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Fake Food & Modern Medicine: Reclaim Your Health W/ Nature’s Wisdom Feat. Daniel Vitalis #292: Daniel Vitalis has been on the show a few times before, but every time he comes back, I learn something new — and boy oh boy is there a lot to learn in this episode. We discussed the first season of Daniel’s new TV show — “WildFed” — the ...

Fake Food & Modern Medicine: Reclaim Your Health W/ Nature’s Wisdom Feat. Daniel Vitalis #292: Daniel Vitalis has been on the show a few times before, but every time he comes back, I learn something new — and boy oh boy is there a lot to learn in this episode. We discussed the first season of Daniel’s new TV show — “WildFed” — the ...

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Fake Food & Modern Medicine: Reclaim Your Health W/ Nature’s Wisdom Feat. Daniel Vitalis #292: Daniel Vitalis has been on the show a few times before, but every time he comes back, I learn something new — and boy oh boy is there a lot to learn in this episode. We discussed the first season of Daniel’s new TV show — “WildFed” — the ...

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191 minuti
Pubblicato:
Jul 14, 2020
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Episodio podcast

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Daniel Vitalis has been on the show a few times before, but every time he comes back, I learn something new — and boy oh boy is there a lot to learn in this episode. We discussed the first season of Daniel’s new TV show — “WildFed” — the last time he was on the show. But now it’s out, I’ve seen it, and it’s fantastic. This is a culinary adventure series where you follow Daniel to eight different, extreme locales to hunt, fish, and forage wild ingredients, turning them into delicious meals. It’s a lot of fun to watch, and there are also HUGE director’s cuts that offer in-depth, behind-the-scenes looks for each episode. And you can use code LUKE15 for 15% off WildFed Season 1 + Director's Cuts at vimeo.com/ondemand/wildfeds1dc! A true hero of the wild world, and one of the few modern-day hunter-gatherers we have left, Daniel is the perfect guide for anyone who’s interested in getting a little wilder. Even if you’re not interested in learning to hunt, fish, and forage, Daniel can still help you live a modern life while staying connected to nature in a visceral way. There are few people more thoughtful about the environment and their role in it than Daniel, but it’s something we could all stand to get a little (or a lot) better at.   11:45 — Mimicking the natural world in the modern-day Pretty much none of us live in the natural world, and that realization is why I dedicated myself to biohacking The natural world is more than the sum of its parts I’ll escape to space while Daniel stays here to clean up the planet   16:15 — Where is the food industry at in 2020? Episode 2: Daniel Vitalis: Farming and the Fall of Man Use the code STYLE10 for 10% off at SurThrival.com/lukestorey What does “supplement” even mean today? The things that are now considered supplements but used to be considered food Daniel isn’t a great marketer, but he makes good shit What most air filters get wrong and why it’s so hard to find a good one   30:30 — Wild Foods vs. Domestic Foods Why nutritional content and variety is often lacking from grocery store food Everything you eat isn’t necessarily food (or at least meant to be food) Creating a (flawed) diet through domestication A wild blueberry vs. the blueberry you find in a store The dangerous anti-nutrients in some vegetables that most people think are healthy Daniel has probably eaten more species in the last 12 months than the average US citizen will eat in 10 years The difference between nutritional variety and aesthetic variety Some of the vegetables sold to you as different products in the supermarket are literally from the same plant, and most of us don’t know it The problem with eating the same foods over and over, year-round The benefits of eating with the seasons Why cloned produce is so whack   48:30 — The “Natural Human Diet” and the problem with the environment that we’ve created for ourselves Busting some historical food myths The historical eating and farming practices of some indigenous tribes Lichen (and other things you’d normally never think of as food) Why it’s hard for most of us to define the “natural humans diet” Why littering is part of human nature but litter itself is a byproduct of industrialization Alcohol’s role in our problematic environments and civilization The many, many, many societal problems that come as a byproduct of agriculture The physiological benefits of foraging vs. farming The very specific definition of “civilization”   01:09:03 — The societal problems that can be traced back domestication Universal Love Vs. Lockdown Lunacy: A Worldwide  Wake-up Call W/ David Icke There’s more than enough food for everyone, but not for everyone to be healthy and safe Will replacing our current problematic hierarchy with a different hierarchy actually improve anything?   01:20:00 — Have some of us ruined our bodies beyond repair through domesticated foods? I feel the best when I mostly just eat beef… but do I actually thrive on such a non-diverse diet? Are viruses ever
Pubblicato:
Jul 14, 2020
Formato:
Episodio podcast