Welcome to Not Another Nutrition Podcast!
This is not just another nutrition and fitness podcast. In this new podcast series, I will be discussing a wide variety of topics including business, careers, parenting and self-improvement, alongside plenty of discussion on a range of nutrition topics!
I try to communicate in such a way that is easy for anyone to understand! You can reach out to me on social media via @MartinNutrition or submit your own suggestions for Not Another Nutrition Podcast via my website www.Martin-MacDonald.com/NANP
#61: NUTRITION - The Keto Diet, Blood Sugar and Metabolism
In this episode, I discuss a new study that questions the idea that ‘Keto’ is special for weight loss maintenance. I also discuss whether some diets are better than others for fat loss, share some advice on how you should choose the diet that’s right for you, and why you may need to re-think your long-term dieting strategy.
References for the studies discussed can be found at www.Martin-MacDonald.com/Ep61
03:10 - Is there a superior diet for fat loss?
06:15 - What new research has uncovered about the Keto diet
08:36 - Should you eat carbs without exercise?
13:22 - Unique benefits of the Keto diet
17:15 - The long-term effects of Keto
#60: GUEST APPEARANCE - Adam Martin Interviews me on: Almost Everything You Need To Know About PCOS
In this jam-packed guest appearance podcast, I discuss PCOS Nutrition with Adam Martin. I share up to date research on supplements, along with revealing the TRUTH behind fat loss with PCOS. Whether you’re living with PCOS yourself, or a nutrition professional, you will benefit greatly from the information I share in this one!
References for the studies discussed can be found at www.Martin-MacDonald.com/Ep60
22:44 - Martin’s experience with PCOS
26:39 - The sexiest nutrition advice you’ll ever get for PCOS
43:34 - The truth behind weight loss in PCOS
48:56 - Why your mindset could be as important as your nutrition with PCOS
01:01:32 - How to own your own unique PCOS situation
01:07:49 - The top 3 nutrition tips women with PCOS should know
01:22:25 - A quick fire Q&A with Martin
#59: NUTRITION - Fat Loss, Health and 'The Insulin Spike'
In this episode, I'll unravel the truth behind the insulin lies, share some exciting new research & clarify the parts that even 'experts' can get wrong on insulin! I also share some evidence-backed tips to help yourself, friends or family members this Christmas. Have a good one!
References for the studies discussed can be found at www.Martin-MacDonald.com/Ep59
03:05 - The things that even experts get wrong about carbs and insulin
10:51 - What the insulin fairy never told you about processed foods
19:07 - Carbs vs Keto - insulin spikes and fat loss
24:39 - The unknown hormonal benefits of protein
26:53 - Are there any carbs that we should avoid?
#58: NUTRITION - The Nuance of Flexible Dieting for Fat Loss
In this episode, I talk on why the methods used in flexible and rigid dieting research have some obvious flaws and what questions we should be asking ourselves and our clients to build a better relationship with dieting.
I also talk practically on the conversations we can have with ourselves to approach dieting in a much more flexible, sustainable and healthy way!
References and links discussed can be found at www.Martin-MacDonald.com/ep58
00:52 - Why the research on rigid and flexible dieting is flawed
08:37 - Practical advice on how to be a flexible dieter
17:10 - What questions should we be asking and how can we learn from them
23:45 - How to view dieting in a positive and healthy way
#57: NUTRITION - Does WHEN You Eat Matter for Fat Loss, Health or Muscle Gain?
"Does it matter when I eat?” is a very common question I am asked. So in this episode, I demystify the evidence behind the timing of your food intake, and give an overview of the impact of timing on fat loss, health, muscle gain and performance.
The podcast mentioned in this episode is titled #49: NUTRITION - Fat Loss Methods: Understanding The Magnitude of Effect.
References and links discussed can be found at www.Martin-MacDonald.com/EP57
02:17 - How your goals dictate the importance of nutrient timing
05:09 - What people get wrong about nutrient timing
07:28 - When nutrient timing really DOES matter
09:21 - Why considering your individuality is crucial
#56: GUEST APPEARANCE - The Mind Muscle Project Interview on: Aggressive Fat Loss, Supplements & much much more!
This episode is from my guest appearance on 'The Mind Muscle Project'.
We discuss the factors that are causing the obesity epidemic, the use of aggressive dieting as a fast fat loss method and which supplement I think people should be taking, the answer may surprise you.... it's not Creatine.
I am also asked some nonspecialist questions on my daily routine, who I would most like to interview on my podcast and my one positive from the pandemic.
References for the studies discussed can be found at www.Martin-MacDonald.com/Ep56
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04:41 - What is the cause of the obesity epidemic?
19:31 - Nutritional strategies for those that are motivated yet busy
33:08 - What people don't understand about aggressive dieting
45:30 - How to train when on an aggressive diet
50:15 - Practical advice on how to implement aggressive dieting and what results to expect
01:05:26 - What supplement people should start taking
01:12:01 - My ‘dream' podcast guest...
01:20:01 - Is routine the key to success?
01:31:08 - My 'silver lining' of the pandemic
Listen in, life philosophers!
Give this podcast a listen. It’s nice to hear Martin speak on his life’s meaning, mistakes and successes and all that he’s learned. He’s a great speaker and has meaningful things to say.
The aggressive dieting makes so much since to me, get in, get out, and spend more time at maintenance weight/cal. Thank you for the information, and science of why this works and is a healthy way to loose fat and keep it off.
Some interesting concepts but hard to listen
I find the speaker runs off topic a lot on tangents, even quick minor ones doing mental math out loud throwing out lots of “naught point naught naught…” or spending a long time trying to remember the author’s name on a a paper. I found it hard to focus given all the distractions