Alternative therapies to medications and surgeries is slowly becoming the norm for many healthcare professionals who have grown tired of the failure of mainstream medicine to adequate treat the chronic health conditions of their patients. For a Tulsa, Oklahoma-based osteopathic physician and functional medicine practitioner named Dr. Chad Edwards, Founder and Medical Director of Revolution Health and Wellness, he is constantly staying on the cutting-edge of research to help his most challenging patients find hope and healing. Dr. Edwards is the host of the Against The Grain Podcast (listen on iTunes) exposing the health implications of consuming culprit carbohydrates in your diet. One of his specific areas of interest is in the treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) using something called prolotherapy, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT), and ketogenic diets. Listen in as Jimmy and Dr. Edwards have an engaging conversation about this extraordinary work he is doing with his patients.
There’s a radical shift in thinking happening behind-the-scenes of many elite endurance athletes regarding the optimal nutrition for peak performance. What’s most fascinating about this movement is how many of these athletes are making a 180-degree change in their thinking about diet. For a Los Angeles-based Paleo-inspired Nutrition & Healthy Living Coach and keto-adapted Ironman triathlete and marathon runner named Nell Stephenson from Paleoista.com, the change she has made in the way she eats to fuel her body is like night and day. Nell has been a guest twice previously in Episode 399 and Episode 576 where we discussed her book Paleoista: Gain Energy, Get Lean, and Feel Fabulous With the Diet You Were Born to Eat. But now she’s back today to discuss how shifting to becoming a fat-adapted athlete has helped her win a couple of races and dramatically improve her race times. Listen in as Jimmy and Nell talk about this change that has happened in Nell, how the Paleo landscape has changed so much in the past few years that it’s become confusing, what it was like for her to start training and racing in a fasted/keto-adapted state, how many people are walking around sub-clinically sick and don’t even know it, and her upcoming 2-Day Women’s Workshop coming May 5-6, 2016. If you or someone you know is interested in ketogenic diets for athletic performance, then DON’T MISS this interview.
Perhaps you’ve gotten the bug to start lifting weights for the first time in your life and you find yourself inside one of those big gyms with equipment and free weights galore. What do you do? For most people, they start lifting without any regard to whether they are using good form or not leaving themselves highly susceptible to injury. You could hire an expensive personal trainer for $50-100 an hour to help, but even that isn’t automatically going to make sure you are doing the exercises the proper way. This was the concern of an exercise physiologist, nutritional scientist, biokinesiologist, and author named Rachel Straub from WeightTrainingWOI.com who decided to write a book about this topic with photo demonstrations of what not and what to do regarding most exercises entitled Weight Training Without Injury: Over 350 Step-by-Step Pictures Including What Not to Do. Listen in as Jimmy and Rachel talk about where people go wrong in their pursuit of fitness and how she helps fix the most common problems people experience.
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Danish health engineer and ketogenic breathing technique creator for treating cancer Misha Sakharoff is our guest today in Episode 1093 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show.” LISTEN AND DOWNLOAD AT ITUNES Cancer is a truly horrific disease that scares most people to their very core. Most people who get diagnosed with some form of… Continue Reading