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How DEXA Can Help You Achieve Your Goals. Podcast with Jason Belvill
Dec 10 • 27 min
Why do so many people struggle to stick to a healthy lifestyle? Health-related goals are largely the product of long term modifications to how we live. And we generally don’t see an immediate payoff from these individual choices, at least not in the…
The Meat Controversy and Why Nutrition Research Is Hard. Podcast with Michael Hull
Dec 3 • 28 min
All of us have heard the aphorism, “Let food be thy medicine, and medicine be thy food.” This maxim, of course, is usually attributed to ancient Greek physician Hippocrates. However, if you’ve ever spent time looking at health-related content on Twitter…
Tonal - A Revolutionary Home Fitness System. Podcast with Aly Orady
Nov 26 • 24 min
On this episode of humanOS Radio, we welcome Aly Orady - founder and CEO of Tonal - to the show. Aly’s story is an all too common example of the price of success in the modern world. Aly was excelling professionally, but in the process his health was…
Is Red Light a Missing Nutrient for Our Health? Podcast with Dr. Michael Hamblin
Nov 19 • 38 min
Light is essential to life as we know it. Plants rely upon sunlight to generate chemical energy, which is stored in their tissues and fuels various life processes. In turn, animals like us convert the energy from the food that we eat into mechanical…
Can We Beat Insomnia by Cooling the Racing Mind? Podcast with Dr. Eric Nofzinger
Nov 12 • 43 min
Insomnia is a uniquely vexing medical problem. It is the most common sleep-related issue, thought to affect around 10-40% of the population in the US. So it is a challenge that affects a whole lot of us. Yet despite its prevalence, treatments for the…
Flavonoids in Edible Plants and Heart Health. Podcast with Dr. Nicola Bondonno
Nov 4 • 20 min
On this episode of humanOS Radio, I welcome Nicola Bondonno to the show. Her research has been examining the effects of bioactive compounds occurring naturally in plant-based foods and beverages, and how they are linked to the cardiovascular health…
Sleep Tracking and Sleep Enhancement. Podcast with Dr. Daniel Gartenberg
Oct 28 • 44 min
On this episode of humanOS Radio, I welcome Daniel Gartenberg to the show. Dan has dedicated his life to helping people sleep better (a calling that we here at humanOS can certainly relate to). Daniel has a Ph.D in Human Factors and Applied Cognition from…
Seasonal Changes, Sunlight, and Metabolic Health. Podcast with Dr. Sander Kooijman
Oct 23 • 21 min
In this episode of humanOS Radio, Dan speaks with Sander Kooijman. Sander is a post-doctoral researcher at Leiden University Medical Center, where he is investigating brown adipose tissue activation as a therapeutic target to attenuate obesity, type 2…
Flavonoids and Brain Health. Podcast with Dr. Pam Maher
Oct 16 • 29 min
In this episode of humanOS Radio, I speak with Pamela Maher. Dr. Maher has a Ph.D. in biochemistry from the University of British Columbia. She was formerly an associate professor at The Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla. In 2004, she moved to her…
Carbohydrate Availability, Energy Balance, and Exercise. Podcast with Dr. Javier Gonzalez.
