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  • In this week's podcast, we discuss a fat loss technique called adaptive thermogenesis. This technique can increase your metabolism, allowing you to burn more calories everyday without doing any extra work. Topic of podcast starts at the 10 minute mark.

    So how do you take advantage of adaptive thermogenesis??

    Cold exposure!

    Simple and easy! Simply take a cold shower everyday and watch your metabolism increase.

    To learn more about the science of adaptive thermogenesis and the awesome benefits of cold showers (such as increased endogenous antioxidant production, anti-tumor effects and an improved immune system), listen to this week's podcast!

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  • In this week's podcast, we discuss the blood type diet. Topic of podcast starts at the 10 minute mark.

    This diet was popularized by the book “Eat Right For Your Type” by Dr. Peter J. D’Adamo in 1996. Over 7 million copies were sold in over 60 languages. 

    D’Adamo claims that each ABO blood type processes food differently.

    Therefore, he recommends individualized diets specifically for your blood type: 4 blood types, 4 diets, based off of what your specific ancestors supposedly ate.

    Sorry to disappoint, but this diet is complete BS. We explain why in this week's podcast.

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  • In this week's podcast, we discuss the alkaline diet.According to this diet, it is in our best interest to make sure we eat more alkaline foods than acid foods, so that we end up an a more overall alkaline state.This will supposedly protect us from the diseases of modern civilization; things like cancer, obesity and diabetes. To test this, you measure the pH of your urine using pH strips. pH is the measure of a sample's acidity or alkalinity. In order to get in a more alkaline state, this diet promotes the consumption of fruits and vegetables. However, what proponents of this diet don't tell you, is that the food we eat has no effect on our blood pH. The food we eat can and does change the pH of our urine, however, urine pH has no effect on blood pH nor has it been shown to have any impact on our overall health. So it's a pointless measurement that provides no meaningful data. To learn more about the alkaline diet and all its half truths and pitfalls, check out this week's podcast! Link's to studies mentioned on website.Website: https://tntwellnessandnutrition.comEmail: tntwellnessandnutrition@gmail.comiTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/tnt-w…d1428217037?mt=2Google Play Music: play.google.com/music/listen#/ps/…wd2aymtaixp6lvee4SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-422365757-83307870Stitcher:https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=445098&refid=stprYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXb2pCmzu6JxW27bunmFytQTwitter: twitter.com/tnt_wellnessFacebook: www.facebook.com/tntwellnessandnutrition/Instagram: www.instagram.com/tntwellnessandnutrition/

  • In this week's podcast, we discuss the Mediterranean Diet. The topic of the podcast starts at the 9-minute mark and the tip of the week starts at the 45-minute mark.

    The Mediterranean Diet initially came into existence in the 80's and it allows more fat intake than the standard American diet.

    The standard American diet allows for 20% - 30% of total calories from fat. The Mediterranean Diet allows for 40% of total calories to come from fat. This additional fat comes from mainly olive oil.

    Olive oil is a monounsaturated fat that is heat stable and a good addition to a healthy diet. However, it doesn't have any special properties that make it stand head and shoulders above other fat choices. Animal sources of fat like lard or tallow are still better fat options.

    The narrative that olive oil has been a staple of the human diet for thousands of years is not true. Olive oil began to be consumed more regularly in the 19th century. Before that, olive oil was used mainly for anointing people or to make soap.

    To learn more about the history of the Mediterranean Diet and what makes this diet less than ideal for weight loss, check out this week's podcast.

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  • In this week's podcast, we discuss the idea that you have to count calories to lose weight. This couldn't be further from the truth. The "calories in calories out"(CICO) model for weight loss is flawed on so many levels. 

    We touch on multiple studies that show more weight loss can occur on a low carb diet rather than on a low fat diet with the same amount of calories consume, disproving CICO! 

