Learn how different metabolic pathways are affected by training in a fed state vs fasted state. Pick up a copy of my bestselling book Live Like an Athlete on Amazon for more of the best tips and tricks I used to lose 75 lbs.
Brian Sanders is the host of the Peak Human Podcast and the creative force behind Food Lies, a full-length documentary film about the sketchy science surrounding the original dietary guidelines and the epidemic of obesity and chronic disease that followed. Brian has tirelessly researched the subject and interviewed the top leaders in nutrition to share the most up-to-date science behind what we should be eating for our health. To support the film you can pre-order a copy and more at foodlies.org
As a nurse and amateur CrossFitter, Katie Schaapveld didn’t always eat the best until she gave herself the challenge of taking her lunch to work every day for a week. The idea that a clean eating lifestyle should also be simple became the driving force behind the creation of The Honest Skillet. Hundreds of blog posts and recipes later, she released The Honest Skillet Cookbook, a practical guide for those needing meal ideas that are easy to make,while remaining nutritious and delicious! For more information or to pick up a copy now visit thehonestskillet.blog
This week’s guest, Peter Bilarczyk is known online as The Fat Adapted Athlete. We dive into the science behind why a low-nutrient ketogenic diet is no better than a Standard American Diet (SAD). Plus, Peter shares his best tips to break a weight loss plateau by making simple changes to your training and nutrition program. For more info, visit alldietsfail.com