Welcome to episode 17 of Holistic Performance Nutrition (HPN) featuring Tawnee Gibson, MS, CSCS, CISSN, and Julie McCloskey, a certified holistic nutrition coach who you can find over at wildandwell.fit. On this episode: Intro: Julie is using this book: Training for the Uphill Athlete for her 50k training plan. Sarah asks: Managing caloric intake Hey all, Read More

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On this episode of Ask The Coaches: Making a comeback to sport after cancer – where does one start? Endurance vs. strength training needs after your body has gone through severe illness. Mentions: Podcast: 8 Steps to Mastering MAF The 5×5 strength training program 10 exercises that keep you athletic as you age Metabolic efficiency Read More

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Dr. Richard Maurer is a naturopathic physician, author, and expert in metabolic recovery and health. His 2014 book, The Blood Code, demystifies blood test results & body fat measurements to reveal the primal diet and fitness needs that lead toward health and longevity and also that correct weight problems, hypothyroid symptoms, prediabetic conditions and type 2 Read More

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Martin: How does the MAF Method apply to kids? I have 2 very active boys aged 3 and 6. Tim Noakes seemed to backtrack a bit with his lchf for kids details (perhaps for political reasons but it didn’t feel like he was putting out what he really wanted to) saying that carbs for kids Read More

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Dr. Phil Maffetone returns along with a new special guest, Paul Laursen, PhD, an adjunct professor at Auckland University and performance physiologist who leads the Performance Physiology Team at High Performance Sport New Zealand, which helps Olympic athletes and hopefuls. Paul has published more than 100 refereed manuscripts in moderate-to-high impact exercise and sports science journals, and Read More

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On this show with Ben Greenfield: Schooling, education and credibility as an expert in the field Snacks to fuel a workout when it’s not mealtime, aiming for LCHF or Paleo style The goal is to still be in a fat-burning state is you have a pre-workout snack Pre-workout snack ideas, in particular for the afternoon Read More

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New guest expert Dr. Tommy Wood joins the show! Tommy is a medical doctor, with degrees from Oxford University and Cambridge University. He’s currently working toward a Ph.D. in neonatal brain metabolism at the University of Oslo, Norway. He is also an athlete, specializes in working with endurance athletes, and he takes the functional approach Read More

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Zach Bitter is an elite ultrarunner and last December at the Desert Solstice 24-Hour Race in Phoenix, Zach broke the American 100-mile record with a time of 11:47:21. He went on to also set a new world record for distance run in 12 hours, covering 101.66 miles. Zach uses a high-fat, lower-carb, moderate-protein diet to Read More

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Ben joins us for this episode of Sports Nutrition to talk about what to make of the opposing viewpoints of Tim Noakes’ low-carb diet approach compared with Rich Roll’s high-carb (~80%) vegan approach to diet especially when each proclaim benefits of both, also thoughts on Vinnie Tortorich’s “No Sugar No Grain” approach, as well as Read More

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