The Simply Human Podcast -- Simple Fitness, Nutrition, Exercise, Wellness, Fitness and Fat loss advice for improving your health
Hosts Mark and Rick helping humans discover just how simple being healthy really is. Eat like a human. Sleep like a human. Move like a human. Enjoy life like a human. New episodes on the first 4 Mondays of every month. Call and record a Humans Being Human story, ask a question, or give feedback: (530) 42-HUMAN (3 minute limit)

On today's show it's an interview with Dr. Katherine Erlich, a board certified pediatrican who said good-bye to her large conventional pediatric practice in Bingham Farms, Michigan in 2009 and resumed caring for patients through Healing the Whole Child, PLLC. We talk to Dr. Erlich about what prompted her to write her book Super Nutrition for Babies, nutritional foundation for kids, can you reverse the negative effects of poor nutrition?, and what are some super foods we need to be getting into our kids?

Then it's the Humans Being Human segment with Jayson and Mira Calton and a story about some interesting cultural practices.
Our Simply Human Tip of the Week is don't get discouraged! It's never too late to get healthy. Your body is amazing and is designed to heal itself!
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Stuff we talked about:

Direct download: Episode19Erlich.mp3
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On today’s show Mark and Rick have a conversation with Jayson and Mira Calton -- they are among the world's leading experts on the topics of weight management, lifestyle medicine and micronutrient deficiency. Their high success rate working with adults and children to achieve sustainable weight loss and reverse health and disease conditions has made their consultancy highly sought after by celebrities, athletes and top corporate executives around the world. It is their belief that becoming micronutrient sufficient is the first step towards preventing and reversing many of today's most prevalent health conditions and diseases. (I stole that from their website). We talk to them about osteoporosis, the importance of micronutrients, bad multivitamins, a great multivitamin, a coupon code!, how the Caltons are like the late, great Weston A. Price, and the universal truth of nutrition.

Then it’s another edition of the Humans Being Human segment where Rick tells a story which, at the time of the event, he never thought he would ever tell anyone. Warning: it’s gross.
Our Simply Human Tip of the Week is try and go a full day without sitting in a chair -- only standing, squatting or sitting on the floor -- and if you do that, email us and let us know how it went. We promise we will read it on the show. Rick has a new email address -- 

Coupon Code for Nutreince -- $10simplyhuman for $10 off of Nutreince (click Calton Nutrition link below)

Direct download: Episode18Calton.mp3
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On today's episode Rick and I really focus on the "Enjoy Life" Pillar of the Simply Human Lifestyle with a four-way discussion with Vinnie Tortorich and Anna Vocino of the Angriest Trainer Podcast. It's a word association game where we talk about, fitness confidential, college football, donaldsonville, bond girls, villa capelli, the biggest loser, breaking bad, toddlers and tiaras, how starbucks is like the mafia, what kind of animals are vinnie and anna, oprah and pink pants, and voice overs. It's wheels off with lots of bleeps and lots of fun!

Then it's another edition of the Humans Being Human segment where Katy Bowman tells about a time her husband got a Thai massage and it ended HORRIBLY. 
Our Simply Human Tip of the Week is try to strengthen your feet by going barefoot as much as possible. Thanks for listening! Please give us a review on iTunes or Stitcher! 
Stuff we talked about:

Direct download: Episode17V26A.mp3
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On today’s show we highlight the “Move Like a Human” Pillar of the Simply Human Lifestyle with a conversation with biomechanist and author Katy Bowman where we talk about pregnancy, unnecessary intervention, sitting Indian style, household furniture, the definition of natural, and walking. Then it’s another hilarious edition of Rick the Caveman and an introduction to his beautiful wife, Glarn. The Simply Human Tips of the Week are 1) don’t text and drive and 2) LAUGH. Thanks for listening. Tell a friend. Like us on facebook and follow me on twitter. (see links below)

Direct download: Episode16.mp3
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On today’s show we talk to Dr. Richard Hansler co-founder of and adjunct professor at John Carroll University. Dr. Hansler spent 42 years as a senior scientist at the world-renowned GE Nela Park lighting laboratory, where he was instrumental in the development of several lighting techniques and applications. We talk about artificial lights, melatonin and cancer risks, circadian rhythms, rapid eye movement, memory loss, f.lux software, pregnancy and babies, depression and Ambien.

In our Humans Being Human segment we hear hilarious stories from Jason Seib and Ben Greenfield.
Then it’s the Simply Human Tip of the Week which is BE MORE RANDOM.

Direct download: Episode15.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 9:12am CST

Once again joined by everybody's favorite co-host, Rick, it's a conversation with Ben Greenfield where we talk about coffee, crystals, cold showers and one more "c" that you'll have to listen to find out what it is. Then it's another edition of Humans Being Human with Jim Laird and Molly  Galbraith about a dude shattering his arms and a vomit story. The Simply Human Tip of the Week is EAT MORE FAT.

Here are the links to some of what we talk about on today's show:



Direct download: Episode14.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 12:00pm CST

On today's show co-hosted by your favorite co-host, Rick, we talk to 2 time Olympian Eva T of Eva T strength and condition about family, speed, 3 peaks, 4 pillars, heart rate variability, finding passion in movement, packing on muscle, rodeo clowns, advice for women’s collegiate athletes, flossing, tropical water surfing, and PaleoFX.

Then Rick and I tell a few funny stories that all have to do with Poetic Justice and we wrap up with our Simply Human Tip of the Week.

Direct download: Episode13.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 12:00pm CST

Jim Laird and Molly Galbraith are the Strength Coaches and Wellness Instructors at J&M Strength and Conditioning. Together they have over 20 years of experience coaching everyone from Professional Athletes, to Pageant Contestants, to Soccer Moms. They were both competitive athletes. Jim wrestled, played football and was an elite-level Powerlifter. Molly was a competitive gymnast, cheerleader, figure competitor and currently competes in Powerlifting as well. After several years of dedicating themselves to extreme sports, they have both come to appreciate a more balanced, well-rounded approach to training, and this is the approach they use with most of their clients as well. (this text taken straight from site). Today we talk about getting more out of less, adult bookstores, babies, beast mode, group fitness classes, misfits, 10,000 pitches, recovering from a C-section, and being more mindful to enjoy life.

Then it’s a short essay about a snorkeling disaster -- and our simply human tip of the week --

Here are links to the stuff we talked about today. Had lots of fun with Molly and Jim -- look for them in future editions of Humans Being Human -- they gave me some doozys.

Direct download: Episode12.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 12:00pm CST

Episode 11 of the Simply Human Podcast. A Sleep episode featuring night shift worker and policeman Rick...we talk about ambien, orange glasses, sleep masks, memory loss, night-shift cocktails, and more!

The Humans Being Human Segment is a story about a Solo Dad Disaster.

The Simply Human Tip of the Week is to simulate a sunset in your home by using natural light or light from orange sources.

Direct download: Episode11.mp3
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In Episode 10 we talk to author and certified genius Dr. Paul Jaminet about the Perfect Health Diet, why grains are bad, the benefits of white rice, long-term dining out strategies, foods you aren’t eating but SHOULD be, how a low-fat diet makes you fat, why your doctor and vet should talk more, yoyo dieting, and circadian rhythms.

Then it's another edition of Rick the Caveman. We check in with our buddy and find out what he's been up to the last three weeks. The segment is rated PG-13.

Then it's the Simply Human Tip of the Week which is eat more coconut and coconut products.

Thanks for listening! Leave us a review!

Direct download: 10_Dr._Paul_Jaminet_Interview_and_Rick_the_Caveman_II.mp3
Category:Podcast -- posted at: 12:00pm CST