Oct 9 • 40 min
In this episode of humanOS Radio, I speak with Javier Gonzalez. Dr. Gonzalez is a professor at the Department for Health at the University of Bath in the UK. He and his colleagues recently published a hypothesis suggesting that carbohydrate availability…
Are Short Attention Spans Caused by Modern Work? Podcast with Professor Gloria Mark
Oct 3 • 30 min
We live in an era of unprecedented access to information. Technology has endowed us with the ability to immediately retrieve whatever we want to see or whatever we want to read, just by tapping on a screen a few times. Perhaps even more importantly, we…
Sunlight for Weight Control? Podcast with Professor Scott Byrne
Sep 25 • 28 min
In this episode of humanOS Radio, I speak with Scott Byrne. Scott is a professor at the University of Sydney School of Medicine. He is a cellular immunologist who is studying how the ultraviolet part of the solar spectrum activates regulatory pathways…
The Role of AGEs in Aging and Disease. Podcast with Professor Pankaj Kapahi
Sep 17 • 25 min
On this episode of humanOS Radio, we welcome Pankaj Kapahi to the show. Pankaj is a professor at the Buck Institute, an independent biomedical research institute that is devoted solely to research on aging. He and his team have begun to investigate the…
Interpersonal Neurobiology and the Power of Mindsight. Podcast with Dan Siegel, MD
Sep 10 • 41 min
On this episode of humanOS Radio, I talk with Dan Siegel. Dr. Siegel is a clinical professor of psychiatry at the UCLA School of Medicine, and is the founding co-director of the Mindful Awareness Research Center at UCLA. He is a pioneer in a field known…
Sleep and DNA Repair. Podcast with Professor Lior Appelbaum
Aug 27 • 20 min
Why do we sleep? This is a question that has bedeviled researchers for decades. But we think one major reason may be to facilitate DNA repair. In this episode of humanOS Radio, I speak with Lior Appelbaum. Dr. Appelbaum and colleagues have performed some…
Does Metformin Block the Health Benefits of Exercise? Podcast with Ben Miller, PhD
Jul 31 • 34 min
On this episode of humanOS Radio, we welcome Ben Miller to the show. Ben is a principal investigator in the aging and metabolism research program at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation. In his study, Miller and his team randomly assigned 53…
Optimizing Your Gut Microbiome with Personalized Probiotics. Podcast with Richard Lin
Jul 23 • 24 min
On this episode of humanOS Radio, I speak with Richard Lin. Like all too many of us, Richard became personally invested in his health when he developed a problem that failed to respond to conventional medical interventions. He eventually realized that a…
Increasing Mitochondrial Autophagy for Better Aging. Podcast with Davide D’Amico, PhD
Jul 17 • 23 min
We associate getting older with a loss of energy. On the molecular level, this is quite literally true, because one of the hallmarks of aging is mitochondrial dysfunction. Mitochondria are often referred to as “the powerhouse of the cell,” because they…
Are You Biologically Older or Younger Than Your Chronological Age? Podcast with Ken Raj, PhD
May 28 • 33 min
We tend to think of age in terms of the number of years we have been alive - meaning our chronological age. But the year that you were born is not necessarily an accurate measure of your health or your life expectancy. We are coming to realize that a…
Is the Ketone BHB (beta-Hydroxybutyrate) Good for Memory? With John Newman, MD, PhD
May 7 • 34 min
In this episode of humanOS Radio, I speak with John Newman. Dr. Newman is a geriatrician (a physician who specializes in the care of older people) at UCSF, as well as a professor at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging. He is chief investigator at the…
Is the Paleo Diet Good or Bad for Aging? Podcast with Professor Michael Rose.
Apr 24 • 45 min
Why do we age? The fundamental causes of aging at the molecular level are relatively well established. But the question of why aging happens in the first place is a more challenging one, one which has bedeviled evolutionary biologists and philosophers for…
Studying Preindustrial Societies Informs us About How to Be Healthy. Podcast with Herman Pontzer
Apr 16 • 26 min
For the vast majority of human history, our species lived hunter-gatherer lifestyles. We can therefore learn much about how humans probably once lived by studying preindustrial societies. Research on preindustrial societies has consistently shown that…
Research on Smartphones and Sleep (Professor Jeanne Duffy from Harvard)
Apr 9 • 28 min
Do smartphones really affect the timing and quality of your sleep? In this episode of humanOS Radio, Dan speaks with Professor Jeanne Duffy from Harvard Medical School on her most recent research investigating this question.
