This weeks guest has 15+ years of experience as a muscle expert, fitness author, entrepreneur and online coach. But recently, he's had a massive change in his paradigm that involves beating an addiction, taking full control of his life and business, and most importantly, a spiritual awakening. Welcome to the show our great friend, Frank Rich.Read More
This week’s guest has spent his life using his love for science and his love for fitness to get the MOST out of his body BUT still managing to keep it enjoyable. We all want a diet and training plan that is enjoyable and one that is easy to stick to, and that is EXACTLY what he offers his clients. He spent most of his life playing rugby, but it wasn’t until he moved to California that he really was able to find himself, give up his dream of playing professional rugby, end up on eleventy billion magazine covers, and of course, earn a PHD in cancer research. He’s smart, he’s beautiful, and he’s a good friend. Welcome to the show—Chris Spearman!Read More
Paul Carter is a strength hypertrophy coach and the founder of Lift-Run-Bang, an online coaching website. He has written for T-Nation, Muscle and Fitness, Flex Magazine, and Bodybuilding.com. Paul is also the co-author of "Maximum Muscle Bible” and has created countless hypertrophy programs in the last decade, one of which I thoroughly enjoyed which was his base building manual. Paul doesn’t hold back his opinions on everything from attempt selection on meet day and related strength sports and bodybuilding topics, to relationships, what it means to be a man in modern times, and how to develop meaningful relationships. Welcome to the show, Paul Carter.Read More
Frieda Teron grew up in a small border town in North Mexico and later attended St Mary's University in San Antonio, Texas. After graduating, she decided to pursue a dual MD phD degree by joining the University of Iowa Medical Scientists training program. She's currently working on her phD in neuroscience, studying epilepsy with a major goal of developing dietary therapies for patients have uncontrolled seizures. In her free time she enjoys strength training, cycling, and cooking. She has a passion for low carb nutrition and keep ketogenic therapies for health and wellness. She's fascinated by how our bodies work and she's always experimenting, trying to optimize her health.Read More
This week’s guest has passionately researched health and nutrition for years experimenting with “Body for Life”, Beach Body, South Beach, Mediterranean, Juice Fasting, Intermittent Fasting, Atkins, Veganism, Vegetarianism, Paleo, Keto and fasting before reaching the conclusion that health through nutrition can be achieved without a label or going on some extreme diet and/or exercise plan. She speaks from personal experience, not theories. Jessica Tye helps her clients create a realistic way of eating that takes into account their individual preferences, family, lifestyle, and budget. As a mom of five, she knows how challenging healthy eating can be. Jessica is approachable and extremely relatable. She works with her to transform their bodies AND their relationship with food, and we are honored to have her on today. Welcome to the show, Jessica Tye!Read More
Today we have Brett Lloyd, who is known as Thankful.Carnivore on Instagram. He also has really cool T shirts. Brett is a 58 year old musician. He's a promoter of carnivorous eating, and he's the embodiment of the phrase Meat Heals This 40+ year's of mental illness symptoms, depression, anxiety, insomnia. Brett learned about the Carnivore diet in time to transform every aspect of his life. He now spends his days promoting the Carnivore diet and sharing his personal stories and hawking meaty t's his carnivorous wife designs. We’re happy to have on the show today The Thankful Carnivore, Brett LloydRead More
Sarah Kleiner has been teaching and practicing yoga & meditation for the last 11 years, and is focused on creating paradigm shifts in the way that people use and view yoga & meditation. She originally found yoga and meditation during pregnancy as a way to relieve stress 11 years ago. When her daughter experienced a major regression and was diagnosed with autism at 15 months of age, yoga and meditation became the vehicles by which Sarah coped with a life that she did not plan for.
With over 7 years of teaching experience and 2,000+ teaching hours, Sarah focuses her work on making meditation and yoga accessible to all - especially those affected by trauma, stress and PTSD.
Sarah views meditation as “bicep curls for the brain”, and along with experiencing her own radical healing, she has witnessed thousands of people learn how to release stress and be more available and successful in their daily lives!
In 2018. Sarah created “Oxygen Mask Meditation”, an online parent support group that offers free guided meditations, yoga videos, a podcast and online & in person workshops dedicated to helping special needs parents and caregivers find healthy ways of coping with the chronic stress that comes along with special needs parenting. Welcome to the show, the carnivore yogi, Sarah Kleiner.
