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What’s Coming This Episode?
Why detox? Well, if we cleanse our mind by meditating, then we can cleanse our bodies by undertaking a detox. Sean detoxes regularly and he’s currently part way through a serious, 90 day detox. Wowzers!
Sean and Ed are discussing all things food this week and the show contains more than one disclaimer. We’ll repeat it now for clarity: consult your doctor or a qualified nutritionist before undergoing any major changes to your diet.
Enjoy the show!
Show Notes and Links
- A good place to start reading is Sean’s recent blog post about his 90 Day Detox
- Here’s Sean’s original 13 Day Detox page
- Robert Lustig’s YouTube talk ‘Sugar: The Bitter Truth‘ is a must watch
- Interested in these Blue Zones that Ed mentioned? Start here…
- Yet another mention for out friend Conrad Rafique, a fine, fine personal trainer and nutritional expert
- It’s been a while since we mentioned the great folks at Lift App and their Quantified Diet is well worth a look if you’re thinking about changing your eating habits (great blog post about it here by the founder, Tony Stubblebine)
- Check out the No Meat Athlete site for info on how to get energy in your body minus the meat
- Does milk cause cancer?
- ‘Fauja Singh becomes oldest marathon runner’
- That quote that Ed attempted, by Uncle Monty in Withnail and I
Resource of the Week
- Sean gave another mention to his own 13 Day Detox which is a great intro for everyone to the world of the detox
- Ed suggest you take a look at Jamie Oliver’s TED Talk: Teach every child about food
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