An Introduction to Heart Rate Variability (HRV). Podcast with Professor Phyllis Stein
Apr 4 • 55 min
Stress is something we all experience all too frequently. The effects of different stressors accumulate, and when the resultant load is excessive, we are at increased risk of a range of diseases. So, to avoid the amount of stress we experience exceeding…
Stephan Guyenet, PhD vs. Gary Taubes on the Joe Rogan Experience - Post Discussion
Mar 21 • 77 min
Nutrition is perhaps the most emotionally charged of all of the applied sciences. It’s not hard to see why. For one thing, all of us eat, meaning that every single one of us is personally invested in this topic, and we interact with it all the time. We…
How to Perform Better at Work (Guest James Hewitt)
Jan 8 • 65 min
In this podcast, Greg Potter speaks with James Hewitt, who has a particular interest in how people can achieve sustainable high performance. In addition to his role as Chief Innovation Officer at Hintsa Performance, James is doing a PhD at Loughborough…
Ketones for Brain Injury? Podcast with Tommy Wood, MD, PhD
Nov 19, 2018 • 47 min
Brain injury is more pervasive and problematic than many people think. Every day, about 150 people die from traumatic brain injury-related deaths in the US alone, and whether you participate in a contact sport, work in the military, or simply travel on…
Protein and Muscle Mass. Podcast with Professor Stu Phillips
Nov 14, 2018 • 53 min
Whether you want to look great at the beach, perform better at sports, or ward off disease, it’s important to optimize your protein intake. This brings us to the latest episode of humanOS Radio, in which I speak with Professor Stu Phillips from McMaster…
Clearing Zombie-Like Senescent Cells Reserves Signs of Aging. Podcast with Professor Paul Robbins
Oct 29, 2018 • 34 min
Aging is arguably the leading risk factor for chronic diseases in the modern world. We have historically thought of aging as an inexorable decline of function, driven by the passage of time - something that we simply have to accept, and that cannot be…
Atomic Habits for Achieving Your Goals. Podcast with James Clear
Oct 15, 2018 • 44 min
Why is it so hard for us to make healthy lifestyle changes - even when we have the knowledge to do better? Most of us have a list of things we would like to change. Maybe you’d like to lose thirty pounds, or be able to do fifty pushups, or run a marathon.…
Good Sleep Helps Reduce Oxidative Stress. Podcast with Professor Mimi Shirasu-Hiza
Oct 9, 2018 • 26 min
Why do we need to sleep? Part of what makes sleep so fascinating, as a field of research, is that it is such an enigma. Sleep is a profoundly vulnerable state, leaving us at the mercy of predators and the environment, and unable to defend ourselves or our…
Can Enhancing Slow Wave Sleep Boost Your Brain Function? Podcast with Professor Kristine Wilckens
Sep 24, 2018 • 31 min
All of us know that lack of sleep impairs cognitive performance. But we are now realizing that sleep quality, and how long that you spend in deeper restorative sleep, also plays an important role in brain function. Today on humanOS Radio, I talk to…
What Are Natural Wines? Podcast with Todd White of Dry Farm Wines
Sep 5, 2018 • 28 min
The subject of alcohol and health is complex. There is evidence that alcohol can be health-promoting, but more recent evidence has suggested it isn’t healthy for humans in any amount. The ancient Greeks only drank their wine diluted. They believed that…
The Science on How to Avoid or Improve Back Pain, Podcast with Stuart McGill, PhD
Aug 13, 2018 • 85 min
About 40% of people worldwide will get lower back pain at some point in life, and on any given day roughly 12% of adults are experiencing lower back pain. This crippling condition strongly influences quality of life, often affecting relationships with…
Muscle Mass on Health with Professor Keith Baar
Aug 6, 2018 • 42 min
Perhaps you want to feel great about how you look at the beach. Maybe you play a sport in which it’s important to be powerful and strong relative to your weight. Or you might simply be interested in continuing to function well as years pass by. Whatever…
Stem Cells Will Soon Change the Potential of Human Healthspan (Guest Dr. Mike West of AgeX)
Jul 24, 2018 • 57 min
In this episode, I speak with Dr. Mike West, CEO of AgeX Therapeutics. Here, we discuss a variety of important questions related to the science and potential of stem cells to positively influence human health including: The distinction between progenitor…
Probiotics and Triphala Extend Lifespan (Guest, Susan Westfall, PhD)
Jul 16, 2018 • 18 min
We now know that the gut microbiome is intimately connected to our own health. You can even think of these gut bugs as though they are another organ. But while we know of the great importance of the gut microbiome in our metabolism, oxidative status,…
Neurofeedback as a Way to Improve Your Mental Fitness (Guest Dr. Andrew Hill)
Jun 26, 2018 • 43 min
