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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.

    Calorie Restriction While Training Hard, How To Eat Enough Protein, Kids and Lockdown | THRR099

    Calorie Restriction While Training Hard, How To Eat Enough Protein, Kids and Lockdown | THRR099

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    Submit your questions for the podcast here News topic du jour: Ensuring planetary survival: the centrality of organic carbon in balancing the multifunctional nature of soils
    "Not only do soils provide 98.7% of the calories consumed by humans, they also provide numerous other functions upon which planetary survivability closely depends. However, our continuously increasing focus on soils for biomass provision (food, fiber, and energy) through intensive agriculture is rapidly degrading soils and diminishing their capacity to deliver other vital functions. These tradeoffs in soil functionality – the increased provision of one function at the expense of other critical planetary functions – are the focus of this review."
    Podcast Questions: 1. Calorie Restriction While Training Hard [6:58]
    From Maryann in THR
    I just got in from my best long run. Ever. It was a 12 mile run: 2 Repeats of 2 miles easy / 4 miles at half marathon pace.
    I want to thank Ryan Baxter for introducing me to Steph Gaudreau and the concept that too much calorie restriction while training hard is a mistake. My daily calorie intake gradually increased from 1,200 to between 1,400 and 1,800. My performance has improved and my weight / size has stayed the same. It's easy to see how so many female athletes get their heads so screwed up.
    2. How To Get Volume of Protein, and The Magic of LMNT [10:01]
    Dave says:
    Hi Robb,
    I'm trying to figure out how to get enough grams of protein in my diet, and it seems almost impossible without massively overeating.   I'm about 210 pounds, and my ideal weight with healthy composition is probably in the 190-200 range.   Depending on who's advice you follow in the paleo/keto/IF/carnivore community I should be getting at least 100g of protein, and possibly as much as 200g by some accounts.   Over the last month I've been tracking macros carefully and eating basically nothing but meat, eggs, cheese, above-ground veggies, and some (good) fat.  But it's rare that I get more than about 80g of protein even when I try, and if I do get much more than that I feel over-full the entire day.   I've made a point of trying to see if I could get 150g of protein, and eating almost nothing but meat, still couldn't do it.
    Is it actually feasible to meet the recommendations?  The only ways I see to do it are to either drink gobs of whey powder (which would be rather unenjoyable) or workout so much and so intensely that my body would happily double up on calorie intake, which seems rather impractical as a fully-employed 53 year old .  Am I missing something?
    I'd love to get your perspective on this, and please accept my apologies if you've talked about this on your podcast or other forums-- I'm still catching up on several of them.
    Also, LMNT is amazing and has changed my life (I truly mean that).  I'm an avid mountain biker, and I use to routinely get cramps, sometimes quite horribly.  I tried everything. The only thing that helped, but only to a degree was using some salt tablets.  But after starting using LMNT this summer, they're completely gone.  It's amazing.  But even more:  I used to also routinely have heart palpitations (not the dangerous kind, but still unnerving), as well as restless leg syndrome.   Both are gone now.  And after I made the connection, I've noticed that if I feel the palpitations or the beginning of restless leg, within 30 minutes of taking LMNT they're gone.  That's happened frequently enough that I'm now sure it's causal.  I've literally never seen or heard anyone make the connection between RLS and salts/electrolytes, but it clearly mattered for me and seems plausible in retrospect given the role of electrolyte deficiency in nervous system and muscular dysfunction.  In any case, THANK YOU!!!
    Dave
    (By the way, since writing this a few days ago, the insight I had

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    Bastardization of the Scientific Method, Brain Fog, Baby Veganism Danger | THRR098

    Bastardization of the Scientific Method, Brain Fog, Baby Veganism Danger | THRR098

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    Submit your questions for the podcast here News topic du jour: Why the Bastardization of the Scientific Method Is so Dangerous One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we’ve been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We’re no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It’s simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we’ve been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back.” ― Carl Sagan, The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark
     
    Podcast Questions:  
    1. Brain Fog [30:01]
    Ryan says:
    Hi Rob, I’ve been noticing more over the past few years the phenomenon of brain fog. It seems to most often set in after eating breakfast which is a rotation of Eggs, Sausage, and Cheese with the occasional bread and Oatmeal. Plain eggs is the most frequent breakfast. My question is: Are there other foods besides gluten known to cause this fatigue/fogginess (like eggs and dairy) and how long does it typically take to set in? Most mornings when I experience the fogginess it is accompanied by an irritable mood. Important to note that this was never an issue until after high school when my diet changed to include significantly less breads, often going a week or more between consuming glutens and obviously getting older too.
    Thanks
    P.S Maybe I see you at Costco sometime.
     
