This podcast is dedicated to helping those trying toenchance their life through nutrition, by providing information that cuts through the noise and 'big words' of the health, nutrition and fitness industry. Shorter episodes addressing relevant, real-world actionable topics relating to training and nutrition.
Ep 69. Phil Smith - real-world nutrition wisdom
In episode 69. I was lucky enough to be joined by Phil Smith (@sportplus_performance) who is Sports Nutritionist, with an athlete client focus as well as an assessor at Sports Nutrition Association.
Ep 68. What should vegan athletes eat?
This episode runs you through all the things you should be aware of as a vegan or something contemplating a vegan diet. As well as some practical ways you can navigate each potential draw-back and nutrient deficiency.
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Ep 67 - Australia's best nutrition plan? w/ @thebodybuildingdietitians
Hopefully, the click-bait title got you so I can open your eyes to a hugely underrated nutrition resource being the Australian Dietary Guidelines. What are they, why they're great and why you should be well across them if you're someone dishing out nutrition information?
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Ep 66. Non tracking muscle growth nutrition w Will Crozier
In episode 66 of the Macabolic Podcast, I was thrilled to be joined by elite level powerlifter and all-round good guy Will Crozier to discuss when and why a more relaxed non-tracking approach to muscle growth nutrition carries a lot of merits.
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Ep 65. RED-Sport or RED-'Everyone'? w The Sports Dietitian
In episode 65 of the Macabolic Podcast I was joined by Taylor Ryan (@the_sportsdietitian) to chat about LEA, RED-S and whether RED-S can and should be expanded beyond a sports nutrition scope, and if these two fascinating concepts deserve attention in non-athletic populations. We also speculate whether the terminology of RED-Sport is partly to blame.
Ep 64. Dr Gary Mendoza - behaviour change theory
'Nutrition nerdery' is exciting. But in the real world working with real people, applying basic nutrition theory to achieve consistent adherence is by far the biggest challenge I face as a practitioner.
My guest on episode 64 is Dr Gary Mendoza. He's the man who really exposed me to the psychological considerations and theory behind long-lasting weight loss nutrition interventions.
While a good chunk of this theory isn't anything new, I think the way Gary is applying it, could be the next big piece of the obesity puzzle and a bit of a silver bullet in long term diet success.
Find out more about Gary and his behaviors change workshops by visiting his website linked below.
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