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Health Nuts Anonymous
57 minutes | Jun 30, 2014
“Health Nuts Anonymous Unite!” with Jay & Jef – Episode 16
This Week's Episode: We have a special show prepared for you all this time around. While there is no guest to be interviewed in this one, we thought our listeners might like the chance to hear a bit more about their hosts, how the show came to be and what they have in mind for it's future. Here's what we discuss: How HNA came to be Why we named it "Health Nuts Anonymous?" What's in store for HNA in the future Biggest lessons learned from the guests of 15 HNA episodes The importance of meditation Jef's recent flotation tank experience Bulletproof philosophies reexamined Taking being a health nut too far Not falling for gurus Jay and Jef's most "nutty" points from their past Resources mentioned: Mark's Daily Apple Bulletproof Executive Livin' La Vida Low-Carb Latest in Paleo JefFryNutrition.com"Not only does taking a more casual approach make the process more fun, I think it confers perspective on the whole game. The fact is, I believe in passing on information that can help people lead healthy lives without running around like chicken little if someone so much as eats a French fry.""Health Nuts Anonymous Unite!" with Jay & Jef - Episode 16 To listen to this episode, click on the play button in the player below. Enjoy!
67 minutes | Jun 16, 2014
“Ultra-Low Carb Liberation” with Fit Living Foodies – Episode 15
This Week's Guest: The Fit Living Foodies, Alex Navarro and Mary Gines join us in Episode 15 of the Health Nuts Anonymous podcast. They are the authors of Transforming Recipe's - The Ultra-Low Carb Edition and their soon to come dessert edition as well as the owners of FitLivingFoodies.com. As always, we cover a great variety of topics in the show. Here are just a few to wet your appetite: What is Carb Nite? Why Mary and Alex made the switch to Carb Nite. Read more here The fear of fat and fat as flavor Low-carb diets vs. vegetarian diets Cardio making you exponentially fatter Liberating yourself from constant hunger Ultra-low carb ice-cream and other sweets Kitchens as an ultra-low carb laboratory Tips and tricks for those new to ultra-low carb cooking Transforming pork rinds into bread form Being very careful using bulk sucralose when cooking Epic Fit Living Foodie Carb Nites and "donut adventures" Ultra-low carb epic recipe disasters Low-calorie diets working once and only once Alex and Mary's website is FitLivingFoodies.com. They are on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest as well. Be sure as well to pick up a copy of their cookbook: Transforming Recipe's - The Ultra-Low Carb Edition. Also, you can find The Carb Nite Solution here and Carb Back-Loading here. Featured Health Nut Derek Nance, Carnivore "Ultra-low Carb Liberation" with Fit Living Foodies - Episode 15 http://youtu.be/2NfDrxGlkkI To listen to this episode, click on the play button in the player below. Enjoy!
29 minutes | Jun 3, 2014
“Nutritional Agnosticism” with Jonathan Bailor – Episode 14
This Week's Guest: Jonathan Bailor was good enough to spare some of his valuable time for us here at Health Nuts Anonymous by coming on for an interview in episode 14. He's the author of the best-selling book: The Calorie Myth, and is creating huge waves in the mainstream by teaching people that health and fat-loss is much more than Calories in, Calories out. Some of the fun topics we cover in the interview include: Eating 6,000 calories a day and not gaining weight Weight loss/gain as a moral issue rather than a scientific issue Whether or not 70% of Americans are stupid, lazy or both Learned helplessness Drinking muddy water in moderation Homeostasis: the body working like a sink Why the average American isn't 476lbs overweight despite Calorie math Loosing 30-80lbs instantly and sustainably JERF: Just Eat Real Food The word "Healthy" having a negative connotation Drinking your veggies How "Healthy can't be hard" CalorieMythBook.com is Jonothan's main website, hub and place to go to find all of his work in the health, nutrition and fitness realm. Go check it out when you get a chance."Nutritional Agnosticism" with Jonathan Bailor - Episode 14 To listen to this episode, click on the play button in the player below. Enjoy!
