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Dr. Paul Saladino comes back on the show to join Dr. Anthony Gustin in answering some of the top questions they received after their trip to Africa to learn more about the Hadza tribe.
They’ll get into questions like do they really eat as much fiber as previous studies have stated, why they’re so happy, were they territorial, do they marry, and what a typical tribe is like today.
They also chat about if the Hadza are monogamous, how they raise their children, their life expectancy, whether women hunt, if they read or write, and what their typical diet looks like.
Dr. Saladino and Dr. Gustin also run off on some tangents surrounding some recent studies published about the people in this region, myths associated with this tribe, the body positivity movement, the fallacy of Blue Zones, and what we should learn from this incredible group of people.
Dr. Paul Saladino, best-selling author and The Carnivore MD, is a repeat podcast guest. While he’s come on the show a few times before to talk about cholesterol and eating a meat-based diet, Dr. Gustin and Dr. Saladino focused most of their time in this episode diving into listener questions from their trip to visit the Hadza tribe.
When you tune in, you’ll learn more about one of the last hunter-gatherer tribes and what their way of life looks like today.
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