Super Human Radio is the world's first broadcast radio show dedicated to fitness, health and anti-aging. An emphasis on exercise, nutrition and hormone management makes this one of the most progressive shows about preventative and regenerative techniques designed to increase longevity.
SHR # 1570 :: The BluePrint Power Hour + The Microbes We Eat: Abundance and Taxonomy of Microbes Consumed in a Day's Worth of Meals for 3 Diet Types + Naturopathy -vs- Allopathy ::Co-host: Rob Regish :: Guest: Dr. Angela Zivkovic - Michael Schwartz :: Regish answers listener questions about training, nutrition and supplementation. PLUS While the focus is on taking supplemental probiotic microbes, we get beneficial microbes in our diet as well. Dr. Zivkovic decided to look at three dietary templates - the Standard American Diet dependent upon fast-foods and convenient-foods, the USDA Recommended diet and a Vegan diet - to determine the amount and type of microbes consumed in a single days meals. The results were surprising. Before the early 1800's there was only Naturopathic Medicine. Then a new type of medicine sprang forth that looked to suppress only the symptoms of condition as opposed to addressing the cause of an illness which is what Naturopaths focused upon. Allopathic medicine was born. Fast forward and we see Naturopathic Medicine gaining popularity again as people realize that most Allopathic approaches leave them broken and ill in the end.
SHR # 1569 :: Arch Height and Obesity-related Walking Limitations + Calling Out the USDA and DHHS on the Creation of the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans :: Guest: Dr. Simone Gill - Adele Hite - Pamela Schoenfeld :: Obese and overweight people are told to move more. Foot problems that lead to gait issues cause limitations in their ability to be more active. But what role does the foot play in the progression of obesity? Dr. Gill discusses a study recently published that looks specifically at the quality of the arch and its role in both being affected by weight gain and possibly contributing to weight gain. PLUS It has been long understood by those of us paying attention that the US Government's dietary recommendations are at best incorrect and misguided, and at worst causing many of the diseases of modernity. Two unlikely heroes from the Dietician Community have written an open letter to the USDA's Secretary of Agriculture - the agency tasked with creating these dietary guidelines - Tom Vilsac, citing a paper they published in the Journal Nutrition that shows conclusively that the USDA's Dietary Guidelines are wrong and putting people at great risk if followed. Hite and Schoenfled discuss the important points that cannot go unaddressed any longer.
SHR # 1568 :: CASUAL FRIDAY :: Co-host: The Lovely and Talented Alisa Profumo :: Guest: Dr. Lena Wilfert :: Carl Admits He's Guilty of Not Taking His Own Advice - New Driving Distracted Ordinance Gives Law Enforcement More Opportunities to Ticket You - Singapore Fines Man $15,000 for Littering with Cigarette Butts - Dr. Wilfert Explains: Wild Bees At Risk of Diseases from Commercially Raised Bees - More Conflicting Studies on the Health Risks of Being Obese - How Much Time do you Really Have? - Actor Bradley Cooper Trains and Eats Like a Super Human to Gain Muscle and Strength for His Role in American Sniper - Could You be Suffering From?Toxic Home Syndrome? - New Plastic Industry Study Says BPA is OK and FDA Says See We Told You So? Like Either Should Be Trusted - New Study Says e-Cigarettes Worse Than Tobacco for Second-Hand Vapor - Sorry Michelle Obama? Pizza is Not A Healthy Food Choice for Children - McDonald's French Fries Loaded With a Lot More Than Just Toxic Potatoes - Is Clean Eating a Myth? - Plus More
SHR # 1567 :: Trans-evolutionary Fitness Radio: Bread-free Bread + Study: Rotating Night Shift Work May be Hazardous to Your Health ::Co-host: Ken O'Neill :: Guest: Nerissa Oden - Dr. Eva Schernhammer :: Oden joins Lanore and O'Neill on this episode of TEFR discussing alternatives to flour-based bread products. Her recently published book Breadfree Bread explains how to substitute flour for just about every cracker, bread, cake and tortilla recipe. She also discusses food sensitivities and what we can do to eliminate the foods that harm us. At the end of the show she gives her Black Bean Brownie recipe that people all rave over. PLUS Almost 40 years after it first began, the Nurses' Health Study has given us a unique opportunity to look at the effects of shift-work on women throughout their lives. Dr. Shernhammer discusses her most recently published paper that look specifically at rotating night shift - working 3 or more night shifts per month over a longer period of time - and its effects on disease and mortality.
SHR # 1566 :: Self-perceived vs. Actual and Desired Body Weight + Science for Humans: Alkalizing the Human Body - Social Comparison, Negative Body Image, and Disordered Eating Behavior :: Co-host: Dr. Jeff Golini :: Guest: Dr. Paul Mueller - Dr. Danielle Arigo :: A very interesting discussion with Dr. Mueller about not only how we perceive our own bodyweight and level of obesity but also how physicians see their patients level of being overweight. This leads to a discussion about a better way to discuss obesity with an obese person that may allow us to have open discourse without firing the political correctness flare gun. PLUS The body manages a very narrow PH level. It prefers to be a bit more on the alkaline side. But many of our lifestyle choices tend to shift us to the acidic side. Dr. Golini discusses the potential diseases and effects on performance that a low PH is linked to and some really simple steps in checking your PH and moving it to a more alkaline state. PLUS Social Media and the selfie may be causing some women to engage in disordered eating behaviors. Dr. Arigo explains how some personality types react when they see images of someone in comparison to themselves. Some women also don't react negatively. We explore why this may be.
Love this show. From top to bottom, covers all aspects of physical culture. Interesting guests and info.
First heard it driving across the country a few years ago. I'm so glad that the show is growing and continues strong.
Reviewed on 1/5/2010
Great topics on the shows and great guest. I have learned a lot of useful information listening to SHR.
Reviewed on 11/9/2009
Aussie's Love Carl
Carl's show is great for the novice thru to advanced in all areas of health and fitness. Insightfull chats with guests who know what their talking about. Carls experience and knowledge make for an interesting listen every time. GO CARL !!
Reviewed on 4/26/2009
Lame beyond description
And here's why: When you pause during the show, and then unpause, you are auto-skipped ahead to advertisements, completely losing your place in the show! WTF????
Completely lame, will never be back.