In Episode #137 Ari talks with Evan Brand ofNot Just Paleo. As the interview unfolds, Evan shares his unique story and explains how he became involved in the practice of Paleo. Ari and Evan discuss everything from dietary preferences to sleeping habits to the oft overlooked risks of electromagnetic radiation.
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Time Stamped Show Notes:
25:35 – Introduction of Evan Brand, one of the founders behind Not Just Paleo 26:15 – Got his start with OnIt 26:55 – While at OnIt, Evan worked on a number of products 27:50 – How Not Just Paleo came about 28:45 – Personal suffering was also a source of Not Just Paleo (IBS and depression) 29:30 – The Not Just Paleo wellness program—A six week in-depth exploration of health 30:45 – Health and happiness are not one and the same—You can be ripped and still be unhappy 32:00 – Evan does not push for strict Paleo 33:20 – Stress Solutions is a new initiative from Evan; a 71-page book 34:55 – REM Rehab 35:55 – The 40-hour work week is a joke 38:40 – Evan’s favorite healthy fats are raw honey and raw cheese, grass-fed beef jerky and butter are also favorites 42:09 – Evan’s Top 3 Tips for Being More Effective: 42:15 – Get up before 9AM in the morning, otherwise the day is already lost 42:27 – Go to bed no later than 10PM to maximize your natural Melatonin 43:11 – Lead life with your heart—Don’t live a lie 44:24 – NotJustPaleo.com or the Not Just Paleo podcast
7 Key Points:
Listen to your body—literally. Personal suffering can be a great source of inspiration. Practice Paleo, but do not do so strictly. The 40-Hour work week is a dinosaur that is in desperate need of extinction. Try eating healthy fats before bed to get better sleep. Natural Melatonin levels naturally drop with age—do everything possible to preserve them. Lead life with your heart.
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