Podcast 25: Holiday Accountability

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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In Episode #25 Roger and Dr. Champ Discuss:


  1. kem

    Nice relaxed podcast. Ta.

    Just had a nice wood fired bath and listened in.

    1. cavemandoctor (Post author)


      As always, I love your comments.

      Keep living the life!

  2. Mike

    Hi Caveman Doctor,

    Remembering your comment in the podcast about people trying to make more than is warranted out of the lifespan of hunter-gatherers, how about this old lady?

    “Maria Lucimar Pereira, a member of the Kaxinawa tribe in the Amazon, is 121 years old, says a tribal rights group. … Maria puts her longevity down to a healthy lifestyle, Survival International said – with regular dishes including grilled meat, monkey, fish, the root vegetable manioc and banana porridge, and no salt, sugar or processed foods.”


    Obviously, a single person living to even such a ripe old age doesn’t prove a lot. And I don’t in any case know that her food is all hunted and gathered. (I suppose the cassava for the manioc and the bananas are probably cultivated.) However, I guess what the story does show is that real food doesn’t necessarily kill you off pretty quickly! That seems to be the unwarranted implication behind some of these comments.

    I’d prefer to pass on the manioc and bananas, and I don’t know the lack of salt has much to do with anything, but I know I’d sooner eat like that than as a dietitian would recommend. Definitely beats processed bread, pasta, muesli, margarine, sunflower oil, soy “milk”, sugar-laden fruit juice, and the rest of the “healthy” garbage that’s pushed at us by that profession, doesn’t it?

    1. cavemandoctor (Post author)


      Thanks for the great article. I love your comments too. Amazing what can happen when we wipe out the processed foods and grains. I have never tried monkey though..

      Thanks again,


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