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Dana Lis, PhD, is a Registered Dietitian, researcher, lifetime athlete and has a huge knowledge base on sports nutrition for optimizing athletic performance. Dana’s been involved in current research examining gluten-free and low-FODMAP diets for athletes, especially endurance athletes, which is the focus of this episode. You can reach Dana at www.summitsportsnutrition.com or on Twitter: @dlisforrest. Intro &…

If FODMAPs (broccoli, etc) give you gas and bloating and you’ve been eating raw starches to get in your resistant starch (RS), then you won’t want to miss this episode…. These days you hear a lot on Resistant Starches (RS) being a good of prebiotics for better health, while FODMAPS are potentially “bad” for causing…

Ben Greenfield joins the show to answer your questions on: The benefits/ pros and cons of honey vs. maple syrup for fueling endurance and in general How long does it take to become ‘fat adapted’ — in life and for enhanced sport performance Locust-based protein powder (and also: lotus root) Help for athlete with ischemic…

Ben Greenfield joins the show to answer your questions and talk the latest in sports nutrition. On this show we discuss: -The benefits on eating organic grassfed heart: its mitochondrial content, dense nutrient profile, and heart’s potential benefit for athletic performance -Are women’s-specific nutrition products necessary, and more details on female stuff: the menstrual cycle,…

Dr. David Minkoff joins the show for a special episode dedicated Master Amino Acid Pattern, MAP, with answers to your questions and much more. Find out why MAP is a protein source unlike any other and the story behind its creation, why it was created and how long it took to perfect it. Also, learn…

Dr. David Minkoff joins this episode of “Ask the Doctor” to answer your questions on if it’s safe and smart for active kids to take MAP (and more on why MAP is good for adults whether you eat healthy animal protein or are a vegan/vegetarian), why might one be getting terrible headaches after long runs…

On this episode of Ask the Coaches: Reasons for seemingly getting slower (or not progressing) despite several years of training? Taking into account immunity (how often are you getting sick?), stress levels and mindset in gauging your fitness progress or lack thereof. Defining speedwork and aerobic sessions – make sure you’re not training too hard…

Dr. Tommy Wood is back on the show for another edition of Ask the Doctor, Tommy’s sixth time as our resident doc. You can find Tommy over at NourishBalanceThrive, and be sure to check out their Elite Performance Analysis quiz. On this show, we catch up with Tommy and he tackles the following listener questions:…

Announcement: If you want in on an epic experience with the EP crew, don’t wait, email us now at events@enduranceplanet.com! We have two teams for SoCal Ragnar on April 7-8, both ultra and regular distance, and we’re taking signups for Ragnar Cape Cod on May 11-12. On this show: Should you spend more time training…

On this episode of Ask the Coaches: Tawnee’s back from her break, and her and Lucho take some time to catch up and share the latest news, including that she’s pregnant! You can read more of Tawnee’s pregnancy blogs and follow her journey at tritawn.com. Study mention – Running Exercise Increases the Intervertebral Disc “Chronic running…

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