Connecting you with world-leading experts in performance nutrition and the latest evidence-based research to bridge the gaps between performance domains of athlete health, fueling for sport, recovery, and mindset.
The Performance Nutrition Podcast brings you in-depth conversational interviews with expert PhDs, doctors, athletes, researchers, strength and coaches to share their research, insights, and stories to inform your practice and take your game to the next level.
S4E15 // Nutrient-Exercise Timing & Fasted Exercise w/ Dr. Rob Edinburgh, PhD
In Season 4, Episode 15 Dr. Marc Bubbs interviews expert physiologist Rob Edinburgh, PhD whose area of interest includes meal timing and exercise to discuss…
3:00 – Rob’s background in nutrition and research
5:15 – Review of energy balance: energy intake and expenditure
6:10 – What is metabolic health?
13:15 – Effects of skipping breakfast (versus eating breakfast) on exercise adaptations
17:30 – Energy balance over a 24-hour period in breakfast vs. skipping breakfast
21:30 – How does intensity training impact the results of the study?
23:30 –How does ‘breakfast timing’ impact exercise adaptations in overweight and obese individuals
28:30 – Meal + exercise interactions - acute responses to exercise
31:40 – Metabolic benefits of exercising in the fasted-state (in healthy people)
36:30 – The main pathways via which exercise supports better health: AMPK, PGC1-alpha
42:30 – Energy Balance: weight loss and health vs. performance
45:45 – The use of intra-muscular triglyceride during fasted exercise
50:00 – How context is key when it comes to breakfast vs. ‘no breakfast’
53:00 – The evolution of research in this area
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S4E14 // Dental Health & Impact on Athlete Performance w/ Dr. Dominik Nischwitz, DDS
In Season 4, Episode 14 Dr. Marc Bubbs interviews biological dentist Dr. Dominik Nischwitz to discuss…
SUMMARY OF EPISODE
3:00 – Dr. Dome’s background in dentistry and nutrition
4:50 – Weston A. Price’s influence on Dr. Dome’s nutrition philosophy
10:28 – Why athletes have high incidences of cavities and dental issues
13:30 – How often should athletes brush their teeth?
18:10 – Gingivitis and rates of infection in athletes
23:35 – Dr. Dome’s tips for athletes to maintain good oral health
40:30 – The importance of saliva and salivary flow rate on health and immunity
42:20 – Natural support for stomach acidity
44:00 - Connection between dental and overall health
S4E13 // MMA Fight Island – Physical Demands, Hydration & Weight-Cutting w/ Dr. Reid Reale, PhD
In Season 4, Episode 13 Dr. Marc Bubbs interviews Dr. Reid Reale, PhD, Performance Nutrition Manager at the UFC’s Performance Institute in Shanghai, China.
3:30 – Reid’s background exercise science and nutrition
4:00 – Physical demands of MMA and competition format
7:45 – Resting metabolic rate (RMR) in adolescent athletes
9:45 – Performance testing at the elite MMA level
15:00 – Transportable RMR devices; worth the price?
17:40 – Academy vs. professional MMA fighters
21:30 – The current evidence-base for MMA fighters
23:40 – How to think about weight-cutting: what can you manipulate?
28:00 – Energy intake leading up to weigh-in
32:40 – Use of water-loading protocols to make weight
35:40 – Hydration testing methods – general to more specific
41:10 – The evolution of research in MMA
S4E12 // Sacred Cow: The Case for (Better) Meat w/ Diana Rodgers, MS, RD
In Season 4, Episode 12 Dr. Marc Bubbs interviews Diana Rodgers, MS, RD dietician and nutritionist living on an organic farm and co-author of the new book and film Sacred Cow that discusses why well-raised meat is good for you and good for the planet.
SUMMARY OF THE EPISODE
3:00 – Diana’s background and journey into nutrition
5:15 – Dietary patterns of hunter-gatherer societies around the world
8:45 – The mid-Victorian dietary shift and consequences for health
11:15 – Is meat consumption increasing worldwide?
15:30 – The impact of industrial agriculture on the environment
17:15 –The water footprint of cattle
20:15 – Methane from cattle and carbon sequestration in the ground
23:15 – Deforestation and the impact of soy crops
28:30 – The environmental impact of chicken farming
33:00 – Antibiotic use in conventional farming and impact on human health
34:40 – Price comparison of beef burger vs. plant-based (Beyond Meat) burger
37:00 – The cycle of nature – life and death
39:20 – The challenges of writing Sacred Cow and creating the film
S4E11 // Weight-Cutting, Nutrition & Behaviour Change in Jockeys w/ Dr. Dan Martin, PhD
In Season 4, Episode 11 Dr. Marc Bubbs interviews Dr. Dan Martin, Ph.D post-doctoral researcher at Liverpool John Moore’s University and Performance Nutritionist in professional horse racing, Formula 1 racing and football. In this episode, Dan shares his research and insights into the current nutrition strategies and weight-making practices of professional jockeys and the risk of energy deficiency and low bone density and elite jockeys. Dan discusses how to influence athlete nutritional behaviours, how to deal with the influence of social media on athlete nutrition and the paralles between jockey nutrition and making-weight in Formula 1. Fascinating discussion, don’t miss it!
S4E10 // Creatine, Female Athletes & Applications in Concussion w/ Krissy Kendall, PhD
In Season 4, Episode 10 Dr. Marc Bubbs interviews Dr. Krissy Kendall, Ph.D lecturer in the School of Medical and Health Sciences at Edith Cowan University in Perth, Western Australia. Dr. Kendall's interests include physiological and performance adaptations to high-intensity interval training, dietary interventions to enhance the effects of physical activity, and methods of evaluating body composition. In this episode Dr. Kendall discusses the fundamentals of creatine, debunks common creatine myths, discusses applications for female athletes and novel applications for recovery from concussions. Fascinating discussion about all things creatine!
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Absolutely loved the podcasts Dr Bubbs. Good in-depth interviews on a variety of topics that will definitely help me with a wide range of my clients. I will keep my eyes peeled for your next updates.
Interesting and informative. Just what I needed to help take my triathlon running and training to the next level. Looking forward to the next podcast.