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#150: Understanding Food Addiction

Vera Tarman

Guest: Dr. Vera Tarman

Vera Tarman, MD stops by UW Radio to discuss the real science and neurochemistry at the core of food addiction. Learn all about how it is not the substances that the brain becomes addicted to but rather the neurochemicals that are released when consuming them.

Topics include:

* The 3-part brain model of addiction

* How food can be just as addictive as alcohol

* Exactly which foods are most addictive and WHY

* How dieting can lead to substance abuse

* How to naturally boost feel-good chemicals in the brain

* The most effective treatments for food addiction

Visit Dr. Tarman’s website at www.addictionsunplugged.com.

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#149: The 4 P’s of Fat Loss

Pete Cohen

Guest: Pete Cohen

Best-selling author Pete Cohen joins Sean for a discussion on how we can combine and use the studies of human behavior and psychology along with life coaching to conquer overweight and obesity.

Topics include Pete’s 4 P’s of Fat Loss, common habits that contribute to weight gain, why some people are successful at fat loss while others are not, and why some people are happier than others.

You also learn the secrets of success that Pete has effectively used with Olympic champions as well as everyday people seeking permanent fat loss.

Learn more about Pete at www.weightlossguru.com/blog.

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#148: The Smarter Science of Slim

Jonathan Bailor

Guest: Jonathan Bailor

Jonathan Bailor, author of The Smarter Science of Slim, stops by UW Radio to discuss the difference between long-term health and fat loss vs. short term weight loss. Jonathan also shares what his ten years of researching fat-loss studies revealed, including why certain foods cripple our ability to burn fat, his findings on the “Calories in – Calories out” theory, and what you can do to start eating and exercising “smarter” today.

Learn more about Jonathan at jonathanbailor.com.

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#147: Eat Like a Dinosaur

Paleo Parents

Guest: The Paleo Parents

The Paleo Parents Matthew and Stacy stop by UW Radio to discuss their new gluten-free kids cookbook, Eat Like a Dinosaur. Topics include tips for implementing a paleo diet with the whole family, behavioral changes that result from going paleo, and what it means to “eat like a dinosaur”.

Learn more about Matthew and Stacy at www.paleoparents.com.

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#146: One in 50: Can Diet Stack the Odds Against Autism?

Cate Shanahan

Guest: Dr. Cate Shanahan

Dr. Cate Shanahan, author of Deep Nutrition, returns to UW Radio to discuss the disconnect between autism and mainstream thinking.

Tune in and learn the latest trends in thinking on the epidemic of autism, what autism looks like, and when it strikes.

Dr. Cate and Sean also go over dietary recommendations for treating autism and the theories behind the cause of autism.

Visit Dr. Cate’s website at www.drcate.com

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#145: Make Shi(f)t Happen

Dean Dwyer

Guest: Dean Dwyer

This week on UW Radio, Dean Dwyer stops by to discuss his new book, Make Shift Happen. Learn how to find the healthy lifestyle that works for YOU.

Topics include the importance of tracking your daily life, how to build habits, and his 12 epic shifts that result in an incredible body, mind, and soul transformation.

Visit Dean’s website at www.beingprimal.com

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#144: Balancing the Brain with Mind Mapping

Dr. Daniel Kalish

Guest: Dr. Daniel Kalish

Dr. Daniel Kalish returns to the show to discuss the new science of balancing the brain through Mind Mapping. In this episode, you learn…

* How a natural Mind Mapping approach differs from the pharmaceutical model.

* If it is possible to heal the brain like a broken bone.

* Alternatives to antidepressants and ADHD medications.

* How this new brain science impacts weight loss.

* How Mind Mapping can help with food and alcohol cravings.

Visit Dr. Kalish’s website at www.kalishresearch.com

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