Dr. Gabrielle Fundaro, CISSN, CHC, is a Renaissance Periodization coach, ISSN-certified sport nutritionist, and ACE-certified health coach. Dr. Fundaro combines her knowledge of nutrition and motivational interviewing techniques to promote intrinsic motivation and behavior change in clients to facilitate long-term weight management and healthy lifestyles.
She believes in the importance of a plant-based diet in addition to regular, enjoyable physical activity and cognitive exercises as part of a sustainable lifestyle, free from the chronic dieting mindset.
She has taught a variety of courses related to nutrition for performance and health, physiology, and macronutrient metabolism. In addition to her teaching experience, she has enjoyed the opportunity to share evidence-based recommendations in seminars, podcasts, and contributions to magazines such as Shape and Oxygen.
Dr. Fundaro is a former Assistant Professor of Exercise Science at Georgia Gwinnett College, and holds a PhD in Human Nutrition, Foods, and Exercise from Virginia Tech as well as a BS in Exercise, Sport, and Health Education from Radford University. She is currently completing requirements towards the Registered Dietitian credential as a participant in the Individualized Supervised Practice Pathway of the Dietetic Internship Program of the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.
In today’s conversation we covered:
Current State of Affairs on Gut Health and Gabrielle’s perspective Probiotic Research and how one-size-fits-all DOES NOT apply Just because it’s GOOD doesn’t mean it’s good for you Dietary Fiber and Microbe-accessible digestive carbies Plant-based vs. Meat-Based diets on Gut Health Busting some myths (Apple Cider Vinegar, Bone Broth, and Lectins)
The Good Gut Book by Justin and Erica Sonnenburg
The Dip by Seth Godin
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