RRCD Podcast Episode 4: Fruit & Intense Training

What happens when you merge the worlds of doctor and personal trainer?
What do you find at the crossroads of medicine, theory and practice?
Yes, we’re back for Episode #4!

Welcome to the Relentless Roger and the Caveman Doctor (RRCD) Podcast:  Simplifying complex issues for healthy living

The podcast exists to take our daily efforts in the physical world and distill usable information for you, the listener.
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In Episode #4, Roger and Colin:

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  1. Tyler Wood

    Hey guys, just wanted to say keep up the great info. I’ve listened to all of the podcasts and really like the format and info you provide. Just the right amount of time & info.

    Here’s are some things that really hit home with me recently –

    1. In Search for the Perfect Human Diet – that movie was so on point. I’ve watched a lot of food documentaries lately – Forks over Knives, Food Inc, Fresh, Food Matters, & Hungry for Change. This one was the most convincing and clearly laid out. Thanks for mentioning it.

    2. Going to bed an hour early, waking up an hour early – simple and easy to focus on.

    3. Roger’s food pyramid. I am really a visual learner, and his description made a lot of sense with the base layer of meat, fish, eggs, poultry and veggies and the next layer up depending on your activity level. Any way you guys could post a visual of how this looks?

    4. Lusting’s take on sugar. I’ve watched several of his videos on YouTube (they are quite long, 1.5 hrs or so). He really goes in depth, going beyond the sound bites, which gives a better understanding of what sugar does to the body on a metabolic level.

    5. The discussion on eating the right diet in order to lose weight vs. exercising to stay in shape (not lose weight), the studies on heart damage from long endurance, & the calorie in vs. calorie out argument. There’s a lot of misinformation out there. Thanks for shedding more light on these.

    I could go on. Again, great info and to the point, which I appreciate. Please keep it up, I am listening!

    1. cavemandoctor (Post author)


      Thanks for the feedback! I will talk to Roger about the pyramid and see what we can get on paper.

      I’m glad you are enjoying the podcast and thanks for the comments!

  2. Angi

    I just found you and love the format- so much great information too! Your sound quality is very good.

    1. cavemandoctor (Post author)

      Thanks Angi!

  3. Edward

    According to the USDA nutrition database, 100 g of sweet potato contains 20 g of carbohydrate.

    1. cavemandoctor (Post author)



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