Mar 3rd 2017
Mike chats about his book, The Sweet Potato Diet.
4 years in the making it is more than a diet book, it tackles many different aspects of nutrition.
Based around Mike's successful carb cycling approach to fat loss, Mike tells us why people will find the information valuable whether trying to lose fat or just improve health.
He explains the three types of carb cycle available and why he chose the sweet potato as his main carb source of this book.
Feb 17th 2017
Shawn Baker M.D. completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Texas in Austin. He graduated with honours from Texas Tech Medical School and completed his Internship and Orthopedic Surgery Residency at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston.
His lifelong passion for athletics and strength training has resulted in numerous state and national weightlifting records and a semi- professional rugby career.
As a 50+ athlete who is still breaking records, Shawn has an unusual view on what it takes to stay young and still perform at an elite level.
With a 772lbs deadlift under his belt and the World record for 500m row in the 40-49yr age group at 1.16.5, Shawn shows us how its not just strength but also fitness that can be optimised using some simple principles.
Feb 14th 2017
Robb Wolf joins us today to talk about what he has been up to since his first book, The Paleo Solution, was released in 2010.
We discuss his new book, Wired to Eat which is due of release soon and get an over view of what it brings to the table.
Neuro regulation of appetite
Professor Susan Masino from Trinity College joins us today to talk about metabolism and brain health.
We discuss her 20+ years in research and how she come to find the ketogenic diet as a major player in the improvement of brain issues such as epilepsy, autism etc.
We talk about why small stresses can cause cognitive issues
How reducing pH in brain cells improves certain conditions
Dec 29th 2016
Greg Hammond re-joins me today to talk about his personal training and nutrition goals and I give my opinion on what would give him the biggest bang for his buck.
We talk about how to asses your real energy output
Why using online macro calculators are probably a waste of time
How to split your training and what to do to improve your weak areas.