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Part 2: How Amino Acids Play A Vital Role In A Fasting Lifestyle – With Robb Wolf

2021-12-06T20:11:24+00:00Biohacking, Fasting Lifestyle, Podcasts|

“Allow People The Ability To Understand What's Happening To Them” This episode is all about how amino acids can help solve the world’s metabolic health crisis. Robb Wolf is a former research biochemist and 2X New York Times/Wall Street Journal Best-selling author of The Paleo Solution and Wired To Eat. He and co-author Diana Rodgers recently released their book, Sacred Cow, which explains why well-raised meat is good for us and good for the planet. Robb has transformed the lives of hundreds of thousands of people around the world via his top-ranked iTunes podcast, books and seminars. He’s known for his direct approach and ability to distill and synthesize information to make the complicated stuff easier to

Nutrients Needed To Accelerate Weight Loss – With Dr. David Jockers

2021-10-04T22:33:12+00:00Health, Podcasts|

“God Loves You.” This episode is all about the different hacks you can use to accelerate weight loss. Dr. David Jockers is a doctor of natural medicine and runs one of the most popular natural health websites in DrJockers.com which has received over 1 million monthly visitors and his work has been seen on popular media such as the Dr. Oz show and Hallmark Home and Family. Dr. Jockers is the author of the best-selling book “The Keto Metabolic Breakthrough” by Victory Belt publishing and “The Fasting Transformation.” He is a world-renowned expert in the area of ketosis, fasting, inflammation, and functional nutrition. He is also the host of the popular Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition podcast. Dr.

How Does Blood Sugar Affect Your Hormones? – With Kara Collier

2021-06-02T20:25:57+00:00Biohacking, Exercise, Fasting Lifestyle, Podcasts, Women's Health|

"Good Metabolic Health Can Be A Choice" This episode is all about how to optimize your health using data from a continuous glucose monitor. Kara Collier is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Nutrition Support Clinician with a background in clinical nutrition, nutrition technology, and entrepreneurship. After becoming frustrated with the traditional healthcare system, she helped start the company NutriSense where she is now the Director of Nutrition. Kara is the leading authority on the use of continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) technology, particularly in non-diabetics, for the purposes of health optimization, disease prevention, and reversing metabolic dysfunction. Kara oversees the health team and product development and has personally interpreted thousands of complex glucose datasets. In this podcast,

Is Glucose The Cause Of Chronic Disease? – With Dr. Casey Means

2021-04-20T00:16:20+00:00Fasting Lifestyle, Podcasts, Women's Health|

"We Can Always Improve Our Health" In this episode, we unpack every single question you have about glucose. Dr. Casey’s mission is to use scientific knowledge as a tool to maximize the human experience for herself and her patients. Life is precious, and Dr. Casey believes that science can help us all experience better, happier, and healthier lives if we choose to effectively implement scientific knowledge. Originally from Washington, DC, Dr. Casey headed west for college and graduated with Honors from Stanford University with a degree in Human Biology, with a concentration in the Cellular and Genetic Basis of Disease. She completed her medical degree at Stanford School of Medicine and subsequently trained to be a Head

Should you be in ketosis all the time?

2020-12-02T19:26:53+00:00Health|

There are two ways your body generates energy, one is from drawing on glucose, ie. sugar, the other is fat. Sugar is the more readily available fuel source. However once sugar is significantly used up, the body’s metabolism changes and the body begins to burn fatty acids from stored fat for energy. This is what we call going from a sugar-burner to a fat-burner. When this transition to burning fat for energy is made, the body begins producing ketones and is said to be in a state of “ketosis”. You can measure your level of ketones using a device like a Keto Mojo. Once you reach a state of ketosis, many of the benefits of fasting start to kick

How to Use Feasting to Your Metabolic Advantage

2020-11-25T01:56:22+00:00Health|

It’s easy to get wrapped up in the excitement and results of fasting that we forget about the need to feast and enjoy the nourishing benefits of food! So today I’m here to remind you that feasting is just as important to the fasting lifestyle as your fast days, and that food can be healing to your health, just like fasting can.  Feasting Tip #1: Use Feast-famine cycling The first thing that you must realize is that your body was designed for feast-famine cycles. Our hunter-gatherer ancestors were expert fasters, indulging in feasts when food was plentiful, then facing long periods of fasting in between. With this in mind, it makes sense that our bodies  are designed and adapted

Can Intermittent Fasting Help You Lose Weight?

2020-10-17T00:57:33+00:00Fasting Techniques, Health|

You may have seen a recent study making headlines titled, Intermittent fasting doesn’t help you lose weight, claiming that “a 12-week UCSF study of 116 overweight people found no statistically significant difference in weight loss between people who restricted their eating to a specific eight-hour period every day and those who didn’t.” This is not the first time fasting has been challenged. Fasting is truly an art form, requiring a deep understanding of how fasting can be used as an effective health tool. So when articles like these come out, I like to dig deeper into the science and methods used by the researchers, to understand how they came to the conclusions they did.  Watch my full video where

Good Fat versus Bad Fat

2020-09-28T13:03:18+00:00Health, Nutrition|

Let’s talk about “good” fats versus “bad” fats for a moment. Generally, on a ketogenic diet, 60-70% of your food should be coming from fat. But not just any fat. Good fats. Yes, this means not all fats are created equal! There are several types of “bad” fats that you should definitely steer clear of.  Most people starting the ketogenic diet initially fail to differentiate between good fats and bad fats. This is commonly referred to as “dirty keto”, which allows bad fats like processed and fast foods. A dirty keto diet not only lacks essential nutrients but can actually do more harm than good because of the inflammatory effects of eating bad fats. Watch this to find out

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