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Primal Example Podcast

When it comes to health and wellness, there is no shortage of misinformation on the internet. The Primal Example podcast, hosted by lifestyle modification expert Joe Condora, delivers evidence-based nutrition and wellness information in an easily digestible fashion. Featuring interviews from some of the top experts in the health and wellness field, expect to walk away with actionable tips after each episode that you can easily implement in your life. Whether you are interested in paleo, keto, vegan, yoga, functional medicine, carnivore, or any other dietary modality, The Primal Example Podcast has something for you.
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Now displaying: July, 2018
Jul 19, 2018
Movement expert Darryl Edwards joins the show to discuss play vs. exercise. Darryl, the author of the bestselling book Animal Moves, educates people worldwide on how to embrace their inner childhood thru play.
 
The evolution of technology has forced our bodies to be far less capable of performing basic movements such as squatting, crawling, and jumping. While the mainstream fitness paradigm is centered around “blood, sweat, and tears”, Darryl promotes a more playful approach of regaining our lost "animal movement" capabilities.
 
Did you know that you burn 10% more calories by standing instead sitting?
 
Did you know that standing all day can be unhealthy and contribute to postural abnormalities?
 
In this episode, you'll hear about Darryl's journey from desk-jockey to movement expert, how you can regain your health thru movement, why you should embrace your inner child, and much more.
 
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Jul 9, 2018
Keto, paleo, vegan, carnivore...the list of ways to eat seems endless, which can create anxiety or make preexisting anxiety/depression even worse. Knowing this, should an anxious/depressed person embark on a strict, dogmatic dietary approach?
 
On episode 58, Joe and Amber discuss "dieting" with anxiety and depression, the insulin/PCOS connection, and why eating every 2-4 hours to speed up your metabolism is a myth.
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