433: ‘Encore Week’ 2011: Robb Wolf


Robb Wolf is back for “Encore Week” 2011!

Welcome to Day 5 of our annual “Encore Week,” presented this year by CarbSmart.com. Every January, we start off with fresh, new interviews featuring the most interesting and popular guests from the previous year, as selected by YOU. And this “Encore Week” 2011 celebrating the best of the best from 2010 has been one of the best we’ve ever assembled! We’ve already heard outstanding brand new interviews this week from Dr. Robert Lustig, Denise Minger, Chris Masterjohn and Dr. Kurt Harris.

Today we’ve saved one of the best for last as we present Robb Wolf, a research biochemist, blogger, Paleo-fitness trainer, and newly-crowned New York Times bestselling author. Robb talks about the overnight success of his book The Paleo Solution and then answers a bevy of questions submitted by listeners like YOU. Don’t miss this fantastic wrap to the jubilee we call “Encore Week!”

– Visit our sponsor CarbSmart.com to check out the “Ask Dana Carpender” section and to get Gary Taubes’ new book Why We Get Fat and What To Do About It for HALF PRICE this week only!
The Paleo Solution: The Original Human Diet
Jimmy’s review of The Paleo Solution
– RELATED PODCAST: Robb Wolf Brings Paleo Diets Into The 21st Century (Episode 363)

3 Responses to 433: ‘Encore Week’ 2011: Robb Wolf
  1. js290
    January 10, 2011 | 6:47 pm

    Born to Run was written by Christopher McDougal, not Chris Masterjohn. 😛

    Until they find million year old Nalgene bottles, seems like the paleo way to hydrate oneself is by eating lots of veggies.

  2. Chris Masterjohn
    January 10, 2011 | 9:42 pm

    Great interview!

    Robb, thanks for calling Christopher McDougal Chris Masterjohn. McDougal, if you’re out there, sorry. :)

    Don’t worry though Robb, I called Pure Indian Foods “Purity Farms.” Argh!

    To the commenter at the end, of course there is such a thing as pasture-fed pigs!!! These folks make some great organic, grass-fed lard: mhof.net


  3. Adam Crafter
    January 16, 2011 | 3:39 pm

    The Neuroscientist Robb is trying to remember the name of at about 18min in is Dr. David Pendergrass. He works at the University of Kansas.


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