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The Paleo View

Stacy Toth and Sarah Ballantyne

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The Paleo View
71 MIN2015 OCT. 2
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Intro (0:00)News and Views (0:56)Stacy's hair is long enough to now put up into a clip, and her and Sarah discussed the excitement over her hair not falling out in chunks anymore from thyroid issuesSarah's love of the convenience of unwashed longer hair for thrown up stylesThe impact of truly non-toxic beauty products and how great it is for your health when you are at the point where you make the switch with your productsHow Sarah's transition into paleo was impacted by making the beauty product switch to non-toxic itemsSarah's holistic approach and wanting to make everything she does as good for her health as possible - dialing into all the little components, without stressing about the things she can't changeMatt and Stacy's approach and how they prioritize their health journey choicesWhen Stacy and Sarah buy organic and when they buy conventionalDon't let perfection be the enemy of good, do your bestDiana's talk from the 2014 Ancestral Health Symposium on ethically sourced foodsA bit on the process of raising conventional meat and what all could benefit from improving the systemHow buying local, sustainable, ethical foods helps the food industry evolve - using your dollar to voteThe major chain stores that are making big changes to support the real food movementOrganic/grass-fed does not go hand-in-hand with what is or isn't paleo, food can be paleo if it is not organicPaleo was initially a set of rules, where as now it feels more like a template, which makes it more accessible and allows for self-experimentationSome of the biggest changes Stacy and Sarah have seen in the paleo movement from when they first beganIt is all about making the cutoff on what super nutrient dense foods are you going to embrace, versus the potential problematic foods you are going to eliminateThe lines between the various food-belief movements are starting to soften because we are all actually getting into contemporary science to better understand what exactly is happening that makes these foods good choicesQuestions & Answers (36:25)Lori - can you share a bit more on the gluten cross reactivity of white rice? Stacy wants to remind Lori that there are many ways to incorporate carbs beyond rice, like carrots, butternut squash, yuca, taro, and cassava flourMerit+Fork has some AIP friendly recipes that you could use, like her banana bread recipe or her chocolate chip cookies, just omit the chocolate chipsWhat gluten cross reactivity isCyrex Labs food sensitivity panel to test for antibodies against certain foodsA study that looked into this test further and checked blood samples to check for true cross reactivityYou may have sensitivity to these foods with potential gluten cross reactivity, but it doesn't necessarily mean you need to eliminate themAIP has you remove everything that might be a problem and foods that are frequently contaminated with glutenStudies frequently show that rice is problematic for those with celiac disease, so it can be a red flag foodYou have two choices on how to approach this - go and seek out a blood test that will test for these specific antibodies or two do an elimination dietEither way, Sarah definitely suggests discussing this with a healthcare provider at greater detailStacy recommends trying half a cup serving of rice cooked in broth with (if you tolerate it) ghee - it is the way Stacy tested her tolerance to riceBea - what does one eat when they err on the side of vegetarianism and how do you balance your diet? What do you use for protein, besides protein powders?Stacy's experience with coming out of vegetarianismFish is a great option for protein, as is seafood in generalEating other sources of lean meat, life venison or lamb, can offer better nutrients than chicken canBison and grass-fed beef are also great optionsVegetarians and their loss of stomach acid production - facilitating that change when you incorporate meat againThe Paleo Approach has information on taking a stomach acid supplementYou can find information at SCDLifesyle on How to Supplement with Betaine HCL for Low Stomach AcidIf incorporating a new supplement, be sure to discuss with a medical professional before doing soStool analysis can also provide insight into how well you are digesting your foodThere is information in both Beyond Bacon and on the Paleo Parents site on how to source ethically raised meatsStacy's feedback on protein powders - her favorite are Healthy & Fit and M&H NaturalsWhat worked for Stacy when she was transitioning into a more meat based dietWhy Stacy and Sarah don't feel that soaked and sprouted legumes are a good choice for proteinSarah and family just got back from a trip to Disney and had an awesome timeWe appreciate the feedback, so be sure to leave them in iTunes or on our social media channelsThanks everyone for listening, we will be back next weekOutro (1:09:00)