In this episode, Stacy and Sarah answer your questions on how to live paleo in a non-paleo world. Diane Sanfilippo of Balanced Bites and Practical Paleo help them tackle eating in restaurants, eating while traveling and eating at other people’s houses. Can a paleo lifestyle be maintained when you’re not in your own kitchen? We answer a resounding “YES!” And if not, well tell you how to heal your gut from accidental gluten exposure.
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The Paleo View (TPV), Episode 8: Paleo on the Road
- 0:00 – Introduction
- 1:18 – News and Views
- 8:10 – Science with Sarah: How long does it take to heal after being exposed to gluten?
- Sarah’s post on How Long Does it Take the Gut to Repair after Gluten Exposure?
- Sarah’s post on lectins (of which gluten is the most famous)
- Diane on gluten and a leaky gut
- Our friend Shirley on “being glutened”
- Why Do I Still Have Thyroid Symptoms When My Test Results Are Normal?
- Lactulose/Mannitol Test is a common test for determining leaky gut or celiac disease; it measures the proportion of these sugars collected in urine after they are ingested.
- Alessio Fasano and the Revolution Health Radio episode he appeared in
- Zonulin, the protein that controls gut permeability
- Microvilli, the tiny nodes on the inside of the gut that increase surface area to allow more area for nutrient absorption
- Diane on RobbWolf.com on adrenal fatigue, stress and leaky gut
- 27:15 – Questions and answers
- 27:45 – How do you stay paleo while traveling and staying in other’s houses
- 49:56 – How do you eat away from the house?
- 1:03:17 – How do you navigate diet differences at work functions and business meetings?
- 1:12:05 – What can you do to heal when you accidentally consume a food that makes you sick?
- 1:27:13 – Outro