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Brent Pottenger, MD – “Thinkering” and Imagining the Future of Medicine (#19)

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Brent Pottenger, MD Dr. Pottenger is a physician at Napa State Hospital and completed med school at Johns Hopkins University (note: Brent was still in med school at the time of this recording). He also has a Master of Health Administration at University of Southern California (USC). In this episode we discuss: What an “epistomecrat” is Brent’s m=1/n=1 “thinkering” concept The importance of paying attention to individuals & biochemical individuality The possible routes to improving current healthcare practice Can we bridge the gap between prevention and medical treatment The best piece of advice Brent ever received Links & Resources Brent’s …

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SNR #17: Solo Show ~ Carbohydrate Confusion

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Episode 17: On this week’s show I’m flying solo, talking about carbohydrates. Low-carb versus high-carb debates. Problems with carbohydrate restriction. The therapeutic effect of low-carbing. And a lot more. Enjoy this episode? You might get some value from these… Subscribe to the mailing list Free Macronutrient Calculator Download the Baseline Rx Manual:

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SNR #14: Dean Dwyer ~ Why you’re not making progress & how to set yourself up for success

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Episode 14: Author of Make Shift Happen, Dean Dwyer, is on the show to talk about how to create habits that will set you up for success and create a life you love. Transcript of the Show Please Share To Activate the Download Link for PDF of the show transcript. [esll id=”68468425″ description=””] Thanks For Sharing ! [/esll] Dean Dwyer For the first 45 years of his life Dean was trapped in a body he could not change, stuck in a job he did not like and living a life he did not love. He has managed to design solutions to …

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SNR #13: Pedro Bastos ~ Should We Be Consuming Dairy?

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Episode 13: Pedro Bastos is a specialist researcher in the area of dairy consumption and human health. He comes on the show to talk about the consequences of consuming different types of dairy for different types of people. Guest Bio  Pedro Bastos Pedro Carrera Bastos is a Portuguese PhD candidate in Nutrition at Lund University, Sweden (under the supervision of Dr. Staffan Lindeberg, author of the Kitava Study) and holds an MSc in Human Nutrition and Post-graduate Diplomas in Clinical Nutrition, Exercise & Health and Functional Nutrition. Professionally he is Director of Education at NutriScience (a Portuguese education and consulting company), …

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SNR #12: Dr. Mike T. Nelson – Metabolic Flexibility & Performance-Based Fat Loss

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Episode 12: Exercise physiologist Dr. Mike T. Nelson is on the show to talk about his research on metabolic flexibility and the concept of performance-based fat loss. Dr. Mike T. Nelson Mike T. Nelson has spent more than a decade of his life learning how the human body works, specifically focusing on how to properly condition it to burn fat and become stronger, more flexible, and healthier. He’s has a PhD in Exercise Physiology. He holds a BA in Natural Science, and an MS in Mechanical Engineering (Biomechanics). He’s an adjunct professor and a member of the American College of Sports …

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SNR #10: Bill Lagakos, PhD – The Poor, Misunderstood Calorie

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Episode 10: Author of The Poor, Misunderstood Calorie Dr. Bill Lagakos comes on the show to discuss exactly why the calorie topic is so complex and confusing. Guest Bio Dr. Bill Lagakos I’ll let Bill introduce himself: I have a Ph.D. in Nutritional Biochemistry and Physiology with a focus on obesity, inflammation, and insulin resistance (here’s a list of my publications).  My blog is about energy balance; including everything from foods and dietary patterns to hormones and weight loss… calories proper.  I’m passionate about this field and I hope you enjoy the blog. Sometimes I think faster than I type, so …

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SNR #09: Laurent Bannock ~ Nutrition education, personalisation and periodisation

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Episode 9: Director of Guru Performance and one of the UK’s leading performance nutritionists, Laurent Bannock, is on the show to talk about nutrition education, personalised nutrition and how to periodize your nutrition. Transcript of the Show Please Share To Activate the Download Link for PDF of the show transcript. [esll id=”68468425″ description=””] Thanks For Sharing ! [/esll] Laurent Bannock Laurent is one of the UK’s leading performance nutrition practitioners. He is a Certified Sports Nutritionist (with Honours) with the International Society for Sports Nutrition (ISSN), as well as being on their advisory board & the UK Ambassador – Laurent is …

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SNR #08: Jose Antonio, PhD – Nutrient Timing, High-Protein Diets & Supplement Myths

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Episode 08: Chief exec of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, Dr. Jose Antonio, is on the show to talk about nutrient timing, high-protein diets and supplementation myths. Dr. Jose Antonio Jose Antonio, Ph.D. FISSN FNSCA CSCS is the CEO and co-founder of the International Society of Sports Nutrition (www.theissn.org). He gives an occasional talk, writes a bit, and can read your mind (but only after consuming copious quantities of coffee). Dr. Antonio is an Assistant Professor of Exercise and Sports Science at Nova Southeastern University in beautiful South Florida and an avid outrigger paddler. The International Society of Sports Nutrition …

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SNR #07: Sarah Doyle ~ Finding Happiness, Letting Go & Building a Better Life

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Episode 7: Sarah Doyle of The Better Life Project is on the show to talk about how we can find happiness, let go of things, build habits, reach our potential and start building a better life. Sarah Doyle   Sarah is the founder of The Better Life Project. She loves working with people to help them achieve their goals and loves the energy in a room when people experience that ‘light bulb’ moment. She’s not afraid to ask the tough questions and hold people accountable. She loves structure and finds comfort in knowing that she’s in control of her goals. Sarah believes that the best thing she has to …

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SNR #06: Amy Kubal ~ Overcoming an Eating Disorder & What it Teaches You

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Episode 6: Registered dietician Amy Kubal talks about her experience of living with an eating disorder and the lessons she has taken from it. Amy is part of the team at RobbWolf.com Amy Kubal Amy Kubal is a Registered and Licensed Dietitian specializing in the Paleo Diet and performance nutrition. She holds both Bachelors and Masters degrees in Food Science and Human Nutrition from Colorado State University. Amy works with both serious and recreational athletes as well as with individuals looking to improve their overall health and performance through diet and lifestyle. She is the consultant dietitian for Joe Friel’s TrainingBible …

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SNR #03: Brian St. Pierre – Carb Intakes for Health & Performance

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Episode 3: Brian St. Pierre of Precision Nutrition is on the show to talk carbs! What is a good intake for health and what’s a good intake for performance? Brian St. Pierre A Certified Sports Nutritionist as well as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Brian St. Pierre also holds a Master’s degree in human nutrition and dietetics. A clear communicator and generous mentor, Brian exudes enthusiasm for health and fitness in everything he does. As a student, Brian’s passion led him to Cressey Performance, where he worked as the high-performance athletic facility’s first intern, and subsequently as a strength …