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Scientific Nutrition Update

Scientific Nutrition Update

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Scientific Nutrition Update
Scientific Nutrition Update

Scientific Nutrition Update

Scientific Nutrition Update

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I am the founder of Scientific Nutrition and the author of The Optimized Guide to Intermittent Fasting and I want you to live a healthy life. In this workday show you will get a 5-10 minute update on something new or interesting in the world of health, fitness, or nutrition.

Latest Episodes

51: Nutrient Partitioning Effect

In this episode, inspired by Dr. William Lagakos' book "The poor, misunderstood calorie" I decide to take a deep dive into the science behind nutrient partitioning and simple things we can do to help maximize the effect. Link to book:https://amzn.to/2HMQYAc

6 MIN2018 JUN 15
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51: Nutrient Partitioning Effect

50: Thoughts on 50 Episodes

This episode is not normal, and you may want to skip. I give my thoughts on the first 50 episodes and some things I have learned. Unscripted and unedited, it is much less produced than many of my episodes.

7 MIN2018 JUN 14
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50: Thoughts on 50 Episodes

49: Trans Fats and Rage

This is a fun episode about a potential link between Trans fats and aggression. There was an interesting study done that suggested greater consumption of trans fats increased the aggression in people. Study: http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0032175 Lambda School Link: https://lambdaschool.com/scinutrient

5 MIN2018 JUN 4
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49: Trans Fats and Rage

48: Saturated Fats

In this episode I take on the dietary recommendation agencies who have made it their mission to unfairly demonize saturated fats, which are at best very weakly linked to mortality.

3 MIN2018 MAY 15
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48: Saturated Fats

47: Early Time Restricted Feeding

This episode is about a seminal new article that upends many of my previous assumptions about intermittent fasting and is leaving me scrambling to edit my book.

5 MIN2018 MAY 14
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47: Early Time Restricted Feeding

46: Open Journals, Open Data, Open Review

In this episode I rant about how I think open journals and open data are important for science to progress.

4 MIN2018 MAY 11
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46: Open Journals, Open Data, Open Review

45: Magnesium

In this episode, another request, I analyzed the health effects of magnesium. It may be useful for depression, anxiety, insulin sensitivity, glycemic control, and even testosterone.

10 MIN2018 MAY 10
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45: Magnesium

44: Arginine Precursors, Macrophages, and Recovery

This episode is heavy on the science. I got a question about whether or not arginine precursors may contribute to muscular recovery through interactions with macrophages and I had no idea so this whole episode you get to learn right along side me.

10 MIN2018 MAY 8
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44: Arginine Precursors, Macrophages, and Recovery

43: Nicotine

DO NOT START SMOKING, DO NOT START DIPPING. TOBACCO IS CANCEROUS. But nicotine may be a useful treatment for Parkinson's disease, may help with cognition, and could be useful for depression.

6 MIN2018 MAY 4
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43: Nicotine

42: Football and Heart Disease

I love the sport of football. I played for 10 years and coached for 7. It is a sport that helped make me who I am today. However, there is increasing evidence, especially for linemen, linking it to higher rates of heart disease.

6 MIN2018 MAY 3
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42: Football and Heart Disease

Latest Episodes

51: Nutrient Partitioning Effect

In this episode, inspired by Dr. William Lagakos' book "The poor, misunderstood calorie" I decide to take a deep dive into the science behind nutrient partitioning and simple things we can do to help maximize the effect. Link to book:https://amzn.to/2HMQYAc

6 MIN2018 JUN 15
Comments
51: Nutrient Partitioning Effect

50: Thoughts on 50 Episodes

This episode is not normal, and you may want to skip. I give my thoughts on the first 50 episodes and some things I have learned. Unscripted and unedited, it is much less produced than many of my episodes.

7 MIN2018 JUN 14
Comments
50: Thoughts on 50 Episodes

49: Trans Fats and Rage

This is a fun episode about a potential link between Trans fats and aggression. There was an interesting study done that suggested greater consumption of trans fats increased the aggression in people. Study: http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0032175 Lambda School Link: https://lambdaschool.com/scinutrient

5 MIN2018 JUN 4
Comments
49: Trans Fats and Rage

48: Saturated Fats

In this episode I take on the dietary recommendation agencies who have made it their mission to unfairly demonize saturated fats, which are at best very weakly linked to mortality.

3 MIN2018 MAY 15
Comments
48: Saturated Fats

47: Early Time Restricted Feeding

This episode is about a seminal new article that upends many of my previous assumptions about intermittent fasting and is leaving me scrambling to edit my book.

5 MIN2018 MAY 14
Comments
47: Early Time Restricted Feeding

46: Open Journals, Open Data, Open Review

In this episode I rant about how I think open journals and open data are important for science to progress.

4 MIN2018 MAY 11
Comments
46: Open Journals, Open Data, Open Review

45: Magnesium

In this episode, another request, I analyzed the health effects of magnesium. It may be useful for depression, anxiety, insulin sensitivity, glycemic control, and even testosterone.

10 MIN2018 MAY 10
Comments
45: Magnesium

44: Arginine Precursors, Macrophages, and Recovery

This episode is heavy on the science. I got a question about whether or not arginine precursors may contribute to muscular recovery through interactions with macrophages and I had no idea so this whole episode you get to learn right along side me.

10 MIN2018 MAY 8
Comments
44: Arginine Precursors, Macrophages, and Recovery

43: Nicotine

DO NOT START SMOKING, DO NOT START DIPPING. TOBACCO IS CANCEROUS. But nicotine may be a useful treatment for Parkinson's disease, may help with cognition, and could be useful for depression.

6 MIN2018 MAY 4
Comments
43: Nicotine

42: Football and Heart Disease

I love the sport of football. I played for 10 years and coached for 7. It is a sport that helped make me who I am today. However, there is increasing evidence, especially for linemen, linking it to higher rates of heart disease.

6 MIN2018 MAY 3
Comments
42: Football and Heart Disease