64 minutes | May 29, 2014
“Food Rules” with Madelyn Moon – Episode 13
This Week's Guest: Madelyn Moon joins us in episode 13. It was great to speak with Madelyn, a fitness professional and model, about all things health, nutrition and exercise. Her story of shifting from a fitness and aesthetic - based approach to one centered on good health provides her with a unique perspective on how to stay fit and live well. Some of the fun topics we cover in the interview include: Burning $1,000 calories doing cardio everyday Gymnastics Bodies' one and only gym in Boulder, CO Watching Earthlings and becoming a "dirty" vegetarian Always having a "Food Rule""Pesceteganism," vegan burritos and endless hunger Paleo vs. PaleoTM The egg white, protein powder, oatmeal, brown rice, chicken, green beans and casein diet Food sensitivity manufacturing Madelyn's fitness competition history Wearing 6 coats of blackout tan through the mall Eating 240 grams of protein per day The fitness industries' negative influences Inverted nipples and saggy butts The Miss Representation Documentary The difference between fitness and leanness Eating your Wheaties! "Transitory" phases Not stressing about change Madelyn's online home is MoonFitness.net where you can find her eCourse. You can also find her podcast, "Mind Body Musings" on iTunes and Stitcher. Finally, you can find her on Facebook and Twitter. Featured Health Nut: The HodgeTwins The Hodgetwins YouTube channels can be found here, Their FastingTwins channel can be found here, TwinMuscleWorkout channel can be found here, and askhodgetwins can be found here. "Food Rules" with Madelyn Moon - Episode 13 To listen to this episode, click on the play button in the player below. Enjoy!
67 minutes | May 19, 2014
“Walking (and sometimes Sprinting) Intentionally” with Chris Scott George – Episode 12
This Week's Guest: Episode 12 is PACKED with content. Chris Scott George is a true Paleo veteran who has a lot of wisdom to share - particularly for those just becoming interested in health, nutrition and fitness. There's not much that we DON'T cover in this one! Enjoy. In the episode we discuss:"Health Nuts Anonymous" and "Edutainment" The "Muscle Milk, N.O. Explode, eat ALL the time and work out even more" diet Chris' frozen chicken breast recipe Cannibalizing muscle eating a "healthy diet" and nursing a collapsed lung Wearing Bedrock sandals to the Houston Symphony Dehydrating fruits and veggies while eating a Raw Vegan diet Chris Ryan's Sex at Dawn Chris impromptu decision to go fully Paleo for a whole year Gagging on organ meats and multi-vitamins Vitamin D levels as a pick-up line Eating a quarter gallon of ice cream every day Tracking sleep with Beddit and Sleep Cycle The intersection between the Quantified Self and Paleo movements One meal a day for the month of Lent The soon to come "Ovo-Pesceteganism" movement The inherent insanity of running and following blindly Walking (and sometimes sprinting) intentionally...in your bare feet Chris' Paleo-minded entrepreneurial haven Chris works for #Cleanweb and you can find out more about him and the work he is doing here. Featured Health Nut: Furious Pete, "Healthy" Competitive Eater Read more about Furious Pete here: "Walking (and sometimes Sprinting) Intentionally" with Chris Scott George - Episode 12 To listen to this episode, click on the play button in the player below. Enjoy!
