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Everything Keto, intermittent fasting and carb cycling with Ben Azadi. Ben tells of his own personal health transformation of shredding 80 pounds of pure fat. Ever since, Ben has been on a mission to help 1 billion people live a healthier lifestyle. In this episode, Ben will help us understand why being in ketosis is one tool, one powerful tool for any who suffer with hypothyroidism. Yes, and the reason it is so powerful...one word...Inflammation! Ketones are super powerful and when keto is done the right way, it is a great way to reduce cellular inflammation.Connect with Ben...Website: www.benazadi.comBook: www.ketoflexbook.comYouTube: www.youtube.com/ketokampFree Keto Kamp Blueprint guidewww.ketokampblueprint.comShop ALL of Dr. Amie's Fixxr Supplements: https://dramiehornaman.com/collections/supplementsThyroid Fixxr™Blood Sugar Fixxr™Hormone Fixxr™LET'S GET YOUR LIFE BACK...Connect with Dr. Amie HornamanBook a free discovery call: https://dramiehornaman.com/pages/book-a-callYou are worth the effort it will take and I will get you there. Trust the process!CONNECT WITH ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA:If you haven't already done so:Join my exclusive Facebook Group, Dr. Amie…The Thyroid Fixer...Love Your Mirror, for a Community of HOPE and Support in your thyroid journey.https://www.facebook.com/groups/dramie/Like me on Facebook: Amie Hornaman Nutrition and Functional MedicineSubscribe on Youtube: Dr. Amie HornamanFollow me on Instagram: @dramiehornaman
Can you fuel your ride, run or triathlon (or other sport) with real food?YES!In this Find Your Edge podcast, Chris Newport describes the options for using real food that are easily portable for running, cycling, triathlon or other exercise like hiking, mountaineering, rock climbing and more. There are plenty of reasons why athletes avoid sports drinks and other engineered products like gels or energy chews. Whether they don't agree with your gut or they don't taste good, or they are too expensive, here are some options for portable foods for pre, during and post exercise. Support the show
Check Out Episode 250 of Cool, Calm, & Chaotic and An Overview of 3 Different Approaches To Fat Loss & Weight Maintenance To Put Your Focus Into. In A World of Too Much Information and Unnecessary Confusion These 3 Different Approaches of Nutritional Mindset Strong Paths To Control. I Touch On Tracking Calories, Working Portion Sizes, Skills, Habits, and Much More! Topics Include… ✔️ A Fourth of July Weekend Preview ✔️ Putting A Focus Into Getting Control of Your Weight ✔️ Three Different Approaches To Take With Nutrition ✔️ Tracking Your Calories and Macros ✔️ Using Apps To Learn, Track, and Preload ✔️ The Number of Calories To Get A Baseline, Then Adjusting ✔️ Understanding Portion Sizes and Making Them Fit You ✔️ Size of Carbs, Fats, Protein, & Veggies In Each Meal ✔️ Habits & Skills That Give You Control Over Your Eating ✔️ Doing A Lifestyle Assessment and Making Choices ✔️Fireworks, Scrooge, Watermelon Serving Sizes, & Much More! Follow Zarate Fitness Related Content At The Following Places: Website Instagram Twitter Facebook YouTube Also...Are You Interested In Weekly FREE Email Full of Good Reads, Schedules, and A Ton Of Tips, Ideas, and Ways To Increase Health, Fitness, and Happiness Delivered Right To Your Email Instead Of Checking All Over The Place? Me Too!! Sign Up Below And Sit Back and Keep Living The Good Life! http://zaratefitness.us10.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=bd5db6ad085f2ab63066ec43d&id=6af1b1391a
As many as 90% of us are on a PERPETUAL blood sugar rollercoaster! These constant spikes and crashes can lead to a seemingly endless cycle of weight gain, mood swings, inflammation, low energy–and ultimately, a chronic illness like diabetes. But it's not always what you eat… It's when you eat it and what you eat it with. Tune in to my new podcast mini and learn how to dress up your carbs up with protein and fats, plus 3 snack ideas that will get you feeling SO much better.
Dr. Ted Naiman is a board-certified family practice physician, who leads a major medical center in Seattle. He not only reads a lot of the literature, but he interfaces with patients. That part is the most valuable, especially when we're thinking about complex systems and how can we help the most amount of people. You have to be able to take the literature and implement it into real-life practice. In this episode we discuss: The ideal ranges for blood markers How to really move the needle on body fat The most effective ways to change your body composition How much protein you should be eating This episode is brought to you by Inside Tracker and 1st Phorm. http://www.TedNaiman.com (Ted Naiman) - Visit Dr. Naiman's website to get your copy of The P:E Diet https://twitter.com/tednaiman (Twitter) - Follow Dr. Naiman on Twitter Mentioned in this episode: Inside Tracker 20% Off Get 20% Off the entire Inside Tracker store: http://www.insidetracker.com/drlyon Visit 1st Phorm Website for Great Deals http://www.1stphorm.com/drlyon
Welcome back to another episode of Lucky View Podcast. This week Carbs calls in from Hawaii and catches up with the guys. The fellas talk new music from Chris Brown, Lil Durk, Beyonce, and more. The fellas deep dive on Drake's career and his albums. Roe vs Wade gets the guys going and state their opinion on the decision. Mahdi talks about the importance of and A&R and more. Subscribe to our Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/luckyviewpodcast Follow us on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/luckyviewpodcast Twitter https://www.twitter.com/luckyviewpod Era https://www.instagram.com/iamnewera_ Papijohnson https://www.instagram.com/papijohnson Carbs https://www.instagram.comstevenc___ Mahdi https://www.instagram.com/theredpilldealer Just Believe Entertainment https://www.instagram.com/justbelieveent
Mike, Mary and Carbs are back with the most comprehensive review of the weekend's international matches and Women's Origin. Chasing Kangaroos is brought to you by chasingroos.com - the #1 online shop for international rugby league fans.
