Eat for Heat Audio Edition

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EFH-CD_sBy Rob Archangel

Another quick update everyone: Eat for Heat: The Metabolic Approach to Food and Drink is now available in audiobook format on Audible. Narrated by Matt, this is a great way to learn about how best to interpret your biofeedback so that you can tweak your food and beverages for the greatest metabolic impact.

If you’re tired of dealing with middle of the night bathroom trips, cold hands and feet, dry skin and scalp, even migraines and anxiety, Eat for Heat offers tools to address these problems and more using simple diet and lifestyle interventions. And no crazy dietary dogma to swallow- these tips will work for everyone from bodybuilders to vegetarians and vegans, to fast food fiends and the die-hard farmer’s market shopping real-food eaters.

Best of all, you can listen to it for FREE if you sign up to become an Audible trial member. If not, it’s still cheaper to get the audiobook than to buy it as a paperback or on Kindle.

Available now for FREE through Audible.

Also available through iTunes and Amazon.

24 Comments

  1. What about for the long time subscribers of 180D and of Audible? The people that built both companies into the empires they are today.

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    • Well I went ahead and bought it and plunged further into debt. Enjoy your filthy lucre.

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      • Lucre is such an under-used word

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        • I know it! I love lucre! I just started using it 2 weeks ago and have 3 new friends.

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          • *snicker*

          • Pretty sure you mean 4 new friends, amigo.

  2. Almost done listening to this sucka, bout 36 minutes left. I think my metabo is pretty good. I’ve been RRARFING since 2010. I’ve never noticed cold hands/feet. I work outside and drink a ton of water during the day. So I reckon I need to be putting salt in my gallon water jug to sip on? How much?

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    • Not necessarily. Adding salt to water is something more important for those who do have cold hands and feet, a low temp, and problems with frequent urination.

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  3. Hope the inappropriate language didn’t get bleeped out.

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    • No bleeping Thomas. And I am recording 12 Paleo Myths right now. Your section in that is not bleeped either, and I thoroughly enjoyed reading your colorful language and description of your inability to “shit.”

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  4. But what about those that if adding salt to water makes them retain alot of water and get water retention?

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    • It’s best for an individual to experiment freely and use biofeedback to determine what is the best course of action. Salt is great in some situations, in others it is not. If I were retaining water like crazy and knew it was the added salt, I would probably ease up off of it.

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  5. I was telling my fellow AT&T lineman (and former E4 Army corporal
    and Yankee extraordinaire), Deano, about this book today and says “oh hell yeah man! We never drank plain water. We drank that damn victory juice when we were doing PT. It was just f’ing kool-aid and salt. Our f’ing boots would be f’ing stained with salt. That was the shit man!”.

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    • Great story, Johnny! “Victory Juice,” awesome. I kind of want to call my lemonade that now, but it doesn’t seem in the right spirit …

      Reminds me of another one, nowhere near as cool as yours. Over 15 years ago, one of my summer jobs was doing those stupid phone surveys for products. It wasn’t horrible because I like talking to people and we weren’t selling anything. Eeeeenyway, one of the survey clients was Gatorade, and they desperately wanted responses from males age 18-24. Narrow group who, even then, didn’t sit around next to their land lines. Finally I got one! And he was so eager to talk … he maxed out all the survey responses, answering “d – or more” to all the quantity questions! His enthusiasm for Gatorade was incredible. He loved all the flavors. He said he worked construction, and their crew went through several 10-gallon coolers of the stuff. “I never drink water if I can drink Gatorade!”

      Speaking of the Gatorade, I was at a party over the weekend and this doctor friend-of-a-friend talked about treating this low-income guy who, when asked how much water he drank daily, told her he drank only Gatorade. She was of course horrified, “That’s nothing but sugar!” She was naturally steeped in Pollan-ism and obesity-crisis! panic. Thanks to 180, I thought about how the guy probably had all kinds of stress and maybe also a physical job, and that, rather than hurting him, the Gatorade might actually be keeping him healthy! I didn’t argue with her about that particular guy, but I did say, “I went for months eating no sugar at all, once I started eating it again, I got healthier.”

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  6. I don’t have cold hands or feet, or frequent urination but can’t seem to get my temperature above 97.8 (first half of the month) Any ideas? I do drink between 2 and 4 cups of tea (made with whole milk and sugar) which I am trying to cut down.

