16 responses

  1. alan
    October 12, 2013

    very inspiring interview. it is not really just about food, it is a whole experience. inspiring for who has some type of addiction. well done.
    about bacon… you are weird people… :) mind your nitrate intake fatburningman

    • Abel James
      October 15, 2013

      Ha, thanks Alan.

  2. Graham
    October 13, 2013

    There are more nitrates in saliva and leafy vegetables than your average serving if bacon. I still eat it infrequently because of it’s n6…I’ll leave that explanation to Kresser though…check it out.

    Anyway, I also was really impressed with the interview with Rich. Unsurprising that there would be so much common ground, really. I think he found something that worked for him to get healthy, and has admirably stuck with it. That being said, his body looks *exactly* as I expected it to. Not for me.

    • alan
      October 13, 2013

      i was clearly joking, although i doubt that mr abel eats average servings o bacon..

    • Abel James
      October 15, 2013

      Thanks for the support, Graham. Rich has an incredible story to tell, and he’s a great dude to boot!

  3. alan
    October 13, 2013

    mr abel, what do you think about an interview with this very polite man? very interesting subject too for bio-hacking oneself without any risk.
    http://hypothermics.com/about/ mr ray cronise

    • Emily Dewey
      November 11, 2013

      Thanks for the suggestion! We’ll certainly look into it. – Emily, FBM Team

  4. David
    October 15, 2013

    Abel, I LOVE your show! I’m a recent paleo convert and I am so glad to have found your podcast! Keep up the good work! Going to donate RIGHT NOW!

    • Abel James
      October 15, 2013

      Thanks so much, David. You’re the best. :)

  5. Dan OBeirne
    October 18, 2013

    Me gusta mucho el podcast! saludos desde España

    • Emily Dewey
      November 1, 2013

      Muchas gracias por su apoyo Dan! – Emily, FBM Team

  6. Aaron Titus
    October 31, 2013

    Love the show!

    So if I wanted to do a cleanse, what would you recommend?
    Please let me know thanks

    • Emily Dewey
      November 11, 2013

      Oftentimes making the switch to a whole-foods based lifestyle is all the “cleanse” one might need. Traditional sensationalized cleanses (like the “master cleanse” or juice fasts) are generally not a great idea over a long period of time. Wouldn’t want your body potentially switching into “starvation mode” – Emily, FBM Team

  7. Nathan Walz
    November 10, 2013

    Great interview! Being someone who tried the vegetarian root and am now paleo I can appreciate hearing both sides of the story and I love how you don’t make it an us vs. them issue. A whole food approach whether paleo or vegan blows away the SAD and is the step this country needs to take to get out of the current health crisis. Rich’s vegan practice definitely has many parallels to paleo however a lot of vegans/vegetarians out there have very different philosophies and end up eating a lot more crap in their quest to replace food they once loved.
    Keep up the great work Abel!

    • Emily Dewey
      November 11, 2013

      So true Nathan!! So very true. – Emily, FBM Team

  8. Kristi
    March 19, 2014

    Thanks so much for this podcast. I have battled binge eating disorder for many years and I’ve just recently been having the mentality that is discussed in this podcast. It’s really nice to have this extra assurance that I can overcome this problem I’ve had for so long. Some people say Paleo could make an eating disorder worse, but honestly it has helped me. I totally went through the phase when I finally realized that I can make healthy foods taste really good (better recipes, more variety, less restriction of fats and meats) , and they really are replacing my cravings for crap foods.

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