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This show teaches YOU how to get lean by turning body fat into better focus so that you can live a long, healthy life.

We all want a lean, muscular physique that performs as well as it looks, but we're BUSY.

No one has time for marathon workouts and endless tracking of calories with kids, sports, work meetings, and all the building and creating we do in our own lives.

But what if it was easier than we thought?

What if we could get back into the best shape of our lives without spending every weekend meal prepping gross tilapia and broccoli.

That's the question that this podcast will answer. Albeit somewhat irreverently.

Jump in, and lets get lean together.

The Low Carb Hustle Podcast Nate Palmer

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.9 • 371 Ratings

This show teaches YOU how to get lean by turning body fat into better focus so that you can live a long, healthy life.

We all want a lean, muscular physique that performs as well as it looks, but we're BUSY.

No one has time for marathon workouts and endless tracking of calories with kids, sports, work meetings, and all the building and creating we do in our own lives.

But what if it was easier than we thought?

What if we could get back into the best shape of our lives without spending every weekend meal prepping gross tilapia and broccoli.

That's the question that this podcast will answer. Albeit somewhat irreverently.

Jump in, and lets get lean together.

    231: Which Diet is Right for Your Body Type?

    231: Which Diet is Right for Your Body Type?

    Have you ever wondered how different diet approaches could impact your health and fitness goals? In this episode, we delved into various dietary approaches, including macro tracking, the paleo diet, low-carb/keto, and fasting. We discussed the benefits and drawbacks of each, shedding light on how they align with different lifestyles and goals. From the meticulous tracking of macro intake to the simplicity of the paleo diet's "caveman" approach, we explored the spectrum of dietary flexibility and restriction. We also touched on the mental and physical challenges of fasting, along with its potential benefits for health and weight loss. Throughout the conversation, we emphasized the importance of understanding one's individual needs and preferences when selecting a dietary approach.
      
    >>> Find out which Diet is Right for You
    Macro tracking offers flexibility by allowing you to fit your favorite foods into your diet while providing valuable insight into your eating habits. The paleo diet focuses on consuming fresh, whole foods while avoiding processed and sugary items. Low-carb/keto approaches aim to minimize carbohydrate intake to promote fat burning and stabilize blood sugar levels. Fasting involves periods of abstaining from food, potentially leading to improved health markers and fat loss.
     
    Key takeaways:
     
    Macro tracking offers flexibility and insight into eating habits.
    The paleo diet emphasizes minimally processed foods.
    Low-carb/keto diets induce fat burning for energy.
    Fasting alternates between periods of eating and not eating.
     
    Resources:
     
    Website:https://milliondollarbodylabs.com/ 
    "The Million Dollar Body Method" by Nate Palmer: http://getnatesbook.com
    Million Dollar Body Quiz - http://milliondollarbodylabs.com/pages/quiz

    • 36 min
    230: Is Hydrogen the Most Effective Supplement Ever? Ft Greg the Hydrogen Man

    230: Is Hydrogen the Most Effective Supplement Ever? Ft Greg the Hydrogen Man

    In this episode, we delve into the fascinating world of hydrogen therapy with an expert who shares insights on its potential to transform health. From its foundational importance to the dramatic results seen in older individuals, hydrogen's impact is profound. Despite facing pushback from established industries, our guest remains committed to spreading awareness about the benefits of hydrogen therapy. He discusses the dangers of lower quality hydrogen products and emphasizes the importance of using only the safest and most effective devices. Through personal anecdotes and scientific evidence, he paints a compelling picture of hydrogen's promise for enhancing overall well-being.
     
    Content: Hydrogen therapy offers a promising avenue for improving health, particularly for older individuals who may experience a decline in hydrogen production. Despite facing opposition from established industries, the potential benefits of hydrogen therapy cannot be ignored. Safety and efficacy are paramount when choosing hydrogen devices, with only a select few meeting rigorous standards for quality and reliability.
     
    Key takeaways:
     
    Hydrogen therapy holds promise for improving health outcomes, particularly for older individuals.
    Safety and efficacy should be top priorities when selecting hydrogen devices.
    Despite facing opposition, raising awareness about hydrogen therapy's benefits is crucial for driving adoption and further research.
     
    Resources:
     
    Greg the Hydrogen Man on YouTube: @Uprising144K
     
    Website:https://milliondollarbodylabs.com/ 
    "The Million Dollar Body Method" by Nate Palmer: http://getnatesbook.com

    • 48 min
    229: A Time Saving Way to Hit Your Nutrition Goals Ft Kimi Donahue

    229: A Time Saving Way to Hit Your Nutrition Goals Ft Kimi Donahue

    In this podcast episode, I had a fascinating conversation with Kimi, co-founder of BisFit Meals, a meal prep company. Kimi shared her journey of creating a service born out of the need for healthier, convenient eating. We explored the importance of simplifying our approach to nutrition, cutting through the clutter of complex meal plans and embracing the convenience of having healthy, prepped meals ready to go. The discussion touched on the challenges of decision fatigue, the impact of outsourcing certain tasks to save time, and the profound connection between streamlined nutrition and overall life satisfaction.
     
    The conversation kicked off with Kimi highlighting her motivation behind founding BisFit Meals, emphasizing the need for a local, transparent, and convenient meal prep service. She touched upon the struggles many entrepreneurs face in prioritizing health amidst a busy schedule. We explored the concept of outsourcing, not just in meal prep but in various aspects of life, to enhance efficiency and well-being. The importance of saving time, eliminating decision fatigue, and simplifying nutrition emerged as recurring themes. We discussed the potential of batch-prepping proteins and starchy carbs to offer flexibility and variety in meals, catering to individual preferences.
     
