Summary: Welcome to The Hacked Mind show! This week I interview Nate Miyaki at Nate Miyaki.com. He has spent time in professional wrestling circles, he now trains clients, and has been a contributor to PaleoFX, Men's Fitness, and Men's Health among others. This episode we will cover: 1. Injury recovery and carbohydrate adjustments with activity 2. Ketogenic diets for athletes: useful or not? 3. Sustainability of diet plans 4. Intermittent feasting By the way, you can enter your best email address in the panel on the side or below and get a FREE ebook Brain Hacking 101: 12 Tangible Ways to Correct Your Neurotransmitter and Hormonal Balance Now. Discussion Topics [1:35] Recommendations for carbs and regulating based on activity and injuries [2:19] Injury macro ranges for recovery and activity [3:00] 100-125 g carbs / day and adjust upwards based on activity [4:30] Cutting while injured and total kcal / day; adjusting per day [5:50] Ketogenic diets and athletic performance [6:20] Ketogenic diets and anaerobic athletes [7:35] Cyclical ketogenic can work, but not recommended for anaerobic [11:20] Nutrient changes for workout vs. rest days; numbers over the course of a week [14:19] Physiology and sustainability with diets [17:35] High protein, satiety, and tissue construction [19:23] Less than a gram / pound of bodyweight is ideal [22:21] Intermittent feasting [27:16] Using experiences / practicality and research approach External Mentions Mike T. Nelson Metabolic Flexibility Thank You Thank you for listening and supporting The Hacked Mind show! Please consider leaving a review on iTunes if you liked what you heard. Also, you can get my free ebook just by entering your email address on the right of your screen or below this post. Once again, thanks for listening and see you next week!