Show Notes:Dr. Adrian Chavez(00:30) Intro - Who is Dr. Adrian Chavez?(04:05) What is insulin resistance?(11:30) How can you find out your insulin sensitivity?(24:30) Should you go low carb to improve your insulin sensitivity?(33:00) Should you wear a CGM to manage your blood sugar/insulin?(41:00) Top 6 things to stay insulin sensitive(54:00) Does insulin resistance prevent weight loss? If I am resistant…can I only lose weight if I go low carb?Where to find Adrian⬇️IG: @Dr.Adrian.ChavezPodcast: Science of Nutrition PodcastWhere to find me⬇️IG: @JordanLipsFitnessPodcast: Where Optimal Meets PracticalWebsite: JordanLipsFitness.comJordan's Coaching Options⬇️Apply for 1:1 Coaching HEREGroup Programming [Gym Program]Group Programming [Home Gym]Helping you find the balance between OPTIMAL and PRACTICAL❤️JL
I'm excited to sit down with Scott Myslinski. We talk about his carnivore diet journey, his sleep improvement with carbs, and much more. Make sure to listen to the full interview to learn more about the details.Scott Myslinski joined Silversmith Capital Partners in 2017 as an Associate. Prior to Silversmith, Scott was a Consultant at the Boston Consulting Group from 2014-2016 where he focused on growth strategy and due diligence across industries. He graduated magna cum laude with a BS in Economics from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, where he also rowed on the men's varsity lightweight crew. Scott Myslinski is the host of the popular Carnivore Cast podcast. He is a carnivore advocate and influencer. He is also an athlete and bodybuilder enthusiast.We discuss the following:Scott's carnivore diet journeyGround beef and saltAdding carbohydrates backSleep improvement with carbsPodcast interviewsHealing story from his podcastWhat made him get into bodybuildingBenefits of building body massSupplements to help build body massTips from his podcast interviewsWhere to find Scott Myslinski_____RESOURCESWebsite: https://www.carnivorecast.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CarnivoreCast/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/carnivorecast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CarnivoreCast YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmOcJlax3XZCZ6pp94dYTCQ Podcast: https://www.carnivorecast.com/podcast Carnivore Cast – Judy Cho: https://www.carnivorecast.com/podcast/judy Carnivore Cast - Carnivore75Hard: https://www.carnivorecast.com/podcast/carnivore75hard Carnivore Cast - The Carnivore Cure: https://www.carnivorecast.com/podcast/carnivorecure____CHECK OUT MY BOOK, Carnivore CureSIGN UP FOR MY WEEKLY NEWSLETTER_____ ADDITIONAL RESOURCESNutrition with Judy ArticlesNutrition with Judy ResourcesCutting Against the Grain Podcast_____ FIND ME
This week we'll talk about another gene SNP picture that is called MAO-A Fast. Having a fast MAO-A means you break down neurotransmitters faster than average, and since this gene SNP breaks down Serotonin, Melatonin, Norepinephrine, and Epinephrine you can imagine it leads to quite a lot of self-medication, and the easiest way to self-medicate is with Carbs. So we'll talk about: What is happening when you reach for the sugary and starchy carbs How to get off of the carbohydrate rollercoaster What diet is best for you Other things you can do to support healthier neurotransmitter levels. For the complete show notes, click here. To sign up for the Beta group of MTHFR For Life click here. For Genetic Rockstars, click here. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tohealthwiththat/message
If you are interested in supporting us and want to pick up any of our books, products or coaching click this link: https://linktr.ee/abfitnesscenter About me: My name is Anthony Bevilacqua from AB Fitness Center and on this channel I show you how to hit your fitness goals by using Flexible dieting and myfitnesspal. I also teach you how to keep weight off by counting macros. Flexible dieting is the best way to help you on your weight loss journey. As a nutrition fitness professional we use the flexible diet to not only show you how to look good naked but also help you to build strength using powerbuilding. Building strength this way with help you to build a classic physique. As an Online coach these nutrition tips and nutrition guidelines will help you to keep weight off and add lean bulk. IIFYM can help you with strength training. I will show you how to stay motivated to lose weight with IIFYM weight loss. Subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/abfitnesstrainer?sub_confirmation=1 Be Sure to follow me on INSTAGRAM @abfitness Disclaimer: The information on this Channel and the resources available are for educational and informational purposes only.
Pivot Cycles' and DT Swiss' Hannah Otto joins us to discuss her learnings from her recent UCI XC MTB wins in Montana and Alberta, as well as discussions on substrate utilization at different intensities, what research says about the effectiveness of spinning between intervals, her tips for muddy riding conditions, and much more in Episode 369 of the Ask a Cycling Coach Podcast! TOPICS COVERED IN THIS EPISODE (7:08) Substrate utilization at different intensities (46:46) Hannah Otto's feed zone tips (1:24:32) Hannah's tips for riding in muddy conditions RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE https://trainerroad.cc/3A35iU2 TRY TRAINERROAD RISK FREE FOR 30 DAYS! TrainerRoad is the #1 cycling training app. No other cycling app is more effective. Over 13,000 positive reviews, a 4.9 star App Store rating. Adaptive Training from TrainerRoad uses machine learning and science-based coaching principles to continually assess your performance and intelligently adjust your training plan. It trains you as an individual and makes you a faster cyclist. Learn more about TrainerRoad: https://trainerroad.cc/3LBb5Ur Learn more about Adaptive Training: https://trainerroad.cc/35Tqtea ABOUT THE ASK A CYCLING COACH PODCAST Ask a Cycling Coach podcast is a cycling and triathlon training podcast. Each week USAC/USAT Level I certified coach Chad Timmerman, pro athletes, and other special guests answer your cycling and triathlon questions. Have a question for the podcast? Ask here: https://trainerroad.cc/3HTFXNi MORE PODCASTS FROM TRAINERROAD Listen to the Successful Athletes Podcast: https://trainerroad.cc/3JmKrN5 Listen to the Science of Getting Faster Podcast: https://trainerroad.cc/3LpuIhP STAY IN TOUCH Training Blog: https://trainerroad.cc/3gCdNdN TrainerRoad Forum: https://trainerroad.cc/3uHvLnE Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/trainerroad/ Strava Club: https://www.strava.com/clubs/trainerroad Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TrainerRd Twitter: https://twitter.com/TrainerRoad
Every day we hear about a new fad diet, but are they really benefiting us? Learn more about intuitive eating from Melissa Bistricer, MS, RDN. Take advantage of an exclusive podcast offer today by visiting http://www.invitehealth.com/podcast. For more information on the products or studies mentioned in this episode, as well as a complete transcript of the audio, click here.
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Today's show begins with a recap of results from the men's division of the IPF world championships and USAPL Mega-Nationals. After that, Eric revisits the topic of beta-ecdysterone and turkesterone supplementation in light of some controversy within the supplement industry. Next, Greg discusses the newest Stronger By Science article by Cameron Gill, which explores the most commonly neglected movements and muscles. That's followed by a Coach's Corner segment in which Eric discusses carbohydrate overfeeding in the context of bulking diets, and directly compares it to fat overfeeding. Finally, Greg discusses an unfortunate example of “science by press release” related to running's effects on aortic stiffness, and Eric closes out the show by recommending some music to lift to. SUPPORT THE PODCASTReceive our Research Spotlight newsletter, and check out our Facebook group and subreddit.MacroFactorIf you want to learn more about our MacroFactor diet app, check it out here.To join in on the MacroFactor conversation, check out our Facebook group and subreddit.MASS Research ReviewSubscribe to the MASS Research Review to get concise and applicable breakdowns of the latest strength, physique, and nutrition research – delivered monthly.Bulk SupplementsFinally, next time you stock up on supplements from BulkSupplements.com, be sure to use the promo code “SBSPOD” (all caps) to get 5% off your entire order. TIME STAMPSIntro/Announcements (0:00)Road to the Stage / Road to Athens (1:22)Feats of Strength (3:53)World Open Classic Powerlifting Championships scoresheetsUSAPL Mega Nationals resultsRevisiting turkesterone and phytoecdysteroids (10:37)Lab Testing Results Of Turkesterone, Beta EcdysteroneEcdysteroids as non-conventional anabolic agent: performance enhancement by ecdysterone supplementation in humansSBS Podcast Episode 8: Drug Testing, New Supplement Research, Squat Science, and Dr. Eric HelmsTurkesterone Explained: What's All The Hype About? by Jeff NippardTurkesterone Talk with Dr. Eric Trexler and Jeff NippardSBS Article Discussion: The Most Commonly Neglected Movements and Muscles (and Exercises to Address Weak Links) (28:27)The Most Commonly Neglected Movements And Muscles (And Exercises To Address Weak Links)Coach's Corner: Carbohydrate overfeeding and bulking macros (37:31)De novo lipogenesis during controlled overfeeding with sucrose or glucose in lean and obese womenEffect of carbohydrate overfeeding on whole body and adipose tissue metabolism in humansGlycogen storage capacity and de novo lipogenesis during massive carbohydrate overfeeding in manIf You Go "High Carb", You Better Go Really High! Seven Meals/Day, More than 800g of Carbs, Less Than 50g of Fat & 1000kcal Over Maintenance and Still "Lean Gains"!Research Review: Does running increase aortic stiffness in men? (1:00:15)Endurance exercise may affect body's largest artery differently in men and womenFrom runner's face to dodgy knees: Why running helps keep women young, but ages menIs running associated with a lower risk of all-cause, cardiovascular and cancer mortality, and is the more the better? A systematic review and meta-analysisReduction in incident stroke risk with vigorous physical activity: evidence from 7.7-year follow-up of the national runners' health studyRunning to Lower Resting Blood Pressure: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysisTo Play Us Out: Music recommendations for lifting (Tool and Mastodon) (1:13:09)
