Podcast 16: To Be or Not to Be Organic

What happens when you merge the worlds of doctor and personal trainer?
What do you find at the crossroads of medicine, theory and practice?


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


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The podcast exists to take our daily efforts in the physical world and distill usable information for you, the listener.

In Episode #16 Roger and Dr. Champ:

  • Respond to the recent study stating that organic food is no more “healthier” than non-organic.
  • Answer L.J.’s reader question “How much salt is enough?” (keeping in mind that good salt sources with minerals likely don’t raise blood pressure):
  • Answer those reader questions about when to introduce carbohydrates into the diet (hint: when you are most insulin sensitive)
  • Ask the listeners to consider Jerry Seinfeld’s “Don’t Break the Chain Method”
  • Reveal more proof that you can’t exercise off weight as an oldie but goodie study shows our body actually slows down its resting metabolism to compensate for aerobic exercise
  • Tell you all to hit the kettlebells to get a good workout while saving some time (and it can be done in your apartment!) with a video from Relentless Fitness


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1 Comment

  1. Lynn Wright

    Hey Dr. Champ,

    Loved hearing you, a radiation oncologist, “opting-out” at the airport when confronted with TSA’s backscatter x-ray machines. I do as well, even when an agent pointed to a nearby sign stating just how very safe they are. I told him, “I don’t care what that sign says, it is my right to ask for a pat down.” I said it nicely, but with conviction. I have had 2 squamous cell carcinomas removed and as this radiation spreads all over the skin, I don’t want any part of it! I will continue to refuse to stand in that thing with my arms raised!

    Speaking of raised arms, and knowing your love of salt, you might want to ditch the baking soda and try this:

    Keep up the good work – love the podcast!


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