Podcast

Eat to Perform with Brad Dieter, PhD

May 31, 2018byBen Brown

If you’re interested in learning how to lose weight in the most effective and sustainable way possible, then definitely check out my podcast with Brad Dieter, Ph.D.   Brad is a trained exercise physiologist, molecular biologist, and biostatistician. He received his B.A. from Washington State University and a Masters of Science in biomechanics and Ph.D. […]

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Naked Sunbathing, Red Meat, and Ancestral Eating with Dr. Jack Wolfson

May 24, 2018byBen Brown

If you’ve struggled with cardiovascular problems or generally want to learn how to live a heart-healthy lifestyle, then check out my interview with Jack Wolfson, DO.   Dr. Wolfson is a board-certified holistic cardiologist who was sick and tired of seeing a revolving door of patients failing to get well from conventional pills and procedures. As […]

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Fitness, Nutrition, & Lifestyle Hacks for the Busy Dad with Brent Myers, DC

May 17, 2018byBen Brown

From joint health to better sleep and nutrition, you can actually hack your way to optimal health. Find out how by checking out my podcast with Dr. Brent Myers.   Brent is a chiropractic sports physician and owner of Myers Chiropractic and Functional Health in Asheville, North Carolina. In his practice, Brent combines chiropractic care, manual therapy […]

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How to Triage Your Nutrition with Shawna Curry

May 10, 2018byBen Brown

Are you struggling with weight gain, digestive issues, food sensitivities, or sleep problems? Find out how you can reclaim your health by checking out my podcast with Shawna Curry.   I’m not just trying to keep you alive. I’m trying to help you live this vibrant, richer life where you can do what you want […]

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How to Periodize Your Nutrition for Performance and Weight Loss with Jason Phillips

May 3, 2018byBen Brown

There is so much conflicting information regarding dieting. On the one hand, you’ve got diets touting the benefits of extreme restriction. On the other hand, you’ve got diets touting the benefits of no restriction, but an emphasis on calories and macros.   The fact is, so much of our diet culture is centered on fear-mongering. And that can ultimately […]

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Why Weight Loss Requires More Than Just Going Gluten-Free With Jennifer Fugo

April 26, 2018byBen Brown

If you’re experiencing bloating, digestive discomfort, brain fog and/or fatigue, then definitely check out my podcast with”Gluten Free Guru” Jennifer Fugo, MS, CHC.   Jennifer is a clinical nutritionist, wellness coach, yoga instructor, and the founder of Gluten Free School, a community where gluten-sensitive women discover simple, savvy, and empowering steps to get healthy.   […]

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The End of Dieting with Amy Pamensky

April 19, 2018byBen Brown

When it comes to losing weight, improving energy, or simply getting healthier, restrictive diets aren’t necessarily the best option. In fact, according to Amy Pamensky, they can often lead to feelings of defeat, frustration, and disappointment.   Amy is known as the Spiritual Nutrition. She helps women who are tired of dieting get out of […]

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Lean, Strong, Healthy, and Plant-Based with Karina Inkster

April 12, 2018byBen Brown

When you think of Olympic weightlifters, NBA players, or NFL players, you probably don’t immediately assume that they eat a vegan diet. But more and more athletes are trading in steak for tofu and tempeh. If you’re curious why or are interested in becoming vegan, then definitely check out my podcast with Karina Inkster.   A […]

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Learning to Eat Beyond Macros with Matt Walrath

April 5, 2018byBen Brown

You don’t have to go on a restrictive diet in order to get leaner, stronger or perform better. According to Matt Walrath, the real key to sustainable nutrition and faster results revolves around manipulating macros (protein, carbs, and fat).   We use macro-counting as our guide for figuring out what habits you need to shift.   Matt […]

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Training = Rehab with Charlie Weingroff, DPT

March 29, 2018byBen Brown

When trying to get healthy, often times movement or physical activity is the lowest barrier to entry and where most people find comfort getting started. However, beginning a training program is still a challenge. What should you be focusing on? What exercises are best for you? How can you prevent injury? You’ll get those answers […]

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