    Key Takeaways:
     
    Simplifying nutrition through meal prep eliminates decision fatigue and aids in achieving health goals.
    Outsourcing tasks can be a strategic move to save time and create a more balanced life.
    Kindness is a powerful force that positively influences both personal and professional spheres.
     
    Resources:
     
    IG: @kimidonahue LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kimikodonahue  
    Website:https://milliondollarbodylabs.com/ 
    "The Million Dollar Body Method" by Nate Palmer: http://getnatesbook.com

    • 37 min
    228: The New Way to Fight Disease and Obesity Ft Eugene Trufkin

    228: The New Way to Fight Disease and Obesity Ft Eugene Trufkin

    In this podcast episode, Nate engages in a profound conversation with Eugene Trufkin, a health and fitness expert, unraveling the complexities of the mind-body connection. Eugene introduces the concept of false selves and explores the formation of maladaptive behaviors rooted in misconceptions about one's worth and purpose. The discussion delves into the societal normalization of mental and physical illness, highlighting the pitfalls of relying on conventional, symptom-centric healthcare.
     
    Eugene guides the audience through a thought-provoking journey, tracing the origins of individuals' false selves to early childhood and societal influences. He emphasizes the significance of identifying these false beliefs, as they often lead to maladaptive behaviors and poor lifestyle choices. The duo navigates through themes like love-hate relationships, core values, and the purpose of the central nervous system, revealing how these factors shape one's health trajectory. Eugene challenges listeners to discard their false selves, prompting introspection and self-inquiry as keys to genuine transformation.
     
    Key Takeaways:
     
    False selves, formed in early life, contribute to maladaptive behaviors and poor health choices.
    Identifying triggers can lead to discovering false cores and fears that drive unhealthy patterns.
    Shifting focus from symptom management to self-inquiry is crucial for genuine well-being.
     
    Resources:
     
    Website: https://www.trufkinathletics.com/ 
    IG: https://www.instagram.com/eugene_trufkin/ 
    Podcast: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-ZS-3YJxVRCunXnsSLyqjQ 
    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/eugene-trufkin-28161a223/ 
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/EugeneTrufkin 
    Enneagram personality test 
     
    Website:https://milliondollarbodylabs.com/ 
    "The Million Dollar Body Method" by Nate Palmer: http://getnatesbook.com

    • 51 min
    227: Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) Training for Healing and Faster Recovery

    227: Blood Flow Restriction (BFR) Training for Healing and Faster Recovery

    Have you ever been hurt and wanted to keep training AND also heal and recover faster?
    I recorded this episode after a client of mine had a hip replacement and couldn't do any lower body or core training. I helped him work around that by focusing on his arms 4x per week and creating a huge cascade of Human Growth Hormone (HGH) and IGF-1 to help promote healing and recovery.
    Now this idea has been around since the 70s, and is making a pretty big splash in the bodybuilding world as a way of growing muscle faster, especially if you don't want to lift a ton of weight - BUT not many people are using it how I describe here
    If you've ever been sidelined with an injury, been down with an illness, you KNOW has debilitating that can be for your progress or at least your consistency - it's always harder to get BACK ON after we fall off.
    But what if I told you that you could keep your progress, get short 5-10 minute workouts, and actually heal faster...all at the same time?
    You're gonna want to check this out.
    Here are the bands I talk about in the episode, but you can eaily get lower quality ones on amazon: https://nate.b3sciences.com/

    • 14 min
    226: F*%k Sugar

    226: F*%k Sugar

    In this episode, the host delves into the often overlooked impact of sugar on our health, painting a vivid picture of the body as a bustling highway, with sugar acting like sticky tar, causing traffic jams and hindering the efficient flow of essential nutrients. The narrative unfolds with insights into sugar's addictive nature, likening it to a relentless video game that keeps us craving more. The discussion further explores the connection between sugar, saturated fats, and the buildup of arterial plaque, demystifying complex terms like atherosclerosis. The host also sheds light on how sugar fuels inflammation, affecting not just physical health but also impacting the brain and skin. Throughout the conversation, practical tips are woven in, emphasizing the importance of conscious eating and protein intake.
     
    The podcast begins by highlighting the roller coaster of energy levels caused by sugar consumption, urging listeners to reconsider their sugar and carbohydrate intake during the day. The addictive nature of sugar is explained through its impact on dopamine response, drawing parallels with drug addiction. The connection between sugar, saturated fats, and arterial plaque build-up is explored, challenging common misconceptions. The narrative extends to the bloodstream, comparing it to a busy highway, and how sugar turns it into a sticky mess, leading to atherosclerosis and related health issues. The discussion concludes by linking sugar to inflammation, emphasizing its adverse effects on brain and skin health. Practical advice is provided, advocating for conscious eating, increased protein intake, and awareness of food labels.
     
    Key Takeaways:
     
    Excessive sugar consumption disrupts energy levels and promotes addictive eating behavior.
    The combination of sugar and saturated fats, not just fats alone, contributes to arterial plaque buildup.
    Sugar's impact on the bloodstream can lead to atherosclerosis and, subsequently, heart-related issues.
    Inflammation caused by sugar affects not only physical health but also the brain and skin.
    Conscious eating, increased protein intake, and reading food labels are essential for long-term health.
     
    Resources:
     
    Website:https://milliondollarbodylabs.com/ 
    "The Million Dollar Body Method" by Nate Palmer: http://getnatesbook.com

    • 26 min

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