Nick talks to physiologist and neuroscientist Dr. Dominic D'Agostino about human metabolism & nutrition; fats, carbohydrates, sugar, and protein; ketogenic diet, ketosis, BHB supplementation; inflammation and polyunsaturated fats; personal health and metabolism monitoring; and general questions related to the quality of the nutritional information we receive from our institutions.USEFUL LINKSSign up for the weekly Mind & Matter newsletter[https://mindandmatter.substack.com/?sort=top]Follow Nick's work through Linktree:[https://linktr.ee/trikomes]DoubleBlind Magazine, a leading source of news, information, and education about psychedelics. Use code MINDMATTER for 20% site-wide.[https://www.doubleblindmag.com/mindmatter]Athletic Greens, comprehensive daily nutrition (Free 1-year supply Vitamin D w/ purchase)[https://www.athleticgreens.com/mindandmatter]Organize your digital highlights & notes w/ Readwise (2 months free w/ sub)[https://readwise.io/nickjikomes/]Support the show
Today's ep is another episode. This time back to episode 2 of the show, We dive into some basic nutrition of facts about carbs. We were joined by the always awesome Eric Helms!Original show notes:Our second episode is a look at a second macronutrient: carbohydrates.After a quick discussion about the fact that we're probably both HSP (Highly Sensitive People), we talk about some of our goals for the show and ways that you can get involved.We run down some of our basic “knowledge” about carbs, but were left with a few questions:Are some sugars better than others?If all sugars end with “-ose?”Do you sound like a douche if you use the term CHO?Then, we bring in Eric Helms, PhD. to help us get our facts straight. Before it's over, he also warns of the dangers of “PubMed Ninjas.”Eric has a BS in fitness and wellness, an MS in exercise science, a second masters in sports nutrition, a PhD in strength and conditioning, and is a research fellow for AUT at the Sports Performance Research Institute New Zealand.Our ideas about the question start around 12:47.Eric runs down the facts starting at around 24:27. Huge thanks to Eric for being our expert. You can find him at 3DMuscleJourney.com, muscleandstrengthpyramids.com, and on Instagram: @helms3dmjHave a question for us? Hit us up on social media and use the hashtag #onegoodquestion. If your question is picked, you'll get something special from us!Join our Discord for free! https://discord.com/invite/XVvJ5eNzdqCheck out our gym (Third Street Barbell) at ThirdStreetBarbell.com and subscribe for updates about our apparel line at 3sb.co! Local memberships and international fresh fits! Get early access to our NEXT DROP!Check out our brand new podcast website: 50percentfacts.com50% Facts is a Spreaker Prime podcast on OCN – the Obscure Celebrity Network.____Hosted by Mike Farr (@silentmikke) and Jim McDonald (@thejimmcd).Produced by Jim McDonaldProduction assistance by Sam McDonald.Theme by Aaron Moore.Branding by Joseph Manzo (@jmanzo523)
Right before our third child was born, I had this random idea to convert the lowest drawer in our fridge to a “snack drawer.” This way, whether it be my parents helping with my older kids over snack time (while I was newly with the baby) or needing to reach for something satisfying myself, we had a kid-friendly snack drawer stocked with nourishing options at any given time. Since sharing about this on Instagram, I have gotten several questions about this drawer, how it is used (or could be abused!), and more on the logistics about keeping the food fresh. That's why in this episode, I am going to help you to create a kid-friendly snack drawer of your own. I will walk you through where this ought to be in your specific fridge, several healthy snack options to put in it, and how to ease your family into using it. After the episode, you will know just how to set your kids and family up with healthy snack habits that don't have them heading straight for the pantry any time you hear those words, "Mom, I'm hungry!"
Join the Kangaroo Chasers, Mike Wood, Mary K and Carbs, as they preview the most exciting week of international rugby league in years! Chasing Kangroos is brought to you by chasingroos.com - the #1 online shop for international rugby league fans.
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Welcome to another episode of Lucky View Podcast. This week Carbs its out but the show must continue. The guys get into talking about fathers day. Mahdi and Era discuss the NBA final and predictions for next season. Heated talk about Drakes new album and how it influences the Dance music spectrum. How long do you have to cut off side things once you're in a relationship. Family talk and how as we get old we appreciate the little things. Tune in for more.... Subscribe to our Youtube Channel https://www.youtube.com/luckyviewpodcast Follow us on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/luckyviewpodcast Twitter https://www.twitter.com/luckyviewpod Era https://www.instagram.com/iamnewera_ Papijohnson https://www.instagram.com/papijohnson Carbs https://www.instagram.comstevenc___ Mahdi https://www.instagram.com/theredpilldealer Just Believe Entertainment https://www.instagram.com/justbelieveent
Carbs is joined by Mike Castle, Pathways Project Manager for the NRL and Head Coach of the World Cup bound Canada Ravens.
Episode 2127 - On this Saturday's show, Vinnie Tortorich speaks with Leona Jaeger and they discuss eating high carbs, limiting dairy, various ways to workout, and more. https://vinnietortorich.com/2022/06/eating-high-carbs-ways-to-workout-epsidoe-2127 PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS EATING HIGH CARBS & LIMITING DAIRY Vinnie welcomes Leona to both the show and the podcast team; then Vinnie asks her to share some of her history and how she discovered him and NSNG®. (2:20) Leona tells Vinnie that she heard him on The Adam & Dr. Drew podcast (in 2015) and mentions a little more of her history. (3:40) She was frustrated about the years of conflicting information about eating high carbs and burning body fat; as a result, when she heard Vinnie explain things so clearly, NSNG® and a low-carb lifestyle just made sense. (7:32) Vinnie explains how even his Italian ancestors warned him that pasta and bread could make you fat. (8:52) Vinnie explains where the myth of needing high carbs took hold. (10:12) Vinnie mentions that the Adam & Dr. Drew episode that Vinnie was on remains one of their show's more famous episodes; it's the reason he has since been on their shows around 90 times so far. (12:15) Leona continues with a little more history of her approach to dairy and success with NSNG®. (12:56) Vinnie talks about what he recommends about dairy and why. (16:45) VARIOUS WAYS TO WORKOUT The conversation then transitions to strength, and Vinnie coaches Leona with several exercises to improve grip strength. (18:28) Leona asks Vinnie for advice about struggling with what she calls "the workout mentality"--that workouts have to be a certain way in order to be effective, which contributes to her lack of consistency. (31:33) Vinnie describes various ways to work out that can help and what he likes to do for himself. (35:29) Vinnie reminds us that it doesn't have to be as difficult as we tend to make it; he then shares his thoughts about breaking up workouts into smaller segments and whether that can be effective. (41:10) TENACITY & "WHY NOT?" Vinnie explains he doesn't think he is tenacious as much as he's just formed lifelong habits and his personal approach of "Why not?". (49:25) He then shares some examples of what he means by that approach, and it has helped him out in life. (50:50) PURCHASE BEYOND IMPOSSIBLE The documentary launched on January 11! Order it TODAY! This is Vinnie's third documentary in just over three years. Get it now on Apple TV (iTunes) and/or Amazon Video! Link to the film on Apple TV (iTunes): Share this link with friends, too! Link to the film on Amazon Video: It's also now available on Amazon (the USA only for now)! Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter! FAT: A DOCUMENTARY 2 (2021) Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: Then, please share my fact-based, health-focused documentary series with your friends and family. The more views, the better it ranks, so please watch it again with a new friend! REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter! FAT: A DOCUMENTARY (2019) Visit my new Documentaries HQ to find my films everywhere: Then, please share my fact-based, health-focused documentary series with your friends and family. The more views, the better it ranks, so please watch it again with a new friend! REVIEWS: Please submit your REVIEW after you watch my films. Your positive REVIEW does matter!
