Explore "Protein" with insightful episodes like "#63 Christian Wolf", "Episode 531. Strategies for Weight Loss, Boosting Metabolism, and Long-Term Success with Wade Lightheart and Matt Gallant", "418 - Eiweiß - gefährlicher Hype, Mythen und Faktencheck!", "The Power Of Protein" and "#3 Wieso Eiweiß dein Abnehmhelfer Nr. 1 ist" from podcasts like ""Tête-à-Tête", "The Radically Loved® Podcast", "schlank + gesund mit Patric Heizmann", "Fit Female Project" and "VitaMoment Podcast - Gesundheit, Ernährung & Wohlbefinden"" and more!

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    Episode 531. Strategies for Weight Loss, Boosting Metabolism, and Long-Term Success with Wade Lightheart and Matt Gallant

    Episode 531. Strategies for Weight Loss, Boosting Metabolism, and Long-Term Success with Wade Lightheart and Matt Gallant

    In this conversation, Wade Lightheart and Matt Gallant discuss various strategies for weight loss and optimizing metabolism. They emphasize the importance of reverse dieting, setting goals, and understanding the psychological aspects of weight loss. They also address the unique challenges faced by women and the role of nutrigenomics in personalized nutrition. The conversation covers the importance of macronutrients, micronutrients, and fiber in the diet, as well as the different phases of ketogenic adaptation. The impact of exercise on metabolism and the role of psychology and emotions in weight loss are also discussed. The conversation concludes with key strategies for long-term success, including consistency and decision-making. In this conversation, Matt Gallant and Wade Lightheart discuss various strategies for optimizing health and fitness. They emphasize the benefits of consistent eating habits, including the psychological benefits and the impact on gut health. They also highlight the importance of high-quality sleep for muscle building and overall well-being. Additionally, they discuss the impact of micro exercise movement on calorie expenditure throughout the day. The conversation also touches on the flaws in traditional health advice and the need for individuals to take control of their own health. Finally, they introduce the Ultimate Nutrition Bible as a comprehensive resource for improving dietary habits and overall health.

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    1. Reverse dieting can be a helpful strategy for rebuilding metabolism and increasing calorie intake without regaining body fat.

    2. Setting goals and maintaining a sense of purpose are crucial for long-term weight loss success.

    3. Understanding the unique challenges faced by women and addressing hormonal fluctuations is essential.

    4. Optimizing macronutrients, micronutrients, and fiber intake is important for overall health and weight management.

    5. Consistency, preparation, and resistance training are key factors in achieving and maintaining weight loss goals. Consistent eating habits can have psychological benefits and positively impact gut health.

    6. Traditional health advice may not always lead to optimal health outcomes, and individuals should take control of their own health.


    Time Stamps:

    00:00 Introduction and Reverse Dieting

    03:15 Setting Goals and Psychological Edges

    04:40 Weight Loss and Battling Biology

    08:16 Strategies for Long-Term Success

    10:29 Addressing Women's Unique Challenges

    18:13 Optimizing Metabolism and Hormones

    21:01 The Importance of Nutrigenomics

    22:26 Macronutrients and Micronutrients

    25:30 The Role of Fiber in the Diet

    32:03 The Four Phases of Ketogenic Adaptation

    35:00 The Importance of Micronutrients

    42:05 The Impact of Exercise on Metabolism

    47:28 The Role of Psychology and Emotions in Weight Loss

    55:06 Key Strategies for Success

    58:22 The Importance of Protein, Preparation, and Resistance Training

    01:00:43 Consistency and Decision-Making

    01:02:39 The Benefits of Consistent Eating Habits

    01:03:38 The Importance of High-Quality Sleep

    01:04:37 The Impact of Micro Exercise Movement

    01:07:23 The Flaws in Traditional Health Advice

    01:09:12 Investing in Health for a Better Quality of Life

    01:10:10 The Ultimate Nutrition Bible


    Matt Gallant is a kinesiologist with a degree in the Science Of Physical Activity and the CEO/Co-Founder of BIOptimizers. He’s been a strength and conditioning coach for multiple pro-athletes, a self-defense instructor, and has over 18 years experience formulating supplements. He’s been successfully following a mostly ketogenic diet for over 30 years. He’s also a serial entrepreneur who’s built over 14 profitable companies.

