Author, researcher, and clinical nutritionist Cliff Harvey (aka CliffDog) presents mainly nutrition, sometimes off-topic, interviews with guests, random musings, and nutrition, health, life & purpose tips.
Michelle Yandle - Health Coach - The Carb-Appropriate Podcast Ep.26
In this cast, Dr Cliff Harvey chats with Health Coach extraordinaire about what health coaching is (and isn't), how to tell a legitimate health coach from someone who is just an underqualified wannabe nutritionist, and the value of legitimate, credible health coaching in clinical practice.
Dr Simon Thornley - The Carb-Appropriate Podcast Ep.25
In this episode of the podcast, I chat with Dr Simon Thornley about the latest data on the associations between various interventions and their effects on COVID cases and mortality.
Simon Thornley MbChB, PhD is a medical doctor, biostatistician and epidemiologist. He is a senior lecturer at the University of Auckland.
Bob Lovell Kamulo - The Carb-Appropriate Podcast Ep.24
In this podcast I was honoured to sit down with mo pral (my brother/mate) Romani elder and leader of the Romani community in Aotearoa, Bob Lovell Kamulo.
We discussed the origins of the Romani people, how the term 'Gypsy' is a descriptor specifically for the Romani people (not a lifestyle choice), and that it's use by non-Romani people, especially for profit, is offensive.
Bob also tells some great stories and tales from a Rom perspective.
Enjoy, it's kushti rokker.
Dr Mikki Williden and Dr Cliff Harvey swapcast - The Carb-Appropriate Podcast Ep.23
In this cast I chat with Dr Mikki Williden all about holistic wellness and why we need to go beyond an arbitrary ideal of 'health' as a goal, and instead focus on creating a life of passion and purpose.
Drs Caryn Zinn, Mikki Williden, and Dan Plews - The Carb-Appropriate Podcast Ep.22
In this episode of the podcast, I chat with my colleagues, Drs Mikki Williden, Caryn Zinn, and Dan Plews about whether low-carbohydrate diets negatively impact hormone balance. It's commonly assumed that people (especially women) 'need' a certain amount of carbohydrate in the diet in order to preserve hormone levels and function. But the evidence suggests otherwise. It ended up being a great summary of the things that you should actually be focussed on. (Hint: carb content of the diet isn't usually one!)
Simon Thornley and Grant Schofield - The Carb-Appropriate Podcast Ep.21
A group of New Zealand academics has suggested a more moderate approach to our response to the COVID pandemic which they believe will lessen the long-term damage to health that would result from an extended lockdown. In this podcast, Dr Cliff Harvey discuss the rationale and reasons for their 'Plan B' approach with Professor of Public Health, Dr Grant Schofield and biostatistician and epidemiologist, Dr Simon Thornley.