In this episode you will hear from Drs. Holly and Kyle Loveless on how to raise a healthy family. Dr. Kyle and Holly have three children (5 yrs, 2yrs and a newborn). They have been teaching their patients for years how to avoid most of the child health issues we see in America today. In this series they will walk you through the steps they have taken to raise their 3 healthy children.The future podcast will also be on our YouTube channel. (LovelessHealthSolutions)Dr. Kyle mentioned the new "Understanding Inflammation" E-book available on their website for free. Simply go to www.queencityhealthcenter.com and scrolled down to the free ebook. Click and enjoy. Thank you so much for listening.YOUTUBE:Loveless Health SolutionsINSTAGRAM:www.instagram.com/queencityhealthcenterwww.instagram.com/drhollylovelesswww.instagram.com/dr.kylelovelessFACEBOOK:www.facebook.com/queencityhealthcenterhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/36316...PODCAST:https://www.buzzsprout.com/994888For more information, please visit queencityhealthcenter.comFor personal questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Charlotte, NC (980) 422-2000Matthews, NC (704) 844-6368
Let's talk the ins-and-outs of CARBS! Why it's important - the best sources - tracking - and more with owner of Fearlessly Authentic - Chas Snowden! === THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: Granite Garage Floors of Chattanooga: https://granitegaragefloors.com/location/chattanooga Vascular Institute of Chattanooga: https://www.vascularinstituteofchattanooga.com/ MedicareMisty: https://medicaremisty.com/ The Barn Nursery: https://www.barnnursery.com/ Rent-My-Equipment: https://www.rentmyequipment.com/ Tasty Donuts: https://www.thetastydonuts.com/ Tasty Scoops and Sweets: https://www.tastyscoopsandsweets.com/ Please consider supporting the podast by becoming a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/duringthebreakpodcast This podcast is powered by ZenCast.fm
Carbs is back with some take aways from a beer and pizza catch up with Jon Dutton and Troy Grant. Plus a lot of hype for international rugby league round.
Arthur Schwartz was the restaurant critic and executive food editor of the New York Daily News for 18 years. Perhaps what he's best known for is as a chameleon—he's successfully worked in radio, print media, cookbook publishing, TV, and teaching.... Read More ›
Arthur Schwartz was the restaurant critic and executive food editor of the New York Daily News for 18 years. Perhaps what he's best known for is as a chameleon—he's successfully worked in radio, print media, cookbook publishing, TV, and teaching. Today Arthur talks about: Carbs Are Calming
In this special episode of the Low Carb Hustle Podcast, Nate talks about a common question he's been getting recently, and how he was able to transition back from being fat adapted on keto to eating more carbs without gaining weight or fat back. Try these three simple steps and see how you feel!
Ask Dr. Neal your question about health, nutrition, diet, fitness, and more here: http://OLDPodcast.com/ask or call: 614-568-3643 Episode 1756: Q&A - Loading Up on Carbs Before and After a Workout vs. Working Out in a Fasted State Indeed, the number one source of hires in the U.S., delivers 1.5x more hires than even internal referrals, according to TalentNest. Get started now with a $75 sponsored job credit to upgrade your job post at Indeed.com/HEALTH. Offer good for a limited time. Plus earn up to $500 extra in sponsored job credits with Indeed's Virtual Interviews Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalHealthDailyDietNutritionFitness Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
To learn more about The Flex Fam Membership, visit https://theflexfam.com/ Join Rachel's weekly newsletter: https://www.metflexlife.com/newsletter In this episode, Rachel discusses how to get into a state of ketosis by reducing carbohydrate intake. Rachel Gregory is a Board-Certified Nutritionist, Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Podcaster, and founder of MetFlex Life. She is also the author of the international best-selling book, "21-Day Ketogenic Diet Weight Loss Challenge." Rachel received her Master's Degree in Nutrition & Exercise Physiology from James Madison University and Bachelor's Degree in Sports Medicine from the University of Miami. Rachel completed the first-ever human clinical trial looking at the effects of the Ketogenic Diet in non-elite CrossFit athletes, which is published in the International Journal of Sports and Exercise Medicine. Currently, in her day-to-day coaching business, Rachel guides her clients to becoming the best, most confident version of themselves. She has a passion for educating those dedicated to optimizing their physical and mental well-being while improving long-term health and fitness goals. Her most popular course, Keto for Women, has helped women all across the world learn how to ditch the restrictive, all-or-nothing mindset associated with keto and instead thrive through the power of metabolic flexibility. You can connect and learn more about Rachel's work by visiting her website www.metflexlife.com Social Links: Youtube: @rachelgregory Instagram: @rachelgregory.cns TikTok: @metflexlife Facebook: @metflexlife Primary Programs: Keto For Women Muscle Science For Women
Today, I am blessed to have here with me Amanda Nighbert. She is a registered dietitian specializing in weight loss nutrition, a fitness enthusiast, and a working mom of two. This is a repeat episode from September 2021. Amanda is passionate about motivating, supporting, and educating people to meet their wellness goals. She has worked in weight loss for the past 19 years, helping thousands of people reach their wellness goals. Amanda is so excited to have the opportunity to work with even more people via her online programs. She is an avid reader and feels that the science behind weight loss, diet, and nutrition is constantly changing. This rapid change can create confusion and frustration with the average person trying to be successful at weight loss. Amanda's goal is to bring the latest, cutting-edge strategies and techniques to her clients in the most concise and educational manner. Amanda is a strong believer that dieting is temporary, something you start and stop. Therefore it is more important to focus on lifestyle changes to see long-term weight loss success truly. Amanda's goal is to teach her clients simple yet effective lifestyle changes they can make and easily sustain to see lasting results. Success does not have to be about perfection but rather more consistency. She believes in implementing strategies that work in the real world, with real people who lead real, hectic, and often crazy lives. First, Amanda speaks about why eating a fat-free diet doesn't work and how following that trend almost landed her on statins. Then, Amanda dives into the number one reason why dieters will always fail. We also talk about why intermittent fasting is excellent for weight loss. Eating before bedtime can be ruining your progress; so, Amanda gives tips on how to curb your late-night eating habits. Tune in as we chat about the importance of metabolic flexibility and why you're not losing weight from the advice of your registered dietician. Order Keto Flex: http://www.ketoflexbook.com Register your spot to my upcoming FREE webinar: http://www.ketosismasterclass.com -------------------------------------------------------- / / E P I S O D E S P ON S O R S PureForm Omega Plant Based Oils (Best Alternative to Fish Oil): http://www.purelifescience.com Use ben4 for $4.00 off. Text me the words "Podcast" +1 (786) 364-5002 to be added to my contacts list. [00:30] Low-Fat Diets: Why Eating A Fat-Free Diet Doesn't Work As a registered dietitian, Amanda was living and breathing the “heart-healthy diet.” Amanda thought she was doing everything right. She ate low-fat, whole grains, and no eggs. Her weight was healthy. Yet, her cholesterol was over 300. The doctor prescribed Amanda statins at the age of 32. Instead, Amanda wanted to try and fix the problem on her own. So Amanda read the book The Great Cholesterol Myth: Why Lowering Your Cholesterol Won't Prevent Heart Disease-and the Statin-Free Plan That Will. You can find a copy here: https://www.amazon.com/Great-Cholesterol-Myth-Disease-Statin-Free/dp/1592335217/benazadi-20 She realized that reducing inflammation would improve her numbers. After six months, she got her numbers under 200. [07:35] The Number One Reason Why Dieters Fail The number one reason why people fail is the all-or-nothing mindset. We feel like we have to be perfect to make progress. How to break your all-or-nothing mindset: Practice progress over perfection. Learn the power of resetting immediately. Always do something. When someone can't do it all, then they choose to do nothing. Instead of trying to do it all, pick one thing to focus on for the week to come. [14:00] Intermittent Fasting and Why Amanda Loves It For Weight Loss Breakfast is not actually the most important meal of the day. It took Amanda