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The Nutrition Science Podcast

Jul 12, 2018

High intensity interval training has gained massive popularity over the last decade and for good reason. I talked about the comparison of high intensity interval training and continuous exercise on episode #173 of the podcast.

It is a great way to get an effective workout in a limited amount of time. 

Unfortunately, I...

Jul 11, 2018

One of the beautiful things about nature is that it leaves clues. 

It can be an incredibly difficult feat to try to keep up with the plethora of nutrition research to figure out what foods are best and why you should be eating them. 

But today, I want to introduce you to some patterns with color that you may or may not...

Jul 5, 2018

Intermittent fasting has been one of the most popular health trends over the last few years and for good reason. It can be one of the most powerful health and fat loss tools in your toolbox. 

But just because a little is good, doesn't mean that more is better. 

Sometimes intermittent fasting can get taken too far...

Jul 4, 2018

Elimination of waste is one of the most important functions that your body needs to be able to carry out effectively in order to keep you healthy.

I am regularly amazed by the # of people that I speak to who have been chronically constipated with no relief. I am also appalled by the number of people who have also told...

Jul 3, 2018

Kombucha came hot on the scene these last few years and it has been marketed as an incredible elixir that is incredible for digestive health. 


But is this true? 


Today on the podcast, I am going to give you my take on kombucha and help you determine: 

1) If it is worth incorporating into your routine

2) How to tell...