Category: Nutrition Science
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Discovering body fats hidden secrets – Episode 51 with Dr Sylvia Tara

Summary

Even though every human on the planet has stored body fat of differing amounts, it is surprising how little most people actually know about its functions in life. This may be because the science of body fat is relatively new only gaining real interest since the mid-’90s. Listen and learn body fats hidden secrets. Fat is so much more than a wobbly store of excess calories, it interacts, communicates, and even supports healthy body processes. Dr Sylvia Tara, the author of The Secret Life of Fat, kickstarts season 3 with a great interview.

Guest biography

Sylvia Tara holds a PhD in biochemistry from The University of California, San Diego and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. She was a healthcare management consultant with McKinsey & Company and has worked for the world’s largest biotechnology companies.

After an extended battle with her own body fat, Dr Tara became fascinated with its resiliency and embarked on a mission to better understand it. Her book, The Secret Life of Fat, is the culmination of years of research and interviews with physicians, patients and leading scientists.

You can learn more about Dr Tara by visiting her personal website.

Episode content: Body fats hidden secrets

This episode is essential listening for anyone who has struggled with their own body fat levels, or for anyone who coaches others to manage their body fat more effectively. Listen and learn body fat’s hidden secrets with Dr Tara, there are great insights and helpful coaching tips. 

  • 1:56 Why listen to this episode
  • 4:33 The major roles of body fat in human physiology and health
  • 7:07 The recommended level of body fat in males and females to maintain health
  • 10:52 The obesity paradox
  • 16:30 Different coloured body fat and its purposes
  • 19:24 Hormonal factors produced by body fat
  • 22:50 A story of how genetic leptin defects interfere with health and hunger
  • 27:26 Weight loss and the role of willpower and calories
  • 30:44 The impact of obesity on coronavirus pandemic
  • 33:04 Suggested strategies for effectively managing body fat levels

Connect with Dr Tara over social media

Facebook: @sylviataraphd

Twitter: @sylviataraphd

Buy Dr Tara’s book

Available to purchase on Amazon Kindle

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Life after the Vegetarian Myth – Episode 47 with Lierre Keith

Summary

20 years a dedicated vegan … invested morally, nutritionally, and politically into this lifestyle … then a monumental shift back to an omnivorous life to try and rescue her failing health, after living, what she calls, the vegetarian myth! Lierre Keith wrote a book about this life change and discussed the flaws, from her perspective, on the underlying principles of vegetarianism and veganism. The praise for her book has been clear to see, but so was the kickback! Online criticism, attack on character, and even death threats followed from those who disagreed! A decade on from the publication of her groundbreaking book and we speak with Lierre about her life and experiences since.

Guest biography

Lierre Keith is an American writer, food activist, and an environmentalist. She is the author of the highly acclaimed book, The Vegetarian Myth: Food, Justice, and Sustainability (2009). She is co-author, with Derrick Jensen and Aric McBay, of Deep Green Resistance: Strategy to Save the Planet (Seven Stories Press, 2011) and she’s the editor of The Derrick Jensen Reader: Writings on Environmental Revolution (Seven Stories Press, 2012).

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This episode is an instant classic! Lierre shares some great insights into her life since the publication of her highly influential book. We review some of the fundamental principles of the book and also the impact it has had on her life, including:

  • 1:18 Impact of publishing the Vegetarian Myth had on Lierre’s life
  • 3:55 What Lierre enjoyed about the vegan lifestyle
  • 8:00 Why the book was called the Vegetarian Myth and not the Vegan Myth?
  • 9:20 What is meant by the term moral vegetarianism?
  • 15:58 The political arguments for being vegetarian
  • 22:31 What is meant by nutritional vegetarianism?
  • 25:11 Nutritional components from animal foods that support health
  • 28:20 Lierre’s typical dietary practices
  • 32:41 Animal farming and the impact on the environment and carbon emissions
  • 35:08 A decade later, Lierre´s proposed changes to the Vegetarian Myth book
  • 41:51 Problems with industrial-scale plant food production

During the show, Lierre refers specifically to a study regarding brain size and dietary choices. We believe this is the study she was referring to

You may also enjoy our past interview in Episode 27 with Dr Natasha Campbel–McBride, titled The rise of Vegetarianism.