If you value how you look and feel, you probably dedicate considerable time and effort to your physical fitness. But how often do you pause to ponder the state of your mental fitness? If you’re mentally fit, you’ll make better decisions and thereby…
Why Antioxidants Are Unhealthy and Compounds That Mimic Exercise (Guest, Professor Michael Ristow)
Jun 18, 2018 • 39 min
Most of us know that the majority of our cellular energy is manufactured within mitochondria which are organelles that dwell inside our cells. The problem is when we produce energy, a byproduct of that process creates reactive oxygen species (ROS). These…
Does Dim Light During the Day Impair Our Memory? (Guest Prof. Antonio Nunez)
Jun 4, 2018 • 17 min
In this episode of humanOS Radio, I host a discussion with Professor Antonio Nunez exploring the work and he and his colleagues are doing looking into how environmental light can lead to structural changes in the brain. For the great majority of us who…
Using Known Biological Mechanisms to Keep Our Tissues Youthful (Guest Ira Pastor, CEO Bioquark)
May 15, 2018 • 35 min
Many other organisms have superhuman abilities, such as the capacity to ward off cancer, periodically reverse aging, regenerate limbs, and even regrow brains. Yet these non-human species share many genetic similarities with us. This naturally raises the…
The Impact of Sleep on Heart Health (Guest Professor Kristen Knutson)
May 3, 2018 • 21 min
The number of people with cardiovascular diseases is increasing at an alarming rate, and such disorders are now the leading cause of death worldwide. Because these diseases tend to cluster with pathologies like type-two diabetes, they are sometimes given…
Optimizing Mitochondrial Energy Production (Professor Bruce Hay, Cal Tech)
Apr 25, 2018 • 32 min
In this episode I speak with Bruce Hay, Professor of Biology at Caltech. Much of Professor Hay’s work focuses on the genetic and molecular mechanisms that regulate cell death, cancer, and neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s. In brief, Professor…
The Mysterious World of Rapid Eye Movement (REM) Sleep (with Professor, John Peever)
Apr 17, 2018 • 28 min
As the stage in which people dream each night, rapid eye movement (REM) sleep can bring euphoria, terror, and even genuine harm in some instances. On transition into REM sleep, your body enters a fascinating state. True to its name, REM sleep results in…
Antibiotics Are Losing Efficacy, CRISPR May Save Us (Guest Paul Garofolo, CEO Locus Bio)
Apr 9, 2018 • 48 min
If you are alive today, you’ve benefited greatly from humankind’s ability to deftly handle infectious agents via antibiotic medications. In fact, probably the single greatest achievement of modern medicine remains our ability to thwart (many) deadly…
Fat Tissue Has Receptors for Sunlight and They Affect Fat Metabolism (Guest, Professor Peter Light)
Apr 2, 2018 • 22 min
You probably already know that ambient light regulates circadian rhythms by interacting with light-sensitive neurons in the eye. What hasn’t been clear is whether visible light has physiological effects on other tissues in the body outside of the…
The Ketogenic Diet and Diabetes - a New Study by Virta Health (Guest Dr. Stephan Guyenet)
Mar 22, 2018 • 41 min
Does a ketogenic diet cure diabetes? A new study set out to explore the efficacy of this diet in a diabetic population and it’s been getting a lot of attention. The results, in fact, are impressive but claims are being made about what the study showed…
Can Beetroot Juice Help Keep Your Brain Youthful? (Interview with Jonathan Burdette, Md)
Mar 6, 2018 • 16 min
Aging has long been characterized as a loss of complexity. The body loses the ability to adapt to various forms of stress, which gradually results in disease and loss of function. This is most evident in the muscles and bones, but neuroimaging has…
A Specific Genetic Test to Help You Decide Whether to Eat Paleo or Vegetarian? Professor Alon Keinan
Feb 24, 2018 • 29 min
In this episode of humanOS, I interview Dr. Alon Keinan, Professor at the Department of Biological Statistics & Computational Biology at Cornell University. His lab investigates the evolutionary origin of genetic variation in human populations, and have…
Can a Scale That Leverages Behavioral Psychology Help You Lose Weight? (Guest, Professor Dan Ariely)
Jan 9, 2018 • 23 min
We are in control of our decisions, right? Well, at least we all feel that way but the social science of behavioral economics demonstrates that we are really products of our environmental triggers and cultures. Still, we can act willfully but it’s typical…
We Need an Unconventional Approach to Care for Your Health Better (with Guest Chris Kresser)
Nov 8, 2017 • 52 min
We need a better approach to healthcare and we just might have the solution in our hands now. In this episode, I interview Chris Kresser about his new book, Unconventional Medicine. Who is the book for? All stakeholders in the healthcare system, which…
The Health Impact of Breakfast Skipping and Food Timing (Guests Greg Potter & Jeff Rothschild)
Aug 10, 2017 • 51 min
