Tue, 3 June 2014
#21 This week our special guests are brothers Christian & Michael Baker. They were one of the first guys to setup a major supplement store franchise from the USA here in Australia.
Having worked in the health & fitness industry for many years, it's safe to say these boys know their stuff when it comes to supplements!
You will learn:
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Wed, 7 May 2014
#20 Duncan Peak is founder of Power Living Australia Yoga (P.L.A.Y). He's also a very cool guy & we chat to him about his life as a former army officer, nearly dying, & becoming one of Australia's most authoritative figures in yoga.
Mon, 10 February 2014
#19 In my research I noticed that International tobacco company Philip Morris, in the early nineties, when the heat came on they started to buy up food companies. They are a brilliantly sinister company. They identified that sugar is very much the same as nicotine; get them young get them hooked & you’ve got them for life.’ – Donal O’Neil
We chat to Donal O’Neill, the man behind the awesome documentary Cereal Killers. If you haven’t seen it then make it a must!
In this episode we talk about:- The inspiration behind the movie- Why professor Tim Noakes is awesome! - The Australian cricketers and their low carb high fat diet - What sports benefit most from LCHF diet - How to increase testosterone & sex drive with men in their 40′s - And much more…
Wed, 6 November 2013
#18 Unless you've had your head under a rock recently, you probably know that Saturated Fat has been getting a lot of good press.
If you want to learn why eating saturated fat is good for you, the best foods for exercise and why The Heart Foundation is not the way forward, then this episode is for you.
This is the full interview with Professor Grant Schofield. Professor of Public Health (Auckland University of Technology) and director of the university’s Human Potential Centre (HPC) located at the Millennium Campus in Auckland, New Zealand.
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Mon, 30 September 2013
#17 Are you confused by what your cholesterol levels really say about your health? Don't you wish someone could just spell it out in simple English and tell you what, if anything, you need to do to improve your heart and overall health?
Jimmy Moore is hear to tell us about his new book, 'Cholesterol Clarity'.
He shares with us some invaluable lessons including why consuming saturated fat is good, why carbohydrates are detrimental to attaining the best cholesterol numbers and why there is a growing number of physicians, researchers and nutritionists who believe treating cholesterol numbers is virtually irrelevant.
Jimmy teamed up with Dr. Eric Westman, a practicing internist and nutrition researcher, to bring you one of the most unique books you'll ever read on this subject, featuring exclusive interviews with twenty-nine of the world's top experts from various fields to give you the complete lowdown on cholesterol.
- Cholesterol Clarity: The inspiration behind the book [015:34]
- Simplifying the cholesterol jargon [015:34]
- What really is the best way to measure heart health [019:45]
- What to eat for ultimate heart health [038:58]
- What alcohol can we drink for heart health? [040:30]
- And much more…
Thu, 19 September 2013
#16 Have you ever wondered if food intolerances are actually preventing you from reaching your true health/fitness potential?
Learn how getting rid of the foods that disagree with you can shed the kilos, reclaim your youth, energy, sleep, exercise recovery and watch your body transform for the better!
Tania Flack is a leading Naturopath and Nutritionist, with a special interest in hormonal, reproductive health and cancer support; she believes in an integrated approach to healthcare, including the use of evidence based natural medicine.
In this weeks episode:-
- What's the difference between food intolerances & allergies [002:20]
- How you can become intolerant to food [006:20]
- How we can get tested, & if we can’t what we should we do [007:15]
- Why you may be intoerant to eggs [009:53]
- Why food intolerances could be effecting your weight loss plans [018:40]
- How it can be effecting your exercise recovery [021:10]
- and much more…
Sun, 8 September 2013
#15 This is the full interview with Sweet Poison Author David Gillespie. He is s a recovering corporate lawyer and has deciphered the latest medical findings on diet and weight gain. In his own words he says that what he found was chilling.
In this weeks episode:- What inspired David to quit the sugar [003:00] The effects fructose has on ones health [006:58] Why sugar used to be a rare commodity called white gold [008:40] The best place to start when quitting sugar [012:50] Should we be eating fruit? [016:22] Why does the sugar message fire up so many emotions? (eg. Previous Sarah Wilson Interview) [018:37] What to put in your kids lunch boxes [028:05] and much more…
Wed, 21 August 2013
#14 This is the full interview with South African running legend Professor Tim Noakes. He is a health professor of exercise and sport science at the University of Cape Town in South Africa.
In this weeks episode:- Why Tim famously changed his views on carb’ loading for running [005:01]
Is running effective for weight loss? [013:09]
What Tim eats before & after exercise [016:28]
His thoughts on CrossFit & if low carb’ applies? [021:45]
Tim’s thoughts on endurance exercise/running reducing life expectancy [027:38]
Swimming one mile at the north Pole in 1.8 degrees water temp’ [039:45] and much more…
Wed, 7 August 2013
#13 Dr Terry Wahls is a clinical professor of medicine. In addition to being a doctor, she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2000.In this weeks episode:-
Dr Terry Wahls is a clinical professor of medicine. In addition to being a doctor, she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2000.
By 2003 It had transitioned to secondary progressive multiple sclerosis. She underwent chemotherapy in an attempt to slow the disease and began using a wheelchair because of weakness in her back muscles. In her own words she says It was clear: eventually she would become bedridden by her disease.
To cut a very long story short, she ended up redesigning her diet for her condition so that she was getting those important nutrients not from supplements but from the foods she ate & created a new food plan.
The results stunned her physician, her family, and herself: within a year, I was able to walk through the hospital without a cane and even complete an 18-mile bicycle tour.
Tue, 23 July 2013
#12 Dave Asprey aka The Bullet Proof Executive is one exceptionally smart man. On top of that he's a really great guy too! He shares with us his journey from being 297lbs (134kg) in weight to then hacking his health for the fastest & most effective results possible.
He's also singel handily changed the way I drink my coffee (& many others) in the morning. If you haven't heard of the bulletproof coffee with MCT oil and grass-fed butter (yes you read that right), then it's only a matter of time before you do! Guy
If you would like to learn more about Dave Asprey, click here.
You can buy bullet proof coffee in Australia.
Further reading: Better Baby Book
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