Connect with Lierre on social media

Lierre Keith profile

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Do our daily meal times matter? Episode 43 with Danny Lennon

Summary:

It has been well established that the quantity and the quality of food that we eat can have a significant impact on our health, but what about the time of day we choose to eat? Does that matter? In our modern, busy world, meal timing is likely lower down our priority list, if it even made it onto the list in the first place. Food is often squeezed into the 24-hour rat race just to keep the engine running. Danny Lennon joins us to discuss chrono-nutrition and why emerging science is teaching us that meal times do matter in our overall diet and daily habits.

Guest biography:

Danny is the founder of Sigma Nutrition and the host of Sigma Nutrition Radio, a highly rated podcast on iTunes. He has a master’s degree (MSc.) in Nutritional Sciences from University College Cork. Danny also completed a BSc. Degree in Biology and Physics Education. He works as a performance nutritionist to professional MMA fighters, professional boxers and competitive powerlifters and has consulted with several teams across a range of sports.

Fit to Succeed episode: Meal times matter

Danny is the first returning guest to be back on the Fit to Succeed show. The work he has been doing in bringing the subject of chrono-nutrition to the general public caught out attention and we had to invite him back to share these important nuggets of knowledge. We discuss some great material, including:

  • 1:22 Why meal timings could affect health and performance
  • 3:48 Definition of the term chrono-nutrition
  • 10:34 Is breakfast really the most important meal of the day?
  • 13:26 Health concerns with pushing food intake later in the day
  • 22:55 Does intermittent fasting or time-restricted feeding have any benefit
  • 27:24 Higher carbohydrate intake closer to bedtime
  • 30:09 Modern life tends to push meal consumption towards late evening
  • 36:10 Consistency of daily meal timings
  • 41:28 Impact of chrono-nutrition on energy balance and weight loss
  • 47:37 Applying chrono-nutrition to macronutrient metabolism

Danny refers to an article he wrote on the topic of Chrono-nutrition for the website Stronger by Science:

Why Meal Timing, Calorie Distribution & Feeding Windows Really Do Matter

Enjoy our previous interview featuring Danny Lennon where we discussed Science-based weight loss back in episode 6:

Full video and show notes: Science-based weight loss
Audio podcast: Science-based weight loss

Connect with Danny on social media:

Instagram @sigmanutrition

Twitter @NutritionDanny

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Healthy digestion comes first! Episode 41 with Dr Liz Lipski

    

Summary:

Did you know that the number 1 new years resolution is to diet and eat healthier (71%)? However, there is a vital component that precedes better eating habits…ensuring that we have healthy digestion in the first place! Healthy food can only be utilised by the body if there are healthy digestive processes occurring within the body. Dr Liz Lipski joins us on the Fit to Succeed show to explore the common digestive complaints and their potential solutions.

Guest biography:

DrLiz Lipski is a Professor and the Director of the Academic Development for the Nutrition programmes in Clinical Nutrition at Maryland University of Integrative Health. Dr Lipski holds a PhD in Clinical Nutrition, is a Fellow of the American College of Nutrition (FACN) and holds two board certifications in clinical nutrition (CNS, and BCHN) and one in functional medicine (IFMCP). She is also on the faculty for The Institute for Functional Medicine helping to promote the importance of healthy digestion.

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Dr Liz Lipski PhD

Fit to Succeed episode: Healthy digestion

Along with a brief discussion about the 25-year history of her best-selling book, and the updated release of the 5th edition of Digestive Wellness, Dr Lipski shares some really practical tips on how to manage some of the most common digestive complaints.

  •  3.20: Dr Lipski’s motivation to specialise in digestive health
  • 10.56: When in doubt, begin in the gut
  • 14.58: How to recognise external symptoms of gut imbalance that may not be easily connected to the gut
  • 18.49: Potential causes and solutions for managing bad breath
  • 21.54: Potential causes and solutions for managing gastric reflux (heartburn)
  • 28.52: Potential causes and solutions for managing gas and bloating
  • 35.30: Potential causes and solutions for managing constipation
  • 40.42: The importance of the gut bacterial population to digestive health

Dr Lipski’s websites:

https://innovativehealing.com/  www.digestivewellnessbook.com

www.artofdigestivewellness.com is an online video course

Connect with Dr Lipski on social media:

 @liz.lipski

 @lizlipski

 @lizlipski

Dr Lipski’s books:

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Digestive Wellness for Children: How to Stengthen the Immune System & Prevent Disease Through Healthy Digestion by [Lipski M.S. C.C.N., Elizabeth]

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Hormonal health and weight management – Episode 34 with Reed Davis

Summary:

In this first episode of the new series, Reed Davis provides a fascinating discussion around hormonal health and key principles for managing our health and wellbeing, especially in managing body weight. He discusses the importance of an individualised approach and how hormonal imbalance can lead to weight gain.

