078: Robby Sansom - The Benefits of Regenerative Agriculture
As you’ll quickly learn in this podcast episode with guest Robby Sansom, fake meat and monocultures are destroying our planet at extremely fast rates. Robby shares how long we currently have to continue on with the way our agricultural system is set up now-- it’s incredibly low -- and how regenerative agriculture can help fix this. You’ll also hear more about what regenerative agriculture is, the benefits of switching to this, and how it’s transforming the way we raise meat and the future outlook of our planet. If you don’t know Robby, he’s a land steward who has spent the last several years of his life studying the problems in our current agricultural system and addressing how they can be solved with regenerative agriculture. He co-founded Force of Nature Meats, which is focused on accelerating a global regenerative supply network. Don’t sweat it if you’ve never heard of these terms -- most people haven’t. Because of that, we’ll keep things simple in this episode to help you see what’s really going on -- it’s a real eye-opener. Tune in now to learn more.
077: Aaron Alexander - Movement Principles that Transform Health
Getting enough movement throughout your day isn’t just about keeping your body in peak physical shape. To prove this, Aaron Alexander explains in this episode that postural anchoring can affect your mood and that your wrist strength is a surprising indicator of your cardiovascular health. Aaron also discusses how our artificial environment is contributing to more health problems instead of less, what NEAT is and how you can improve it, and why standing desks won’t solve this problem. If you don’t know Aaron, he’s a premier leader in the movement space and has over 10 years of experience studying movement. He came up with five principles that simplify his extensive research, which he published in a book he co-authored, . In this episode, Aaron’s sharing some of his best movement principles -- which can easily be weaved into your day -- and why these matter so much. Whether you exercise regularly or you’re on the sedentary side, this episode has some eye-opening points you don’t want to miss. Tune in now to learn more!
076: Jesse Griffiths - Hunting for Better Food Quality
In this first episode of The Natural State Podcast, we’re starting out with a controversial episode -- Jesse Griffiths and Dr. Anthony Gustin dive into hunting. But they’re taking a completely different approach and looking at the other side to hunting in this episode. So instead of killing animals for sport, it’s about doing so to improve the quality of the foods you eat. Jesse has a unique way of approaching hunting and he shares this in this podcast episode. You’ll also discover how Jesse has respect and admiration for the animals he hunts and how he puts incredible emphasis on sourcing ingredients locally and seasonally. If you’ve never heard of Jesse Griffiths, he’s the owner of Dai Due, a restaurant in Austin, TX that sources its ingredients locally and seasonally. Jesse also hosts and teaches hunting and butchery classes in his hunting schools, which you’ll also hear more about. Even if you don’t agree with hunting, this is one episode you don’t want to miss -- it could easily change your mind. Check out the episode now to learn more about hunting for better food quality.
Introducing: The Natural State
If you’re looking for The Keto Answers podcast, you’re in the right place… sort of. As Dr. Anthony Gustin mentions in this short episode, which dives into what you can expect with The Natural State, keto and nutrition are just one piece of the puzzle and one tool you can use to achieve better health. But they’re not the only thing you should focus on. That’s why The Keto Answers podcast has transformed into The Natural State, which expands the conversations beyond just keto and nutrition. Join Dr. Anthony Gustin and his guests as they dive deeper into nutrition, sleep, movement, relationships, and so much more. To see what’s in store, check out this short episode now!
075: Dr. Angela Poff - Ketones, Ketosis, and Cancer Metabolism: A Top Keto Researcher Shares the Latest
In this podcast episode, Dr. Anthony Gustin interviews Dr. Angela Poff, a leading keto researcher based out of the University of South Florida. Dr. Poff has worked with Dr. Dominic D’Agostino, another leading researcher at USF, for almost 10 years now to study therapeutic ketosis and cancer metabolism, along with other conditions such as seizures and neurodegenerative diseases. You’ll hear more about everything they’ve discovered along this research journey when you tune into the episode. Dr. Angela Poff holds a Ph. D in Medical Sciences from the University of South Florida, where she’s been researching for almost a decade now. You’ll discover how Dr. Poff got into this space, why she’s so passionate about it now, and what she does on a day-to-day basis as a result of their research findings in this episode. Dr. Poff also shares her knowledge on ketones, ketosis on different cancer models, and how she modified keto for pregnancy. Check out the episode now to learn more!