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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.

    The Real Deal In Brazil with Diana Rodgers - Salty Talk 042 | THRR

    The Real Deal In Brazil with Diana Rodgers - Salty Talk 042 | 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: This is the third installment of our "fireside chat" with Diana Rodgers. Diana and I talk frequently, usually comparing notes on some of the insanity (and bright spots) we see we see in the food and regenerative ag space. Each time we talk we usually say "we should have recorded that!" So now we are.
    We dig into her recent trip to Brazil and talk about how the developing world may end up being the model for what truly regenerative/sustainable food systems look like. The short story is it's not likely to be 100% White Oak Pastures but also not 100% traditional industrial ag/animal husbandry. Optimizing these systems, both in terms of food production, improving economics and systems integration will require a lot of flexibility and creativity.
    Sponsor: The Healthy Rebellion Radio is sponsored by our electrolyte company, LMNT.
    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
     
    Transcript: You can find the transcript in the blog post at https://robbwolf.com/2022/05/20/the-real-deal-in-brazil-with-diana-rodgers-salty-talk-042-thrr/

    • 57 min
    Predicting Future Food, Sunflower Oil in Fish Oil, Electrolyte Stomach Upset | THRR110

    Predicting Future Food, Sunflower Oil in Fish Oil, Electrolyte Stomach Upset | THRR110

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    Submit your questions for the podcast here News topic du jour: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/05/10/briefing/adolescent-mental-health-crisis-us.html
    Podcast Questions:  
    1. Predicting the Future of Food | Bon Appétit [15:55]
    CT says:
    Hello Diana and Robb (and teams),
    I was hoping one or both of you had heard about this article and the concepts it's talking about.  The author references Dr. Morgaine Gaye who pens herself as a food futurologist - though I've no idea what her doctoral title is actually attributable to - and her ideas of Air Protein.  What the heck is this?!  It says that there's a high tech fermentation to turn CO2 into chicken (or whatever you want).  This sounds outrageous, laughable at best to me.  And as Robb always talks about, very carbon tunnel vision.  Was just wondering if you guys could offer your thoughts on this one as I'd never heard of it before nor had I heard of this Dr. Gaye woman and her website was pretty sparse with biographical details.
    https://www.bonappetit.com/story/plates-of-the-future
    Love both your podcasts and newsletters.  Robb your substack is great!  Just enough snark and humor which is right up my alley.
    Diana - I've referenced some of your articles in newsletters to family members asking for nutrition info, it's been so helpful!
    Keep it up both of you!
    Cheers,
    CT
    2. What's up with Sunflower Oil in my Fish Oil? [22:59]
    Bryan:
    Hi!  Just looking for clarity on the added sunflower oil to the fish oil.  My wife has a nutrition business and we were researching fish oils.  I've followed your stuff for over a decade.
    Fish oil being a PUFA, inflammatory, added to fish oil doesn't make sense to us other than being a carrier oil or to fill a bottle.
    Just curious and looking for a good product to refer our clients to with a good conscience.
    Thanks!
    Bryan
    3. Is this Hypernatremia? [25:51]
    Cassandra says:
    Hi Rob and Nickie! My name is Cassandra and I am a 57-year-old woman with lymphocytic colitis, gastritis and intestinal metaplasia. I’ve been a carnivore for about two years, mostly consuming fatty ribeye with beef tallow . Regardless, my symptoms have flared up considerably.
    I am also a Personal Trainer of 25 years and work about 60 hours a week. I walk about 15,000 steps a day and lift weights daily for 90 ish minutes. I had done so earlier that day.
    I have a clear light infrared sauna and I have just gotten up to 150° this past week. Prior to that I’ve been getting out at 135° -144°. I always use LMNT prior to the sauna, and continue to drink it after the sauna. I only use a quarter to half of the packet as it’s too salty otherwise.I use about 10 to 16 ounces of water for half a packet.
    Yesterday evening I spent about 30 minutes in the hot sauna, and then drank the electrolyte drink afterwards. Because it was late at night I did not notice that I poured the whole packet in before adding water. So as I was drinking the LMNT and the water, it tasted mild as usual but when I got to the bottom a bolus of LMNT swept into my mouth and I swallowed before I could stop it. I didn’t think anything of it and went to bed, but a few hours later I was vomiting and severe diarrhea that lasted throughout the night and into this afternoon the next day. I’ve been tired and weak and unable to work. Did I cause hypernatremia? Thank you for your input. I thoroughly enjoy your podcast
     