Guest biography:

Reed Davis, Holistic Health Practitioner (HHP) and Certified Nutritional Therapist (CNT), is an expert in functional lab testing and holistic lifestyle medicine.  He is the Founder of Functional Diagnostic Nutrition® (FDN) and the FDN Certification Course.  Reed served as the Health Director and Case Manager at a Wellness Center in So. California for over 10 years and now teaches the FDN Course with over 2500 trainees or graduates in 50 countries.  Today, Reed is known as one of the most successful and experienced clinicians in the world, having provided functional lab assessments to over 10,000 clients.  Reed is also a Clinical Advisor for BioHealth Laboratories and lives in the US, teaching the FDN Certification Course and helping his graduates build robust private practices.

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Website: www.functionaldiagnosticnutrition.com

Episode content: Hormonal health and weight management

In this episode with Reed, we discuss a wide range of vital topics in regards to hormonal health:

  • 1.35 – What is Functional Diagnostic Nutrition?
  • 4.45 – Reed defines the acronym DRESS for success
  • 8.34 – The importance of the root cause in preference to relying on symptoms alone
  • 15.47 – Accessible tools for health and fitness professionals to monitor client health
  • 24.50 – What factors are the top priority in managing body weight? Calories? Hormonal health?
  • 33.45 – Which hormones are commonly out of balance in the overweight/obese?
  • 38.02 – Cortisol as a catabolic hormone may still, counter-intuitively, impact weight gain

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Connect with Reed on social media:

Reed Davis, or his organisation, Functional Diagnostic Nutrition, is available on a range of social media, please click the links below to connect.

 Facebook @FunctionalDiagnosticNutrition

 Instagram @fdntraining

 Twitter @FDNtraining

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Performance supplements for health and exercise – Episode 32 with Dr Keoni Teta

Summary

The health and fitness space is constantly being bombarded with one supplement after another! Are performance supplements really necessary? Where does diet fit in with the whole nutritional picture? What supplements should I take? If you have asked yourself any of these questions, then this episode with Dr Keoni Teta is for you.

Guest Biography

Dr. Keoni Teta ND, is a naturopathic physician, acupuncturist and expert in the science and application of exercise and nutrition as it relates to fat loss.  His medical training was completed at Bastyr University. He is a contributing writer for Natural Triad Magazine and The Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients. Keoni is a co-author of The Metabolic Effect Diet and Lose Weight Here, a contributing author in The Textbook of Natural Medicine, and Integrative Sexual Health. Dr Keoni is also a co-founder of the fat-loss and lifestyle company Metabolic Effect. He also co-hosts a weekly podcast called The Well Man’s Podcast.

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Dr. Keoni Teta N.D.

Website: naturalhealthprescriptions.com

Episode content: Performance supplements for health and exercise

In this episode on the role of performance supplements in health and exercise, we cover some important ground including:

  • the role of diet versus supplements in the journey to good health
  • principles that govern the use of effective supplementation
  • fundamental principles for choosing good quality supplements on the market today
  • which supplements may need universal application today
  • supplements that benefit athletes and help boost performance
  • go-to supplements for muscular development
  • precautions related to a supplementary health or exercise strategy

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Connect with Dr Keoni on social media:

Facebook @keoniteta

Instagram @keoniteta

Twitter @KeoniTeta

Books by Dr Keoni

Bonus video:

Dr Keoni also recorded a short bonus quick-fire question round on issues related to the longer interview on supplementation. Enjoy this additional extra content.

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Stress and metabolism reset with Dr Alan Christianson – Episode 30

Summary

Low energy? Stubborn body fat? Low tolerance? Poor immunity? These are some of the common symptoms resulting from problems with stress and metabolism. Leading naturopathic doctor,  Alan Christianson joins us on the Fit to Succeed podcast to share a few vital principles from his 2 best-selling books. He helps to provide a few fascinating answers!

Guest Biography

Dr Christianson is a certified Naturopathic doctor and the founder of the Endocrine Association of Naturopathic Doctors. He has been running his integrative health clinic since 1996 and has become a renowned name in the field of natural hormonal health and wellness, with more specific specialization in thyroid and adrenal disorders. He is the author of the 4 books, including the New York Times bestselling book, The Adrenal Reset Diet (2015), and his latest publication, the Metabolism Reset Diet (2019).