So much of the discussion on nutrition is about the food itself. What’s discussed far less regularly is the impact of food timing, fasting periods, and meal skipping on the same outcomes we’re interested in when we talk about saturated fat, carbs, fiber,…
How to Clear Senescent Cells to Stay Healthier As We Age (Judith Campisi, PhD, Buck Institute)
Jul 31, 2017 • 24 min
Why is that we tend to see many diseases of aging occur around the same time in life? One reason is that we accumulate senescent cells with age, and these cells promote the aging process. There is, however, exciting new research that shows how these cells…
The Longevity Properties of the Ketone Beta Hydroxybutyrate (with Neil Copes, PhD)
Jul 5, 2017 • 43 min
Ketones are getting a lot of press these days. They are produced in the liver under the conditions of low carbohydrate intake and also low-calorie intake. They are of interests for many reasons, including potential anti-cancer properties, weight control…
The State of the Art in Sleep and Aging (Guest Bryce Mander, PhD)
May 3, 2017 • 41 min
We know that as people age, they tend to get less sleep. But older people also seem to suffer less when subjected to sleep deprivation, compared to younger adults. This has led some to conclude that older people get less sleep simply because they do not…
Does Dim Light at Night Make You Fat? (Guest Laura Fonkin, PhD)
Apr 27, 2017 • 18 min
In this episode of humanOS Radio, I talk to Dr. Laura Fonken who is a post-doctoral fellow in Steven Maier’s lab in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience at the University of Colorado. Her research investigates how disruptions to circadian rhythms…
The New World of Cognitive Enhancement (with Daniel Schmachtenberger of Neurohacker Collective)
Apr 20, 2017 • 43 min
“Man is not going to wait passively for millions of years before evolution offers him a better brain.” - Corneliu Giurgea In this episode of humanOS Radio, I spoke with Daniel Schmachtenberger. Daniel is a social engineer, an evolutionary philosopher, and…
Sauna Usage for Brain and Heart Health (Guest Jari Laukkanen, MD, PhD)
Apr 5, 2017 • 18 min
“The main thing is that sauna frequency is inversely associated with the risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, which means that the more you sauna, the lower your risk.” In this interview with Jari Laukkanen, MD, Ph.D., Head of the Cardiology…
Deeper Sleep and Faster Sleep Onset with Virtual Reality and Neurostimulation? (with Kelly Roman)
Mar 23, 2017 • 14 min
Modern technology is messing with our sleep. But what if someone could develop a device that actually helped us fall asleep faster? In this episode, I speak with Kelly Roman who is the co-owner of Fisher Wallace Laboratories, a progressive medical device…
Which Parts of a Meal Can Make You Sleepy? Guest, Keith Murphy, PhD
Feb 26, 2017 • 29 min
Everyone knows what it’s like to feel sleepy after a big meal. Think of what happens after Thanksgiving dinner, or after getting a huge lunch at an Indian buffet. If you’re like me, you’re ready to crash. But why does this happen? Is it the tryptophan in…
Social Norms - Mysterious Forces That Shape Eating (with Emma Templeton and Mike Stanton, PhD)
Feb 13, 2017 • 30 min
You are fully in control over your food choices, right? Well, we know that a wide range of rules govern how we act, and even our beliefs, when we are with different groups of people. Social psychologists characterize this influence as ‘social norms,’ and…
Why Are We Fatter Than Our Ancestors? Interview with Stephan Guyenet, PhD
Feb 9, 2017 • 43 min
Why are we fatter than our ancestors? In this interview, the second with Dr. Stephan Guyenet, we discuss his new book entitled, ‘The Hungry Brain - Outsmarting the Instincts That Make Us Overeat.’ In this episode, Stephan and I discuss genetics, stress,…
Can Young Blood Transfusions Halt or Reverse the Aging Process? (Irina & Mike Conboy, UC Berkeley)
Jan 20, 2017 • 34 min
Can we stave off the aging process by transfusing young blood into old people? The idea that youthful blood might have rejuvenating properties has lingered in popular imagination for centuries. In this episode of humanOS Radio, I speak with Drs. Michael…
Standing for Mental Clarity and Physical Health (Interview with Kelly and Juliet Starrett)
Jan 5, 2017 • 41 min
I have to admit, I love this story. Two parents saw a problem effecting their children and did something about it. But not only did they try to help their children and their children’s friends, they also are trying to help every child in the United…
New Discovery Could Mean Better, Next-Generation Sleep Drugs (Guest Professor Luis de Lecea)
Dec 16, 2016 • 16 min
Why is it that when you’re binge watching your favorite new series on Netflix, you can stay up for hours past your normal bedtime - even if you were tired before you started watching? On the other hand, if you weren’t being entertained or captivated by a…
Is High Protein Actually Bad During Weight Loss? Interview with Stephan Guyenet, Ph.D.
