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Podcast by TNT Wellness and Nutrition

TNT Wellness and Nutrition Podcast TNT Wellness and Nutrition

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Podcast by TNT Wellness and Nutrition

    Episode 144 Sex And Society

    Episode 144 Sex And Society

    For the podcast this week, we continue our discussion of the book, Civilized to Death by Christopher Ryan. We dive into his opinions on how the civilized world deals with sex and how vastly different our ancient ancestors viewed sex. 

    Humans are commonly compared to chimpanzees because they’re our closest relatives, genetically speaking. Therefore, scientists use their behavior to explain our behavior. Chimpanzees use tools and also partake in organized group conflict which is uncommon in the animal kingdom. The only other animal to do this is humans. 

    However, humans are just as closely related to another species, the bonobo. This group of chimpanzees rarely fight and use sex as a form of currency. They partake in various types of sexual acts and view it as a way to maintain a peaceful and functional environment for everyone. 

    So why shouldn’t humans be compared to bonobos when it comes to their views on sex? This is the question we discuss on this week’s podcast.

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    • 31 min
    AOW #24 Berkeley's Going Vegan

    AOW #24 Berkeley's Going Vegan

    In the podcast this week, we discuss how the city of Berkeley, California is planning on reducing the amount of meat it purchases for city supplied meals with the goal of going completely plant based in the future. The reasons used to justify this move revolve around reducing the city's greenhouse gas emissions and the city's attempt to promote healthier meals.

    Both of these reasons are complete shit! Animal agriculture is not a major contributor to total worldwide greenhouse gas emissions. In total, plant based agriculture contributes more carbon to the atmosphere than animal agriculture.  Plant based meals are also lacking in too many essential vitamins and mineral compared to their animal based meals to be consider healthy, in my opinion. Some of the nutritional deficiencies in plant based meals include: Vitamin A, D, K, Choline, Creatine, Cholesterol, Carnitine and Zinc, just to name a few. You must include animal based sources of nutrition in your meals in order to get the optimum amount of these nutrients in your diet. 

    To learn more about why Berkeley is going vegan and why we think it's the wrong decision, listen to this week's podcast.

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    • 12 min
    Episode 143 Rich A - Hole Syndrome

    Episode 143 Rich A - Hole Syndrome

    In this week's podcast, we discuss the book Civilized To Death by Christopher Ryan. For the last 140+ episodes of this podcast, we have discussed what humans should eat and how they should exercise in order to be their healthiest and strongest. However, we are very aware that there is another huge side of the equation that helps humans be their best selves and that's how they live and how they construct their personal environment. This encompasses their day to day lives, where they live and how they think.

    This book outlines how humans live in a zoo of their own creation and for the most of us, this zoo sucks! The lives we live today are vastly different than the lives of our ancient ancestors. The rules we are forced to follow to fit into the so called "normal" way of life, don't allow most humans to live a healthy and fulfilling life. 

    The book Civilized To Death goes over all of this and more that's why we decided to discuss it this week. Hopefully this message helps people live a more happy and fulfilling life.

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    • 40 min
    AOW #23 Cows Can Save The World

    AOW #23 Cows Can Save The World

    For the Article of The Week this week, we discuss an article that outlines how cows have the capacity to break down plastic in a natural way that is much faster and cleaner then the ways we currently deal with plastic recycling. The invention of plastic has been a blessing and a curse for our society. Plastic has allowed us to develop various containers and materials that make our modern lives possible but we didn't think about how we would dispose of all this plastic once people were done with it.

    Our current solutions are not sustainable. We try to recycle some plastic but only a very small percentage is fully recycled. Most plastic is burned which releases harmful byproducts into the atmosphere or we simply bury the plastic and push our garbage problem onto the next generation. Neither of these solutions are sustainable, so finding natural ways to dispose of plastic is crucial for ensuring our world to shift towards more sustainable lifestyles. With that in mind, it was recently found that a bacteria in cows’ GI tract has the capacity to breakdown plastic. This is great news and gives us hope that sometime soon, we will have more natural and sustainable ways to deal with the excess plastic in today’s world. 

    To learn more about cows and how they are doing to help save our planet, listen to this week's podcast.

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    • 8 min
    Episode 142 Asymptomatic Spread

    Episode 142 Asymptomatic Spread

    In this week's podcast, we end our conversation on covid. We will be discussing the prevalence of asymptomatic spread and looking into the data to see if lockdowns were effective in slowing the spread of covid, and if asymptomatic spread was so dramatic that it warranted mass testing and mass mask wearing across the world. 

    Asymptomatic spread is responsible for 6 - 7% of all covid cases. It is not the primary driver of covid spreading across the world. Therefore the narrative used to convince healthy people that they are sick is wrong and not based on accurate non biased science. 

    To learn more about asymptomatic spread and how someone can test positive for covid yet show no symptoms and learn what this means, listen to this week's podcast.

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    • 22 min
    Episode 141 Vaccine Safety Data

    Episode 141 Vaccine Safety Data

    In this week's podcast, we discuss the safety data used to justify the mass vaccination of the world against the covid virus. The number most widely reported claiming the vaccines have a 90%+ efficacy is misleading. This number represents the relative risk reduction from vaccination, not the absolute risk reduction from catching and spreading covid. 

    Getting vaccinated doesn't mean you can't catch covid nor does it mean you can't spread covid if you do catch it. Vaccinated individuals can still catch covid and spread it if they do catch it. Vaccine safety data only measures the severity of the disease if caught, and vaccination is intended to lessen the severe outcomes from covid.

    Only reporting the relative risk reduction from vaccination is misleading to the general public and makes the vaccines appear more effective than it really is. The absolute risk reduction of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are .7% and 1.1% respectively. These numbers are much lower than the numbers being reporting and the fact that these numbers are not reported should be a huge red flag to everyone. To learn more about this and more about the covid vaccine, listen to this week's podcast.

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    • 23 min

Customer Reviews

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32 Ratings

Mr. Esteban ,

Very Informative Podcast

These guys really know their stuff and provide information that challenges our beliefs. They provide inspiration to learn more about nutrition and how to live a balanced healthy life.

D1987 ,

Keto/wholefoods/carnivore

Great info that can help one move to a more fit body and an overall healthier lifestyle.

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Great podcast!

Really good info! Keep up the good work! :)

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