Oct. 4, 2019

Brian Sanders is the filmmaker behind the documentary, Food Lies, and the host of the Peak Human Podcast. Brian’s background is in mechanical engineering and technology, and he’s driven to help others reverse chronic disease using ancestral health and wellness principles. Brian has recently partnered with a physician as a health coach and is building technology to help people communicate with their doctors, track their health, and implement a healthy diet. 

In this podcast, Brian and I talk about his film, which touts the benefits of a nutrient-dense whole food diet and debunks myths about eating meat and saturated fat. We discuss the many aspects of his ancestral-health outreach, including his Nose to Tail farm that ships 100% grass-fed meat and the SAPIEN diet plan he makes freely available to everyone.

Here’s the outline of this interview with Brian Sanders:

[00:00:19] Documentary: Food Lies (still being crowdfunded).

[00:00:28] Brian's background; family health problems.

[00:02:17] Mark Sisson.

[00:03:21] Documentary: What the Health.

[00:03:55] Food in Hawaii.

[00:05:48] Weston A Price.

[00:11:03] Veganism in LA.

[00:12:48] Vinnie Tortorich; FAT: A Documentary.

[00:15:26] Carnivore vs vegan as a business model.

[00:16:45] SAPIEN Diet.

[00:20:38] Denise Minger; Kitavans, Tsimane in Bolivia.

[00:24:30] Calories do matter.

[00:26:35] Ted Naiman.

[00:26:59] Amber O'Hearn; Podcast: A Carnivore Diet for Physical and Mental Health.

[00:27:09] Bioavailability of zinc from oysters when eating corn tortillas and beans: Solomons, Noel W., et al. "Studies on the bioavailability of zinc in man. II. Absorption of zinc from organic and inorganic sources." Journal of laboratory and clinical medicine (1979).

[00:31:35] Paul Saladino.

[00:32:15] Book: The Good Gut: Taking Control of your Weight, Your mood, and Your Long-Term Health, by Justin Sonnenburg.

[00:32:49] Gary Taubes.

[00:33:07] Bill Lagakos on animal fibre.  Podcast with Bill: Why You Should Eat Breakfast (and Other Secrets of Circadian Biology).

[00:34:59] Top priority: Get yourself fat adapted.

[00:36:54] Mike T Nelson; Podcasts: 1. High Ketones and Carbs at the Same Time? Great Performance Tip or Horrible Idea…, 2. The Importance of Strength Training for Endurance Athletes, 3. How to Assess an Athlete: The Best Principles, Methods, and Devices to Use.

[00:41:00] Dr. Gary Shlifer

[00:41:25] Virta Health.

[00:42:48] Nose to Tail; US Wellness Meats.

[00:44:48] Dr. Frank Mitloehner.

[00:45:29] Diana Rodgers, RD, Sacred Cow film; Podcast with Diana Rodgers: Kale vs Cow: The Case for Better Meat.

[00:45:45] Savory Institute; Robb Wolf on sustainable meat farming.

[00:45:55] Book: War on Carbs, by Mark Bell.

[00:48:45] Peak Human Podcast guests: Prof. Tim Noakes, Jeff Volek, Mark Sisson, Paul Saladino. USDA scientist Dr. David Klurfeld.

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