2 hr 30 min

EP 94 — Kris Buchanan: From Olympic Athlete to Serious Illness to Whole Food Restaurant Living 4D with Paul Chek

    • Alternative Health

Even athletes who achieve their greatest goal of competing in the Olympics can fall hard healthwise after their careers end due to a lifetime of unhealthy eating habits.
Former Olympian Kris Buchanan shares her story from rise and fall to recovery and opening her GOODONYA Organic restaurant in Encinitas, Calif., in this foodie Living 4D conversation. 
Just for Living 4D listeners, try Kris’ HYDRATE, a certified organic electrolyte powder, and save 15 percent by using the promo code goodonyapaul at checkout.
Follow Kris and GOODONYA on Facebook and Instagram.
Show Notes
Kris thanks Sean Croxton for saving her life from a health crash. (7:44)Choosing organic foods is just a starting point. (17:11)How elite athletes were taught food is fuel: Eight McDonald’s pop-up restaurants fed some 10,000 athletes during the 1996 Olympics. (30:58)Did you know stevia was banned by the FDA until major food companies created their own versions? (45:09)“I’m dogmatic about not following a dogmatic diet. We’ve been yelled at every day by vegans for 20 years, and I’m over it.” (1:09:33)The myths about canola oil. (1:12:38)Electrolyte drinks: A symbol of everything that’s wrong with processed foods in one bottle. (1:34:32)The number one question Kris gets asked as a nutritionist: Can you go to the grocery store with me? (1:46:59)Is eating organic/biodynamic foods really cheaper and affordable in the long run? (1:53:35)The nocebo effect. (2:09:27)“Education is the only way you can learn how to live.” (2:17:11)Kris’ Coca-Cola tattoo on her ankle is a constant reminder about her journey to better health. (2:22:30)Resources
Sweet Misery: A Poisoned WorldThe Power of One by Bryce CourtenayThe Soil AssociationPaul’s Living 4D conversation with Michael JuddBeating The Food Giants by Paul StittYour Body’s Many Cries for Water by Fereydoon BatmanghelidjThe Living Soil and the Haughley Experiment by Lady Evelyn Barbara BalfourThanks to our awesome sponsors: Organifi (save 20 percent on your purchase by using the code CHEK20 at checkout), Paleovalley (save 15 percent on your purchase by using the code chek15 at checkout), CHEK Golf Performance Specialist Online Training Program (save $100 on our course at checkout with this first access discount), BiOp
Thanks to our awesome sponsors:
CHEK Institute/PT3.0
Paleovalley chek15
BiOptimizers PAUL10
Cymbiotika L4D15
Organifi CHEK20

We may earn commissions from qualifying purchases using affiliate links.

Even athletes who achieve their greatest goal of competing in the Olympics can fall hard healthwise after their careers end due to a lifetime of unhealthy eating habits.
Former Olympian Kris Buchanan shares her story from rise and fall to recovery and opening her GOODONYA Organic restaurant in Encinitas, Calif., in this foodie Living 4D conversation. 
Just for Living 4D listeners, try Kris’ HYDRATE, a certified organic electrolyte powder, and save 15 percent by using the promo code goodonyapaul at checkout.
Follow Kris and GOODONYA on Facebook and Instagram.
Show Notes
Kris thanks Sean Croxton for saving her life from a health crash. (7:44)Choosing organic foods is just a starting point. (17:11)How elite athletes were taught food is fuel: Eight McDonald’s pop-up restaurants fed some 10,000 athletes during the 1996 Olympics. (30:58)Did you know stevia was banned by the FDA until major food companies created their own versions? (45:09)“I’m dogmatic about not following a dogmatic diet. We’ve been yelled at every day by vegans for 20 years, and I’m over it.” (1:09:33)The myths about canola oil. (1:12:38)Electrolyte drinks: A symbol of everything that’s wrong with processed foods in one bottle. (1:34:32)The number one question Kris gets asked as a nutritionist: Can you go to the grocery store with me? (1:46:59)Is eating organic/biodynamic foods really cheaper and affordable in the long run? (1:53:35)The nocebo effect. (2:09:27)“Education is the only way you can learn how to live.” (2:17:11)Kris’ Coca-Cola tattoo on her ankle is a constant reminder about her journey to better health. (2:22:30)Resources
Sweet Misery: A Poisoned WorldThe Power of One by Bryce CourtenayThe Soil AssociationPaul’s Living 4D conversation with Michael JuddBeating The Food Giants by Paul StittYour Body’s Many Cries for Water by Fereydoon BatmanghelidjThe Living Soil and the Haughley Experiment by Lady Evelyn Barbara BalfourThanks to our awesome sponsors: Organifi (save 20 percent on your purchase by using the code CHEK20 at checkout), Paleovalley (save 15 percent on your purchase by using the code chek15 at checkout), CHEK Golf Performance Specialist Online Training Program (save $100 on our course at checkout with this first access discount), BiOp
Thanks to our awesome sponsors:
CHEK Institute/PT3.0
Paleovalley chek15
BiOptimizers PAUL10
Cymbiotika L4D15
Organifi CHEK20

We may earn commissions from qualifying purchases using affiliate links.

2 hr 30 min