The Foundations of Nutrition Application

I was so pleased to recently be a guest on Leila Lutz's podcast, The Body Never Lies.

You can listen here or visit Leila's website here.

In this episode, we covered a lot of ground, including:
  • How is nutrition research done and what are its limitations
  • How do you look at research and translate it
  • How much study is done on women
  • Who is research done on
  • Research in practice in the clinic
  • Genetic predisposition for body types
  • The importance of lifestyle factors
  • Treating the whole person
  • What is an athlete and when does sports nutrition apply
  • Popular diets like Keto, IF
  • The importance of food diaries
  • Helping our kids be in tune with their bodies
  • When in the day are we best to eat?
  • The foundation of nutrition is mitochondria
  • Anti-aging is about creating more mitochondria
  • Timing eating with training
  • The myths of carbohydrates
  • The myths of caloric deficits
  • Basal Metabolic Rate
  • Losing weight healthily
  • Losing weight for competition for athletes and not compromising performance
  • Metabolic slow down that happens with chronic low a,b,c diets
  • Why one size fits all doesn’t work
  • Safe calorie restriction for weight loss
  • Statins and mitochondrial damage
  • Genetics and Epigenetics
  • Different body types and what sports suit them