Fri, 31 May 2019
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After decades of recommending the American Heart Association’s high-fiber, whole-grain–rich diet to his patients, Dr. Berry’s nutrition advice was causing him to gain weight and decrease his health.
His knees ached and he was on the path to developing metabolic syndrome, the very condition this “evidence-based” diet was supposed to prevent.
Two years ago, Dr. Berry went out on a limb and tried a meat-only (carnivore) diet.
Although there are zero published human trials supporting this way of eating, Dr. Berry’s blood sugar markers dramatically improved.
In this show, Dr. Berry discusses more about:
- How chronic gut issues often disappear when on the carnivore diet
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Wed, 22 May 2019
Ben Pakulski is an accomplished professional bodybuilder who recently retired. He shares amazing insights that'll help you preserve strength and muscle mass with age.
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Sun, 12 May 2019
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About Today’s Show
Fasted- vs. fed-state exercise is a controversial topic amongst fitness and weight loss experts nowadays.
Check out the show notes:
Many folks find that exercising in a fasted state enhances fat loss and accelerates body composition changes.
But some experts say there’s really no additional fat loss benefit to fasted-state exercise—being in a calorie deficit matters most.
10 years ago, fitness celebrity Thomas DeLauer lost over 60 pounds and reclaimed his health from regular “fasted” exercise.
He’s biased in this respect, but he discusses some new science that may help you decide which path (fasted vs. fed exercise) is best for your health goals.
We also discuss:
- Targeted ketogenic dieting and carb cycling