    Wade T. Lightheart is a Certified Sports Nutritionist Advisor and president/director of education and co-founder of BIOptimizers. As a plant-based and drug-free athlete for more than two decades, Wade is a three-time National Natural Bodybuilding Champion who competed in both the IFBB Mr. Universe and the INBA Natural Olympia by the age of 31. At the age of 50, Wade came out of retirement to win the Open Men’s and Grand Master’s Categories at the INBA Ironman International, then competed at The PNBA Natural Olympia. Six months later, Wade successfully ran his first marathon in four hours.

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    418 - Eiweiß - gefährlicher Hype, Mythen und Faktencheck!

    418 -  Eiweiß - gefährlicher Hype, Mythen und Faktencheck!
    Die Aminosäuren, aus denen Eiweiß besteht, sind an unzähligen Prozessen im Körper beteiligt. Zu Recht werden sie auch als „Bausteine des Lebens“ bezeichnet. Während dein Körper einige Aminosäuren selbst bilden kann, kann er andere nicht selbst herstellen und ist auf eine Aufnahme über die Ernährung angewiesen. Das ist auch ein Grund dafür, warum eine eiweißreiche Ernährung so wichtig ist. Oder etwa doch nicht? Kann Eiweiß auch krank machen😳 In meiner Folge erfährst du alles über Mythen und Fakten rund um diesen Makronährstoff👀

    The Power Of Protein

    The Power Of Protein

    In this podcast episode we discuss the power of protein. We cover the basics of protein, its importance for muscle recovery, and its role in fat loss. We dispel myths about protein and muscle building, discuss protein timing and meal planning, and provide tips for incorporating protein into meals. We address the use of protein powder and supplements, and caution against falling for marketing gimmicks. 

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    The Basics of Protein
    The Importance of Protein for Muscle Recovery
    Protein and Fat Loss
    The Thermic Effect of Food
    The Role of Protein in Calorie Intake
    Dispelling Myths about Protein and Muscle Building
    Protein Timing and Meal Planning
    Sources of Protein
    Protein Powder and Supplements
    Protein Marketing and Misinformation
    Listening to Your Body and Prioritising Protein

    #3 Wieso Eiweiß dein Abnehmhelfer Nr. 1 ist

    #3 Wieso Eiweiß dein Abnehmhelfer Nr. 1 ist
    Schlanker mit jedem Tag! Die Zahl auf deiner Waage ärgert dich jedes Mal aufs Neue … gefühlt hast du schon jede Diät ausprobiert und langsam weißt du auch nicht mehr, was du noch machen sollst. Schluss damit! Wir zeigen dir 5 wichtige Stellschrauben für deinen Abnehmerfolg. Thema dieser Folge: Wie dir eine eiweißreiche Ernährung helfen kann, eine Menge Kalorien einzusparen.

    How To Get More Protein In Your Diet

    How To Get More Protein In Your Diet

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    Protein is a crucial nutrient that plays a vital role in maintaining and enhancing our overall health. Whether you’re an athlete looking to build muscle, aiming for weight management, or simply interested in optimizing your nutrition, protein can benefit you in some pretty amazing ways.

    In today’s episode of my series I’m calling Health Bites, I discuss all things protein—its importance for your health and well-being, how to increase your protein intake, and even a delicious protein-rich smoothie recipe I use to start my day off right. 

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    In this episode, I discuss:

    • What is protein and why do we need it? (3:32)
    • The biggest risk factor for age-related decline (6:48)
    • How protein affects our appetite and metabolism (7:13)
    • Why the quality of your protein matters (11:28)
    • Getting adequate protein as a vegan (14:18)
    • How much protein do you need and how to get more in your diet (15:42)
    • My chocolate raspberry smoothie bowl recipe (19:07)

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    How to Train for Muscle and Strength | Eric Helms, Research Fellow

    How to Train for Muscle and Strength | Eric Helms, Research Fellow

    Welcome to the podcast about how to use reason and science to live a long, healthy, decent life.

    Subscribe to join the host, Greg Potter, as he unveils the latest science and the secrets of some of the most brilliant people, including scientists, coaches, entrepreneurs, and many others.

