Monday, July 1, 2013

Me, on a podcast; go check it out.

One of the things I am always encouraging paleo/primal newbies to do is to find a podcast or two that you dig, and sit back, kick up your feet and *learn*. There are a bunch of really good ones out there. There are even a few more that supply the listener with great info, but occasionally you might think a particular episode was recorded with two tins cans and a ball of string.

Well, the gold standard in casting those paleo pods is routinely set by Liz Wolfe and Diane Sanfilippo over at the Balanced Bites podcast, and by Robb Wolf and Greg Everett at the Paleo Solution podcast. But let me tell ya... Kendall Kendrick is also steadily and consistently kicking ass with her new Born Primal podcast. Kendall has a radio background, so no tins cans and balls of string here; plus she is a newly-minted Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, and she knows her shit when it comes to ancestral health and food policy.

Well, recently, Kendall decided that I was so routinely headed here in Blogville into discussions about mind-body connections and meditation as a solution to stress that I was a potential podcast guest. A Facebook message or two later and she continued her (deluded?) mental state in that regard, and....we recorded an episode. Nice. It was fun.

Here it is. Or you can go over to iTunes and download it for free ("Born Primal podcast" is your search term.... Durrrr).

We talk about, well, everything, and how, you know, everything you do affects everything else, and how all that integrated-health/mind-body stuff that I am spieling about on a regular basis can, yeah.... change your fucking life.

Wouldn't that be nice? To change your life?

We even go on a bit about the notion of a Whole-30-style challenge, but for your brain. Like, what if you meditated every day for just 15 little minutes?

It's cool stuff. Go listen. (Or, y'know... don't. It's all just a big suggestion, kids).

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