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.
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).
It’s safe to say obesity is a problem. Over 2 out of 3 people in the US are overweight and over 1 in 3 is obese. Even with help, most people don’t lose more than a few percent bodyweight after years of dieting and the majority of people gain back most of the weight they lost (yo-yo effect). My clients […]
It’s not often that revolutionary research comes around, but at the Eleventh International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN) Conference and Expo I think it’s safe to say some interesting science was presented. These results of high vs. low carb diets may not come as a surprise to those who followed my Bayesian PT Courses, but if you’re still stuck in […]
In this interview by Primal Edge Health, we discuss: – The use of ketogenic diets for bodybuilders. – The need for carbohydrates during resistance training. – The importance of meal frequency. – Fat intake timing. – My current macros. and many more things.
1963, St.Petersburg, Russia – A Soviet Union lab scientist by the name of Perekalin synthesizes 3-phenyl-4-aminobutyric acid, an experimental drug intended to calm psychiatric children. 1964 – Professor Khaunma labels the drug Phenigamma and reports the first findings of its tranquilizing effects in the Byulleten Eksperimental’noi Biologii i Meditsiny. 1975 – Phenigamma has spread from clinical practice to public use […]