We're joined By Judy Cho from Nutrition with Judy. If you haven't seen her on Instagram, she puts out some awesome, awesome infographics and other information. Judy's gonna be a nutritional therapy practitioner in June. She's currently doing the NTP course. She has a psychology degree from the University of Cal Berkeley. She was a management consultant for over 12 years, advising corporate C suite level management on areas from successful project implementations to how to effectively streamline and change business processes. After traveling the world for her clients and constantly eating on the go, she noticed her health slowly began to decline, and she suffered for a major postpartum depression and struggled with disordered eating after her first child, which ultimately brought her to holistic nutrition. After healing, she found her calling in nutritional therapy, and she's adamant about serving both her Austin and remote clients to be their best self marrying nutritional science with psychology. Judy's a contributing author for an Austin mom blogger, and she's currently working on a carnivore book while finishing up her nutritional therapy school and taking care of two low carb boys under the age of five. Welcome to the show, Judy Cho.Read More
Jordan is a PHD, CSCS, CISSN. He's the director R&D at muscle sport and CEO of Archetype Supplements. He got his PDH in Nutrition from Texas Woman's University, his Master's in Applied Sports Nutrition from Northeastern University, and his bachelors in Exercise Science from the University of Tampa, and a 1635+ powerlifting total in the 198 pound class. Jordan has worked as a scientist and coach in both academia and the fitness industry since 2011. publishing over 100 scientific papers. formulating dozens of dietary supplements and working with over 1000 clients. His work has primarily been investigating methods to optimize body composition and athletic performance using and training, diet, and supplementation. His athletes include college and professional team sports athletes, elite body builders, and actors.Read More
This week I was alone, and I had a really cool conversation with @askthedentist . Mark Burhenne, DDS, knows that the mouth is the gateway to health in the rest of the body. He is the author of the #1 best seller, The 8-Hour Sleep Paradox, and is a practicing sleep medicine dentist in Sunnyvale, California. Dr. Burhenne has been practicing dentistry in the greater San Francisco area for over 30 years.
He is a TEDx speaker, and his advice regularly appears on media outlets like CNN, CBS, Yahoo! Health, the Huffington Post, Prevention, The Washington Post, and Men’s Health. This week, I had some audio issues on my end, apologies for that.
This week, we are joined by one of the biggest influences on our parenting and educational philosophies. We have stolen so much from this person, and we have recommended her to everyone for the last 7-8 years. She started this little facebook page about a decade ago (which has over 59k followers btw) and this was where we first started to get a peek into the life of a homeschooling family through conversations she would post, educational resources and her no holds barred, authentic nature. She has also had an amazing health transformation, so we are excited for her to share how nutrition played a role in her raising two amazing boys. Words cannot describe what this person means to us. Pay close attention because she’s about to blow your minds. No pressure. Welcome to the
show, Ana Martin.
Paul Oneid has a Master of exercise science & a Master of sports management, and is CSCS certified by the National Strength & Conditioning Association. Paul Works as a functional rehabilitation specialist and does online coaching for sports performance and powerlifting. Jay Nera is also CSCS certified and is the Owner and head coach at Dynamo Barbell and CrossFit OTown. Jay is the Former #1 ranked powerlifter in the world at 220 and member of the Canadian National bobsleigh team. He also has more gymnastics skills than people half his size, which is as impressive as his powerlifting totals. Welcome to the show, Paul Oneid, and Jay Nera.Read More
This week we are joined by Vivica Menegaz. She is a certified whole-food
nutritionist, health blogger, published author, a prominent thought leader in
ketogenic and paleolithic diet and lifestyle practices, as well as one of the world’s
leading voices for a food-based approach to healing.
She is the founder of the “The Healing Foods Method,” a 14-week online nutrition
program where she works 1-on-1 with clients to achieve breakthrough results in
their health by utilizing a therapeutic ketogenic diet for healing (keto paleo).
Tracing back to her Italian origins, Vivica is a passionate cook whose ketogenic,
paleolithic, and carnivore based recipes and nutrition advice have been shared
with millions through her blog “The Nourished Caveman.” She’s also the host of
“The Keto Paleo Life,” a video interview series where Vivica talks about innovative
health and diet practices with some of the industry’s most influential thought
leaders. She is known for being the first holistic nutritionist to successfully utilize a
ketogenic approach as the foundation to endocrine rebalancing, and we are super
excited to talk to her, welcome to the show, Vivica Menegaz.