ten years of being a dietitian to realize that. There are actual physiological processes in the body that help us thrive in a fasted state. It's effortless to be an intuitive eater. Time-restricted eating is not a diet. It's not about what you eat. Instead, it's all about when you eat. Amanda loves intermittent fasting because it's flexible. You don't have to fast every single day. Lastly, fasting is free, and it doesn't cost you any money! [18:00] Fasting Before Bed: Tips To Stop Your Late Night Eating Habits Drink herbal tea in the evening. Non-caloric beverages are also okay to drink before bed. You can also adjust your eating window. If you prefer to eat more in the evening, then eat less in the morning. Start with a 12 hour fast, then ease your way into a 16 hour fast. [20:20] We Eat Way Too Much! Eat Until You're Full and Lose Weight For some reason, people want to graze all day long. The reason you are eating all day long is that you're not eating to fullness. You can eat 700 calories during one meal and still lose weight. People are scared of calories, fats, and carbs. At mealtimes, we are significantly undereating, which leads to more snacking. Sadly, people are eating every hour and a half. Finding six healthy things to eat throughout the day is impossible. Usually, the first three things you eat are healthy; then, the last three are not. Instead, we need to eat solid meals and stop snacking. [24:30] Metabolic Inflexibility Is A Key Risk Factor For Covid-19 During Covid, the conversation should be focused on metabolic health. If we had true metabolic health, Covid wouldn't be such an issue. 88% of Americans are metabolically inflexible and unhealthy. We should get outside and get vitamin D. Also, Americans need quality protein, healthy fats, and to go outside and walk. Everyone's health has deteriorated significantly. We are now way more prone to any type of disease and virus. [28:00] Why You're Not Losing Weight From Your Registered Dietician You're not losing weight because you are sitting all day long. Sitting is the new smoking! Taking a walk after a meal will result in lower blood sugar. That's the power of activity. When we eat and lay around, our blood sugar response will be much greater. Another reason you aren't losing weight is that you are focusing on calories instead of macros. Losing weight is all about blood sugar regulation. Carbs digest rapidly, so they leave you wanting more. [40:20] Should You Avoid Carbohydrates For The Rest of Your Life? The only right way to keto is to cycle. It's not healthy to be in ketosis forever. If you're fat-adapted, you will be able to curb your cravings. Plus, you'll be able to eat carbs and still feel fine. People need to have an understanding of what a good carb level is for them. [44:20] Do You Need Electrolyte Supplementation On A Keto Diet? Electrolytes are your missing link. There's a huge power of sodium, potassium, and magnesium. Without adequate hydration, you can't metabolize fat. Thirst and hunger are similar signals. If you don't have enough sodium, potassium, and magnesium, you will feel weak and hangry. AND MUCH MORE! 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Written by Jenn Hand, Holistic Nutritionist, Board Certified Health Coach, NBC-HWC If you've been in the diet world for any length of time, you know how frustrating the weight battle can be. But what if we're believing the wrong things about weight loss? After helping hundreds of women overcome late night bingeing and finding their normal, I know a thing or two about what works, what doesn't and what keeps us stuck! This blog is going to debunk the 7 biggest myths of weight loss and show you where to focus instead. I recently received an email from a blog reader who said: “Is it normal that this journey is mind numbingly frustrating at times? I feel like I've made great strides in the areas of “normal” eating. I've let go of dieting overall (although I do still overeat at times). But my weight hasn't budged. What is the big secret to losing weight?! How can I view this part of the journey in a different way? It can be incredibly frustrating when you've been desperately trying to find your “normal” around food but feel like you're not making any progress in the weight realm. There are so many “old tapes” we cling to and myths about diet and exercise that can keep us stuck. We're exploring all of this and more in today's blog! Topics in This Article: So What Are the 7 Biggest Myths of Weight Loss? The True Key To Weight Loss Three Areas to Focus On Instead of Weight How I Found My Happy Weight (Personal Story) What's Next? So What Are The 7 Biggest Myths of Weight Loss? If you google “how to lose weight”, approximately 4 million different articles come up. Most of the advice is fad diets, unsustainable food programs and advice that doesn't consider our preferences, lifestyles and complicated relationship to food. Since we are not robots (It's not as simple as drink kale smoothies + run 5 miles = weight loss), our relationship to weight is complicated. Here are the top weight loss myths debunked: Myth #1: Losing weight is a linear process I wish this one was true! I can't tell you how many times I yearned for this process to be linear and straightforward. The reality is, underneath our food and weight struggles is a lot of other stuff! (I.E. we don't trust ourselves around food, we feel out of control, we loath our bodies which impacts food choices, we try to be “good” all the time, we feel guilt over good vs bad foods, we don't know how to stop bingeing, etc) If you're feeling like this process is a few steps forward, a step back, a detour to the side, a missed step, and then questioning any progress at all? That's normal. You ARE making progress. It's just not linear. Sometimes seeds are planted and sprout down the road. Other times we need to hear something multiple times before it clicks. The beliefs that become ingrained in our minds from the diet world take some time to “unlearn” as we are strengthening the habits and beliefs that better serve us. (Read my "How Long It Took Me to Be a Normal Eater" here! I tell you the exact details of my diet journey.) Myth #2: Carbs make you put on weight Carbs get a bad rep when we're dieting. I work with so many women on breaking the “carbs are bad” food rule (that was one of my most stringent rules I tried to adhere too when I was trying to control my food!) Almost all of us have the “carbs make you gain weight” belief in our minds. But remember that vegetables, fruits, beans, peas…are all considered carbohydrates! I'm a firm believer in all foods have their place. That doesn't mean you just eat noodles and bread every meal, but it means that working to find a balanced approach where you can enjoy a piece of pizza IS a part of the larger strategy in finding a comfortable weight. No food is good or bad; it's about finding what works and nourishes YOUR body instead of adhering to some prescribed plan. (And that usually includes finding a more balanced relationship to carbs! More on carbs here!) Myth #3: Restricting is the best way to lose weight So many of us have experienced “success” with this formula: Eat less + restrict sugar/carbs = weight loss. When we're working to find a more peaceful relationship around food, we cling to this old notion. We think we'll NEVER find a comfortable weight if we eat normally. But sustainability is the name of the game. Restriction, in any form, leads to frustration, crankiness, and inevitably going off whatever “plan” we were trying to follow. (Followed by feelings of failures, guilt and blaming ourselves). The best way to restore our bodies weight equilibrium is NOT to restrict! (**Thanks a lot, diet world, for messing with our heads on this one!) Myth #4: Food that tastes good is always bad for you Have you ever bitten into a fresh garden grown tomato? Eaten watermelon on a hot summer day? Tasted simmering homemade spaghetti sauce hot off the stove? There are incredible whole foods that taste delicious and satisfying. In fact, I posted a poll in the Normal Eaters Club a few years ago and asked: If you could eat ANYTHING for your favorite meal, what would it be? The answers were not donuts, cake, cookies, and brownies. They were “my mom's homemade spaghetti”, “my grandma's roast chicken with potatoes”, “a meal from a restaurant I went to in Italy”, and “a Greek dish with cheese and dairy (that I've always told myself I couldn't have) that's been in my family for years”, among others. There are tons of foods out there that taste good AND are satisfying and nutritious. Sometimes it just takes a little bit of experimentation! Myth #5: If you want to lose weight, go on a diet The reality is that diets rarely result in long-term weight loss. Have you ever wondered why we keep going back, again and again, to diets? Because if we go on something, we inevitably go off, and so we keep searching for the next “solution” that'll be the one to last. But none of them DO last. (*A UCLA study found that almost 2/3 of people who dieted gained MORE weight back than