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    Books: The Muscle and Strength Pyramids (Helms, Morgan, Valdez)

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    How Sugar & Processed Foods Impact Your Health

    How Sugar & Processed Foods Impact Your Health
    In this episode, we address the “calories in- calories out” (CICO) model of metabolism and weight regulation and how specific macronutrients (protein, fat, carbohydrates), fiber, and sugar can modify the CICO equation. My guest is Dr. Robert Lustig, M.D., neuroendocrinologist, professor of pediatrics at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), and a bestselling author on nutrition and metabolic health. We cover how different types of sugars, specifically fructose, sugars found in liquid form, taste intensity, and other factors impact insulin levels, liver, kidney, and metabolic health. We also explore how fructose in non-fruit sources can be addictive, acting similarly to drugs of abuse, and how sugar alters brain circuits related to food cravings and satisfaction. The discussion then shifts to the role of sugar in childhood and adult obesity, gut health and disease, and mental health. We delve into how the food industry uses refined sugars to create pseudo foods and the implications of these on the brain and body. This episode is replete with actionable information about sugar and metabolism, weight control, brain health, and body composition. It ought to be of interest to anyone seeking to understand how specific food choices impact the immediate and long-term health of the brain and body. For show notes, including referenced articles and additional resources, please visit hubermanlab.com. Thank you to our sponsors AG1: https://drinkag1.com/huberman Eight Sleep: https://eightsleep.com/huberman Levels: https://levels.link/huberman LMNT: https://drinklmnt.com/huberman AeroPress: https://aeropress.com/huberman Momentous: https://livemomentous.com/huberman Timestamps (00:00:00) Dr. Robert Lustig (00:02:02) Sponsors: Eight Sleep, Levels & Aero Press (00:06:41) Calories, Fiber (00:12:15) Calories, Protein & Fat, Trans Fats (00:18:23) Carbohydrate Calories, Glucose vs. Fructose, Fruit, Processed Foods (00:26:43) Fructose, Mitochondria & Metabolic Health (00:31:54) Trans Fats; Food Industry & Language (00:35:33) Sponsor: AG1 (00:37:04) Glucose, Insulin, Muscle (00:42:31) Insulin & Cell Growth vs. Burn; Oxygen & Cell Growth, Cancer (00:51:14) Glucose vs. Fructose, Uric Acid; “Leaky Gut” & Inflammation (01:00:51) Supporting the Gut Microbiome, Fasting (01:04:13) Highly Processed Foods, Sugars; “Price Elasticity” & Food Industry (01:10:28) Sponsor: LMNT (01:11:51) Processed Foods & Added Sugars (01:14:19) Sugars, High-Fructose Corn Syrup (01:18:16) Food Industry & Added Sugar, Personal Responsibility, Public Health (01:30:04) Obesity, Diabetes, “Hidden” Sugars (01:34:57) Diet, Insulin & Sugars (01:38:20) Tools: NOVA Food Classification; Perfact Recommendations (01:43:46) Meat & Metabolic Health, Eggs, Fish (01:46:44) Sources of Omega-3s; Vitamin C & Vitamin D (01:52:37) Tool: Reduce Inflammation; Sugars, Cortisol & Stress (01:59:12) Food Industry, Big Pharma & Government; Statins (02:06:55) Public Health Shifts, Rebellion, Sugar Tax, Hidden Sugars (02:12:58) Real Food Movement, Public School Lunches & Processed Foods (02:18:25) 3 Fat Types & Metabolic Health; Sugar, Alcohol & Stress (02:26:40) Artificial & Non-Caloric Sweeteners, Insulin & Weight Gain (02:34:32) Re-Engineering Ultra-Processed Food (02:38:45) Sugar & Addiction, Caffeine (02:45:18) GLP-1, Semaglutide (Ozempic, Wegovy, Tirzepatide), Risks; Big Pharma (02:57:390 Obesity & Sugar Addiction; Brain Re-Mapping, Insulin & Leptin Resistance (03:03:31) Fructose & Addiction, Personal Responsibility & Tobacco (03:07:27) Food Choices: Fruit, Rice, Tomato Sauce, Bread, Meats, Fermented Foods (03:12:54) Intermittent Fasting, Diet Soda, Food Combinations, Fiber, Food Labels (03:19:14) Improving Health, Advocacy, School Lunches, Hidden Sugars (03:26:55) Zero-Cost Support, Spotify & Apple Reviews, YouTube Feedback, Sponsors, Momentous, Social Media, Neural Network Newsletter Disclaimer