62 minutes | May 12, 2014
“It’s Complicated” with Dean Dwyer – Episode 11
This Week's Guest: In episode 11 we interview Mr. Dean Dwyer. Dean is a really funny nut to crack. We cover a lot of different topics in this episode - everything from willpower as a "hormone" to incidental Carb Back-loads. We hope you enjoy. In the episode we discuss: Switching from being a 19-year vegetarian to being Paleo overnight Mark Sisson's Carbohydrate curve Sustainability as the key to any fitness regime or diet Jason Fried from 37signals.com's concept of solving your own problem and selling your solution Behavioral change as a working problem and solution Reflection and journaling Nassim Taleb's Antifragile Willpower as a hormone to which we are either sensitive or resistant Dean's 3 "treats" a week strategy One epic Pecha Kucha presentation at Paleof(x) 2014 Eating a whole pie within 2 hours...(Did someone say: "Carb Back-Loading") What's right and what's wrong with Paleo Slow vs. quick transitions Being open-minded above all else Dean's main website is DeanDwyer.com. He also blogs about health specifically at BeingPrimal.com and if you're like us and you like Podcasts, Dean's got the Make Shift Happen Show on iTunes. Dean also wrote a book. Be sure to check it out: Make Shift Happen: Change How You Look by Changing How You Think Follow Dean on Twitter @deanfromcanada or on Facebook. Featured Health Nut: Dr. Peter Attia, NuSi Read about Peter on his blog and don't miss his TED talk below: "It's Complicated" with Dean Dwyer - Episode 11 http://youtu.be/bwzYTMSdLmU To listen to this episode, click on the play button in the player below. Enjoy!
69 minutes | May 3, 2014
“Slow the ‘BEEP’ Down” with Jim Laird – Episode 10
This Week's Guest: Jim Laird joins us in Episode 10 with guest host Jason Moore filling in for Jay. Jim owns J&M Strength and Conditioning in Lexington, Kentucky. The title of the episode really captures the overarching message of the show. In the show Jim provides a great deal of helpful tips and philosophies while still managing to keep us entertained with his "Nutiness." Jim's message is one that exercise junkies, orthorexic eaters and health nuts alike very likely need to hear before its too late. In the episode we discuss: To be or not to be a "Health Nut" The intersection and crossroads between performance and health Paul Check's "working in" in order to work out principle High stress states becoming the norm The body as ONE system Ammonia snorting sneak attacks Intense weight-lift and...forgiveness?! Brainwave for "working in" Lucy Hendrick's Breathe & BE happy blog Smart Group Training Float tanks i.e. "meditation on steroids" Using Joel Jamieson's BioForce HRV or Elite HRV as a safety net Being smart enough to admit your own stupidity Meditation as a "challenge" and stressing out about measuring stress with HRV Sean Croxton's The Dark Side of Fat Loss Jim Laird's interview on Evan Brand's Not Just Paleo Podcast Train Like a Girl Seminar Calming a Colitis flair-up using Nicotine and Kiefer's Nicotine Protocol Eating 4-5 pizzas at a time using Carb Back-loading and Carb Nite Slowing the "beep" down and forgiveness Check out Jim's "Where Performance and Health Collide" blog here. You can check out J&M Strength and Conditioning here. Follow Jim on Twitter @jimlaird44 or on Facebook. Also, his Bootcamp in A Box product can be found here. To learn more about his presentation at Paleof(x) 2014 in Austin you can find it here. Featured Health Nut: Mike Mahler, Aggressive Strength Mike Mahler is a strength trainer and hormone optimization researcher based in Las Vegas, NV. Mike has been in the fitness industry for over twelve years and has taught workshops all over the US and overseas. His current focus is on the field of hormone optimization via nutrition, training, nutrition supplements, and lifestyle. Mike is also the author of Live Life Aggressively! What Self-Help Gurus Should Be Telling You. To read more, click here. "Slow the 'BEEP' Down" with Jim Laird - Episode 10 http://youtu.be/gcFsCsh9OUo To listen to this episode, click on the play button in the player below. Enjoy!
