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Apr 30, 2013
JERF with Sean Croxton

 

Sean Croxton teaches us about JERF, Just Eat Real Foods.  We learn exactly what real food is, how our friends sabotage us when we’re trying to lose weight, why it’s important to have good reasons to get healthy, the importance of sleep, and how Sean gained a fear of planes!

 

 

 

You can find Sean below:

 

 

 

http://undergroundwellness.com/

 

 

 

https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/btr-underground-wellness-show/id296766401

 

http://www.youtube.com/undergroundwellness

 

https://twitter.com/ugwellness

 

https://www.facebook.com/undergroundwellness

 

 

 

Bumper music:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0H3RlaQVrM

5 Comments
  • almost four years ago
    Gabriel
    try extra-virgin organic cocunot oil. i'll make you lose weight. also to help sleep try valerian; a herb that works like the medication valium, but not addictive. before taking valerian make check to see if you are taking any medication, if you are check with your doc if making the switch from the meds to valerian. if you anit takin meds still check to make sure valerian is sutible for you. and drink half your body weight of water' ask your doc. peace. please ask your DOC! http://awtyawwg.com [url=http://viausqfeao.com]viausqfeao[/url] [link=http://zmxqczpmcgq.com]zmxqczpmcgq[/link]
  • almost four years ago
    Veni
    try extra-virgin organic conucot oil. i'll make you lose weight. also to help sleep try valerian; a herb that works like the medication valium, but not addictive. before taking valerian make check to see if you are taking any medication, if you are check with your doc if making the switch from the meds to valerian. if you anit takin meds still check to make sure valerian is sutible for you. and drink half your body weight of water' ask your doc. peace. please ask your DOC!
  • almost four years ago
    Mohammid
    Glad to see you're covering this Elliot, what's your take on it? I've aaulclty followed Mark Sisson's Primal Blueprint' diet for some time, which is an adaptation of the paleo diet. I jump started this last fall by doing a 30 day primal challenge, during that time I dropped my body fat from 13% to 9% while gaining 2 lbs. It was a very interesting experience.Anywho, love your videos Elliot, keep up the great work.
  • almost four years ago
    Popo
    Dr. CateI have been reading your book Deep Nutrition and have found it very ihgsintful. I've been slowly changing my habbits and I'm starting to notice wonderful effects (mainly with my digestion system). I find that when I have a nice breakfast of like eggs, white and black pudding (I live in Ireland), or an amazing omlette made with mushrooms, onions, garlic, tomato, organic full-fat smoked cheddar, and of course Irish butter (the most amazing butter ever) that I don't even need lunch and if I have one it's very light (and I've been hypoglycemic for years!). I also switched our milk to organic whole milk from grass fed Irish cows and my kids now beg me for milk (and they don't even want chocolate in it any more). I haven't lost much weight yet (but this may be attributed to 2 weaknesses of mine . . . chocolate and potatoes (not together of course). However, I am loving being able to cook more of a French style and not feeling guilty about it (I just love to cook in butter with fresh garlic). I've also ordered your book Food Rules and am very excited for it to arrive. Since adding more proteins and fats I feel more energetic and have less abdominal stress (and that issue seemed to be resolved quite quickly). I have two quick questions about something you say in your book: firstly, you talked a bit about Scotish oats from nutrient rich soil. I do love organic Irish oats also from nutrient rich soil and I was wondering if by enjoying them in the same matter you discussed (letting them ferment over night) will set me way back on the weightloss track since they are still a carb. You also discuss the eating of offal a lot in your book, and I have to be honest . . . I have tried and tried and I just really hate liver, kidneys, and heart (all of which I have recently tried). I do like black and white pudding though. Is it at all possible to still get the nutrients I need from meat on the bone? I know that offal was one of the four pillars and this has really concerned me. Lastly (somewhat off topic) is there any truth to incorporating organic, unpasturized, unfiltered, undiluted apple cider vinegar to your daily diet in regards to health improvement and weightloss? Thank you for your time (especially the time spent on writing your wonderful book).
  • over four years ago
    Krystal
    Thank you for this, great episode!