    Episode 293: Performance Base Layer Series - Part 3: Pillars of Performance Applied (Nutrition)

    Episode 293: Performance Base Layer Series - Part 3: Pillars of Performance Applied (Nutrition)

    Welcome back to the 5-part Performance Base Layer Series on the Purple Patch Podcast. This series aims to emphasize the importance of the foundational aspect of high performance, which is the performance base layer. It's built on the foundation of positive habits that foster a strong physiological readiness for good physical and mental health year-round and for years to come. The Purple Patch pillars of performance, which include endurance, strength, nutrition, and recovery, make up the core elements of the performance base layer.

    Each week of the series, we have focused on a different pillar of performance. We started with endurance and movement, followed by strength and resistance training. Now, we move on to the third pillar: nutrition. Similar to the previous episodes, we will discuss this pillar from two perspectives. The first perspective is called "life performance," which focuses on anyone who seeks to improve their longevity, workplace performance, parenting skills, or anything related to their daily lives. The second perspective focuses on endurance athletes and highlights the specific needs and demands of seeking a podium finish.

    In this episode, Matt shares insights on developing a well-rounded approach to nutrition to help maintain health, get battle-ready, improve resilience and adaptability, and ultimately leave you poised for long-term success in any arena.

    Throughout this episode, we will use case studies and examples to highlight the importance of adopting healthy nutrition habits. We will also provide resources to assist you in your journey to better nutrition and developing your performance base layer.

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    00:00 - 06:29 - Welcome and Episode Introduction

    06:36 - 9:16 - Matt's News-ings

    9:23 - 49:20 - The Meat and Potatoes - Episode 293: Performance Base Layer Series - Part 3: Pillars of Performance Applied (Nutrition)

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    The #1 Fasting Mistake That Can Destroy Your Thyroid Hormones

    The #1 Fasting Mistake That Can Destroy Your Thyroid Hormones

    Fasting is all the rage (and righfully so), but Dr. Rebecca cautions that it can backfire especially for those that are having thyroid and hormone health dysregulations.

    Get the inside scoop on the biggest fasting mistake Dr. Rebecca sees being done over and over again that could secretly sabotage your hormones, and how to course correct. 



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    Adult Weight Loss — The basics to start NOW!

    Adult Weight Loss — The basics to start NOW!

    Chronic disease at an all time high and brain function slipping through our fingers. Those are only two reasons why you need to start your weight loss journey now.

    I know it can be daunting to start something new, or maybe you feel embarrassed because you've tried to start many times before...whatever the reason, you are here today and that is a win! This is a perfect place to start and I have created this informative, easily digestible, video to help you with the first steps. The BASICS on how to get started on your journey to the healthiest you you've ever known. So listen in, get your note pad out, and get ready to fall in love with life again. 

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    The Food Doctor: "Extra Protein Is Making You Fatter!" The 6 Food Lies Everyone Still Believes! (Brand NEW Food Science) - Tim Spector