This week’s guest went from living on red bulls and eating snickers to having butter in his coffee, bacon for lunch and managing his epilepsy with a ketogenic diet instead of medicine. We cannot wait for you all to hear his story, and how he used his condition to create the ketonix ketone breath meter as an alternative to the blood and urine strips. He is joining us from Sweden and we are excited to talk to him today, please welcome to the show, Michel Lundell.Read More
This week’s guest is well-known for her views on parenting and ideas including
‘Free Range Kids’, which is also the title of her book, and she is the president of Let Grow, a non-profit promoting childhood independence & resilience. She is not afraid to speak her mind about many topics, and that’s what we love most about her. She was previously a regular columnist for the New York Sun until 2008, and has done stints at NPR, Mad Magazine and the New York Daily News.
Currently most well-known for her show ‘World’s Worst Mom’; which is about training overprotective parents to give their children more independence, she has become both a provocative and stir-creating name with more attention than ever. She has also starred in the shows ‘Bubble Wrap Kids’, #nojoke and Penn & Teller. Today we will be talking about the silent killer in your pantry and why kids should wear leashes. I’m totally kidding. Strap in, because we are about to talk about one of the most controversial topics ever—parenting. Welcome to the show, America’s worst mom, Lenore Skenazy!
This week’s guest is Sylvia Tabor aka @biohackingchick on Instagram. She is a carnivore, health coach, former vegan, and biohacker. Sylvia loves self-experimentation and quantifying anything and everything, especially health and wellness. She puts together inspiring and informative posts about Carnivore and her own experiences on her Instagram, and we are so excited to speak to her today.Read More
This week’s guest went from being a yo yo dieter most of her life until she switched to a ketogenic diet in February of 2017. When she began eating intuitively, she was able to really tune into whether or not she was actually hungry, and be mindful of how she felt before and after consuming food. The key for her was tuning into how she felt physically and emotionally towards the food. Recently, she has quit her job to start her business and share what she has learned with anyone who could benefit, and today we will be discussing a very important topic with her—and that is mindful eating. Please welcome to the show, Katelyn Falcone.Read More
This is the 4th episode of our medical cannabis series, and today we are joined by Dr. Herve Damas. He is a physician, former professional football player for the Buffalo Bills, wellness director, professor of health and exercise science as well as strength and conditioning specialist. He am dedicated to promoting a lifestyle of prodigious achievement, healthy living and altruism. Dr. Damas is THE doctor of professional athletes —he holds a large client base of former professional athletes in South Florida, Orlando, and the Tampa Bay area. Additionally, Athletes for Care advocates for national drug policy changes and protocol changes for post career transitions of former athletes. Dr. Damas has been a featured keynote speaker at various events, where he has shared his extensive knowledge of cannabis and its healing potential, to help destigmatize the effects and share the benefits of this life-changing medicinal resource. Doctor Damas is widely known for his work with the Cannabis Clinicians of Colorado on a study that will evaluate the effects of CBD as a pain management tool for former elite-level athletes in sports including football, hockey, and basketball. Dr. Damas quickly realized he could help others heal with the knowledge and experience he gained by treating patients with medical marijuana and we are honored to have him on today. Welcome, Dr. Herve Damas!Read More
This week’s two guests run an Instagram, facebook, youtube & twitter where they share the latest ketogenic research, their favorite recipes, and answer all of questions about dietary fat, calories, fiber, and sweeteners. They also have a Live Q&A every morning at 9am on Instagram, and their Keto for Normies podcast where they have inspiring, in-depth conversations with other members of the low-carb community. KetoConnect has been publishing helpful resources, developing delicious recipes, and offering friendly advice to people striving to live healthier, happier lives since 2016 after they realized their results from the keto diet were too good not to share. They are two of our favorite people in this community and we are proud to call them friends. Welcome to the show, Matt & Megha from KetoConnect.Read More
This week’s guest has a YouTube with over 133,000 subscribers and he’s been putting out awesome content for at least 3 years that I know of. He was actually one of the first people we watched on YouTube when we first started keto in 2016. If I had to describe this person in 3 words, they would be: creative, passionate, and most of all, pure positivity. I’m proud to call him a friend, and at this point I feel like he’s a brother. Welcome to the show, Logan Delgado, aka goody beats.Read More