they initially lost.) Diets are too hard to maintain. They are usually restrictive, signal to our bodies that we need to “keep fuel” instead of “burn fuel” and miss out on giving us all of the nutrients we need to thrive. Plus, diets make us feel like a failure and we usually get even more frustrated and disillusioned than before! A more balanced, sustainable approach truly is what works for the long haul. Myth #6: Eat less, move more This one might be controversial, especially because most of our “success” around weight has been when we've eaten less and moved more. But hear me out… When we eat less, we can move our bodies into “conservation mode”. This means that our bodies hold onto fuel instead of burning it, in fear it needs to conserve energy for the future. In addition to that, our relationship to food is complicated! Imagine a doctor telling someone who is overweight battling diabetes to just “eat less, move more”. If it were that simple, millions of people wouldn't battle their weight. Food is emotional, mental and even spiritual. So much of our relationship to weight is healing the deeper beliefs, emotions, and habits that keep us stuck if we want the change to last. Myth #7: All calories are equal Counting calories might seem like a great strategy for weight loss. But I could eat 1600 calories of Oreos, bread, steak and donuts or I could eat 1600 calories of vegetables, whole grains and lean proteins. When we fixate just on calories, it misses the bigger picture of nutrition and health. Calorie counting gives us the illusion of control. It gives us a security that we can control what we eat. The reality is, like another other form of trying to control our food, it usually backfires. We go on and off the counting. We rebel at the end of the week and binge on the weekends. Instead of focusing on calories, it can be helpful to focus on balance (see below for more tips on where to focus!) If you prefer to listen to the podcast, check it out here: Here Is the True Key To Weight Loss So what is the biggest factor in weight loss? The most mind numbingly annoying secret to weight loss... … is that it's actually NOT as simple as the diet world makes it out to be. Here is the short list of things that impact weight loss: Genetics Metabolism Hormonal imbalances Stress Seasons Thyroid/Adrenal Glands Gut health Sleep Food sensitivities/allergies And that's just the start! When we're sold this idea that it's OUR fault if we can't lose weight, it only perpetuates the feeling of blame and shame if we struggle. One of my favorite blog posts I've ever written is “The Secret to Lasting Weight Loss” (read it here). There is this deeper component to weight that's missing in the diet world. The real key to weight loss is that depth. Exploring emotions and mindset. Redefining food rules that don't serve us. Discovering what nourishes and satisfies us. Understanding our innate sense of worth (which can reflect out in how we eat). Learning the art of feeling emotions without turning to food. None of this is addressed in the diet world (which is why our “results” don't last!) So where do you start to begin to shift out of the “old” way of viewing weight? Bonus Tips: 3 Areas to Focus on Instead of Weight If many of our weight beliefs and myths of weight loss aren't true, where should we focus instead? Here are three areas to explore: Aim for health over weight When we fixate on weight, we often miss the big picture of overall health. We want to spot reduce, get rid of our flabby bellies or thighs, and get down to a smaller size. What would it look like to focus on health instead? Explore what types of foods would feel nourishing and nutritious. Play around with different ways that you can move your body. Find new recipes to try. Restoring our bodies to their comfortable weight doesn't involve hating ourselves into change. Lasting shifts come from kindness, curiosity, and compassion in learning to let go of habits that don't serve us and replace them with ones that do. Here are some reflections to get you started: What would feel like a nutritious meal? What does it mean to be healthy? How does my body want to move? Where can I bring in more balance around food? How does it feel to explore health over weight? What is one healthy habit you want to play with? Look at the emotional & mental side of food When I used to desperately try to “stop” the diet/binge cycle, I neglected a huge piece of the puzzle: my emotions and mindset. I ate when I was stressed, bored, had anxiety or felt angst. But I also ate because emotionally, I didn't know how to deal with life. Mentally, I was insanely critical of myself and hated my body (which would always cause me to overeat). Our thoughts and emotions play a critical role in how we eat. This is a big missing piece of any diet; it doesn't look more deeply into WHY we do what we do around food. Explore where your emotions and mindset play into how you're eating. This can be very eye-opening and insightful! Because when we get to the root of why we do something, we can address the real cause of the problem. Work on one habit a day Often when we have a lot of things we want to change, it becomes overwhelming, and we shut down (and then don't change anything)! What can you focus on today or this week? Bring yourself back to just ONE thing you can change. It could be physical, mental, or emotional. This process is small daily habits that build up to big changes over time. (The opposite of what we learn in the diet world…we do XYZ to “get” a result. This path is learning how to create small shifts over time vs getting to the “end” for a result). Here are a few ideas to experiment with: Meal plan dinners for this week Moving your body for 10-15 minutes a day Eating a vegetable with dinner Trying one new fruit or vegetable 3x this week Packing your lunch for work Monday-Friday Say one nice thing to yourself in the mirror every morning The path to weight loss is all about letting go of the myths we believed, exploring more deeply our emotions and mental tapes and redefining our areas of focus! How I Found My Own Happy Weight I always hesitate to share my own "weight" story, as I think for some people, it can detract from the overarching goal: finding food freedom and being "normal". But I've had many women ask about my own weight journey and here are some of the things that helped me arrive at my body's comfortable weight: Putting Weight Second I always had this desperate battle between wanting to lose weight but also wanting to stop dieting/bingeing. When the desire to stop bingeing/dieting moved into the "top priority", it helped me heal what needed to heal. That doesn't mean I didn't want to lose weight. It just meant that I was determined to learn how to stop bingeing, trust my body, figure out how to eat "normally", look at my emotions, explore body image, and do the hard inner work it takes to shift habits at a deeper level. Learning What My Body Needed I've gone through a thousand different phases of how I eat over the years to learn more and more what works for my own body. This is important because we are not designed to just "follow" a plan. We need to learn what works for OUR OWN bodies! Each of us is different. Some people do better with more or less animal protein. Others can handle higher carbs (others lower). Some people need to eat more often than others. I've gone vegetarian, explored more vs less animal protein consumption, experimented with higher and lower amounts of carbs, eaten less dairy to see how it would impact my skin, played with amount of fat and fiber for satiation, and have learned to keep tuning in to see what my body is needing and wanting. This has helped settle my weight over the long haul. Hormonal Balancing I've seen natural health practitioners and used many holistic health remedies over the years. My belief is that often times our out of balance weight may be a reflection of an internal imbalance. So when I've had weight stuckpoints, I've turned to the natural health world to calm my adrenals (hormonal balancing) and to help my body come back into balance. (*This is my belief, so may not resonate with everyone!) What's Next? More Resources For You There are a bunch of different resources for you to explore different aspects of weight in more depth: Can You Lose Weight without Dieting? Food Freedom Bundle How to Be a Normal Eater Book 3 Best Tools to End Emotional Eating (And the Quiz) "I Gained Weight and Feel Like a Failure" Work with Me I've been helping women like you become normal eaters since 2015. I've worked with hundreds of women, helping them to balance their bodies, let go of the scale, stop obsessing over food, and start feeling amazing again! As an accredited health coach with a background in nutrition, I know how to support you into making real positive change that lasts. If you're ready to finally see a lasting change and experience true freedom, you can schedule a free introductory call with me. Click here to schedule a free 15-minute introductory call to see how I can help you become a normal eater!
