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paleo 101 podcast?

Commented on November 06, 2013
Created November 05, 2013 at 11:45 PM

So I was just thinking about this... if someone (like me) were to make a podcast that was just super basic paleo/health, like a 101 how-to-do paleo/ancestral living and eventually have experts on that would answer some of the more specific lifestyle questions (like sarah fragoso for kids, eating for picky eaters or for family of non-paleo eaters, etc.) would anyone want to listen to that?

Is there a need/want for this? I mean I listen to like 15 different podcasts and I learn a ton about the more complicated science details of health but some people maybe just want an audio podcast to listen to to learn how to do basic JERF/paleo/primal/ancestral health?

Any comments would be greatly appreciated. I'm thinking the title "paleo health 101" or something like that.

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This. For parents, there's Paleo Parents. For young women, there's PaleOMG. For people really into health concerns (not weight loss or athletic performance), there's Balanced Bites. For extreme foodies with few budget issues, there's Nomnompaleo. Honestly, most bases are covered

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100% agree. You would need some kind of hook that makes it different than everyone else's website, book, podcast.

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on November 06, 2013
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might be a bit mean, but im gonna say no. i personally think there is too much redundant common sense/basic information out there. like you said there are well over a dozen of these paleo-oriented podcasts out there, most parrot the same basic information and recycle 'experts'.

that being said you should do what makes you happy, if it makes you happy and you think you can get people to listen then by all means.

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on November 06, 2013
at 04:03 PM

This. For parents, there's Paleo Parents. For young women, there's PaleOMG. For people really into health concerns (not weight loss or athletic performance), there's Balanced Bites. For extreme foodies with few budget issues, there's Nomnompaleo. Honestly, most bases are covered

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on November 06, 2013
at 02:22 AM

100% agree. You would need some kind of hook that makes it different than everyone else's website, book, podcast.

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