63 minutes | Apr 19, 2014
“Your Brain as a Hybrid Engine” with Bryan Barksdale – Episode 9
This Week's Guest: In episode 9 we sit down in a park with our good friend and fellow health nut, Mr. Byran Barksdale. Bryan is a PhD student of Neuroscience in Austin, Texas and a true Paleo veteran. We really geek out on this one and we hope you like it. In the episode we discuss: The ecological impact of meat Vibram 5 Fingers Brain health, Alzheimer's, epilepsy and ketogenic diets Bulletproof coffee, KetoForce ketone salts and Dominic D'Agostino Metabolic flexibility and ketones as, "jet fuel," for the brain Ketosis vs. Ketoacidosis The Perfect Health Diet by Paul Jaminet Supplements vs. supplemental foods Green Pastures' Cod Liver Oil and sexy, fishy burps Nutrience Nootropics vs. healthy diet and lifestyle A day in the life of Bryan Barksdale "Bad-ass" standing and treadmill desks Blue-blocking sunglasses Carb Back-loading Eating raw meat and eggs Not falling for gurus Check out Bryan's UBER-informative blog here. You can also follow him on Twitter @BryanBarksdale Featured Health Nut: Annie Thorisdottir, "She-beast""Annie Thorisdottir is a professional CrossFit athlete from Reykjavík, Iceland) She is the only female to win the CrossFit Games twice (in 2011 and 2012), a feat matched on the men's side by Rich Froning Jr., who won both those years as well. She also placed second in the 2010 CrossFit Games. Thorisdottir trains four hours per day (six days per week), and also has experience as a gymnast (eight years), ballet dancer (two years), and pole vaulter (two years). She is 170 cm (5'7") tall, weighs approximately 67 kg (148 lbs), and hopes to go into the medical field. She is dating fellow CrossFitter Frederik Aegidius (from Denmark)." To read more about Annie, click here, or click here for her Crossfit profile.""Your Brain as a Hybrid Engine" with Bryan Barksdale - Episode 9 To listen to this episode, click on the play button in the player below. Enjoy!
62 minutes | Apr 9, 2014
“‘Nutty’ Narratives” with Dr. Rocky Patel – Episode 8
This Week's Guest: Dr. Rocky Patel joins Health Nuts Anonymous in episode 8. Rocky is a board certified Medical Doctor specializing in heart attack and stroke prevention, while advocating a high-fat diet for most of his patients, making Rocky a true "Health Nut" by default. We had a lot of fun talking with Rocky about everything from heart attack risk to self-modulated BOTOX injections. Good fun. In the episode we also discuss: General "Nuttiness" Staying on the Atkins diet for 36 hours and the "Low-carb, induction flu" Patient's bull sh*** detectors when it comes to diet, nutrition and lifestyle Insulin resistance being as the root of heart disease The obesity epidemic and it's link to chronic disease Eating lots of saturated fat to get healthier Emphasis on macro-nutrient ratios for general health and food quality for optimization Vegetables as vehicles for fat Eating TOO many non-starchy vegetables Black truffle bacon, black truffle butter and butterscotch marshmallow cheesecake...what more do you need in life! Going from a vascular age of 47 to 16 using Carb Nite Healing hemorrhoids with bacon and eggs Changing the lives of diabetics Cosmetic enhancement, self-experimentation and "Spockbrows" NOT eating "the breakfast of champions" to become a champion"Go-to" Carb Nite foods Emptying pints of ice-cream in one sitting Questioning EVERYTHING! Rocky's websites are Arizona Sun Family Medicine and Heart Fit For Duty. You can also hear Rocky on the Body IO FM Podcast with another former guest of Health Nuts Anonymous, Kiefer. Rocky is also on Twitter where his handle is @drrcpatel. And don't forget to check out Health Nuts Anonymous' new Facebook page, Google+ page and YouTube Channel Please also take 30 seconds to leave us a review on iTunes, we would be much obliged! Featured Health Nut: Zydrunas Savickas, "Big Z""Žydrūnas Savickas is a Lithuanian powerlifter and professional strongman. He is widely considered to be one of the greatest strongman competitors of all time. He is the only modern strongman competitor to have won every major strongman competition, most notably the World's Strongest Man in 2009, 2010, 2012, & 2014, the Arnold Strongman Classic on six consecutive occasions from 2003–2008, the IFSA Strongman World Championships in 2005 & 2006, Fortissimus in 2009, the Strongman Champions League overall title in 2008 & 2012, the World Log Lift Championships in 2008, 2009, 2011 and 2012 and Europ
