Recipes For Life with Pete Evans

A conversation about my favourite ingredients for a healthy human experience.

We take an informed look at topics that include nutritional and emotional wellbeing, as well as expanded consciousness.

Dr Caryn Zinn is a registered dietitian and sports nutritionist. Her Masters Degree was in the area of sports nutrition, and her Doctoral Studies focused on how to achieve sustainable weight loss.

Dr Caryn currently combines academic work with her own clinical dietetic practice. She believes that this mix of academia and practice keeps her real and at the industry's cutting edge.

“When LCHF (or low carb healthy fat) first came onto my radar I initially dismissed it”, Caryn explains, “but going back over the evidence has convinced me that our current recommendations are based on flawed science.”

Known as the ‘Whole Food Dietitian’, Caryn's mission is to influence the dietetic profession, to understand the profound and potential improved health benefits of LCHF nutrition.

Check out the wonderful books that have been co-authored by Dr Caryn Zinn with Professor Grant Schofield - ‘What The Fat’ and ‘What The Fast’, with Chef Craig Rodger.


Join me as I ask Caryn:

* How she became one of the leading voices in her industry for changes to dietary guidelines.

* What is causing the resistance to her message.

* Is she optimistic about the future of dietary guidelines?

* Which countries are getting this right?


Caryn will also share with us:

* The science behind why she believes our dietary guidelines need to be updated.

* The science behind fasting.

* The Superfasting Protocol.

* The Three-Day Fast.

* Who should and shouldn‘t try fasting?


I hope you get a lot out of Dr Caryn’s common-sense approach to diet - I know I did, with gems like:

“We know that there are about 28 countries in the world that have put forward a sugar tax so we need to get on with it!”

“Fasting has been around since the beginning of time, literally.”

“The biology says that in the morning you are at you're least hungry, so don't eat!”

“A 24 hour fast is super easy to do - all you need is a busy day at work and you're done!”


To find out more about Dr Caryn, check out her webpage https://CarynZinn.co.nz


I’d love to know your thoughts and experiences, join the conversation on my Facebook page - https://fb.me/paleochefpeteevans. If you enjoyed this podcast, I encourage you to subscribe, and if you really enjoyed it, I'd love for you to tell a friend or even leave a review on iTunes!


This podcast is presented by the Pete Evans Healthy Everyday range of super blends including Collagen Super Blend, Bone Broth Super Blends, and check out our new All Grass Fed Grass Finished Beef Liver Capsules (and there's more to come!) You can find out more at http://www.gelatinaustralia.com


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Dr Aseem Malhotra is an award-winning cardiologist.  

He's becoming known as one of the most influential cardiologists in Britain, and a world leading expert in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of heart disease. He is successfully leading the campaign against excess sugar consumption.  

The award-winning NHS cardiologist has successfully motivated leading academics, the media and politicians to make sugar reduction a health priority in the UK, by publishing commentaries in the BMJ and mainstream media.  

When he's not working is a Doctor in the National Health Service, Dr Aseem reigns supreme in his fight to raise awareness about the health benefits of a sugar free diet, maintaining that sugar deserves it's reputation as public health enemy number one!  

His no-holds-barred approach to challenging common health beliefs is proving highly effective in getting medical professionals and social authorities from around the world to sit up and take notice. He's regularly invited to speak at national and international conferences.

  

Join me as I ask Dr Aseem:  

* What does a cardiologist do?  

* What are his thoughts on the use of statins?  

* How can we decipher health information when authorities aren't up to date with science?  

* His ingredients for a healthy, delicious recipe for life.  

    

Dr Aseem will also tell us about:  

* How food impacts on chronic disease.  

* What he'd like our dietary guidelines to be.  

* His positive outlook for the future of healthcare.  


Dr Aseem is known for his never-give-up attitude, and you can hear it in the things he shares with us in this episode:  

“Dietary changes are more powerful than any drug in the prevention and treatment of heart disease and come without side effects.”  

“50% of what you learn in medical school will turn out to be either outdated or wrong within five years of your graduation -  the trouble is no-one can tell you which half so you need to learn to learn on your own.” 

“We need to really make medicine great again!”  

  

To find out more about Dr Aseem Malhotra, visit DoctorAseem.com.

  

I’d love to know your thoughts and experiences, join the conversation on my Facebook page - https://fb.me/paleochefpeteevans. If you enjoyed this podcast, I encourage you to subscribe, and if you really enjoyed it, I'd love for you to tell a friend or even leave a review on iTunes!  

  

This podcast is presented by the Pete Evans Healthy Everyday range of super blends including Collagen Super Blend, Bone Broth Super Blends, and check out our new All Grass Fed Grass Finished Beef Liver Capsules (and there's more to come!) You can find out more at http://www.gelatinaustralia.com  

  

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Dr Maya Shetreat-Klein is an Integrative Paediatric Neurologist with a medical degree from Albert Einstein College of Medicine with a Special Distinction in Research in child neurology for her original work in autism.  

Dr Shetreat-Klein completed the University of Arizona’s two-year Fellowship in integrative medicine founded by Andrew Weil, MD, and is now a member of the Faculty. She has lectured internationally for both physicians and lay people on topics such as children's health, autism, integrative medicine and nutrition, toxins and neurological health. She practices in New York City where she lives with her family.  

  

Join me as I ask Dr Maya:  

* What is an Integrative Paediatric Neurologist?  

* Where did the great title for her book “The Dirt Cure” come from?  

* What is the science behind Earthing?  