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Dr Alan Christianson

Website: drchristianson.com

Episode content: Stress and metabolism reset

In this episode, we discuss many topics including:

  • the difference between adrenal fatigue and adrenal reset
  • how chronic stress impacts hormonal balance
  • symptoms of faulty daily cortisol rhythm
  • difference between overfat and overweight and the associated health risks
  • the role of the liver and thyroid in metabolic health
  • recognisable symptoms of metabolic damage
  • helpful strategies to support health improvement

If you enjoy this episode, then please rate the show and share it with your friends so they can benefit from this free expert information. Your comments and feedback are always welcome. Please subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or the video series on YouTube so you will receive each update immediately upon release. You can also find more engaging expert interviews by visiting our podcast library.

Connect with Dr Christianson on social media:

Facebook @DrAlanChristianson

Instagram @dralanchristianson

Twitter @DrAChristianson

Published books

In this episode we refer often to 2 of Dr Alan’s books. You can learn more about these by following the linked images below.

Bonus video

Dr Alan was a great sport and also recorded a short taster video. Here are a few quick-fire question and answers to give you a brief flavour of what we discussed in the full interview above. Enjoy.

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The rise of vegetarianism – Episode 27 with Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride

Summary

Choosing a plant-based, vegan or vegetarian diet is increasing in popularity. This is a stark contrast to the modern, toxic, processed food society we live in. But is simply switching to plants foods the answer? Or is there more to consider with regards to the rise of vegetarianism? Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride explains more about vegetarian diets in this clear and forthright interview!

Guest Biography:

Dr Natasha Campbell-McBride is a medical doctor with two postgraduate degrees: Master of Medical Sciences in Neurology and Master of Medical Sciences in Human Nutrition. She graduated as a medical doctor in Russia. After practising for five years as a Neurologist and three years as a Neurosurgeon she started a family and moved to the UK, where she got her second postgraduate degree in Human Nutrition.

Dr Campbell-McBride is a keynote speaker at many professional conferences and seminars around the world. She frequently gives talks to health practitioners, patient groups and associations. Dr Natasha has written and published 3 books, Gut and Psychology Syndrome, Put your Heart in your Mouth, and Vegetarianism Explained.

Website: www.doctor-natasha.com

Episode content: Rise of vegetarianism

In this episode, we discuss a number of principles about the rise of vegetarianism contained within her book, Vegetarianism Explained, including:

  • the current prevalence of vegetarianism in our society
  • the key differences between the digestive tracts of herbivorous animals and humans
  • the role of animal foods and plant foods in the human diet
  • concerns around processed foods, whether animal or plant-based in origin
  • how the natural human senses should guide our food intake
  • some important considerations when adopting a vegetarian diet

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Connect with Dr Natasha on social media

Facebook @GAPSDrNatasha

Twitter @GAPSyndrome

Episode links

During the episode, Dr Natasha spoke of a charitable foundation that provides a large amount of free information. Visit the Weston A Price Foundation website.

Books

Dr Natasha has written 3 books that you find out about and purchase by clicking the book covers below:

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Bonus video

Dr Natasha also recorded a short quick-fire question round with us to provide some quick thoughts and ideas about the subject of vegetarian diets. Enjoy.

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Modern diets, gluten intolerance, and autoimmunity – Episode 23 with Dr Tom O’Bryan

Summary

Did you know that our modern diets, gluten intolerance, and autoimmunity are all linked! Have you ever experienced any kind of negative reaction following food intake? Do certain foods cause itchy mouth, sneezing, bloating, discomfort, gas, or bowel upset? Do you ever feel irritable, moodiness, fatigued, sudden drops in energy, or mental fogginess? All of these symptoms and more could be signs of food sensitivity, especially to wheat, gluten, dairy or sugar.

Episode 23 features world leading wheat/gluten and autoimmunity expert, Dr Tom O’Bryan. Not only a well of knowledge on the subject, Dr Tom is also an excellent speaker and has a unique way of teaching this vital health information in memorable ways. Given a little freedom to roam during the interview, Dr Tom also drops in a few fascinating facts or ‘truth bombs’ on a few other important health topics such as fertility and brain health.

