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In this November 17, 2010 free audio episode: Robb Wolf and the Paleo Solution, glucosamine chondroitin vs. MSM, is it a myth that electrolytes prevent cramping, how to stay fit when you can’t run, and whether converting slow twitch to fast twitch muscle is a good idea.
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In this podcast, Ben Greenfield interviews Robb Wolf about the Paleo diet, and Robb’s new book “The Paleo Solution”. Robb discusses why he wrote the book, what’s different about the book, and then:
-Walks us through a typical day of eating a Paleo diet…
-Discusses evidence that that Paleolithic man ate grains or bread…
-Answers questions about milk and dairy….
-Talks about the argument that today, our average lifespan is over double of that of Paleolithic man….
-Addresses how to incorporate or remove the following from a Paleo diet: bananas, rice, coffee, quinoa, whey protein powder, creatine, regular potatoes, sweet potatoes, stevia, booze…
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gmurran asks via twitter: @bengreenfield: Which is better Glucosamine Hydrochloride vs. Sulfate for athletes?
Patrick asks: Just how important is it to supplement electrolytes during exercise? The most recent Tri-Talk podcast made some pretty bold claims about the need to take in salts during exercise; more appropriately the lack of need in most situations. He went on to say that the only reason one would put such a premium on taking in salts while exercising is if he or she knows from personal experience that salt either helps or doesn’t hurt. What is your take on the issue?
Chuck calls in and asks a question about converting slow twitch muscle into fast twitch muscle in the off-season, and whether it will help him with triathlons.
Jeff asks: I’ve thought that I’ve been suffering with plantar faciitis, but have actually been diagnosed now by my podiatrist with Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome. I’m a runner and looks like running is out during rehab and recovery. What types of fitness activities would you recommend?
Laura asks: I had two arthroscope surgery on the same knee in the past two years. The first was a torn meniscus due to jumping on a trampoline, and the second was cartilage damage clean up. It’s been 10 weeks since the second surgery, and my knee is still very painfully sore and full of edema. The doc says I need time for the lubricant to build back up, but I am almost to the end of that time frame. This injury has compromised my lifestyle tremendously and shudder to think I may kneed(ha) more surgery. Do you have any suggestions for my knee, particularly any kind of supplement you might recommend?
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