Mikkipedia is an exploration in all things health, well being, fitness, food and nutrition. I sit down with scientists, doctors, professors, practitioners and people who have a wealth of experience and have a conversation that takes a deep dive into their area of expertise. I love translating science into a language that people understand, so while some of the conversations will be pretty in-depth, you will come away with some practical tips that can be instigated into your everyday life. I hope you enjoy the show!
Mikki and Craig Emmerich talk all things ketogenic diet in this week's episode of Mikkipedia. Craig is one half of the Emmerich duo and a best-selling author who has worked with thousands of people to help them overcome their health issues and live their best lives.
Dr Susan Kleiner
This week Mikki chats to Dr Susan Kleiner about being at the forefront of performance nutrition for both elite athletes and people just wanting to optimise their lives. Dr Kleiner studied sports nutrition in body building before sports nutrition was even a field, and since then has built a successful nutrition practice and is the go-to for many top level teams.
Stuart Gray - Omega 3s, Muscle Function and Ageing
This week Mikki sits down with Dr Stuart Gray from the University of Glasgow to talk about the impact that omega 3 fatty acids have on muscle health and function in an ageing population (and why it matters).
This week I talk with ultra runner Nicole Bitter; we hooked up just after she took 1st place at the Javelina Jundred with a time of 15hrs 17mins 47secs. The hundred mile trail race forms part of the Ultra Trail World Tour and was held last November in the Sonoran Desert, Arizona.
This week I talk to New York Times bestelling author, podcaster, health and wellness expert and former professional triathlete, Brad Kearns. We take a dive into his early professional athletic career, how this laid the foundations for his approach to becoming one of the most respected experts in the health and wellness arena.
Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S) with Dr Nicky Keay
In this weeks episode I talk to Dr Nicky Keay about RED-S, Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport. How her love of ballet and a career in medicine has provided her with the opportunity to study RED-S and the impact it can have on health and perfomance in athletes from all walks of life