    2. The Next Generation - Veganism [35:32]
    Janeen says:
    A topic I do not hear addressed much is that with veganism on the rise, what is going to happen to the children born to vegans?  I have a friend who is an RN and is an internationally certified lactation consultant (or some such title) and she says the babies of vegans are smaller, have lower APGAR scores, do not seem to thrive as well as non-vagan babies. But this type of information never makes it to the news. Those babies were denied so much nutrition while developing, and once born, the mother's breast milk is less than ideal.  Will these kids not be able to reach their full potential despite the lack of nutrients that was in their diets? Our 32 year old daughter has been a vegan for 4 years or so and is about to get married. She believes the vegan line that it is a perfectly fine diet.  I have a degree in anthropology and there has never been a healthy vegan society since we came down from the trees.  My daughter does not believe me.  I am and NTP, all I know about nutrition is wrong, according to her. She feels my course was taught by pro-meat eaters and therefore they had an agenda. What will happen to our society if there are not enough intelligent people left to do be able to make the hard, philosophical decisions that need to made to keep this ship floating?
     
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    Transcript:
    For the transcript for this episode, go to it's blog page here: https://robbwolf.com/2022/01/14/bastardization-of-the-scientific-method-brain-fog-baby-veganism-danger-thrr098/

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    Covid Policies, Creatine and Kidney Function, Immunity and Caloric Intake | THRR097

    Covid Policies, Creatine and Kidney Function, Immunity and Caloric Intake | THRR097

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    Submit your questions for the podcast here News topic du jour:  
    Dishonesty about masking kids results in insanity To justify masking kids, proponents relied on bio-plausibility, and cited filtration studies, often performed on mannequins. Of course, the physical properties of a mask on a dummy are not the same as asking a child to wear it for prolonged periods of time. If a cloth mask captures 70% of particles or 80%; you still have no idea whether asking a child to wear that fabric mask (and accepting that use will be imperfect) has a net health benefit to that child or others around them.
    Universities' Covid Policies Defy Science and Reason Parents and students should challenge dogma with data. https://bariweiss.substack.com/p/universities-covid-policies-defy
    Dr. Marty Makary is a professor at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
    At these institutions of higher learning and thousands more, science is supposedly held in the highest esteem. So where is the scientific support for masking outdoors? Where is the scientific support for constantly testing fully vaccinated young people? Where is the support for the confinement of asymptomatic, young people who test positive for a virus to which they are already immune on a campus of other immune people?
    The data simply do not justify any of it.
    For the past two years, this country has imposed extensive, and often unnecessary, restrictions on over 54 million school-age children, even though they are the least likely group to suffer serious consequences of a Covid infection. Instead, we have damaged their education, kept them from seeing human faces, and treated them as vectors without a right to a normal childhood.
    College students are not the only young people we have harmed. A recent Brown University study found that “children born during the pandemic have significantly reduced verbal, motor, and overall cognitive performance compared to children born pre-pandemic.” The researchers pointed out that families of lower socioeconomic status were most affected. At the same time, adults have been allowed to socialize barefaced at bars, while children outdoors on playgrounds are still masked. This is nothing short of an abuse of power by adults over a defenseless group.
    Podcast Questions:  
    1. Creatine and Kidney Function [23:04]
    Josh says:
    Hi Robb and Nikki! Thanks for all you do. The information is so helpful and you are both entertaining to listen to. What is your take on crearine supplements and kidney function? Can creatine supplementation decrease kidney function by increasing creatinine levels or is this just a false indicator as some studies have suggested? https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/15273072/
    https://pediaa.com/difference-between-creatine-and-creatinine/
    2. Immunity and caloric intake [24:52]
    Daniel says:
    Hi team! I have been following your work for years and have been a member of the Healthy Rebellion on and off.
    Recently I have been eating more calories purposely to put on more weight during a strength phase. However, I have noticed that when I am eating more I am feeling more rundown/get sick more often ie sore throat, etc. When I am not eating as much I typically eat in a smaller feeding window and adhere more towards a higher fat/lower carb lifestyle.
    When you Google ‘immunity and caloric intake’ it literally seems like each clickbait link opposes the other - one says eating less weakens the immune system, the next says the opposite.
    Do you have any opinion or thoughts on this topic? Are the increased calories causing the body to ‘process more’ and therefore create extra work? Or is there no correlation at all and this is just in my head?
    For context I am 5’10 74 kg eating ~2800 cals/day to add weight with ~160g protein/day. 38 years old.
    Thanks !
     
