20 episodes

Performance nutritionist Jackson Long finds flow through conversations on evidence-based nutrition education for athletes, plant-based nutrition, meditation, exercise science, the flow state, and beyond to fuel bodies, minds, and adventure through good food and meaningful movement. Jackson holds a bachelor's degree in Integrative Physiology and a master's degree in Applied Nutrition.

In The Flow Jackson Long, MS

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.9, 30 Ratings

Performance nutritionist Jackson Long finds flow through conversations on evidence-based nutrition education for athletes, plant-based nutrition, meditation, exercise science, the flow state, and beyond to fuel bodies, minds, and adventure through good food and meaningful movement. Jackson holds a bachelor's degree in Integrative Physiology and a master's degree in Applied Nutrition.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
30 Ratings

30 Ratings

veganbeau ,

Super

I just started listening today after looking for new podcasts I could listen to. I’ve been through 3 episodes and each one has been amazing! I was a competitive ocr runner back in 2015 and loved it & I’ve been vegan for almost 2 years. Since getting back into long runs and competition next year I have been wanted to know more about what plant based endurance athletes eat and whatnot. This podcast is perfect for what I was looking for. Very informative 👍🏼👍🏼

Joshua_Douglas ,

The best podcast on nutrition and athletics

In this podcast, the host Jackson explores the most critical aspects of a healthy lifestyle from an athlete's perspective that is both scientifically objective and accessible to folks without a scientific background. This balance is perfect for folks who are trying to understand the complex and often conflicting world of nutritional science as it is portrayed to the public. His approach presents the nuances of the true science before zooming out and putting the results in context - namely, that staying healthy is not as complicated or challenging as a review of the literature might reveal. Simply eating whole foods, moving your body, socializing with friends, and prioritizing sleep is all it takes to stay healthy.
I always learn something from Jackson's interviews with athletes and respect his dedication to discuss less covered topics in the world of athletics such as exercise addiction and relative energy deficiency. If you are an athlete looking to maximize performance, a weekend warrior looking to make the most of your limited training, or otherwise looking to live a healthier lifestyle then this podcast is for you!

maddie_bear ,

Science.

With In the Flow, Jackson presents scientific responses to important issues, tying together multi-faceted connections between food, physical wellness, mental wellness, environmental sustainability, social media, and probably many other topics I haven’t picked up on. I loved the Thought For Food podcast, but Jackson is cultivating something special with this project. He presents a nice combination of science and his/others’ personal anecdotes, creating a unique and often holistic perspective on important topics. His intentionality shows, from the podcast name to his discussions, and it’s refreshing in a world that is anything but intentional. Jackson has a bright professional career ahead of him, and this is surely only the beginning.

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