Brianna Stubbs is a British rower and research scientist who won two gold medals for Great Britain at the 2013 and 2016 World Rowing Championships. She was the youngest person to row across the English Channel when she completed the feat in 2004, at the age of 12. Her research is focused on the metabolism of ketones.
2:00 Introduction of Dr. Brianna
8:30 Why the study of ketones?
10:30 The history and evolution of exogenous ketones (EK)
15:15 EK for high performance athletes
17:15 Lean muscle retention and appetite suppression
18:00 Demystifying ketones, ketosis and fat burning
20:00 Can EK stop fat burning?
23:30 Support for EK and weight loss?
25:30 Brain function and EKs
27:00 Funding and conflicts
29:00 Evidence for EK for high performing athletes
33:30 Clinical evidence for EK
35:45 The cost of EK
38:00 Calories from ketones instead of sugar
39:30 More about Dr. Brianna