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    Vaccine Hesitancy, CBD and Testosterone, Omega 3:6 While Reducing Sat. Fat | THRR096

    Vaccine Hesitancy, CBD and Testosterone, Omega 3:6 While Reducing Sat. Fat | THRR096

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    Submit your questions for the podcast here News topic du jour:

    Pre-pandemic cognitive function and COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy: cohort study "Vaccination is central to controlling the present pandemic, with success reliant on a sufficiently high uptake to achieve herd immunity (Omer et al., 2020).
    1. CBD and testosterone [35:01]
    Jonathan says:
    Hello
    I am a 42 year old male, to the best of my knowledge, in good health. I strength train 4 times a week and am looking to keep my testosterone levels optimal. I have no reason to believe my testosterone levels are not good, but am cautious about taking supplements that have a known negative impacts on testosterone.
    I am hearing a lot of positive claims for CBD, and believe that you’ve talked about personally using it. Two that are most prominent is: 1. to reduce inflammation and 2. To reduce anxiety.
    Do you know what the effects of CBD on testosterone? How does this differ from THC?
    Thanks!
    Jonathan
    https://gaiaguru.co.uk/does-cbd-affect-hormones/#:~:text=CBD%20has%20been%20suggested%20to,break%20testosterone%20down%20(4).
    "CBD has been suggested to reduce testosterone production by inhibiting the enzyme 17α‐hydroxylase, which makes Testosterone in leydig cells of the testes (4).
    However, CBD also inhibits specific cytochrome p450 enzymes in the liver which break testosterone down (4)."
    2. Omega 6:3 Ratio When Lowering Saturated Fat [38:19]
    Nathan says:
    Hi Robb,
    First discovered your work in 2009 when podcast episodes were still single digits. My lungs had collapsed 14+ times, I had 3 lung surgeries, and long story short: I put a super rare autoimmune disease into remission thanks to you!
    In an effort to make this message easier to process, I've tried to ask the question first, then included context below if it's helpful.
    QUESTION:
    Dr. Cromwell recommended that I try lowering saturated fats to less than 15% of total calories, keep total fat around 60%, retest in a couple months, then chat with him again. Seems like a good next step. I've been mostly eating low-carb paleo + full fat grass fed dairy (keto at times, for mental performance) so I've been getting lots of what I've considered high quality animal fats...but this recommendation has me scratching my head regarding where I should be getting my ~60% of calories from fat from. I'm planning to increase fatty fish like salmon in my diet, but I'm a bit worried about getting omega 6:3 ratios all out of whack if I cut out much of the grass fed beef, grassfed full fat dairy, wild game, etc I've been eating. Egads! Thoughts?
    ###
    CONTEXT:
    After listening to your episode with Dr. William Cromwell, I ordered Cardiometabolic Risk Assessment and just got off a great call with him. Incredible person and amazing work he's doing. Anyway, everything looks good/great except for my cardiovascular risk, which is high (thanks to LDL-C at 174, non-HNL-C at 189, and ApoB at 136). I also have a family history of heart disease at a relatively young age, and though I'm only 34, I've been told that cardiac surgery in the future isn't much of an option on account of the fact that my lung surgeries essentially fused my lungs to my chest wall...so I basically need to just prevent cardiovascular disease in the first place. Given that I tested as highly insulin sensitive on his risk assessment, Cromwell said he'd expect me to do fine with up to 75g of carbs per day (currently doing 40-ish).
    p.s., my sister is a fishing boat captain and runs the only all-female crew (badasses) up there. If you and the family ever make it up there, we could get you the family discount (free) to go out on the boat and catch hundreds of pounds of incredible fish to bring back! Great for little girls to see women doing such badass work as well! You've made a pretty indescribable impact on my and my family's health over the year

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    Starbucks, Soy Milk, and Sustainability with Diana Rodgers (Chat 2) | Salty Talk 038 | THRR

    Starbucks, Soy Milk, and Sustainability with Diana Rodgers (Chat 2) | Salty Talk 038 | 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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    Submit your questions for the podcast here  
    Show Notes: This is the second 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.
     
