Weight Loss

Kick-Start Fat-Burning with Our Wild Strawberry “Milkshake” Recipe

Wild Strawberry "Milkshake"   This rich and creamy “milkshake” is loaded with vitamins, healthy fats, and beneficial fiber to help you power through your morning. Author: Abel James Serves: 4 Ingredients 8 organic strawberries (fresh or frozen) 1 tablespoon avocado oil (or olive oil)...

Noelle Tarr & Stefani Ruper: Coconuts and Kettlebells, Big Problems with Keto & The Special K Diet

Were our childhood heroes, like He-Man and Captain Planet, jacked up on steroids? We’re here with Noelle Tarr and Stefani Ruper, co-hosts of the Well-Fed Women Podcast and authors of the brand new book Coconuts and Kettlebells, to get to the bottom of all of this. If you’ve ever suffered from body image issues, disordered...

Karly Pitman: Sugar Cravings, Eating Disorders, & How to Avoid Cookies in the Conference Room

On this podcast, author and expert in developmental psychology Karly Randolph Pitman teaches us how to heal the emotional roots of eating disorders through unconditional self love, a path she calls, “Growing human kindness.” Karly struggled with bulimia, binge eating, sugar addiction, emotional eating, body hatred, and weight obsession for over 20 years. A...

Chris Kresser: Functional Medicine, Our Crashing Health Care System, & Why You Should Delete Your Emails

Is our phone and technology addiction now a serious health issue? Returning to the show this week is fellow podcaster, co-director of the California Center for Functional Medicine, and New York Times best selling author, Mr. Chris Kresser. For a man so knowledgeable about health, Chris’ non-dogmatic approach to wellness can be refreshing. On this show...

Chelsey Luger: Working Out with Rocks, Indigenous Food, & How to Play Double-Ball

You don’t need the gym to get fit. Music to your ears? It should be. All you need is to step outside into your “earth gym.” No fancy equipment required. Fitness trainer and holistic wellness advocate Chelsey Luger teaches the indigenous traditions that once kept tribal people in optimal health… but which have been replaced...

Can This Really Be Breakfast with The Wild Diet?

When you first crack open The Wild Diet book, you might notice the breakfast spread. It’s a scrumptious feast featuring blueberry muffins, bacon, eggs, potatoes, and steak! Yes, this can be your breakfast on The Wild Diet! Here’s how these indulgent foods fit into your fat-loss plan. Kurt shed 87 pounds and 22% percentage points...

How You Can Lose Fat, Get Fit, and Build Muscle by Exercising Less

There is common assumption that more exercise is better. It isn’t. What if I told you that you could get lean, lose body fat, and build muscle by exercising less? Well, that’s exactly what I did. Read on to see how. Cardio Doesn’t Really Burn Fat If getting lean were as straightforward as lacing up your shoes...

Our Wedding Feast: Wild Cowboy Burgers with Bacon, Jalapeños, Sautéed Onion & Avocado

Wild Cowboy Burgers   These juicy Cowboy Burgers piled high with bacon, jalapeños, sautéed onion and avocado will steal the show. Author: Abel James Serves: 4 Ingredients Burgers 1 pound 85% lean grass-fed ground bison or beef 4 slices nitrate-free bacon, cut into ½-inch...

9 Ways To Shed Fat Fast with Real Food: The Wild Diet Rapid Fat Loss Plan

The Wild Diet is not meant to be a crash diet. It’s meant to change your relationship with food, program your metabolism to burn fat, and have you looking and feeling great for a lifetime. But there are certain circumstances where people want to lose a lot of fat quickly. Like my buddy Chaz Branham,...

Max Lugavere: Bread Head, Preventing Alzheimer’s, & Why Sugar Makes Us Dumb

You may know Max Lugavere as host of Al Gore’s Emmy-nominated “Current TV.”  Max has a brand-new documentary in the works—Bread Head which explores the effects of diet on brain health and degenerative disease. The choices you make at the kitchen table now have a marked impact on how you think, how you age,...

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