    We discuss a study that shows how simply having three meals a day instead of the recommended six small meals a day can induce more weight loss even with the same amount of calories. Disproving CICO!

    The laws of thermodynamics are mistakenly used to justify the CICO model. The human body is not a closed system. The entire backbone of the CICO model claims that all macro nutrients should be treated equally on a metabolic level. This violates the 2nd law of thermodynamics, which states that the variation of efficiency for different metabolic pathways is to be expected, meaning we should not treat carbs, fats, and proteins as equals.

    To learn more about why calories truly don't matter when you're eating a species appropriate diet, check out this week's podcast!

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  • In this week's podcast, we discuss the most optimal diet to feed your dogs. The topic of the podcast starts at the 11 minute mark.

    Dogs are monogastrics (meaning they have one stomach) and share an almost identical GI tract to humans, so feeding your dogs the same diet that you eat is perfectly fine as long as you eat an animal-based species-appropriate diet.

    A dog's diet should consist of bone broth, organ meats, muscle meats and added fats when necessary like butter or lard. 

    To learn why your dog's diet should consist of these foods, check out these week's podcast!

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  • In this week's podcast, we talk about fiber and why most people believe fiber is an essential part of a healthy diet. Spoiler alert- it's not! The topic of the show starts at the 13-minute mark. 

    It is routinely claimed that fiber can cure various ailments from constipation to cancer. For starters, the evidence to support these claims doesn't exist.

    In actuality, fiber at its best is an antidote for the poisonous effects of sugar, blunting the rapid blood sugar increase from sugary foods.  At its worst, fiber can irritate the GI tract and increase your odds of diverticulitis and lead to severe constipation.

    To learn more about the history of fiber, listen to this week's podcast. Links to all studies mentioned, available on website.

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  • In this week's podcast, we continue our conversation about the tools needed to accomplish your first ultra marathon.

    Preparing for an ultra marathon is extremely taxing on the body, so it's important to focus on getting adequate recovery every week. With this in mind, we go over some basic techniques that can help keep you performing optimally and free of injury.

    We also go over the proper nutrition needed to fuel these intense workouts. Carbs are completely nonessential, and for the months up to the race should only account for roughly 10% of your total daily calories. However, race day is another story. Carbs are now going to be your best friend. Carbs are fast acting fuel, jet fuel as we like to say. On the day of the race, that's exactly what you'll need. We outline what carb sources you should go with and when to implement them during the race.

    We finish the podcast discussing some of the specialty gear you'll need to train for and compete in an ultra marathon.

    For more details on this and more, please check out the podcast.

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    Start: What's New - Tom's Ultra Marathon Experience 

    25 Minutes: Topic of Podcast 

    In this week's podcast, we discuss training techniques that can help you prepare for an ultra marathon. This podcast was inspired by Tom's recent ultra marathon, in which he ran 50 kilometers in 11 hours.

    We touch on topics such as long, steady state cardio sessions to increase your lactate threshold, high intensity interval training to increase your V02 max, as well as proper weight training techniques to fully maximize your weight lifting session to become as strong as possible.

    We'll continue the conversation next week and touch on recovery techniques as well as the proper nutrition to optimize your performance on race day.

