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Real Food Summit Controversies and Don’t-Miss Q&A

Questions about fat burn? Detoxification products? Antioxidant or vitamin supplements?

Does doing dairy worry you?

What about the idea that something as delicious and natural as fruit could be bad for your health?

If you’re listening to Sean’s summit and are full of new questions, don’t miss your chance to quiz DrCate about anything real-food related, live on Sean’ s show Friday the 13th at 12 noon Pacific time. (Since it’s not safe to travel anyway, stay home and call in).

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Dr. Cate

With over two decades of clinical experience and expertise in genetic and biochemical research, Dr. Cate can help you to reverse metabolic disease and reshape your body.

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  1. Hi Cate,

    I posted this on Sean Croxton’s website but I thought maybe you wouldn’t see it there. Are you able to comment on this? Thanks.

    “Hi Sean, I just started listening to your podcast. I heard the real food summit live q&a with Cate Shanahan and I’m wondering if she is across the information in the book “catching fire” by Richard Wrangham. I was quite shocked at her advice on cooking – especially with raw eggs. I used to eat raw eggs myself but there seems to be overwhelming information that cooked eggs are far superior in terms of digestion and also avoiding problems with raw eggs not limited to salmonella. I forgot if it was Chris Kresser or Robb Wolf or both but at least one of them details the case for cooked eggs on one of their podcasts.

    Aside from eggs I found her advice contrary to information in this book which is very well researched. Just wondering if she or anyone would care to comment on this.


  2. I was unable to make it to the Q&A session but had a question. I appreciated your advice on taking supplements. What would you suggest for someone with greater nutritional needs (for example, a pregnant or nursing mother, or a high performance athlete)? Do you recommend prenatals? Or for the athlete, if hydrolyzed whey protein is not recommended, what would you suggest? What product names for multivitamins or supplements would you recommend? Thank you!

  3. I was glad to see you point out that fruit isn’t a health food–it’s mostly sugar. It’s a dessert. (And for me, a quick way to an upset stomach.)

  4. I’ ve no chance to ask my question thus I would be grateful if you could answer it here:What do you think about eating wild caught fishes and seafood from Pacific Ocean (due to Fukushima radiation concernes). Have you seen as a Hawaian doctor any detrimental effects of radiation there? And what about Gulf of Mexico seafood (BP oil spill)?

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