71 minutes | Apr 1, 2014
“Bulletproof Bio-hacking and Balance” with Barry Blaha – Episode 7
This Week's Guest: Episode 7's guest is a man who goes by the name of Barry Blaha. He goes by that name because his name is, indeed, "Barry Blaha." So, whip up some Bulletproof icecream and join in on the fun while listening to our truly "nutty" interview with Barry. In the episode we discuss: The Houston Paleo/Primal Living Meetup Dave Asprey, The Bulletproof Executive Bouncing off the walls using P90X and Jack3d Finding Paleo and CrossFit through The Hawaiian Libertarian $30/quart Bluebell Ice Cream Going TOO low-carb for TOO long Marathon "chug-fests" of "mystery vegetable" smoothies Buying only fat and meat at the grocery store Killing nasty flavors with Dijon mustard and horseradish Nutrience vs. IDLife Nutrition Dark chocolate + butter sandwiches i.e. "bulletproof sandwiches" 23andMe genetic testing Nootropics and, "there's no such thing as a free lunch" Blue-blocking sunglasses Gadgets and Gizmos: Upgraded™ Focus Brain Trainer, HRV Sense, emWave2, UP by Jawbone Wearing a man bra...I mean heart rate monitor The singularity and the quantified self movement: Healthy or hurtful? Our bodies as cars. Case and point: Soylent Crazy bread-eaters, low-fat foods and over-exercisers! Smoking for your health You can find Barry on Facebook here, or on Pinterest here. And don't forget to check out Health Nuts Anonymous' new Facebook page, Google+ page and YouTube Channel Please also take 30 seconds to leave us a review on iTunes, we would be much obliged! Featured Health Nut: Seth Roberts, Author of the Shangri-La Diet "Seth Roberts is an associate professor in the Psychology Department at the University of California, Berkeley. He is known as a promoter of the technique of self experimentation to generate hypotheses and to test the hypotheses generated — in other words, he uses himself as a human guinea pig. One of the things that Roberts has developed using this technique is a weight loss system that he dubs the Shangri-La Diet. Although Roberts says that friends and acquaintances have used the Shangri-La Diet successfully, in the end it comes down to one guy doing something that he thinks caused and helped maintain weight loss." To read more, click here. "Bulletproof Bio-hacking and Balance" with Barry Blaha - Episode 7 To listen to this episode, click on the play button in the player below. Enjoy!
67 minutes | Mar 20, 2014
“Riding the Roller Coaster of Health” with Andrea Jengle – Episode 6
This Week's Guest: Our guest in episode 6 of Health Nuts Anonymous is the go-to woman for all things Carb Back-loading and Carb Nite: Andrea Jengle (AJ). We had a blast with AJ and I think it comes through as you listen or watch. In the interview we discuss: Homemade gut bombs Food ACTUALLY affecting health Eating a Paleo diet without knowing you're eating a Paleo diet Embracing your inner "nut" Eating extremely Paleo...until you Carb Back-load! Adapting and tuning programs and protocols to individuals' needs; shear craziness! Eating vegetarian...for a VERY short period of time My Conventional Wisdom Diet Experiment Sweat: weakness leaving the body - If only there were any truth to that... Losing "those last 10 pounds" Fitting in to skinny jeans and not caring Eating a LOT of fat! Eating pizza by the pizza Food Nazis Volume training, courtesy of the Germans Gymnastic Bodies"Power-building" Never giving up, never surrendering! You can find AJ's website here: herfitnesssolutions.com, or you can find her on Facebook here. And don't forget to check out Health Nuts Anonymous' new Facebook page, Google+ page and YouTube Channel Please also take 30 seconds to leave us a review on iTunes, we would be much obliged! Featured Health Nut: "Curtis" of Breast Milk Diet fame "While I can imagine myself eating breast milk pancakes with a breast milk latte, I can't imagine myself drinking this stuff as my only form of nourishment. Unless you turn it into butter." Read more here."Riding the Roller Coaster of Health" with Andrea Jengle - Episode 6 http://youtu.be/qgVqyKXHLs0 To listen to this episode, click on the play button in the player below. Enjoy!
