It appears a few people on el internet were upset as they thought I was dissing on carb cycling via my article on metabolic confusion. Nope. I actually do like carb cycling for more advanced clients. The benefits from it are not from “metabolic confusion” though. In the Flex Diet Cert for the Carbohydrate Intervention,
Yes, that is the name of the latest nutrition fad it appears. Someone raised Joe Weirder from the dead, and asked him to profess the next nutritional craze! Here’s how one article describes it: “Creating metabolic confusion through carb cycling is the best way to help endomorphs lose weight. With constant alterations in the level
Normally when the term "recovery" comes up, you think about sleep, proper nutrition, maybe even some light movement to get the ole blood moving. Those are all great and essential for sure, but what else can you do to further promote recovery? There are two ways: 1) Acute recovery - all the great things you
*from www.ironradio.org Ever heard of dietary advanced glycation end products (AGEs)? Depending partly on your blood sugar levels and sex, they're yet another dietary concern linked to poor carb handling, body fat, cognitive decline, and even cartilage damage in the spine. Tune in for a list of high-AGE foods with tips on which are best
*from www.ironradio.org Join a discussion with university professor, strongwoman competitor, and Highland Games athlete Heather MacDonald! Topics range from being an elite or pro-female in these sports to post-college strength training for competition, to work-life balance, especially in academia. Also, sincere thanks to strong monthly supporters like Joseph, Michael, Cale, and Korey. You are appreciated!
As you know, the wonderful wifey Jodie and I recently spent 5 weeks in S. Padre TX kiteboarding (when there was wind), working, and hanging out in the warm weather. Each morning I would get up and, after doing my HRV measurement along with some Reflexive Performance Reset (RPR) drills, walk the short 2 minutes
Today I have a special treat for you. Recently I did the Rebel Performance podcast hosted by my buddy James Cerbie. On the podcast I was joined by the one and only Dr Doctor Tommy Wood - aka the CSO - Chief Snake Officer at the Bro Research Center. Inside joke there as Tommy was bitten by
This week on Iron radio, Dr. Lonnie, Phil, and I chatted about health science news on vitamin D and then all things MEAT! >> Meat Meat and More Meat << Listen in! Join caveman Phil Stevens, Lonnie Lowery, and myself for our: favorite types of meat recipes cooking skills nutrients and tons more Meat for the win!
*from www.ironradio.org Join the guys as they talk with powerlifting phenomenon and record breaker, big Dan Bell. From his origin story to competition tales to self-care to pre-meet tapers, plenty gets discussed. Pull up a bench and get in on this! http://www.IronRadio.org https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z5Mvf3X1wlE Audio only . . . http://www.ironradio.org/Audio/598IronRadio_Dan_Bell_Powerlifting_Q-and-A.mp3 Enjoy! Dr Mike miketnelson.com
This past week I've been up to my eye-holes in more PubMed studies than you could shake a mask at. I was creating a 160 + slide PowerPoint for the new online course "Traumatic Brain Injury and the Ketogenic Diet" for the Carrick Institute. I've been working on it for 6+ months now and have