It's time for another show with Jay Feldman, host of the Energy Balance podcast. We had to keep recording because these insights are pretty mind blowing, and pose a challenge to a lot of the conventional stories in the ancestral health scene, which can be a little disturbing/disruptive, but that's what is so great about being open to new ideas and thinking critically. I think we do a great job on this show trying to reconcile some of these opposing views—one of the things we get into early on is this concept of hormesis, or hormetic stressors, which are intended to provide a net health benefit by putting the body under assorted forms of stress, like jumping into cold water and getting all these wonderful cognitive, immune, antiinflammatory benefits. Again, it goes back to this concept that we are turning on stress hormones when we do all manner of metabolic stress—such as restrictive diets, pushing our bodies through workouts, etc. What Jay wants to advance is this compelling idea that we want to get the maximum benefits to the human organism with the minimum amount of stress, and for us to not forget the idea that stress is cumulative over our lifetime. We joke about how “what doesn't kill you makes you stronger” but that isn't necessarily true, because what doesn't kill you, can wear you down over time, and that's one of the reasons why the dudes running around with a six pack in their 20s and ordering pizza and ramen and doin whatever, ten years later, there is no more six pack, and it's not because their diet changed dramatically, it's because they got away with stuff and then the cumulative effects of stress hit. The same concept applies to anyone walking around with a hip/knee/etc replacement—obviously what didn't kill you caused you to have a replacement joint, so we want to get into this realm of optimizing our cellular health looking at some of the questions with a critical mindset. This show covers some big picture concepts like hormetic stressors and then we have a little bit time for some rapid-fire questions, where we get more clear about the idea that fat burns clearly and glucose burns more “dirty” and sort it all out with some scientific references there that might be difficult to keep up with at times, but we'll come back and bring some takeaway insights that I think you'll understand and greatly appreciate. I'm so pleased to have Jay Feldman back on the podcast, and I think you'll love hearing this second show with him. TIMESTAMPS: Hormetic stressors are intended to provide a net health benefit by putting the body under assorted forms of stress. [01:24] The benefits of environmental stimuli are due to their specific effects rather than the stress they cause. [05:28] The concept that muscle soreness is being anything but terrible, is something we need to awaken to. [10:22] We have a compelling reason to reawaken our human fighting spirit because modern life is so comfortable and indulgent. [13:35] You don't need to train the brain or the anaerobic system to suffer. Stress is cumulative. [15:41] Think that you have a stress bucket that gets filled during the day with personal time, work at the office, and working out. You need to look for balance. Minimize the stressful things that aren't benefiting us. [20:16] Brad is eating a big bowl of fruit in the morning and a protein smoothie instead of fasting. How does Jay explain the change that Brad has undertaken? [21:48] How are we losing less fat if we're burning fat, or we're targeting fat burning? [24:51] How do the different fuel sources burn? [26:59] When we are oxidizing, burning for fuel fat versus carbohydrates, we need to be producing more reactive oxygen species with fat in order to slow the rate of energy production. [31:44] Much of the damage that people have comes from processed foods that they have been ingesting for years. [34:59] Elevated glucose is a desperate attempt to you liver's dumping more glucose into your bloodstream. [39:29] The reason you feel bad when you eat carbs is because 1. We are not using the glucose well, 2. Experiencing the reduction of stress hormones, 3. The gut effects. [43:13] Gut health is a huge factor because there are toxic compounds that are produced by the bacteria or microbes in our gut. [48:43] How does The Energy Balance theory compare with Pontzer's theory that human daily calorie expenditure is the same whether we exercise or not? [49:55] When Jay works with a client, he usually analyzes why the person experiences energy dips. There are many reasons why this happens. 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Spyder Johnson is a Certified Personal Trainer, Nutrition for Optimal Health, BSBA East Carolina University) he strongly suggests health and fitness become priorities for everyone. He is a 1957-issued geezer who lives in Florida a world-traveled old geezer from Deep South USA. He offers a light-hearted approach to baby-boomer fitness, while focusing on the discipline and motivational aspects. Making it fun is critical. There are literally a million books that focus on exercise and nutrition. Most offer quite mundane reading. his story (book) simplifies it down to the basics - Let's Eat Right & Exercise. It's an extremely simple concept that people tend to over-complicate. It can be viewed as FUN instead of work. Just as splash his book with entertaining 12-word poems, numerous motivational/humorous drawings, and fictional stories about the bumbling womanizer Zarkoff Zucchini - people can do the same to their fitness program. Use some common sense, minimize and prioritize your life, apply some dedication and discipline, take a long-term view of the process, and get out there and do it! In this episode, Spyder reminds listeners that money isn't necessary to live a happy and healthy life. He also shares some great insights about how to have more fun in life. The speaker recommends reading humorous books and spending time with friends. She believes that more fun would be beneficial for everyone, including the elderly. He also discusses the benefits of dancing, walking, and volunteering. Spyder insists that getting off the couch and moving is the key to longevity. let's hear him! [00:01 - 08:58] Dancing is a great exercise for older adults Spyder Johnson is a certified personal trainer and author of "Let's Eat Right and Exercise: An Entertaining Senior Fitness Guide." He suggests that getting fit for seniors is a simple process that can be done with common sense and a focus on healthy eating and exercise. Spyder recommends avoiding processed foods, sugar, and salt, and emphasizes the importance of incorporating healthy fats into one's diet. Dancing is a great exercise for older adults The key to staying fit as we age is to gradually increase our activity levels, starting with small goals. For women, common sense is key when it comes to fitness; men tend to injure themselves more easily. Exercising can be done in a variety of ways, including walking, dancing, and street exercises with weights. Stretching is also important for keeping our bodies flexible and injury-free. How to Survive a 96 Year Old's Day [08:59 - 22:13] It's Not Just Doing Physical Exercises but Diet as Well! Sypder recommends eating right, exercising, and drinking water to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Avoiding the TV and getting second opinions when going to the doctor. Humor is important when dealing with difficult situations. Eliminating processed foods from one's diet can make a big difference. Carbs are not the only bad thing; protein and fat are also important. European Culture Keeps You Moving Europeans walk a lot and eat better than Americans Europeans don't watch TV all day [22:00 - 32:47] Closing Segment Terry shares about moving to a village to live more a natural lifestyle. Connect with Spyder! Links below Tweetable Quotes: “Just stay active and pick something and have fun and do it, eat naturally. Just don't, over-complicate it, it's not a difficult thing to comprehend you don't, just eat right. Use common sense, and exercise and just realize that it's a long-term thing” – Spyder Johnson “I put more emphasis on walking than anything because you learn that when you're a baby. So just get out there and start walking and moving those muscles and get yourself limbered up and then maybe eventually get into some strength exercises with some little dumbbells and really, I'm a big advocate of just staying flexible.” – Spyder Johnson Visit Spyder's Website www.SypderJohnson.com Resources Mentioned Let's Eat Right & Exercise: An Entertaining Senior Fitness Guide ----- BEE BOLD, NOT OLD. LEAVE A REVIEW and join me on my journey to become and stay a Kickass Boomer! Visit http://kickassboomers.com/ to listen to the previous episodes. Also check us out on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn. You can also connect with me by emailing email@example.com.