    Sponsor: The Healthy Rebellion Radio is sponsored by our electrolyte company, LMNT.
    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
    Transcript:
    https://robbwolf.com/2022/05/13/predicting-future-food-s

    • 31 min
    Keto for MS, Iron Overload, Credibility Sans RD | THRR109

    Keto for MS, Iron Overload, Credibility Sans RD | THRR109

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    Submit your questions for the podcast here News topic du jour: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03718247
    Podcast Questions:  
    1. Credibility without Higher Education [10:57]

    Ashlyn says:
    Hi Guys,
    For the past year I have done a complete 180° as far as diet, exercise, and the way I view the world. I would love to become a dietitian and study the links between diet and autoimmunity (I have MS) but the financial factor of university is too extreme. I want to spread the news of what I believe to friends and family, but how do I gain credibility? I don’t want to say “it’s true because I watched a YouTube video.” Do you have any advice on how I can find/study credible information and start diving deeper into the world of dietetics?
    2. Iron Overload [27:14]

    Sarah says:
    Hi Robb and Nicki,
    Let me start by saying that I truly love your podcast and never get tired of listening to you two! Whether I am in the mood for nutrition science, current news, or just a good conversation, your podcast always ticks all the boxes. I can’t think of another podcast where I can get as much information while simultaneously getting a good giggle. So thank you.
    My question is in regards to iron overload, sometimes referred to as iron dysfunction. Have you heard or read the work of Morley M. Robbins? It is based on the premise that so called iron deficiency anemia is in fact not a deficiency at all, but in fact iron dysfunction which results in an overload of iron in the tissue, subsequently causing all the problems that are often diagnosed as anemia. One of the important points he makes is that we suffer from iron dysfunction because of a lack of bio-available copper, as well as a lack of retinol.
    I have myself had lower blood iron levels for quite some time, even after incorporating grassfed beef and organs into my diet on a regular basis. I have been eating a (now dairy-inclusive) paleo diet for many years, and recently switched to a more animal-based type diet, and saw massive improvements in energy, but still not optimal, particularly on the first week of my cycle.
    It would be really cool if you guys did a full episode on iron, iron absorption and the likes, or perhaps you have already done one and I have missed it?
    If you could comment on the work of Morley Robbins, that would be extremely helpful.
    Thanks so much,
    Sarah
     
    Sponsor: The Healthy Rebellion Radio is sponsored by our electrolyte company, LMNT.
    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
    Transcript:
    At https://robbwolf.com/2022/05/06/keto-for-ms-iron-overload-credibility-sans-rd-thrr109/

    • 36 min
    Orange Juice Cereal, Kidney Stones, Sunlight Allergy | THRR108

    Orange Juice Cereal, Kidney Stones, Sunlight Allergy | THRR108

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    Submit your questions for the podcast here News topic du jour: https://tropicanacrunch.com/
    Podcast Questions:  
    1. Comment on air travel and risk of infection for your reference. [12:23]
    Marti says:
    Hi Robb,
    Just listened to the latest podcast, great stuff that you and Nikki are doing! You had mentioned that there should have been a study done regarding air travel and I believe the main reason there wasn't one done is because from previous tuberculosis studies they already knew the possibility of transmission was very low on airplanes. I can't seem to find the study I wanted to share, but here is a link to get you started on the research if you are so inclined: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/20185096/. There is also this: https://www.cdc.gov/tb/topic/populations/travelers/default.htm. If you aren't familiar with TB, it is highly contagious, and the leading infectious disease killer in the world. So, for them to not be concerned about TB patients on airplanes, but concerned about covid, well.......... You see where I am going with this, and as you know the masks are useless.
    Again, great podcast, cheers!
    Marti R
     
    2. Kidney stones [14:43]
    Brian says:
    Hi Robb and Nicki - I recently had a stone (ow!!) and my tests came back showing high uric acid. My doctor recommended that I cut back dramatically on my (admittedly) high meat consumption and other paleo-friendly foods. Any suggestions for lowering uric acid levels while maintaining current food consumption? I consume minimal alcohol and sugary foods and intermittent fast. Thank you!!
     
