035 – Hot Topics, Volume 4 (with Maria Emmerich)

Maria Emmerich is the author of several books in the realm of low-carb and ketogenic diets. Despite being active in sports as a child, she was always on the heavy side of the scale. At the time, she thought nothing of it, thinking perhaps that’s just how she was supposed to look like. She then studied science and nutrition which resulted to her questioning the American diet we’re all so familiar with. She has since strived to spread what she learned through authoring books and multiple interviews with experts across the internet.

Today, Maria talks about the ketogenic diet, her take on true fasting, why she likes to cook with crock pots, and the link between estrogenic foods and fiber.
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034 – Getting to know Jimmy Moore (and keto talk too), Part 1

nutrition-weight-loss-health-coachJimmy Moore is one of the most hardworking nutrition experts today. He’s able to balance maintaining multiple websites, writing books, and hosting podcasts and still have enough time for his family. Before all this, Jimmy was far from what anyone would consider a nutrition expert. He weighed over 400 lbs. and didn’t care about what he ate as long as it filled him up and tasted good.

Jimmy tried a lot of fad diets that only made his life miserable. It wasn’t until his mother-in-law gave him Dr. Atkins’ New Diet Revolution in January 2004 that he began to fully grasp the idea of what was keeping him from losing weight. He has since become one of the most popular names in the low-carb diet industry.

Today, Jimmy tells us his story, his many challenges, the events in his life that made him want to change, and the many advances in the ketogenic diet.
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033 – Tapping & EFT with Brad Yates

weight-loss-nutrition-health-coach-fitnessBrad Yates is a hypnotherapist, a Hollywood actor, and author of popular children’s books. He promotes the idea of Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), a form of hypnotherapy that makes use of tapping into one’s energy points. Despite being an actor, he took up hypnotherapy as a backup career for his family. Little did he know that he would find hypnotherapy as his true calling.
Today, Brad talks about the principles of EFT, its brief history, and the uses of tapping in our daily lives
“Self-sabotage is simply misguided self-love.” – Brad Yates
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032 – Hot Topics, Volume 3 (with David Sean)

In our previous episode, David Sean explained how to progress properly in the world of bodybuilding, the four ways the body burns fat, why women shouldn’t be worried about getting too bulky when lifting, and why he hates it when people crash diet. He also discussed why it’s important to have a long-term mindset when it comes to achieving your fitness goals. In our previous episode, David Sean explained how to progress properly in the world of bodybuilding, the four ways the body burns fat, why women shouldn’t be worried about getting too bulky when lifting, and why he hates it when people crash diet. He also discussed why it’s important to have a long-term mindset when it comes to achieving your fitness goals.
In volume 3 of our hot topic episode, we discuss the infamous chicken & broccoli diet, exercise routines and imbalances, various intense workouts, and why David says cheat meals can actually help you get leaner.
“No one really does the ‘chicken & broccoli’ in a sustainable way.” David Sean
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031 – Hot Topics, Volume 2 (with David Sean)

In our last episode, we introduced David Sean, a fitness and nutrition expert who also competed in Pro Physique competitions. He explained why it was easier to train men than it is women and why doing too much cardio will have negative effects on your body.

In volume 2 of our hot topic episodes, David talks about the different ways the body burns calories, the reason why women wouldn’t get bulky like men, the types of fat we should be eating more of, and why crash dieting just won’t work.

“Focus on the things you can do to control what your outcomes gonna be.” David Sean
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030 – Hot Topics, Volume 1 (with David Sean)

David Sean is a fitness and nutrition expert who has won his Pro Physique card several years ago. His business revolves around coaching people into not just losing weight, but also giving them expert advice when it comes to professional physique posing.

In volume 1 of our hot topic episode, David talks about metabolism and steady state cardio, why guys have it easier than girls when cutting fat, why the concept of “newbie gains” is real, and why he says cardio can actually make you gain fat.

“You just have to be a bit more specific when you get more advanced.” David Sean
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029 – The Metabolic Advantage with Benjamin Bikman, Ph.D.

nutrition-fitness-weight-loss-metabolism-health-coach-physicalBenjamin Bikman is an expert when it comes to all things related to insulin resistance. He became interested when he found out fat is actually an endocrine organ and that it also releases hormones. Needless to say, it shifted his interest into focusing on how the body adapts to fat tissue. He has several journal articles, book chapters, and presentations under his belt and is on course to finding out the many factors that promote insulin resistance outside of diet.

Today, Benjamin talks about his research and the results he got from his experiments, why he says what we know about insulin resistance and diabetes is outdated, and the impact he and his team’s research has on the future of healthcar

“The wonderful thing about being a scientist is I get paid to ask questions.” Dr. Benjamin Bikman
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028 – Low Carb Radiology with Dr. Mark Berger MD

weight-loss-fatty-liver-coaching-diabetesMany people wait for a serious disease to strike before they decide to adopt a healthier lifestyle. They wait until they are so sick and running out of options before they are finally open to making the much-needed changes in their lives.
With over 20 years of experience in the field of medicine, Dr. Mark Berger, has observed how people’s health deteriorate through the images that he is exposed to every day. This made him conscious about his own way of living; he realized that his addiction to junk food, candies, and soda was creating minor health issues for him as well. He decided to avoid these types of food and it led to a dramatic change in his life – he had more energy, it improved the quality of his sleep, and he was no longer plagued by migraines, which was something he had to live with for years.
This life changing event set him on a mission to empower more people to make tough health changes in their lives. By using imaging as an educational tool, Dr. Berger is able to let people know what is really happening with their health through his practice, Vitality Visions.
In today’s episode, he shares his insight about the effects of excessive sugar on our body and the benefits of maintaining a low carb diet. He provides us with some simple tips that can help make the necessary changes early on to prevent disease and improve the quality of their lives.
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027 – The Power of the Ketogenic Diet with Dr. Michael VanDerschelden DC

nutrition-fitness-weight-loss-health-coachThe Ketogenic Diet is a tried and tested method that has been used as early as the 1920s and 1930s. It is a popular topic that is being advocated by many health and wellness leaders because it delivers very beneficial results.
In today’s episode, Dr. Michael VanDerschelden, a well-known chiropractor and the author of The Scientific Approach to Intermittent Fasting, shares the relation of intermittent fasting and the ketogenic diet. Through his practice at the Bergman Family Chiropractic Center in Huntington Beach, California, he is able to help patients who have given up on traditional medicine to resolve their health issues.
Dr. VanDerschelden also shares his passion about nutrition and maintaining a healthier lifestyle through his YouTube channel, which has over 100,000 views to date. In this episode, he provides insights on intermittent fasting, the value of ketones, and the value of cycling ketosis to improve your quality of life.
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026 – Stretching, Mobility and Yoga with Christina McGrath

nutrition-health-coach-wellness-keto-low-carb-self-helpMany people want to live a healthy and active lifestyle, but few really understand what is needed to maintain it. Yoga Master, Christina McGrath, is a very active person and she realized early on that she needed to integrate something in her life to live the life she loves for a very long time. She soon found out that yoga was the solution that she had been looking for.
Christina has been practicing and teaching yoga for over 10 years. She is the owner of Swell Fit Living, which allows her to help people integrate yoga and clean eating into their lifestyle to reduce stress and increase energy. She also does sports massage and works with a lot of athletes in the U.S.A and New Zealand.
In today’s episode, Christina explains the benefits of yoga and how it can help increase mobility, which is one of the keys to maintaining a healthy and happy life. She shares practical and simple tips on how people can start their yoga journey.
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