* On another topic, what do neurologists think of entheogens?  

    

Dr Shetreat-Klein will also tell us about:  

* The importance of getting our food from as close to the source, the soil, as possible.  

* The distinction between creating and consuming.  

* The best way to raise the next generation with robust health.  

* What to look for if your children have behavioural or learning issues.  


It was wonderful to experience Dr Maya’s passion for nature and how beneficial it is for us. It really shone through with thoughts like:  

“Children can recognise the logo of 50 or 70 different companies, but they can't recognise a leaf and identify the tree that it comes from.”

“About 25% of the world’s biodiversity lives in our soil.”  

“We are really making a difference by just using the voices and voting with our wallets!”

“Go outside and hug a tree!”  

  

To learn more about Dr Maya Shetreat-Klein, visit her website http://DirtCure.com and for more information pick up her amazing book “The Dirt Cure”.  

  

I’d love to know your thoughts and experiences, join the conversation on my Facebook page - https://fb.me/paleochefpeteevans. If you enjoyed this podcast, I encourage you to subscribe, and if you really enjoyed it, I'd love for you to tell a friend or even leave a review on iTunes!  

  

This podcast is presented by the Pete Evans Healthy Everyday range of super blends including Collagen Super Blend, Bone Broth Super Blends, and check out our new All Grass Fed Grass Finished Beef Liver Capsules (and there's more to come!) You can find out more at http://www.gelatinaustralia.com  

  

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Dr Dale Bredesen is internationally recognised as an expert in the mechanisms of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's disease.  

He is Professor of Neurology at the University of California Los Angeles. His book ‘The End Of Alzheimer's’, the first program to prevent and reverse the cognitive decline of dementia, is available now.

  

Join us as I ask Dr Dale:  

* What actually is Alzheimer's?  

* Are current dietary guidelines correct for safeguarding against Alzheimer's?  

* Can Alzheimer's be preventable?  

* How can you slow or reverse Alzheimer's?  

    

Dr Bredesen will also share with us:  

* His treatment program, the Bredesen Protocol.  

* How inflammation can lead to Alzheimer's.  

* What foods to embrace or avoid to protect yourself from Alzheimer’s.  

  

Given the truly remarkable implications of his studies, his nature is strikingly calm - although you could sense his excitement when he said:  

“We can make Alzheimer's disease a rare disease.”  

“This is not old fashioned medicine - you give me a pill I go home that’s last time you hear from me - that's not the way this works. This is 21st century medicine.”  

“To give people Alzheimer’s, you almost couldn't do better than the current Western lifestyle.”  

“To see human beings weapon hopeless getting better for the first time it's just an absolute thrill!”  

  

To find out more about Dr Dale Bredesen visit https://www.drbredesen.com/

  

I’d love to know your thoughts and experiences, join the conversation on my Facebook page - https://fb.me/paleochefpeteevans. If you enjoyed this podcast, I encourage you to subscribe, and if you really enjoyed it, I'd love for you to tell a friend or even leave a review on iTunes!  

  

This podcast is presented by the Pete Evans Healthy Everyday range of super blends including Collagen Super Blend, Bone Broth Super Blends, and check out our new All Grass Fed Grass Finished Beef Liver Capsules (and there's more to come!) You can find out more at http://www.gelatinaustralia.com  

  

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Dr Kelly Brogan is a Manhattan based holistic woman's health psychiatrist, author of The New York Times bestselling book ‘A Mind Of Your Own’ and co-editor of the landmark textbook ‘Integrative Therapies For Depression’.  

She completed her psychiatric training and fellowship at NYU Medical Centre after graduating from Cornell University Medical College and has a B. Sc from MIT in Systems Neuroscience.  

She is board certified in Psychiatry, Psychosomatic Medicine and Integrative Holistic Medicine, and is specialised in a root cause resolution approach to psychiatric syndromes and symptoms.  

She's a medical director for Fearless Parent and a founding member of Health Freedom Action.   She's a certified KRI Kundalini yoga teacher and also a mother of two. 

  

Join us as I ask Dr Kelly:  

* What is the definition of depression?  

* What role do antidepressants really play?  

* What can the contraceptive pill do to someone’s mental state?  

    

Dr Brogan will also share with us:  

* The importance of your gut microbiome.  

* Ways to send our body signals of safety and reclaim your health.  

* The link between the side effects of psychotropic drugs and violence.  

  

Dr Kelly is dedicated to mental wellbeing, and her expertise shines through in this podcast, when she says things like:

“When I put down my prescription pad and I started to employ lifestyle medicine in my practice I had a full recovery of unmedicated patients.”

“Our diet is communicating to our entire nervous system through the responsivity and integrity of our gut microbiome.”

“We are not meant to be the superhuman race that outpaces the rest of the planet through the great gifts of science and technology!”


To find out more about Kelly Brogan visit http://KellyBroganMD.com - and check out her book “A Mind Of Your Own” - you won't be disappointed!  

  

I’d love to know your thoughts and experiences, join the conversation on my Facebook page - https://fb.me/paleochefpeteevans. If you enjoyed this podcast, I encourage you to subscribe, and if you really enjoyed it, I'd love for you to tell a friend or even leave a review on iTunes!  

  

This podcast is presented by the Pete Evans Healthy Everyday range of super blends including Collagen Super Blend, Bone Broth Super Blends, and check out our new All Grass Fed Grass Finished Beef Liver Capsules (and there's more to come!) You can find out more at http://www.gelatinaustralia.com  

  

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