    3. Diet and or supplements for sun allergy (photosensitivity) AKA Polymorphous Light Eruption (PMLE)? [18:41]
    Joe says:
    Hi Robb and Nicki,
    Thanks for all of your great content!
    Do you know of any supplements, food options, or other treatments to help with a sun allergy, also known as photosensitivity and Polymorphous Light Eruption (PMLE)?
    This article describes the condition pretty well, based on my experience:
    https://www.health.harvard.edu/a_to_z/sun-allergy-photosensitivity-a-to-z
    I'm pretty sure I'm now on my third year of PMLE. Last year when it started, I spoke to my doctor on the phone (due to no face-to-face appointments during covid) and sent her a photo and she said it was probably photosensitivity. I was prescribed an antihistamine called fexofenadine (180 mg) which I'm not sure helped either way. I was also referred to a dermatologist but by the time the appointment came through, some months later, it had already cleared up, so I canceled the appointment as there was nothing to see.
    The red, sore, itchy rash only appears on my face (so far). We've just had our first good week of sun here in the UK and after some time at the beach, I now have it on my face. Last year it went away after about a month and then didn't really come back for the rest of the summer. I had to stay out of the sun a lot for that first month though, which was a pain.
    I see beta carotene is recommended on some sites as a treatment or preventative but in doses of 180 mg a day. I've seen it on sale at 15 mg doses. Would 180 mg a day be safe (or turn me orange)?
    From what I've read, photosensitivity or PMLE is potentially a histamine issue. Are there diet changes that could help? I also get hayfever and eczema, which I think are in the same family.
    Thanks again for all the great content you two put out there.
    Joe
    Sponsor: The Healthy Rebellion Radio is sponsored by our electrolyte company, LMNT.
    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
    Transcript:
    You can find the transcript for this episode on its blog

    • 36 min
    Covid Immune Depletion, Baby Food, Remembering Brian Tait | THRR107

    Covid Immune Depletion, Baby Food, Remembering Brian Tait | THRR107

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    Submit your questions for the podcast here News topic du jour: Gluten-free diet can ameliorate the symptoms of non-celiac autoimmune diseases 
    Podcast Questions: 1. Anthony J Leonardi and Covid/Vaccine Immune Depletion and Reinfection [19:00]
    Kristi says:
    Hi Robb and Nicki,
    Very long time listener. Thank you so much for your show and for dipping into different topics, I love it.
    My question is, do you know anything about Anthony J Leonardi? He has apparently done a lot of work on and talked about some sort of immune depletion that is caused by both covid and the covid vaccines: called T-cell exhaustion. Something similar to AIDS as far as I currently understand. He has also talked about the "fraud" of the Great Barrington Declaration, I guess because of people getting severe covid reinfections.
    Although I have a bit of scientific background, the papers linked to me are beyond my knowledge, and the fraud claim is a bit baffling to me. I'm wondering if you have looked into this at all or know anything about either the T-cell exhaustion or the reinfections.
    https://www.drugtargetreview.com/news/81320/t-cell-exhaustion-may-limit-long-term-immunity-in-covid-19-patients/
    https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/sciimmunol.abe4782
    https://twitter.com/fitterhappierAJ/status/1514199036319834124?s=20&t=CjqEIQspcmpJBTV3kCTBsw
    Thanks,
    Kristi Herlein
     
    2. Early Eating Habits of 8 months - 18 months? [32:23]
    Getty says:
    Hey Robb,
    All the usuals, you've been super helpful and changed my life, been on and off your stuff for 8+ years.  Also, my bad if someone has asked this before over the many years.
    My wife and I welcomed our first born in June of 2021, breastfeeding and been introducing pureed fruits/veggies at home for the past two months.  Now we are heading into the pincer grip stage and curious on any recommendations on companies that have products that are quality for the lifestyle.  Cheerios are obviously not on the table, but the ease of something in that arena would be appreciated.
    Keep up the great work and been loving LMNT
    Getty

