These are a few of the paleo podcasts I've been listening to lately. Informative and highly entertaining, every week these folks ride with me on the subway and walk with me on my lunch breaks.
Paleo Talk - Sarah Fragoso of Everyday Paleo and Chrissy Gower of Growing Up Paleo are absolutely adorable to listen to. This podcast discusses much of the paleo diet and recipes in relation to family and raising children. Both ladies are experienced in bringing up children following paleo principles and answer questions on topics such as breast feeding and pregnancy, stubborn teenagers and how to ease family members into joining/accepting a paleo lifestyle (to name a few). Their producer Dain Sandoval is also hilarious.
Primal Body Primal Mind - a lot of great information on paleo eating and indepth descriptions of our diet in relation to biological functions. Nora Gedgaudas, author of Primal Body - Primal Mind, has over 25 years of experience in diet and nutrition. A Certified Nutritional Therapist and Clinical Neurofeedback Specialist, many of her topics on her radio program tie in her work to Neurofeedback and the importance of brain function and intestinal health. Highly recommended!
Robb Wolf - "six listeners can't be wrong" This makes me laugh everytime I hear it. Robb Wolf is a smart guy. Former research biochemist and author of The Paleo Solution, he shares the podcast airspace with Andy Deas. Both are very sarcastic and this is probably the main reason I listen. I love sarcasm. Robb answers a large variety of questions relating to the Paleo diet, Crossfit and general human biology. Robb also features prominent experts in the paleo world to discuss and help answer listeners questions. He has a cat named Keystone.
Latest in Paleo - previously entitled This Week in Paleo, Angelo Coppola's podcast strives to keep us informed on the latest paleo news. I've just recently come across this one and added to my list of must listens. Angelo also highlights a paleo blogger each week to help spread the word. He's also a Vibram Five Fingers enthusiast :) Highly entertaining and well produced, he's got a great voice for podcasting.
All of these podcasts can be found on iTunes.