Dr. Loren Cordain is the world’s foremost authority on the evolutionary basis of diet and disease. Featured on Dateline NBC, the front page of the Wall Street Journal, and TheNew York Times, Dr. Cordain is widely acknowledged as one of the world’s leading experts on the natural human diet of our Stone Age ancestors. He is the author of more than 100 peer-reviewed scientific articles and abstracts, and his research into the health benefits of Stone Age Diets for contemporary people has appeared in the world’s top scientific journals including the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, the British Journal of Nutrition, and the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, among others. He is also on the Advisory Board of Paleo Magazine the first, and only, print magazine dedicated to the Paleo/Primal lifestyle and ancestral health.
Sorry, on this episode we had some technical difficulties, so this one will be in transcript version only. See the entire show transcript below:
Gary Collins: [laughs] This Gary Collins, creator of The Primal Power Method. I am here again with Nicole Hellendoorn, of California Paleo Kitchens. I did get her name right and got everything right this time.
Nicole Hellendoorn: [laughs] Third time’s a charm.
Gary: Yeah, I’ll get used to it after a while [laughing]. Today, we want to talk about a topic that’s been covered, but I think we’re going to take it in a little different direction, because usually people talk about going Paleo and dating. That’s fine and all, but I think it’s better to talk about in general, changing your health and dating.
Gary Collins: This is Gary and Nicole here with “Keeping It Real,” episode two, where we’re going to be talking about Paleo and working out. A very interesting subject, don’t you think, Nicole?
Nicole Hellendoorn: There’s so much to talk about. Let’s get right into it.
Gary: I agree. We were talking previously, before we started recording this, about Paleo, CrossFit, using kettle bells, and other exercise techniques that people are getting into and getting injured. What’s your perspective on that as far as your beliefs on how the Paleo, CrossFit, kettle bells, well actually people lump kettle bells in with CrossFit, but actually kettle bells were around well before CrossFit.