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    Sponsor: The Healthy Rebellion Radio is sponsored by our electrolyte company, LMNT.
    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
    Transcript:
    You can find the transcript on the episode's blog page here https://robbwolf.com/2022/04/22/covid-immune-depletion-baby-food-remembering-brian-tait-thrr107/

    • 36 min
    Protein For Kids, Hyperthyroid Meds Weight Gain, Sleep Struggles | THRR106

    Protein For Kids, Hyperthyroid Meds Weight Gain, Sleep Struggles | THRR106

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    https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2022/03/the-virus-hunting-nonprofit-at-the-center-of-the-lab-leak-controversy
    Podcast Questions: 1. Functional Medicine & Where’s the Beef? [17:57]
    Lisa says:
    I have a double question for the healthy rebellion!  My teenage daughter really doesn’t like much meat (I think it’s a texture thing she will eat sloppy joes for some reason like a champ as well as fish we catch in the lake) and I’m having a hard time upping her intake.   Is there a decent protein powder I can have her add to her smoothly bowls she’s obsessed with while I keep trying the soups and broths you mentioned to another emailer?  The health of our kids is of great concern to me looking at their food choices at school and now that she’s mobile and can go buy her own junk.
    I’d also like to find a functional medicine provider in MN for us but it’s daunting whos for real or who’s a fake?  My extreme distrust of the main stream medical community as a result of the Vid and my father dying of a massive heart attach after being told he was Soooo Healthy has made it difficult to trust anyone.
    Thanks Lisa
    2. Weight Loss While On Hyperthyroid Medication [26:26]
    Douglas says:
    Hi Robb, I am a 56 yr old male recently diagnosed with hyperthyroidism. My doctor has placed me on methimazole 2.5 mg and my numbers look great. The problem is that since being on the medication my weight has gone from 215 to 240 and I am 6'2" tall. I have read many articles stating that it is hard if not impossible to lose weight while on Methimazole. My PA states it is not the medication, but my thyroid that is piling on the pounds. Do you have any recommendations on what I can do start losing weight? I loved your cleared hot podcast and I look forward to hearing from you. Have a great day.
    3. Trouble sleeping with delaying breakfast or eating low carb [29:55]
    Flannery says:
    Hi,
    I'm curious to hear your thoughts on why I have trouble sleeping if I don't eat first thing in the morning or if I decrease the carbs in my diet.
    I’m often not hungry in the morning, but if I skip breakfast or move my first meal to more than about an hour from when I wake up (usually between 6:30 -7:30) I will have significant trouble falling/staying asleep that night. The same thing happens when I shift my diet to include more fat and less carbohydrate as my primary fuel source. I’m a fairly competent food tracker, so I believe I am keeping my calories and protein the same as I make these changes. I’ve also tried (per your inspiration) increasing my salt intake by about 2g sodium/day (above just salting food to taste) when I delay my first meal or decrease carbs, but it has not improved my sleep.
    I don't have a huge need to delay breakfast or shift my diet, but some days higher fat/lower carb just sounds better and I’d like to be able to be more flexible with my diet without losing sleep.
    I’d love to hear your thoughts.
    Thanks,
    Flannery
    Background:
    -I'm a 33 y.o. active woman (I have a pretty physical job as a farmer and work out 3-4x weekly either rock climbing or barbell strength training).
    -I’m fairly lean with a body comp I’m happy with (5 '8'' and 125lbs).
    -I don’t think I’m under-eating calories or protein. When I track I seem to maintain on about 2000-2500 kcal and I love protein, typically averaging about 110-140g/daily mostly from meat and greek yogurt. Usually my diet breaks down to about 25% protein, 45% carbs, 30% fat.
    -I’ve been eating my own version of paleo/W.A.Price-ish for about 10 years (I include rice and dairy, I don’t eat nuts and seeds.)
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    • 38 min

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