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    • More carbohydrates, more dense calories, and more salt is probably a better place to start than messing with your fluid intake it sounds. But those temps aren’t terrible at all. If you’re feeling good and metabolism signs are good, nothing to worry about.

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      • That’s very reassuring. I feel great generally, so was confused as I thought my temperature should be up above 98. Thanks very much.

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  7. The audio quality is amazing on this and the narration is bass thumping and heart pounding. The FAQ at the end is dramatized and kept me on the edge of my seat. ★★★★★ Five stars!!!!!

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    • Got some fancy equipment after the Eat for Heat recording. The next ones coming out are gon’ be even better.

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  8. Dear Matt,

    2 questions if you have time for them: 1. Have you ever heard of a diet in which fat and carbs are separated, and you eat a max of one tsp of fat if you eat carbs and lean protein. There is a list of carbs u can eat and ones that you mostly shouldn’t. You can eat sweet potato but not white potato cause of the glycemic index. When u eat protein and nonstarchy veggies you can have more fat. There are no calorie restrictions or limits on eating just that you can’t mix carbs and fat in quantity and are encouraged to avoid refined carbs and certain high glycemic carbs mostly but not always. A lot of my friend are doing this diet. I told them I don’t do diets and that I think this and every other diet is a gimmick. They were all hanging out one day and I got to say this to all of them at once. Then I told them about you. I’ve told some people about you, even left some reviews for some diet books I’ve read warning people and directing them to your site. But this is the first time I’ve preached to a crowd. They looked at me stunned and didn’t know how to respond. Maybe you’ll get some book sales. Anyway, I am just curious about this diet as I’ve never heard of it and wondered if u have. I’m assuming there is no evidence it does anything other that make people get weird about food.

    2. Why are most women’s hormones messed up? A lot of alternative health people say it is because evil estrogens are everywhere in everything we touch and eat. Obviously many women diet chronically, but does this solely account for why it seems that the vast majority of women have hormonal problems? I’m in my forties and had started getting chin hairs and pms like I did as a teen. I started taking dim and this has largely gone away. But I’d really rather not stay on that forever. Any thoughts on this? Do you think you might do a book on this subject at some point?

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    • i’ve been asking myself this question for a long time. i’m fifty and still cycle like a teen, so here is my advice. first and foremost… CHART. tcoyf.com is a great book and website. no better way to troubleshoot. when you make a change, write it right down on your chart and you will have your basals right there. don’t take birth control hormones. use your knowledge of your fertile time. i just use withdrawal for fertile time and naked sex for non-fertile time. the rules are in tcoyf. ymmv.

      temp and iodine… anything you can do to bring your temp up is going to help, such as matt’s advice. also, i took a kelp pill daily for a a few years and i think i was low in iodine. or you could make sure to eat plenty of fish. (ancient people knew that seafoods kept fertility) that is what i do now. NEVER DIET. the only time i ever stopped cycling completely was when i went ultra low carb and hit 97 pounds. bad news.

      your cycle is just that–a cycle. sometimes it needs to be rebooted. i needed to do night lighting to regulate my cycle that self-perpetuates. this is where you sleep in complete darkness and then about day 14 turn on a night light or just open a shade. it only took a few months. after your cycle regulates you just need to do the complete darkness. everyone’s hormones are better for sleeping in complete darkness.

      i need to get sunshine in summer and i need to supplement vit D in winter.

      i am a wapfer and homesteader and so i focus on quality of foods. i really do great on raw pastured dairy, and pastured eggs. i’m really not that big on veggies although i do eat em. ymmv.

      i barely eat any bad fats ever. if i want yummy stuff like cake i make it at home with good fats. i NEVER eat fries, chips etc.

      stress… well, as you know affects everything. don’t have much advice here except try to love your life!

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      • sorry about the type, i should have said: “your cycle is just that–a cycle that self perpetuates”. not “regulate my cycle that self perpetuates”.

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        • also, i just thought of something else. i actively try to avoid iodine blockers such as fluoride (in toothpaste and dental procedures), bromide (used in baked goods). i’ve started having my silver fillings replaced (mercury is known for goofing up women-folk throughout the ages). i’m going for the fillings SLOOOWLY. i get this done at a savvy dentist who has all the gadgets for doing this as cleanly as possible. i no longer vaccinate. (this is all typical wapf stuff)

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  9. Hey Matt,
    How’s it going? here is a simple and possibly great idea for you. Maybe you could have a place where you link to your most popular posts. That way it would be easy for new people to find the coolest posts first.

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