Since I???m often short on time, I???m big on easily accessible media- usually audio and video formats. I???ve always been a big reader, but of course I can???t really read while driving or hiking, so I use the audio formats a lot.
Show me yours and I'll show you mine...
University course recordings for free!- Search iTunes for any subject you want- it???s a great way to get a sound understanding of the scientific underpinnings of what we???re doing and can really help guide your self experimentation. Awesome classes from major respected universities.
Some of my faves:
Doc C- Anatomy and Physiology
Doc C- Pathophysiology
Doc C- Endocrinology
Clinical Nutrition- University of Wisconsin
Dr. Allan Forsman- Anatomy and Physiology
(just some good ones to get you started- there are so many more!)
AUDIOBOOKS- get em??? on Itunes or from Audible.com
Biology of Belief, Bruce Lipton
Why We Get Fat and What to Do About It, Gary Taubes
Wrong, David H Freedman
Brain Rules, John Medina
Endless Forms Most Beautiful, Sean B Carroll
ITUNES PODCASTS- I???ve included the websites, but you can also look em??? up on iTunes
Here???s a link to a paleohacks post with some good paleo podcasts (several of which I have on my list):
Underground Wellness- Sean Croxton- My absolute favorite ??? Sean always has interesting guests and is an excellent interviewer. He makes sure to do his research ahead of time and asks the critical questions!
The Healthy Skeptic: good science, clearly explained
Dishing Up Nutrition- Good overall friendly (not too science heavy) podcast that can be shared friends and family- not really Paleo, but they are fat friendly and definitely aware of the dangers of processed foods and grains.
TEDtalks: Some of the most innovative thought out there- science, nutrition, sociology, etc!
Robb Wolf- I probably shouldn???t even list this since we all know Robb, but in the interest of being thorough: The Paleo Solution- very in depth, focused on Paleo views and improving health biomarkers and physical performance. Robb was a research biochemist, so it can get pretty technical sometimes- but VERY good info.
Latest in Paleo: Friendlier version of the Paleo crowd news and views. Good for additional resources and just plain fun to listen to. LOVE Angelo- great guy.
Livin La Vida Low Carb with Jimmy Moore: Jimmy always has interesting guests- and makes sure to include info from all sides.
Primal Body Primal Mind with Nora Gedgaudas: Nora always has interesting guests and has a lot of good info on health and wellness as well as neurofeedback
Carbohydrates Can Kill: Even though it can sometimes be a little challenging to get used to the accent, Dr. Su is a smart man who does his research and brings on some pretty interesting guests...
HULU http://www.hulu.com/watch/196879/fat-head (MUST SEE)
Reed Davis: http://www.youtube.com/user/fdncourse
Zoe Harcombe: http://www.youtube.com/user/ZoeHarcombe
Dr. Rodney Ford: http://www.youtube.com/user/DrRodneyFord
Natasha Campbell McBride: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Natasha+Campbell+McBride&aq=f
Dr. Robert Lustig- http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Dr.+Robert+Lustig&aq=f
Dr. Thomas O???Bryan (Gluten Sensitivity info) http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Dr.+Thomas+O%E2%80%99Bryan+&aq=f
Bruce Lipton, Biology of Belief: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=biology+of+belief&aq=0sx&oq=bilology+of+
I???d love to see some of your resources- share em??? if you???ve got em???.
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