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  • In this week’s podcast, we discuss the nutritional deficiencies of a plant based diet. We focus on vitamins, minerals, quality proteins and essential fatty acids that are lacking in this diet, which is due from both low amounts in allowed foods and poor bioavailability. Vitamins and MineralsVitamin B-12Vitamin AVitamin K2Vitamin D3Mineral IronMineral ZincHonorable Mention to the Five C’sThese nutrients are also lacking in a plant based diet: CholesterolCarnitineCarnosineCreatineCholineCrude Protein vs. True Protein Crude protein is a measure of all the nitrogen in any given sample of food. When it comes to cattle, it’s a great method of measuring feed quality in order to make sure the feed given to cattle has enough nitrogen in it. Ruminants can absorb non-protein nitrogen and turn it into protein-based nitrogen in the form of amino acids. This is called nutrient up-cycling. Ruminants convert low grade, non-edible food into nutrient dense food for us. However, crude protein is a bad way to gauge protein content in foods for humans, because humans and other animals with only one stomach (monogastrics) such as chickens, pigs, lions and dogs can’t absorb non-protein nitrogen; they can only absorb nitrogen in the form of amino acids.Fatty AcidsThe three main omega-3 fatty acids are alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA)Both Omega 3 and 6 fats are converted into prostaglandins which are locally produced hormones that are vital for our health.ALA is 18 carbons long. It first gets elongated to 20 carbons, turning it into EPA. Then, it gets elongated again to 22 carbons, which is DHA.The primary essential fatty acids that are responsible for improving our health are EPA and DHA. Our body can convert ALA into EPA and DHA. But it does this very poorly. The conversion from ALA to DHA, for example, is anywhere from 0% to 9%.Links to studies mentioned available on websiteWebsite: https://tntwellnessandnutrition.comEmail: tntwellnessandnutrition@gmail.comiTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/tnt-w…d1428217037?mt=2Google Play Music: play.google.com/music/listen#/ps/…wd2aymtaixp6lvee4SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-422365757-83307870Stitcher:https://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=445098&refid=stprYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXb2pCmzu6JxW27bunmFytQTwitter: twitter.com/tnt_wellnessFacebook: www.facebook.com/tntwellnessandnutrition/Instagram: www.instagram.com/tntwellnessandnutrition/

  • Time Stamps

    What's New: 1 - 17 minutes

    Topic of Podcast: 17 - 69 minutes

    Tip of The Week: 69 - 77 minutes 

    In this week's podcast, we discuss the popular vegan propaganda movie, What The Health.

    This movie makes 37 various health claims. The biggest of them, in my opinion, is that red meat and processed meat cause cancer. 

    They use the World Health Organization report from 2015 titled, "Carcinogenicity of consumption of red and processed meat" as support for these claims.

    This report is not a scientific document. Instead, it is a political document that provides no hard evidence whatsoever to support the claim that red and processed meat cause cancer.

    We cover this document in detail and breakdown why it's not scientifically sound and why you shouldn't fear eating bacon. Check it out! Links to studies mentioned on podcast available on website.

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    Intro: 0 - 9 minutes

    Topic of Podcast: 9 - 54 minutes

    Tip of The Week: 54 - 57 minutes 

    In this week's podcast, we review the movie, “Fat: A Documentary” by Vinnie Tortorich. This movie outlines the crazy history of the US dietary guidelines and how we got it all wrong!

    The movie covers topics ranging from:

    -The all-meat diet and the studies done on the original carnivore diet practitioner Vilhjalmur Stefansson.

    -The ground breaking research of Otto Warburg outlining the dysfunctional metabolism of cancer cells and their ability to ferment glucose even in the presence of oxygen.

    -The ways in which World War 2 drastically changed the perception of diet on our overall health.

    -How President Eisenhower having a heart attack shifted the dietary recommendations for the entire nation.

    -And of course, it also touched on the dreaded Ancel Keys and his Diet Heart Hypothesis.

    We review all these topics and much more on this podcast and finish by giving our overall impressions of the movie, so go check it out!

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    Intro: 1 - 16 minutes 

    Topic: 16 - 57 minutes

    Tip of The Week: 57 - 60 minutes

    In this week's podcast, we discuss some of the dangers of using traditional sunscreen products. The chemicals used in sunscreen that block the UV radiation from the sun have been shown to cause various health effects and can be disruptive to our endocrine system leading to altered estrogen, androgen, and progesterone activity. 

    We give advice on how to better protect yourself when you're going to be out in the sun for extended periods of time as well as give recommendations on what type of sunscreen to use if you choose to still use it.

    If you currently use sunscreen frequently, or know anyone who does, you should listen to this week's podcast.