    The Food Doctor: "Extra Protein Is Making You Fatter!" The 6 Food Lies Everyone Still Believes! (Brand NEW Food Science) - Tim Spector
    Coffee is good for you, but orange juice is bad for you, and supposedly ‘healthy’ food isn’t healthy. The food doctor is here to set the record straight on the perfect diet. In this new episode Steven sits down again with the world-renowned nutritional expert, Dr Tim Spector OBE. Dr Spector is Professor of Genetic Epidemiology at King’s College London, and is the director of the Twins UK study. He is also co-founder of the in-depth nutritional analysis company, Zoe. He is the author of the bestselling books, ‘Food for Life’ , ‘The Diet Myth’, and ‘Spoon Fed’. In this conversation Tim and Steven discuss topics, such as: Why he started talking in public about food His initial research focused on genes and obesity Starting to think about his own mortality The benefits of improving diet and gut health The diseases linked to poor nutrition How food impacts mood and energy Obesity only being a small side effect of poor diet The impact a poor diet can have in your future The importance of the speed and when you eat The impact of the menopause of the gut microbiome Why quality of food is more important than quantity Foods impact on fertility and libido Why supplements like protein are not necessary What is fibre How 95% people are not eating enough fibre Tim’s health hacks The importance of a healthy microbiome The benefits of fermented food Why different countries have better gut microbiomes The negative impacts of Ultra Processed Foods Why unhealthy snacking can impact a healthy diet The worst time for snacking How there is a snack epidemic and the need to change it Why healthy food doesn’t have health labels Perfect food habits The need to follow the 80/20 principle around diet Why coffee is good for you and improves your health How coffee is better for you than orange juice What diet advice has he changed his mind on Why drinking lots of water is not necessary Tim’s daily food routine Why certain fruits are better for you than others How there needs to be more nuisance to diet advice Why the carnivore diet is wrong Is artificial sweetener worse than sugar The truth about weight loss and need for sustainability His thoughts on Ozempic The need to stop thinking about calories and focus on food quality The benefits and negatives of not drinking alcohol The link between sleep and the microbiome His views on fasting You can purchase Tim’s most recent book, ‘Food for Life: The New Science of Eating Well’, here: https://amzn.to/3QT9AVW Follow Tim: Instagram: https://bit.ly/46vt340 Twitter: https://bit.ly/3VG0zil You can listen to Zoe's podcast here: https://link.chtbl.com/RYf17sA7 Watch the episodes on Youtube - https://g2ul0.app.link/3kxINCANKsb My new book! 'The 33 Laws Of Business & Life' is out now: https://smarturl.it/DOACbook Follow me: Instagram: http://bit.ly/3nIkGAZ Twitter: http://bit.ly/3ztHuHm Linkedin: https://bit.ly/41Fl95Q Telegram: http://bit.ly/3nJYxST Sponsors: https://www.eightsleep.com/uk/steven/ CODE: STEVEN (save $150 on the Pod Cover) Huel: https://g2ul0.app.link/G4RjcdKNKsb http://joinzoe.com with an exclusive code CEO10 for 10% off Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    Proteinriegel oder Zuckerbombe? So wählst du den perfekten Snack

    Proteinriegel oder Zuckerbombe? So wählst du den perfekten Snack
    Verpackung aufreißen und einen cremig-leckeren Snack genießen - und das auch noch gesund, sättigend und voller wichtiger Proteine! So versprechen es zumindest die meisten Hersteller der Proteinriegel, die du im Handel kaufen kannst. Doch woran erkennst du, ob es sich um einen guten Eiweißriegel handelt oder einfach nur eine Süßigkeit? Und was bringen uns Proteinriegel überhaupt? Das alles erfährst du hier bei uns.

    # 24 - Protein, Eiweiß oder doch lieber Aminosäure?

    # 24 - Protein, Eiweiß oder doch lieber Aminosäure?
    Kein Nährstoff polarisiert derart stark wie das Protein (bzw. Eiweiß). Eiweiß ist eine lebenswichtige Substanz, die vor allem für den Aufbau von Muskelmasse und sonstiger wichtiger Bausteine im Körper (Hormone, Enzyme, Immunsystem etc.) benötigt wird. Genau deswegen hört man oft, dass Eiweiß nicht nur über handelsübliche (tierische und pflanzliche) Lebensmittel aufgenommen werden soll, sondern zusätzlich gerne zu speziellen Eiweiß-angereicherten Lebensmitteln (Shakes, Joghurts etc.) gegriffen werden soll. Leiden wir nun alle an einem Eiweißmangel und müssen daher auf diese speziell angereicherten Lebensmittel zurückzugreifen oder handelt es sich um einen Werbeschmäh? Und was hat jetzt eigentlich glutenfreies Brot mit Eiweiß zu tun? Hör rein und hole dir deine Portion "Eiweiß-Information"!

    What Types And How Much Protein Do You Need?

    What Types And How Much Protein Do You Need?

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    Not only is protein a vital component of healthy skeletal muscle, but it also is an essential lever in weight loss, stabilizing blood sugar, and reversing metabolic syndrome. And when it comes to animal-based protein, we can’t just say all meat is good or no meat is good; it’s a matter of what types and sources of proteins you’re eating and what the rest of your diet looks like too. 

