The Paleo View Podcast

 Join moms Sarah and Stacy on The Paleo View Podcast for Gossip, Science and Answers to your questions!

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Nominated for Best of 2013 Podcast and Best of 2014 Podcast by Paleo Magazine, The Paleo View is an entertaining podcast with a specific show format that feels like you’re having a conversation with your best friends. Aimed at helping people who want to live a healthy and eat real foods, the show focuses on nutrient density, low-inflammation lifestyles, medical research and science, and the hosts own personal experiences. Sarah and Stacy make the show easy enough to understand for anyone just thinking about going gluten-free and offer fun knowledge-bombs for even the hardest-core paleoites eating organ meat for breakfast… and everything in between!

Topics of the show include transitioning out of a standard diet (processed foods), managing disease and Autoimmune conditions, pregnancy and breastfeeding, weight-loss (S&S have lost over 250lbs combined!), emotional and eating disorders, living paleo as a family, interviewing paleo “weblebrities” and so much more. Not to mention, as bestselling Paleo authors, Stacy and Sarah love to talk about food!

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  • Carol Cheney

    Ok, so I listened to the podcast today!
    From my research a few weeks ago, I picked up on the Vitamin C, and began taking it before breakfast and dinner. I’m happy to report that my hands are doing amazingly better. It’s not cured, but the amount of itching is tolerable on the palm of my hands but I’m still using a cortisone on it at least once a day. I haven’t had corn in a couple weeks, so perhaps that combo of Vitamin C and no Vitamin corn are helping!!
    Thanks for your attention to my health and allergies! 😘

  • Alicia Meulensteen

    Putting a question out here and hoping you guys find it! 🙂 I would love to hear you and Sarah discuss how much movement is the right amount (apologies if you have already covered this somewhere in your other 253 episodes). Currently I do some form of exercise every day. I was a runner for years but my knees are now complaining, and I am shifting to walking but feeling guilty about it, which is no fun at all. I lift two times a week with a trainer, rock climb one to two times a week, do hot yoga at least once, and then walk/run or spin on the other days. Did I mention I have two kids, work full time out of the house, and have hypothyroid and IBS? It’s exhausting. I have maintained this level of activity for years but as I get older (almost 40!) it doesn’t feel sustainable anymore. Any ideas on how to gauge what is the right level of activity for your body without losing your current level of strength? In my teens and 20’s I over-exercised and I don’t have a good gauge on what is normal in this regard, even today. I do what I can given life and time constraints. Thanks so much–I love your show and website.

    • Alicia, I’ve forwarded your question on to our Paleo View question queue and hopefully we’ll address it soon!

  • Cindy Nelson

    I’ve been a follower of you and Dr. Sarah for years, however, just found your podcast (last person on the block to get a smart phone!). I’ve done a search and haven’t found anything on this topic but may have missed it. I have a history of childhood trauma, PTSD, adrenal issues and in the last few years I’ve been having thyroid issues and take roughly 30 mg/day of natural thyroid replacement. I’ve tested negative for TPO antibodies, but realize this isn’t definitive. I live in a state where medical and recreational cannabis is legal. I’ve recently tried ingesting and topically applying high CBD/lowTHC oil (in very small doses) and it has been helping me sleep better and does a great job at reducing pain (I’m guessing I have undiagnosed chronic fatigue syndrome). I realize the legalities and thoughts about cannabis vary greatly across the US/world and the possible controversy surrounding the issue. I’ve tried to find information on how cannabis may influence thyroid issues, Hashimoto’s, autoimmunity or even just health in general. There isn’t a lot of info out there and when I do run across something I can’t tell if it is valid information with a basis in science or is mainly just anecdotal, or “fake news.” I would love it if you could do a podcast on medical cannabis as some point! Thanks and keep up the great work! Cindy