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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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    Infant Leaky Gut, Firefighter Fueling, Excessive Nicotine | THRR095

    Infant Leaky Gut, Firefighter Fueling, Excessive Nicotine | THRR095

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    Submit your questions for the podcast here News topic du jour:

    Therapeutic targeting of inflammation in hypertension: from novel mechanisms to translational perspective  
    1. Young Rebel Eating [11:09]
    Kevin says:
    Hi Nicki and Robb,
    A few podcast ago, Robb mentioned off hand answering a totally different question that leaky gut is actually a good thing in infants and that is why introducing allergens early was a bad idea. Either that or I totally misunderstood what he said. Either way, I am curious around your thoughts on Baby led weaning, exposing new eaters to allergens, and other food considerations when starting your little human out on food.
    Thanks for all you do to educate 6 people,
    Kevin
    2. Dry Lips [15:22]
    Jen says:
    Hi Robb and Nicky!  Thank you so much for all you do!  I've been listening to The Healthy Rebellion Podcast and love learning from you.  I follow a paleoish diet, female of 45 yrs old, 5 feet tall, 130 pounds, and in pretty good health.  However since the beginning of 2021 I've been struggling with extremely dry lips.  I have tried half a dozen products, all help but only a little.  I have to use them upwards of 6 times a day to get close to normal.  I drink around 40 oz of water with some LMNT daily and some decaffeinated (mostly herbal) tea once or twice a day.  I am totally addicted to LMNT!  With the colder weather approaching, it seems to be getting worse.  Really unsure on how to move forward with this pesky annoyance.   Would really appreciate your input.  Thanks so much!!
    3. Fueling for Wildland Firefighters [18:45]
    James:
    Hi Robb and Nicki!
    I am a wildland fire crew leader based in Ontario Canada. I am looking for information on how to best fuel myself and my crew for the sometimes gruelling efforts the job demands.
    I have listened to some of the other episodes regarding to fuelling for hiking and hunting etc., and while I've gleaned some valuable insight, I am aware that the intensity of the job might require a modified approach. Namely more carbs.
    We are deployable up to 19 days and usually have relative autonomy in fresh food choices, outside of the first 72 hours in which we have preselected, non parishable options. I personally choose the first 24 hours worth of food. While I do my best to fill our bag with canned fish, nuts, jerky and other sources of protein and fat, a sizeable portion contains candy, chocolate and other sources of quick sugar. In other words junk.
    For the sake of brevity, here is my question: What do you reccommend for innocuous sources of non-perishable carbs that can be consumed on the go?
    Thank you guys for all that you do,
    Wishing you the best,
    James
     
    4. Offering a cautionary tale for excessive nicotine lozenge/gum consumption [25:46]
    Jack says:
    I recently quit using lozenges/gum. I began using it in college about 6 years ago for the stimulant/nootropic effect, not as NRT, as I've never smoked or vaped. I was bought into the idea that sure, it was addictive, but other than that it was basically harmless. So I didn't worry that much as my use became more and more excessive, especially since I wasn't using tobacco or inhaling questionable chemicals from vape liquid. I was consuming probably 30-40mg a day. As far as I can tell that isn't that far off from the initial starting dose for NRT.
    A day or two after quitting I began to notice drastic improvements in my circulation. My hands and feet were alternately tingly and itchy for a few days. My color vision improved, I suddenly noticed shades of blue/green had much more differentiation. Even just taking a hot shower felt incredible because my skin sensation was so improved. After a few days the dead skin on my feet started to peel, as if I was molting like a snake. And I hope my hair will grow in thicker as well, that is one of the main reasons I'm quitting

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