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  • In this week's podcast, we discuss the health benefits of salt.

    Salt is a 100% essential nutrient. Without it, you would die. We've blamed the wrong white crystal for our health woes. Instead of blaming salt, we should have blamed sugar. 

    It's a commonly held belief that excess salt is bad for you and that it leads to hypertension, increasing your chances of developing heart disease. This isn't true!

    We discuss the history of salt and why so many people mistakenly believe salt raises blood pressure. This idea has its roots in bad science and the obsession of one man, Lewis Dahl.

    We discuss the health benefits of a high salt diet and the consequences of a low salt diet.

    To learn more about the health benefits of salt and the science backing up the claim that we should eat more salt, check out this week's podcast.

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  • In this week's podcast, we interview Taylor Peasha. He is the co-creator of The Sciatic Stretcher, a great tool used to increase mobility, loosen tight muscles throughout the body, and relieve sciatic nerve pain. 

    In essence, this is a lacrosse ball that has an elastic band through it, allowing you to better control where the lacrosse ball goes and to get into the tight places you might not be able to reach otherwise. 

    This piece of equipment should fit great into your arsenal to help promote recovery and mobility.  

    You can find them on kickstarter here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/sciaticstretcher/1066333750?ref=2azu1m&token=0ad2f7bb

    Time Stamps

    What's New: 0 - 20 minutes

    Interview with Taylor: 20 - 55 minutes

    Tip of The Week: 55 - 60 minutes

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  • In this week's podcast, we discuss five frequently asked questions. Time stamps are added to each question so you can quickly get to one that you might be interested in:

    1- Cows are bad for the environment, right? (24 minutes)

    2- I'm so tired after my big carnivore meals- what's wrong? (35 minutes)

    3- The new vegan movie promoted by Arnold Schwarzeneggerr says you don't need meat to get big and strong- is that true? (40 minutes)

    4- What are the best ways to recover from a workout? (49 minutes)

    5- Doesn't eating all that red meat cause gout? (57 minutes)

    If you've ever asked yourself any of these questions, check out this week's podcast for the answer!

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  • In this week's podcast, we discuss the health benefits of bone broth. Bone broth has been used for thousands of years as a natural remedy for various ailments and rightly so. It's jammed pack with healthy fats, high quality protein, and essential minerals the body needs to function optimally. 

    I recommend using beef knuckles and shanks if you decide to make your own bone broth.

    Recipe:

    Step 1: Cook bones in oven for 20-30 minutes at 400 degrees F

    Step 2: Place bones in pressure cooker and cover completely with water.

    Step 3: Add one to two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar 

    Step 4: Cook on high for 45 minutes

    Step 5: Strain and serve

    It's best stored in stainless steal containers. You can add various herbs and spices to bone broth if desired.Some of my favorite things to add are garlic and onions. This gives the bone broth a more appealing flavor. 

    If you want to learn more about the health benefits of bone broth, check out this week's podcast!

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  • In this week's podcast, we discuss the health benefits of incorporating organ meats into your diet. Organ meats are truly super foods and are the most nutrient dense foods on the planet! We cover everything from beef tongue, kidney, spleen and brain. 

    Beef heart is the best source of CoQ-10 on the planet!

    Beef Liver is the king of all foods. It has every vitamin and mineral the body needs to thrive in their most bioavailable form.

    If you're interested in learning more about the vast health benefits of eating organ meats, check out this week's podcast.

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  • In this week's podcast, we discuss the health benefits of eating eggs. Not only are eggs a great source of vitamins, minerals, protein and healthy fats, but they're also a great source of cholesterol! Yes, I said cholesterol. This life sustaining nutrient has been blamed for every heart attack since 1960. During this podcast, we go into why you shouldn't fear cholesterol and why cholesterol should be a key component to any healthy diet. We talk about this and more during this week's podcast. Check it out!

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