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Episode 175: Walk Like an Hadza: On this week's episode we start with a message from <em>Stephen Hawking</em>. Then, it's <strong><em>News &amp; Views</em></strong> featuring new research about exercise's affects on the brain; details about physical activity levels within the Hadza hunter-gatherer tribe; and how being in nature benefits human beings. The <strong><em>Moment of Paleo</em></strong> segment offers food for thought about overthinking, and <strong><em>After the Bell</em></strong> features a neuroscientist's insights on exercise and creativity. Enjoy the show!

Episode 175: Walk Like an Hadza: On this week's episode we start with a message from <em>Stephen Hawking</em>. Then, it's <strong><em>News &amp; Views</em></strong> featuring new research about exercise's affects on the brain; details about physical activity levels within the Hadza hunter-gatherer tribe; and how being in nature benefits human beings. The <strong><em>Moment of Paleo</em></strong> segment offers food for thought about overthinking, and <strong><em>After the Bell</em></strong> features a neuroscientist's insights on exercise and creativity. Enjoy the show!

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Episode 175: Walk Like an Hadza: On this week's episode we start with a message from <em>Stephen Hawking</em>. Then, it's <strong><em>News &amp; Views</em></strong> featuring new research about exercise's affects on the brain; details about physical activity levels within the Hadza hunter-gatherer tribe; and how being in nature benefits human beings. The <strong><em>Moment of Paleo</em></strong> segment offers food for thought about overthinking, and <strong><em>After the Bell</em></strong> features a neuroscientist's insights on exercise and creativity. Enjoy the show!

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52 minutes
Released:
Dec 5, 2016
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Podcast Episode

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On this week's episode we start with a message from Stephen Hawking. Then, it's News & Views featuring new research about exercise's affects on the brain; details about physical activity levels within the Hadza hunter-gatherer tribe; and how being in nature benefits human beings. The Moment of Paleo segment offers food for thought about overthinking, and After the Bell features a neuroscientist's insights on exercise and creativity. Enjoy the show!
Links for this episode:This Episode & Shownotes at latestinpaleo.comHow You Can Support the ShowChristmas Gift Ideas: Gadgets for the KitchenRecommended Food & Other ProductsRecommended Books & AudiobooksGEN-PEP – Pep Talk by Stephen Hawking - YouTubeRSNA press release: Aerobic Exercise Preserves Brain Volume and Improves Cognitive FunctionAerobic exercise improves cognition in old age - Medical News TodayExercise May Help Protect Against Cognitive Decline | The Huffington PostHow Exercise Rewires Your Brain - YouTubePhysical activity patterns and biomarkers of cardiovascular disease risk in hunter-gatherers - Raichlen - 2016 - American Journal of Human Biology - Wiley Online LibraryModern Hunter-Gatherers Show Value of Exercise | UANews3 Health Lessons From Modern Hunter-Gatherers To Improve Your LifeDebunking the Hunter-Gatherer Workout - The New York TimesPLOS ONE: Hunter-Gatherer Energetics and Human ObesityWhy parks matter: Nature improves your brainTEDxOrlando - Wendy Suzuki - Exercise and the Brain - YouTubeVisit PuraKai to shop for eco-friendly clothing and stand-up paddle boards. Be sure to use coupon code "latest in paleo" for 15% off all clothing purchases.
Released:
Dec 5, 2016
Format:
Podcast Episode