Dec 3, 2016 • 31 min
Protein is really important for dieting success, right? Anyone who has interested in the science of dieting knows this, but recent research from Bettina Mittendorfer, Research Associate Professor at Washington University in St. Louis’s School of Medicine,…
A New Product to Significantly Reduce Jet Lag - Interview with Stanford Professor, Jamie Zeitzer
Nov 17, 2016 • 52 min
In this show, I speak with Dr. Jamie Zeitzer who is an Assistant Professor in Psychiatry & Behavioral Science at Stanford and at the VA Aging Clinical Research Center of Stanford University. In his research on light and the timing of biological rhythms,…
Saturated Fat - What’s the Real Story? Interview with Dr. David Katz of Yale
Oct 6, 2016 • 47 min
Dietary fat is a class of nutrients of which there are many different types. Some types appear to have clear beneficial effects on human physiology in certain contexts, like for example olive oil, while others appear to impair our health when they…
Aubrey de Grey on Living to 150 or Beyond Using Biotechnology
Sep 16, 2016 • 73 min
Can we really stay young forever? This has been a goal of humans since the dawn of time. I know I would like to keep my peak abilities and not see those diminish over the decades. Aging is a subject that I have become increasingly interested in and it’s…
Our Most Advanced Understanding of How to Optimize Motivation (with Dustin DiTommaso)
Sep 9, 2016 • 30 min
Where to you get the energy to do something hard or inconvenient? It matters because so much of what’s important in life comes from finding that strength. The topic of the discussion in this podcast is motivation, which can be described as the activation…
Professor Stephen Hinshaw, World Expert on ADHD (UC Berkeley)
Jul 11, 2016 • 44 min
Dan Pardi interviews Professor Stephen Hinshaw from UC Berkeley. Dr. Hinshaw is a world authority on the condition of attention deficit. He described ADHD as an ‘equifinal’ condition, meaning that it appears that there are multiple different biological…
Professor Travis Saunders on How to Balance Daily Sitting and Standing
Jun 23, 2016 • 29 min
Sitting has been called the new smoking. Is this true? Dan Pardi interviews Professor Travis Saunders of The University of Prince Edward Island and the founder of the Sedentary Behavior Research Network. Dr. Saunders discusses the state of the research on…
Professor David Samson on Bedding, Sleep Depth, and Cognition
May 19, 2016 • 27 min
In this interview, Dan Pardi interviews evolutionary biologist, Professor David Samson of Duke University. Dr. Samson talks about his work research the sleep platforms (i.e., beds) or great apes in Africa. We discuss how these platforms appear to have…
How Sleep Helps You Learn and Remember - Guest, Professor Marcos Frank
Mar 29, 2016 • 25 min
Have you ever woken up and felt that you solved a problem during sleep? Maybe it’s because during sleep our brains go through a process where neurons strengthen their connections with other neurons that fired together when we were exposed to new…
Matt Buman, PhD - Exercise, Mental Performance, and Health
Mar 3, 2016 • 27 min
Dr. Matt Buman, Professor at Arizona State University, joins us to discuss his work on exercise, work performance, and quantified self technologies.
Professor Jerry Siegel, UCLA - Research on Hunter-Gatherer Sleep
Dec 5, 2015 • 28 min
In a ground-breaking study published in Current Biology, Professor Jerry Siegel at UCLA evaluated three societies living in natural conditions (e.g., modern day hunter-gatherers) to examine their sleep behaviors and physiology. He also analyzed external…
Paleo Nutrition Pattern Meta Analysis - Interview Professor Pijl and Dr. van Zuuren
Aug 11, 2015 • 23 min
Dan Pardi interviews Hanno Pijl, M.D., Ph.D. and Esther Van Zuuren, M.D., both of Leiden Univeristy in the Netherlands, and both authors of a systematic review and meta-analysis of the paleolithic nutrition pattern for metabolic syndrome which published…