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Episode 80: Insane in America: On today's show: 70% of Americans hate their jobs; Big breakfasts may be healthier than big dinners; The Epigentics of fat; the 123-year old living man. Much more including a Moment of Paleo that reflects on the first 100 episodes. After the Bell, it's food and science in two short (and great!) clips.

Episode 80: Insane in America: On today's show: 70% of Americans hate their jobs; Big breakfasts may be healthier than big dinners; The Epigentics of fat; the 123-year old living man. Much more including a Moment of Paleo that reflects on the first 100 episodes. After the Bell, it's food and science in two short (and great!) clips.

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Episode 80: Insane in America: On today's show: 70% of Americans hate their jobs; Big breakfasts may be healthier than big dinners; The Epigentics of fat; the 123-year old living man. Much more including a Moment of Paleo that reflects on the first 100 episodes. After the Bell, it's food and science in two short (and great!) clips.

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58 minutes
Released:
Aug 21, 2013
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On today's show: 70% of Americans hate their jobs; Big breakfasts may be healthier than big dinners; The Epigentics of fat; the 123-year old living man. Much more including a Moment of Paleo that reflects on the first 100 episodes. After the Bell, it's food and science in two short (and great!) clips.
Links for this episode:'Why everything sucks' - YouTubeFast Food Baby - BBC Documentary - YouTube'Big breakfast healthier than a big dinner'Eat More Calories for Breakfast and Less Throughout the Day to Lose Weight and Lower Risk of Disease : Health & Medicine : Nature World NewsMeal timing and composition influence ghrelin levels, appetite scores and weight loss maintenance in overweight and obese adultsThe epigenetics of fat: Altered states | The EconomistWorld's oldest man aged 123 living in Bolivia - YouTubeAt 123, Bolivian man may be the oldest human who ever lived - latimes.comLiving to 120 and Beyond: Americans’ Views on Aging, Medical Advances and Radical Life Extension | Pew Research Center's Religion & Public Life ProjectLiving in America will drive you insane — literally - Salon.comWorkplace morale heads down: 70% of Americans negative about their jobs, Gallup study shows  - NY Daily NewsDailyGood: Manic Nation: Why We're Addicted to Stress"PRODUCT OF HIS ENVIRONMENT" - Joshua Merchant {The Bigger Picture Project} - YouTubeNeil deGrasse Tyson: Want Scientifically Literate Children? Get Out of Their Way. - YouTube
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Released:
Aug 21, 2013
Format:
Podcast Episode