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The Science of Nutrition Podcast

Nov 30, 2017

Today's episode is a follow up to yesterday's episode, now we are going to focus on pre-workout nutrition. 

We talk about 

  • Your body's needs before a workout
  • Why I DON'T recommend a heavy meal before exercise 
  • Fasted exercise
  • Suggestions for fueling up for training for different body types

Make sure you tune in to the...

Nov 29, 2017

One of the keys to getting the most out of your training routine is pairing that with a strategic nutrition strategy in order to optimize recovery and muscular adaptations. 

Today we are going to talk about:

  • What your body needs most during this post workout recover window and how to deliver that to your body in a...

Nov 9, 2017

Carbohydrates have become public enemy #1 recently and I am now frequently seeing posts of people on their health journey opting for extra butter in to replace any and all carbohydrate sources. 

Although I agree fully that processed carbohydrates should not be a part of a healthy diet, I am not sure I can get behind...

Nov 7, 2017

Eating well on the go can be challenging. Airports and gas stations are full of junk food (although this is getting better) and being away from home makes sticking to your normal nutrition and food prep routine almost impossible. 

But travel shouldn't interfere with making progress towards your nutrition and fitness...

Nov 1, 2017

Fat is bad right? Not quite. 

Despite all of the negative press, fat is actually a very important organ that helps to keep excess fats and sugars out of our blood stream and regulate our hunger and satiety signals along with our hormones. 

In this episode, I am going to present some interesting research from Harvard...