Paleo Lifestyle and Fitness Podcast, Episode 75

Podcast PicSarah and I are back with Episode 75 of the Paleo Lifestyle and Fitness Podcast!  Click here to listen or find us on iTunes. Please submit your questions to paleopodcast@gmail.com and if you have a spare minute, please be sure to leave us a review on iTunes!!  Thank you very much and enjoy!

Here’s what we discuss in this episode:

  • Sarah’s meat chickens.  (12:28)
  • The variability of paleo.  (21:52)
  • What we ate.  (33:53)
  • Cortisol.  (43:00)

 

Comments

  1. says

    Great episode! So sorry to hear Jason can’t make it to Train like a girl. I’d registered because I was excited about seeing you both. Had some second thoughts about going ( too old, not in good enough shape, lifting newbie, you name it) but facing those fears and will be there. Now to face the fear of talking to Sarah…which I will. But Sarah if you see a 50 something woman standing there getting up the nerve to approach, it’s probably me,

  2. Heather says

    I really enjoyed hearing you guys talk about Sarah’s chickens and of course where our food comes from as the bigger issue. With that in mind and as I committ further to this as a lifestyle not a diet, my husband and I recently (like last week!) had an aquaponics system set up and installed in our backyard. It consists of 3 x 500L grow beds and 2 x 1000L tanks which we now have fish in. So essentially you feed the fish and their waste feeds the plants. We therefore will have our own trout to harvest towards the beginning of the Australian summer and then we will put in a fish called Barrumundi which are also an incredibly good eating fish in December and they generally last until the begining of the Australian winter. it provides us with our own organic produce and our own fish to eat all year round. Although its a wonderfully sustainable, enviornmentally and totally primal option for growing food, its also pretty amazing to raise your own animals for nourishment – one is so much more invested in the outcome.

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