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The Science of Nutrition Podcast

Dec 27, 2017

Alkaline water, health fad or necessity?

Alkaline water seems to have gained a lot of attention this last year in the health space, but what is it?

Today I am going to break down alkaline water and help you determine whether this newest health fad is actually something that you need to spend your money on. 

I also talk...

Dec 21, 2017

According to the latest research this generation of children is expected to live shorter lives than their parents, and that is a problem. We live in a world where we understand more than we ever have about the human body, medical treatment is improving, and we have greater access to exotic health foods.

If anything we...

Dec 19, 2017

Last week, I talked about the anti-aging benefits of resistance training. This week, I want to give you an introduction into the HOW.

Today’s episode will be a very quick primer into the major muscle groups of the body, the movements they perform, and how to train them.

I did my best to give some detailed...

Dec 18, 2017

Can you think yourself stronger? Some research suggests that we can.

Today I am going to talk about a study where researchers showed that people who just thought about lifting were able to prevent the loss in strength that came along with having their arm in a cast. The most remarkable part about if for me was that they...

Dec 15, 2017

With all of the rage these days attacking carbohydrates, I thought I would make a show talking about some of the positive attributes of this macronutrient.

Contrary to popular belief, carbs don’t make you fat, sick, and dumb; quite the opposite.

Tune into the show today to find out more.