#13: Exploring Ray Peat's Work Beyond Nutrition

Vision and Acceptance, PatreoniTunes

01:09 - Danny’s introduction to Ray Peat
02:20 - Ray Peat’s work and new perspectives
03:19 - Does Danny understand Ray Peat?
04:26 - Karen’s background in nutrition and health
05:13 - ‘Paying the price to break away from conformity’
07:53 - Problems with both mainstream and alternative medicine
09:22 - ‘Damn good orange juice’
10:08 - Karen’s email correspondence with Ray
11:18 - Between zero-carbing and safe-starches
12:17 - Ray’s replies — respectful and validating
13:10 - Karen’s interviews with Ray
14:25 - An issue with groups and forums
15:48 - Confounding health factors
16:48 - Women solves health problems after leaving husband
17:21 - Hans Selye’s book, Stress Without Distress
18:01 - Making big moves in healing
18:48 - Karen on the human story
19:17 - Danny apologizes to Ray for writing The Peat Whisperer
20:22 - To go from Mercola to Peat — a tall order
21:58 - ‘Sick people always want to go back’
22:20 - Danny isn’t interested in authoritarianism
24:01 - ‘Reoccupying your center’
25:17 - ‘The loudest voice can be the most immature voice’
26:06 - ‘Nothing is certain, nothing is sure’
27:09 - What ‘Peating’ would really mean
28:02 - Danny is a sensitive flower
28:53 - ‘Certainty is the authoritarian mindset’
29:44 - Ken Robinson on education paradigms (video: http://bit.ly/educationparadigm)
30:22 - Authoritarianism in nutrition
31:22 - Other factors in health besides nutrition
32:07 - Vis medicatrix naturae
34:05 - ‘Reasonable rate of progression’
34:59 - Why Karen isn’t a ‘fan’ of Ray Peat
35:53 - More about visionandacceptance.com
36:06 - Éric Lépine is dope
36:56 - ‘How do you deal with awareness?’
37:27 - ‘Easy to destroy, hard to create’
38:12 - David Lynch on ideas (video: http://bit.ly/1RS5Soq)
39:08 - Karen on her book (link: http://bit.ly/karenbook)