Have you been on a journey trying to find the easiest way to relating to food that doesn’t require a million recipe books, a phD in nutrition and a world of health problems to fix? Well, I think I’ve found it!!
You see, I think I’ve called myself fat for most of my life, but one thing I have not been prepared to do, is to sacrifice brain space by being totally consumed by food (well, not more than I am naturally!!) and diets and I’ve found Dr. Doug Graham in my search for answers to simplicity, JERF’ING (Just eat real food’ing) and a philosophy that doesn’t take rocket science to figure out when it comes to making the right choices at meal times.
Welcome to 80/10/10!! I had hear all about it, both positive and negative and I wanted to find out for myself! What is the logic behind this methodology and OMG … If there was ever a simple and straight forward way to look at food, I think this is it!!!
Now, I don’t have to call myself fat to get my head around self control, I can just 80/10/10!!
In Episode 7 of The Real Food Reel we begin a fantastic new series called “The Real Food Athlete”. The aim of this is to share with you the stories of success from athletes living and breathing real food.
We start The Real Food Athlete with none other than Scotty Farrell from the Sunshine Coast in Australia. It’s fitting that we start with Scotty as he is not only an amazing endurance athlete but a Triathlon Coach, soon to be Nutritionist and founder of “Natural Athlete”, which is all about discovering food and it’s relationship to performance in a wholesome, natural, nutrient dense way.
To learn more about Scotty, please check out www.naturalathlete.com.au and follow Scotty on Facebook and Instagram.
For the amazing smoothie recipe we chat about in the show, please click here.
Hit play to learn the practical application of real food for your training and racing success!
This episode begins with Jo sharing where she is at with her and her family’s health and GAPS journey, the ups and downs, and the importance of marking time while waiting for the gut to heal.
The discussion then turns to fats, and Jo and Leah are joined by a return special guest, Mark Follett. Mark explains how to identify healthy fats and the not so healthy ones, and how to incorporate fats into your diet. He also talks about how to get your body fat adapted, which means your body is able to use fats as an energy source. We discuss what this means for everyday people and sports people alike, what the benefits are for the family, for athletes, and for those in the workplace.
The insights that Mark offers are part of his own personal experiences and he makes reference both to research on the subject, and also to how it feels, and the practical, everyday benefits
If you are still confused about where fats fit into our diet, this episode will impart some knowledge and direction for personal research. Below are links to information that is discussed during this podcast:
-Dr Stephen Phinney and Co: http://www.artandscienceoflowcarb.com/research/
– Tim Noakes: http://originaleating.org/the-noakes-foundation/prof-tim-noakes
– Bitters: http://www.westonaprice.org/health-topics/abcs-of-nutrition/bitters-the-revival-of-a-forgotten-flavor/
Clint talks to us about his mindset and how he was able to shift from overweight to improving his diet and lifestyle. Aimee had numerous health issues – even as a personal trainer she struggled to feel well and energised. Aimee had to cope with constant pain and low energy. Over time Aimee became more engaged in the Paleo/Primal lifestyle and had noticed considerable improvement in her overall health. Now Aimee runs workshops and events teaching others about broths, gelatin, Paleo/Primal play and movement.
This week The Wellness Guys interview our very own rock star Chiropractor and Naturopath, the one and only Damian Kristof. You may think that over the past 184 episodes you have learnt everything there is no know about this dynamic health warrior but we promise that in this interview Brett and Laurence draw out a few gems that even they had never heard before. So tune in to hear more about Damian’s journey from humble beginnings to rock stardom and hear the nuggets of gold he has learnt along the way. To find out more about Damian (and his awesome cereal brand Forage) you can also check out his website www.foragecereal.com and his Facebook www.facebook.com/drdamiankristof.
It’s funny how the podcasts start. The Up For A Chat girls have a topic and then the topic takes them places they never expect. Today was no different. Cyndi is talking about her next adventure in creating a documentary and the steps she took from the initial thought to it now being a reality with top name health professionals from all over the world saying yes to an interview. From there Kim and Carren talk about the steps to making anything a success. Listen in and be amazed how a thought becomes a reality.
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Imagine doing a block of your local neighbourhood – let’s call it an 800m block – over and over and over again – for 7 weeks – 18 hours per day – 5649 times. Have a go at getting your head around that and you’ll no doubt have an enormous amount of appreciation for our guest today.
Grahak Cunningham won the 2012 Sri Chinmoy Self-Transcendence 3100 Mile Race in New York and he’s been crazy enough to run it four times. He’s the author of “Running Beyond the Marathon – Insights into the longest footrace in the world” and he joins us on 100 Not Out today.
Taking the leap of faith to follow your soul purpose in business is often fraught with self doubt and challenges your self belief. Business coach and mentor Nicolas Moras joins us as our special guest to help you see your worth in business.
So you’re living a Paleo Lifestyle and have experienced some great improvements in your health but you still know things could be better? Get ready because today’s show is for you. Our guest was no stranger to a myriad of common symptoms that many of us know a little too well including painful bloating, mild depression, caffeine dependency chronic fatigue and nagging injuries. We know that the solution always starts with food, but as it turned out that was only half the solution. Inspired by the huge improvement in the way he felt eating in line with the Auto Immune Protocol Christopher developed a voracious appetite for research and was empowered learning that contrary to what many doctors told him, genetics were not the only underlying root cause to his health concerns, and that the answers were really out there waiting to be discovered. Through management of diet, rest, exercise, stress reduction and supplementation Christopher has successfully achieved a new optimal level of health and fitness and was able to solve his health problems. Here today to help us learn more and benefit from his hard work, experience and research is Christopher Kelly from Nourish, Balance Thrive.
Links to the good stuff:http://www.nourishbalancethrive.com/http://instagram.com/nourishbalancethrivehttps://twitter.com/nourishbthrivehttps://www.facebook.com/nourishbalancethrive?fref=ts
For every 100 people who started the year off with big goals and dreams, the sad but stark reality is that 97% of them have given up by now. The remaining 3 people – who all listen to ITCM – bring a certain type of order and syntax to their days and lives, which Marcus & LT reveal in this engaging episode.