Since my article on the natural muscular potential of women went viral with over 9000 Likes and hundreds of shares across social media, my inbox has been flooded with the question “How should women train and diet?” Here’s the answer. But first, to put many of the differences between men and women in context, it helps to understand the […]continue reading
A new study has emerged that spells the final verdict on the everlasting carbs vs. fat debate. The study is titled “Calorie for calorie, dietary fat restriction results in more body fat loss than carbohydrate restriction in people with obesity“. As the title suggests, the researchers got a group of obese people to reduce their energy intake by 30% […]
Dare&Conquer interviewed me about my past, personal development and success. Read the full interview here.
This podcast kind of slipped under the radar. The guys from Under the Bar interviewed me about protein intake, science vs. practical experience, gaining fat and losing muscle at the same time, ketogenic dieting, supplements and a bunch of other things including *drum roll please* the satiety index of potatoes.
Primal Edge Health interviewed me about the current state of the fitness industry, carbs vs. fat, metabolic damage, veganism and diet pitfalls. I think we go off-topic a few times, but in between the banter, there’s serious content.
This interview by AesirSports was more personal than most of the ones I’ve done before. It also includes an update on Cybernetic Fitness. Read the full interview
There are only 2 things that every nutritionist in the world seems to agree on (and we know everyone is a nutritionist these days). Vegetables are good and sugar is bad. But things aren’t so black and white if we let the light of science shine on sugar. Will sugar make you fat? It depends on your diet. Read […]
Sigma Nutrition Radio interviewed me on the following topics. Refeeds Body recomposition: can you build muscle and lose fat at the same time? Carb cycling Science and Bayesian thinking Circadian rhythms, gut health, fitness myths and much more Listen to the podcast (starts at 01:45).