Best of TV & Film
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Best of TV & Film
7 episodes, 7 hours 58 mins
Are we eating too much (or not enough) protein for good health? with Dr. Gabrielle Lyon
These days, we hear a lot about carbs versus fats. But what about protein? It’s become the forgotten macronutrient. The diet-wars have been tough on protein, as strict vegans and believers in Paleo strongly disagree on the best forms of it to consume. But protein plays an essential role in good health. So despite the emotional response it elicits in many, it’s about time we pay it more attention. Protein is responsible for the growth and maintenance of new tissue (the building blocks for a strong body!) and makes up certain hormones that act as messengers, as well as the enzymes that we need for metabolic reactions.Today on The Doctor’s Farmacy, I talk with Dr. Gabrielle Lyon about the importance of protein and why we should shift our dietary focus. Dr. Gabrielle Lyon is an integrative physician who completed her fellowship in Nutritional Sciences and Geriatrics at Washington University, St. Louis. She is board-certified in Family Medicine and completed her undergraduate work in ...
Why would anyone choose a carnivore diet? w/Jason Phillips
When weight-loss diets work, they work by creating a caloric deficit. We’ve established that with our experts on the show already. We’ve also established that cutting out a whole category of nutrient --like cutting carbs in a ketogenic diet – can accomplish a calorie reduction. But what if you cut everything but meat? Jason Phillips joined us to ponder this diet and share thoughts about whether it’s a good idea…apart from whether or not it’s effective. Jason is the founder of iN³ Nutrition
Spider-Man: Far From Home
In Spider-Man: Far From Home, Tom Holland's Peter Parker deals with the aftermath of Avengers: Endgame by not dealing with it — he takes a class trip to Europe, attempting to leave his great power, and his great responsibility, behind.
Sarah Jessica Parker
Parker is best-known for her role as the iconic single New Yorker Carrie Bradshaw on 'Sex and the City.' Now, on the HBO series 'Divorce,' she plays Frances, a woman navigating the dissolution of her marriage. Parker spoke with Terry Gross about growing up poor but engaged in the arts, the #MeToo movement, and how she doesn't relate to Carrie (or the other 'SATC' characters) at all. Also, film critic Justin Chang reviews the thriller 'Midsommar.'
Episode 713: Yesterday
Reed joins us to sing the praises of Yesterday and discuss the Knives Out trailer plus we also talk Shaft (2019), A Hard Day's Night, I Am Mother, Summer of '84, Spartacus: Blood and Sand and The Love We Make. 0:00 - Intro: Reed's Pilgrimage to England 23:35 - Review: Yesterday 1:20:55 - Headlines: Avengers: Endgame Can't Beat Avatar, Knives Out Trailer 1:35:30 - Other Stuff We Watched: Shaft (2019), Spartacus: Blood and Sand, Summer of '84, I Am Mother, A Hard Day's Night, Too Old to Die Young, The Love We Make, Four Weddings and a Funeral, Wake Up Ron Burgundy 2:20:00 - Instagram Live Q&A 2:27:25 - This Week on DVD and Blu-ray 2:29:05 - Outro
“Tommy, You’re a Firework” (with Tommy Vietor)
Tommy Vietor returns to Keep It to discuss Julia Roberts, make the case for fireworks, and yes, the Tommy’s Cakes debacle.
‘No Country for Old Men’ With Bill Simmons, Bill Hader, and Chris Ryan
The Ringer’s Bill Simmons and Chris Ryan are joined by Bill Hader to flip a coin and await their fate as they rewatch the 2008 Academy Award winner for Best Picture, ‘No Country for Old Men,’ starring Josh Brolin, Javier Bardem, and Tommy Lee Jones.
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