    In today’s episode, I talk with Dr. Gabrielle Lyon, Dr. Stephan van Vliet, and Dr. Don Layman about how much protein we should eat, the effects of animal protein on the environment, the best protein sources, and more.

    Dr. Gabrielle Lyon is an integrative physician who completed her fellowship in nutritional sciences and geriatrics at Washington University, St. Louis. She is board certified in family medicine and completed her undergraduate work in human nutrition vitamin and mineral metabolism. Dr. Lyon works closely with current and retired special operations military operators as a part of the Task Force Dagger Foundation.

    Dr. Stephan van Vliet is a nutrition scientist with metabolomics expertise at the Center for Human Nutrition Studies at Utah State University. He routinely collaborates with farmers, ecologists, and agricultural scientists to study critical linkages between agricultural production methods, the nutrient density of food, and human health. His work has been published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Scientific Reports, The Journal of Nutrition, and The Journal of Physiology.

    Dr. Layman is a professor emeritus in the Department of Food Science & Human Nutrition at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Dr. Layman earned his BS and MS degrees in chemistry at Illinois State University and his doctorate in human nutrition and biochemistry at the University of Minnesota. He is recognized for his research on protein and amino acids for muscle health related to athletic performance, obesity, diabetes, and cardiometabolic health.

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    Protein & PCOS: The Benefits and How To Get Enough

    Protein & PCOS: The Benefits and How To Get Enough

    This episode explores the numerous benefits of protein for improving PCOS. You'll learn how incorporating protein into your diet can help you control your appetite, reduce cravings, and support better body composition, including stronger muscles and easier fat burning. Understanding these benefits will empower you to make informed choices about your nutrition and overall health.

    What are excellent sources of protein that you can easily include in your PCOS-friendly diet.
    And what is the recommended amount of protein you should consume daily. By understanding the right quantity for your body, you can ensure you're meeting your nutritional requirements and supporting your PCOS management effectively.

    Additionally, we'll explore the importance of when to eat protein during your day for maximal impact. And how this can positively impact your blood sugar control, which is especially crucial for PCOS hormone health. I'll provide you with some practical ideas and examples to inspire your meal choices.

    Whether you're aiming to enhance your body composition, maintain a healthy weight, or improve hormonal balance for better fertility, incorporating protein can make a significant difference. Listen now to gain valuable knowledge on the benefits of protein for PCOS management and learn practical strategies to ensure you're getting enough protein in your diet.

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    Visceral Fat: The Silent Assassin Within — Unmasking the Deadly Threat.

    Visceral Fat: The Silent Assassin Within — Unmasking the Deadly Threat.

    Visceral Fat, HUGE silent assassin in all of us. Listen up everyone, this episode will go in depth on what visceral fat is, how to catch it, and how to reverse/prevent it from forming. With this type of fat, everything is NOT as it appears. We aren't addressing the fat that can be seen with the naked eye, we are talking about the fat around your organs, arteries, and brain. This type of fat can be the cause of many "thin looking" people keeling over all of a sudden because measurements, BMI, and other normal tests will not find or account for the visceral fat within. I highly recommend listening to the entire video and seeing all of the test results/studies conducted, but if you just want the quick tea...skip ahead to 18:00 for top 5 tips on reversing/keeping visceral fat low and 22:39 for the low down on your exercise routine.

    Mythbusting Popular Fitness Fads/Trends w/ Sarah Ford Bishop

    Mythbusting Popular Fitness Fads/Trends w/ Sarah Ford Bishop

    Thanks for listening to another episode of The Women’s Fittest Podcast! This is episode #160 with Sarah Ford Bishop!

    Sarah is back on the show and we’re keeping it real, per usual. Look forward to routine monthly episodes where we discuss common/popular fitness trends, fads, or methods and find out what might be helpful or applicable and relevant to you and your goals. Our goal is to help you decipher what is or is not worth your energy and what may be helpful for you to know. As always we are bringing the evidence! 

    1. How much protein you might want to consume and why.
    2. Is carb addiction real?
    3. Can you beat genetics? 

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