Here was part one of this interview with the Well Travelled New Zealander Jake Shuster. I’d hate for you to listen to part 2 without first hearing that part one.
If part one of our interview with FreeTheAnimal.com owner Richard Nikoley was a primer on resistant starch and the modern microbiome, part two here is where we get really controversial. This celiac actually discusses whether or not it’s a good idea to eat wheat!
What can we learn about Islanders tuber consumption for gut health? How does microbiome in the air and supermarket impact wheat’s impact? Why is iron in everything?! Don’t miss Richard Nikoley’s controversial opinions here!
Do as you please.
The brief 7-minute introduction to my new podcast can be listened to right here. Of course, much of that is superseded. The podcast will be as short or as long as it needs to be instead of 30-minutes, and instead of trying to have two guests for short interviews, it will be one guest. So, basically, conventional. I’ll likely toss in other elements along the way.
Today I interview Angelo Coppola, a seasoned blogger and podcaster for over six years, with a very high production value.
We discuss podcasting itself, plus, his personal journey from fat kid to super lean as an adult with four children and a fifth on the way.
You might be surprised about what he discovered about everyone having a piece of a puzzle, but not the whole picture. He had to put that together himself, and he’s going to tell you how.
Being 6′ and 250 lbs, he went a good part of the way with a conventional high-animal Paleo Diet and kept the weight off. However, it wasn’t until he adopted a more plant-based Paleo approach with relatively far less animal foods did he shed the final 30 pounds to become super-lean at 160 lbs.
The podcast isn’t yet available on iTunes but should be soon. In the meantime, I’ve got Soundcloud and YouTube.
- Angelo’s Website: Humans Are Not Broken
- What does ‘Humans Are Not Broken’ Mean?
- The Plant Paleo Diet
- Articles related to The Plant Paleo Diet
- Angelo’s Podcast: Latest in Paleo
- Episode 17 – The Diet of No-Diet (Richard Nikoley guest)
- Latest in Paleo 74: House of Experiments (Richard Nikoley guest)
- Latest in Paleo 97: Perfect Resistance (Richard Nikoley and Tim Steele guests)
- Reversing Type 2 Diabetes: The University of Newcastle Research with Diet Plan
- In Defense of Low Fat: A Call For Some Evolution of Thought (by Denise Minger at Raw Food SOS)
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My next scheduled guest will be Tim Steele of VegetablePharm and we’re going to be talking about potatoes.