Episode 36: PaleoFX Momentum

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 #36 Roger and Dr. Champ Discuss:

  • Talk to Keith and Michelle Norris, the creators of PaleoFX, and get excited for the upcoming conference in Austin, TX.
  • Discuss Keith’s latest post on Ancestral Momentum, weighing the pros and cons of Crossfit.
    Review Michelle’s appearance in the Paleo Miracle Book and her journey to improved health.
  • Ask if clogged arteries are impossible to avoid due to their appearances in our 4,000 year old ancestors.
    Commend another athlete – this time the UFC’s Nate Marquardt – for going higher fat, lower carb.
  • Gear up for spring-time sprints with the turn of weather in the Northeast.
  • Offer a reminder to prioritize deep work over email and social media.

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  1. Katalin

    Congrats on giving up coffee, can’t be easy considering your work schedule.

  2. kem

    Bulletproof/decaf. My arrythmeia disappeared when I made the swithch. Good beans = good coffee, caffinated or not.

    1. cavemandoctor (Post author)

      Thanks Kem!

  3. Jenhee

    Dr Champ,

    I noticed you really like Kimchi which is great because it’s filled with vitamins and fights cancer. Where do you get your kimchi? I think Roger said he gets it at wholefoods. I haven’t tried the Kimchi there, but I should let you know that Koreans get their Kimchi from Hmart; this is the closest you’ll get to the real thing apart from getting it homemade. The Kimchi at Wholefoods is made for the “American” market so it won’t taste the same.

    How did you get into Kimchi? I asked bc most Americans find it too spicy and the smell too strong for them.

    1. cavemandoctor (Post author)

      Kimchi is an amazing food. For convenience, I have been getting mine at Whole Foods, though I was ordering on the internet prior. It is tough to find in Philly. After years on Tae Kwon Do and Tang Soo Do and tons of Korean friends I had no choice but to like kimchi…

      1. Jenhee

        That’s great Colin! why don’t you ask one of your Korean friends to get you some homemade Kimchi? it’s a completely difference experience. Homemade Kimchi is organic and is free of MSG. It taste completely different!!

        on a different note, i’ve been on the Paleo diet for about six months now I went from size 2 to 0! I didnt do it to lose weight I went Paleo for health reasons. How do I gain muscle or tone up so I dont look like a skeleton?

        thanks Champ!

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