Welcome back to Hey Coach Radio! William Grazione and Coach Gillis Pellegrin, along with Coach Zach Ritchie are back covering more of the basics with more of your frequently asked questions. Listen as the three cover whether or not you should use Creatine Monohydrate during a fat loss phase, if weight gain is inevitable during a reverse diet, and how much protein your body can absorb in one meal. Will, Zach, and Gillis also discuss if it's true that you will gain weight as you increase your carbohydrate intake. The three also discuss if you can lose fat with cardio alone and whether or not you can spot train areas of your body with the intent of conditioning just a specific area. Get ready to have your questions answered in this episode!
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Episode 23 - Improving nutrition: MacronutrientsPlease Rate , Review, & Follow this podcast to get updates.This episode continues education on self-management of fibromyalgia and other chronic pain conditions. Food and nutrition are an essential part of your well-being. Proper nutrition is also essential if you have autoimmune diseases, like lupus or RA, or other chronic disorders.Today I will talk about step two: replace. How you can replace or add nutrients into your food plan. I am discussing macronutrients, three macros - carbohydrates, fats and protein, and why they are important for your health. WAITLIST Mindful Eating for Autoimmune conditions, chronic pain, and fibromyalgia course. (https://www.rheumcoach.com/mindfuleatingwaitlist).You can see the full transcript:https://www.buzzsprout.com/1890983/10582628Please email me at email@example.com if you try it or if you have questions. I would love to hear from you.If you are not part of my newsletter, please sign up; the link to sign up is on my website https://www.rheumcoach.com/ www.rheumcoach.com - my websitewww.rheumcoach.com/FibroCard - Download your FREE copy of the "Fibromyalgia is real" postcard to share with your family & friendswww.FaceBook/com/rheumcoach - lots more information about fibroFollow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rheumcoach/Disclaimer: This podcast provides information only and does not provide any medical or psychological services or advice. None of the content on this podcast prevents, cures, or treats any mental or medical condition.
BLOOD SUGAR MASTERY is the ultimate program to help you control your blood sugar so it stops controlling you! In this incredibly effective 8-week program, you will get all the tools to master your blood sugar so you can have more energy, better sleep, burn fat, have clear skin, a sharp mind, reduce anxiety, crush cravings, and feel amazing!Enrollment for the next round of the program is open NOW until June 4th, 2022. Spaces are limited and the program is filling up fast! Don't miss this amazing opportunity to completely transform how you feel! https://www.daniellehamiltonhealth.com/bloodsugarmastery____________________TODAY'S GUEST:My guest today is Kristin Rowell, FNTP. Kristin Rowell is a former business litigator turnedFunctional Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and lowcarb/ketogenic athlete. She is the CEO and Founder of Energetically Efficient™, which is a Functional Nutritional Therapy business transforming the health of professionals through education about real food nutrition and other lifestyle practices.As a former high-stress business litigator turned FNTP, Kristin largely serves what she calls the “old” her: high achieving, stressed-out professionals who strongly desire to prioritize their health and wellness but can't seem to get out of their own way. The clients who hire Kristin are ready for transformational change, and she works closely with them to guide them on their journey to becoming a positive, energetic, motivated, fit, high-vibrational humans.Kristin now serves on the Board of the Nutritional Therapy Association, which is where she received her degree. Kristin regularly speaks all over the country on various nutrition, wellness and other lifestyle topics.You can find Kristin at energeticallyefficient.com or on Instagram at @mngoldengirl. On today's episode we talk about:Kristin's story from a stressed out litigation lawyer to a healthy, athletic, and thriving Nutritional TherapistHow a broken leg changed the course of her lifeHer journey from high carb to low carb athleteHow much sugar should be in our blood at one timeWhy we put on body fatThe best thing you can do to be able to consume more carbs without consequenceTips to keep blood sugar stable to tap into fat burningWhich healthy foods that contain fats and proteinsBenefits of walking after eatingDangers of diet dogmaHow digestion should workUsing wisdom instead of willpower to stay healthyTips to deal with unsupportive family and friendsTips for kids' nutritionAnd sooo much more!!____________________Thank you for listening to the show!You can find me on Instagram @daniellehamiltonhealth and on Facebook at Danielle Hamilton Health.My website is daniellehamiltonhealth.com. Be sure to sign up for my *brand new* weekly newsletter to get all the best tips, coupon codes, and to be the first to know about my upcoming programs!If you are liking the show, please head to Apple Podcasts or iTunes to leave the show a *5-star rating* & a quick review! It helps the show to grow and lets me know what you're liking!Thank you for subscribing, rating, reviewing, sharing and reposting the show! I appreciate each and every one of you!
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In this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin coach four Pump Heads via Zoom. Mind Pump Fit Tip: The THREE most important components of getting a GOOD PUMP: WATER, SALT, and CARBS. (2:51) Body by cheese! (6:24) The guy's favorite and least favorite classes in high school. (9:15) Making the case that the student loan system should be market-based. (16:16) Rambo couldn't save her. (20:40) Dad life updates with the guys: Going out to dinner with children, manifesting good traits into your child, and showing love. (23:25) The benefits of collagen protein if you lift heavy. (29:36) Scientists claim to have learned the secret to successful flirting. (35:24) The value in taking NED's hemp oil before your next mobility session. (42:18) Big Pharma is taking over your TV. (47:42) #ListenerLive question #1 - Any suggestions on workouts or a MAPS program that would be best while distressing? (51:11) #ListenerLive question #2 - Could overtraining be the main cause of not regaining lean body mass and progressing in my workouts? (1:00:14) #ListenerLive question #3 - How should I program my workouts to maintain my gains post-baby? (1:10:59) #ListenerLive question #4 - What can I do to compensate for gaining body fat, for my less demanding job? (1:21:43) Related Links/Products Mentioned Ask a question to Mind Pump, live! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit Paleo Valley for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Promo code MINDPUMP15 at checkout for 15% discount** Visit NED for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! May Promotion: MAPS Starter Bundle and MAPS Spilt 50% off! **Promo code MAYSPECIAL at checkout** The Pump: Ego Booster or Muscle Builder? - Mind Pump Blog Visit Drink LMNT for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! Chocolate milk for recovery from exercise: a systematic review and meta-analysis of controlled clinical trials RAW FARM usa All-In Podcast E78: VC fund metrics that matter, private market update, recession, student loans, Bill Hwang arrest Watch Rambo: Last Blood | Netflix Kyoto Palace - Japanese Steakhouse Lift Heavy? Then You Need This Cheap Protein This kind of flirting works best Working out with weed RIDICULOUS Drug Ad Gives New Meaning To “Bent Carrot" Mind Pump #1780: Why Blood Tests Are Overrated With Dr. Stephen Cabral MAPS Fitness Anabolic MAPS Fitness Performance MP Hormones Mind Pump Hormones Facebook Private Forum Mind Pump #1142: Nine Signs You Are Overtraining MAPS Symmetry Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources People Mentioned Dr. Stephen Cabral (@stephencabral) Instagram