversation with Clementina Russo | Salty Talk 030 | THRR

    A COVID Solution Almost No One Is Talking About: A Conversation with Clementina Russo | Salty Talk 030 | THRR

    Salty Talk is a special edition of Healthy Rebellion Radio. Each week on Salty Talk Robb will do a deep dive into current health and performance news, mixed with an occasional Salty conversation with movers and shakers in the world of research, performance, health, and longevity.
    For the full the video presentation of this episode and to be a part of the conversation, join us in The Healthy Rebellion online community.
    WARNING: These episodes may get “salty” with the occasional expletive.
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    Show Notes: https://www.aier.org/article/another-covid-myth-dies-the-death/
    Clementina's Bulletin: COVID-19, HVAC & Healthy Buildings (PDF)
    How to find your representatives https://www.commoncause.org/find-your-representative/
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    Proper hydration is more than just drinking water. You need electrolytes too! Check out The Healthy Rebellion Radio sponsor LMNT for grab-and-go electrolyte packets to keep you at your peak! They give you all the electrolytes want, none of the stuff you don’t. Click here to get your LMNT electrolytes
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    Post-Workout Antioxidants, Low-Carb Sleep-Eating, Hyponatremia | THRR072

    Post-Workout Antioxidants, Low-Carb Sleep-Eating, Hyponatremia | THRR072

    Antioxidants Post Workout - inhibit muscle growth, Hyponatremia & Hypothyroidism, Terbinafine and Dysbiosis, Low-Carb Sleep Eating, Inflammatory Papillitis

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    Show Notes: News topic du jour:
    https://sci-hub.se/https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jsbmb.2020.105751 1. Antioxidants Post Workout - inhibit muscle growth? [16:29]
    Shannon says:
    Hi Guys!
    A little background...
    I'm a 56 yr old woman, super lean and fit, whole foods keto (or LCHF - not always full keto), and do bodybuilding type weight lifting 6x/wk. I'm focused on continuing to build more muscle (especially in the booty), and also wanting to be more strict Keto because I love the mental clarity and "go-getter" optimism I have when in ketosis.
    My schedule...
    - I normally start my fast around 7pm
    - Have my plant based pre-workout around 11am, which has 4 carbs (does this count as breaking my fast? I'm not thinking so)
    - Lift at 11 or 12
    - Post workout shake around noon or 1
    Anyway, here's my question...
    I LOVE my daily chocolate Superfood shake, and it's my main carb source other than veggies and my pre-workout, with 11 net carbs. For quite awhile, I've used it as my post-workout meal, figuring it's a good choice with a combo of 17 carbs (11 net carbs) and 17g whey protein, and I often add 1/2 scoop of another protein powder to bump the protein up a bit.
    But I've read a few times now that antioxidants are not good post workout because they can inhibit muscle growth. Is this true? And if so, do you know the threshold as to what is too much?
    Would you mind taking a look at this label (https://tinyurl.com/u8njhswa) and tell me if you think this would be good for a post workout shake or not due to the amount of antioxidants, vitamins, phytonutrients, and other good stuff? I do not want to inhibit any muscle gain.
    And if this is not good for post workout, do you think just whey protein is okay without added carbs for post lifting? I'm almost at my carb limit between these two supplements that I want to keep, and really do not want to stop either.
    Thank you so much!
    Shannon
     
    2. Hyponatremia & Hypothyroidism [25:20]
    Michele says:
    Nicki & Robb,
    After listening to you talk last week about hyponatremia, I was curious if it is related to hypothyroidism and about how electrolytes might also come into play with hypothyroidism. What does it mean when you say we "shed potassium?" When I look at conventional and functional treatments for hypothyroid, they include things like (t4) Levothyroxine SODIUM and (t3) Liothyronine SODIUM or natural combinations of those. Are they related to electrolyte sodium? What went into figuring out the combination of the magnesium, potassium and sodium that's in LMNT? Is that too many questions? Maybe you can pick whatever moves you and answer the rest somewhere in the Rebellion. Speaking of which--
    I recently joined the Healthy Rebellion and look forward to participating in the next carb test and rebel reset. I missed this last time it started. I encourage everyone who has been listening to your podcasts for awhile to join the Healthy Rebellion too. It is a gi-normous wealth of information and community to invest in and empower your Self about health. I was worried that it would feel like Facebag, which I have been off of since 2008, but I. love. it. The connectedness and support I've experienced has been warm, welcoming and kind.
    Michele
     
    3. Terbinafine and Dysbiosis? [31:24]
    Jakki says:
    Hi Robb and Nikki,
    Been listening since there were only 5, glad we weren't wrong. I really enjoy THR format.  Several shows ago Nicki mentioned she took Terbinafine to get rid of a pesky toe fungus so she could more confidently show off her tooties in bjj. Her success story inspir

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El Pedalero ,

Salty Talk 024

Thanks for the great episode on the Great Barrington Declaration. I've never rated or commented on a podcast before, but I felt compelled to this time. We need more podcasters like you, Robb and Nicki, to fight back against the horrendous and endless lies coming from the bought-and-paid-for mainstream media. I find it interesting that it is in the helath-and-fitness-sphere where the most intelligent and unpoliticized conversations on this subject are taking place. Ivor Cummins (AKA The Fat Emperor) has been another source of sane, rational, helpful information. Please feel free to ignore anyone who gave you a bad review of this episode of Salty Talk.
P.S. As an English teacher, I must thank you for using the word "decimated" correctly (i.e. to reduce by 10%). Three gold stars for you!

TNeuf ,

Fantastic

I have followed, and I do mean that literally, Robb's work for over a decade now. What a bonus to hear more from Nicki now, too. Robb has been a consistent leader in the healthy living space. He thinks well (an increasing rarity), questions, and uses nuance and bio individuality when sharing his knowledge and expertise with his listeners.

The new(er) "salty talks" are the cherry on top of an already fabulous podcast. What a daring offering - sound opinion and thought that's honest and without pretense! They allow the listener to get to know them more by putting their humaness out there in a world where cowards stay silent or only echo the party line. We have to be able to think and to think is to question and to question brings us all just a little bit closer to the truth. These two, and their guests, get that.

Thank you, both, for your continued example. Keep at it and we will, too. And, mostly, thank you for all you give and do to improve the lives of so many. We are indebted to your briliance and encouraged by your commitment to being real. Shine on you crazy diamonds.

r2herzog ,

Weekly dose of reality? Check. Snowflakes keep scrollling!

Plain talk and great info jumps this to the top of my playlist every week.
I jumped on the social media detox and love it! Haven’t looked back!
Thanks for all your hard work, great stories, and being normal in a world lost in political correctness, cancel culture and snowflakes.
I share every episode with friends and family.

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