Biography

When it comes to getting healthy, Dr. Tom O’Bryan’s goal for you is ‘Making It Easy to Do the Right Thing’. As an internationally recognized, admired and compassionate speaker focusing on food sensitivities, environmental toxins, and the development of autoimmune diseases, Dr. Tom’s audiences discover that it is through a clear understanding of how you got to where you are, that you and your Dr. can figure out what it will take to get you well.

Dr. O’Bryan is considered a ‘Sherlock Holmes’ for chronic disease and metabolic disorders, teaching that the underlying mechanisms that trigger the development of chronic disease are the key to health. He holds teaching faculty positions with The Institute for Functional Medicine and the National University of Health Sciences. His 2016 ground-breaking book, The Autoimmune Fix, won the National Book Award and ranked first in several categories on Amazon. The book outlines the step-by-step development of degenerative diseases and gives us the tools to identify our disease process years before the symptoms are obvious.

Dr. O’Bryan’s latest book ‘You can Fix your Brain’, published in Sep 2018, will no doubt be a great success.

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Dr Tom O’Bryan, Gluten expert

Episode content: Modern diets, gluten intolerance, and autoimmunity

During the engaging interview you will learn about:

  • the fascinating back story that led Tom O’Bryan into the health space to become a functional medicine practitioner.
  • the importance of zinc for fertility and how processed grains and gluten sensitivity could interfere with absorption.
  • how the body develops a gluten sensitivity to wheat or other grains.
  • the difference between Celiac disease and non-celiac gluten intolerance.
  • is eating a grain-free diet, such as the paleo diet, good for health?
  • do grains need to be removed from the diet?
  • why are oats, that are technically gluten-free, often labelled as an allergenic food?
  • a review of Dr Tom’s latest and exciting book about improving brain health.

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Website: www.thedr.com

All of Dr Tom’s programmes, documentaries, courses (including those mentioned during the podcast), and other helpful content are available on his website.

Connect with Dr Tom on social media

Facebook @thedr.com.english

Twitter @theDr_com

Instagram @dr.tomobryan 

Bonus video

If you are looking for a quick taster on what is discussed in this podcast and some extra quick tips from Dr Tom, then watch this short 5 minute video.

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Calories hormones and metabolism work together in weight loss – Episode 22 with Dr Jade Teta

Summary

What is the best solution for weight loss? Calorie reduction? Speeding up metabolism? Or controlling hormones? Dr Jade Teta addresses all of these issues in this fascinating interview. He asserts that calories hormones and metabolism are physiological factors that actually work together in successful control of excess weight and body fat reduction. This interview will no doubt become an instant classic in the Fit to Succeed series!

Biography

Dr Jade Teta is a highly experienced personal trainer of over 25 years. He has produced numerous video-based workouts that are used by hundreds of thousands all over the world. Jade has a degree in biochemistry and is a qualified physician. Despite his speciality in natural medicine, he has been called everything from a “quack” to a “witch doctor.” Regardless, the choice to go into the field of alternative medicine is described by Jade as being a ‘conscious and deliberate one’.

Dr Teta specialises is in a subset of medicine called naturopathic medicine. If you compare him to your family doctor, but instead of using drugs and surgery first (many know little about diet and exercise), Dr Teta chooses to use drugs as a second choice over other natural remedies and behaviours. He is also an expert in nutrition, exercise and supplementation. Jade describes his speciality as ‘integrative endocrinology.’ This is the study of hormones & metabolism. The integrative part just means that he combines and balances both conventional and alternative methods. Most of Jade’s career has been focused on helping the most difficult metabolic cases to successfully achieve effective weight loss.

Episode content: Calories hormones and metabolism:

Episode 22 with Dr Jade covers a range of intriguing topics that help to cut through the science and offers clear actionable information, including:

  • The general role of calories hormones and metabolism in weight management
  • What impact do hormones play in the body weight control?
  • Is calorie reduction more important than insulin control in weight loss?
  • The role of insulin (blood glucose) and cortisol (stress response) in the weight management battle
  • The dual nature of oestrogen in fat burning and in fat-storing
  • How the female menstrual cycle alters female metabolism

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Connect via social media / internet

Website: www.jadeteta.com

Podcast: The Jade Teta Podcast – Mind, Muscle, Metabolism

Facebook @jadeteta

Instagram @jadeteta

Twitter @jadeteta

Bonus video

If you are short on time and still want to get a sense of what was discussed in this interview, then this short, 4-minute quick-fire interview still offers some great insights and tips into managing calories hormones and metabolism.

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