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Episode Info: 0:00:41 The Stronger By Science Media Empire expands to SoundCloud, joining the likes of Lil Yachty, Lil Uzi Vert, Lil Pump, and Takeshi 6ix9ine 0:01:27 Feats of strength 0:10:32 Coach’s Corner: Using over-exaggerated cues. The MASS article that was referenced. The research article it was based on. 0:22:50 Research Roundup 0:23:14 Fat-free mass index. Studies discussed: one, two. 0:34:45 Dietary nitrate. Studies discussed: one, two. 0:44:11 Caffeine. Studies discussed: one, two. 0:53:09 Statistics. Studies discussed: one, two. 1:06:00 Eric and Greg rant about effect sizes 1:15:44 Sleep. Study discussed. 1:19:47 To Play Us Out: Kool-Aid is egregiously labeled as “fruit punch” Study: “Putting out the fire – Efficacy of common beverages in reducing oral burn from capsaicin”. 1:22:28 Interview with Dr. Brad Dieter, PhD 1:23:02 Contrary to Fake News rumors, Brad isn’t that handsome 1:24:54 Brad’s background and current projects 1:29:35 A recent paper came out stating that people who drink diet soda are more likely to have a stroke... is this actually true? Are there any legit concerns about artificial sweeteners? Paper 1:47:57 Recently, a study was published that was designed to examine the effect of processed food on total daily calorie intake. What did it find? Paper 1:56:13 There was recently a debate between Gary Taubes and Stephan Guyenet. To use the prompt from this debate… What is the REAL cause of obesity? 2:04:50 What is a “set point” for body fat or body weight? Can we reset it? An article about “set point theory” by Brad 2:09:32 A discussion about metabolic adaptation to weight loss 2:19:12 Where to find/follow Brad 2:20:28 Does Brad do anything (or recommend anything) that isn’t necessarily evidence-based?
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