Tune in to a new kind of talk! The Primal Blueprint Podcast is relaunching as the Primal Kitchen Podcast, hosted by founders Mark Sisson and Morgan Zanotti. Every week, they're sitting down with the biggest names in the health, wellness, and personal growth space. Listen in on Spotify, Apple, and on PrimalKitchen.com.
56: What’s Your Gut Telling You? Pendulum Co-founder Colleen Cutcliffe Has the Answer
It’s time for a gut check! Morgan’s guest this week is Dr. Colleen Cutcliffe, a biochemist and molecular biologist who is passionate about gut health. Colleen is the co-founder and CEO of Pendulum, a research-driven probiotics company on a mission to improve overall health by focusing on the gut. Learn more about the connection between balanced gut flora and a healthy body, and why she believes that certain probiotic strains (particularly Akkermansia) are the key to a healthy gut. Colleen also shares with Morgan the impact that stress, aging, and early antibiotic use can have on the gut microbiome and what people can do to get their gut back in check.
55: The Secrets of High Performers with Psychotherapist and Triathlete, David Roadhouse
This week’s podcast welcomes multigenerational psychotherapist David Roadhouse, a four-time World Triathlon winner, meditation retreat leader, and Morgan’s own personal therapist! Hear about David’s intense training techniques, from sleeping in a hypoxic tent every night for 15 years to loading up on filet mignon long before the “carnivore diet” became popular. David also shares how Buddhist meditation practices shaped his therapy work, his tips for a healthy and successful marriage, and the commonly shared traits he sees in entrepreneurs and high performers like Morgan.
54: The Link Between Strength and Success with Endurance Athlete Eric Hinman
In this week’s podcast, Denver-based endurance athlete and social media influencer Eric Hinman shares how competitions motivated his wellness journey. A 5x Ironman, Leadville finisher, and top CrossFit athlete, he’s also the co-founder of the Original Grain and XO Taco restaurants in Syracuse, NY. Hear from Eric on his current workout routine, eating plan, and the differences between training for competition vs. everyday exercise. The 5x Ironman competitor also gets real with Morgan about his entrepreneurial failures and successes, and how he works with brands and the community to build strong relationships.
53: Chef & Entrepreneur Camilla Marcus Champions Great Taste with Less Waste
In this episode, chef and hospitality entrepreneur Camilla Marcus shares her insights on sustainable food practices and moving toward a zero-waste lifestyle. Founder of NYC-based restaurant turned upscale provisions company west~bourne, Camilla also co-founded of ROAR (Restaurants Organizing Advocating Rebuilding) and is a founding member of the Independent Restaurant Coalition. Camilla and Morgan chat mom-to-mom about raising environmentally aware children and the environmental and health impacts of eating real vs. processed foods. Camilla also shares her philosophy of “honoring nature as nature intended” and offers tips on how to use zero-waste tools at home.
52: Dr. Casey Means on Sugar Highs, Naked Carbs, and Glucose Monitoring for Every Body
Tune in as Morgan chats with Stanford-trained physician Dr. Casey Means about her transition from simply treating symptoms to empowering people to make smart diet and lifestyle choices. Casey is the co-founder and Chief Medical Officer at Levels, a metabolic health company providing tech-enabled tools that continuously monitor glucose levels. In this episode, she dives into the negative effects of glucose spikes, the perils of eating “naked carbs,” and how mental health can influence your physical well-being. Casey also teams up with Morgan, an avid Levels user, to demonstrate how the tool helps track the ongoing effects that glucose has on your body. Visit levels.link/primalkitchen for a special offer for our podcast listeners!
51: Trash Panda’s Julia Putzeys on Separating the Good from the Garbage in Food Labels
Tune in as Morgan chats with Julia Putzeys, certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and general manager of the Trash Panda app, which helps consumers decipher the nutrition information on food labels so they can make more informed choices. In this week’s episode, Julia shares how a pantry cleaning with Morgan inspired her own journey into the health and wellness space, and how a background creating apps and websites for the NFL combined with her nutrition education laid the foundation for developing her “passion project” app. The pair also discuss the ins and outs of teaching children to make healthier food choices, from exploring labels and ingredients to advocating for increased transparency in the food industry.
favorite health podcast!
love this show - so much tangible health info!
Promoting Ozempic? Wow.
I used to love this podcast but I am really disappointed in the direction of recent episodes. I know it says that the opinions of the guests don’t reflect opinions of the company but it does not seem that way! Promoting ozempic? Morgan was very excited about it. I cannot get behind being excited over starvation weight loss and metabolic disruption. I literally can not listen anymore. Not what Primal kitchen used to represent at all. I guess they really did sell out to Kraft.
Good information always
Just have to speed through the (too frequent) parts when Elle interrupts and talks about herself, her story, her doctor, her friends etc…
Constructive criticism: we want to hear the guest and their story and information. Maybe you can do some solo episodes Elle to share your story again.