72 minutes | Mar 12, 2014
“Carbohydrates: Paleo’s Elephant in the Room” with Kiefer – Episode 5
This Week's Guest: Our guest in episode 5 of Health Nuts Anonymous is a man who likely needs no introduction: John Kiefer. If for some reason you don't know the name, then you probably have heard of one of his diets/books: Carb Back-Loading or The Carb Nite Solution. If you haven't heard of either of those, you should have and it's imperative that you listen to this interview! In the interview we cover: Grilled Cheese as a health food Protein shakes + Green Beans The very first Carb Nite: Eating 2 dozen donuts and keeping at least half of them down. Chasing shots of olive oil with shots of vinegar Food: Just another tool in the belt Some of the "worst" (or is it best?) Carb Nites The whole 9 yards: Paleo Templates, "Clean" foods, Nightshades, "Safe Starches," Ultra Low-carb diets, Hormesis, Bulletproof diets, Gluten, Paleof(x), Gut Health, Ancestral Health, basically EVERYTHING Paleos dying first during a Zombie Apocalypse Biking 400 miles...PER WEEK! Eating every 3 hours...in the middle of the night Puking away 1,000 calories! What a waste! Gnawing on butter - no margarine, please. Eating 10,000 calories a day and not loosing fat! Say it ain't so! Eating brownies by the tin Jars of mayonnaise...yes, they're important! Kiefer's new website, Body.io will be launching Monday the 17th of March, 2014 so don't forget to check it out after it has launched. In the meantime, be sure to: Read some of Kiefer's articles at Athlete.io, Check out Carb Back-Loading, The Carb Nite Solution, Transforming Recipes: The Ultra Low-Carb Edition and Listen to Kiefer's podcast: Body IO FM And don't forget to check out Health Nuts Anonymous' new Facebook page, Google+ page and YouTube Channel Please also take 30 seconds to leave us a review on iTunes, we would be much obliged! Featured Health Nut: Travis Sigley: Cuddle Therapist Cuddle Therapy is a platonic cuddling service designed to help people with any need for touch or intimacy. Cuddle Therapy is an in-person, one-on-one intimacy and affection service that provides non-sexual, therapeutic touch and intimacy coaching. To find out more about Travis and Cuddle Therapy, you can find their website here. "Carbohydrates: Paleo's Elephant in the Room" with Kiefer - Episode 5 http://youtu.be/Bip4V3Y0Jdg To listen to this episode, click on the play button in the player below. Enjoy!
49 minutes | Feb 19, 2014
“Everything Starts with Bruce Lee” with Jason Moore – Episode 4
This Week's Guest: Our guest in episode 4 of HNA is a fellow Houstonian and Efficient Exercise trainer, Mr. Jason Moore. Jason is the epitome of a Health Nut! In the interview we cover: Introductions to Paleo through CrossFit Eating 4,000 calories a day without gaining weight Drinking a gallon of Raw, Grass-fed milk a day How eating Paleo effects your social life The "bacon phase" and the "butter phase" Eating butter by the stick and almond butter by the jar and coconut butter The super simple process of making ghee X-FACTOR Gold High Vitamin Butter Oil All things sleep: Sleep vs. parties Being an old person...in your 20's Blacked-out rooms Blue-blocking sunglasses f.lux Filming yourself sleep BioForce HRV Calories in, Calories out Using family as "experiments" Autoimmune Paleo Eating cows by the quarter Self-punishment Carb Nites Bacon mushroom dip (see below for the recipe) Eating Autoimmune Paleo while traveling Viewing health through an evolutionary/ancestral lens The many benefits of quitting video games Bacon mushroom dip: (Based on Mark Sisson's Primal Blueprint Quick and Easy Meals) Ingredients 1 package of bacon cooked 3-4 cups of sliced cremini mushrooms sautéed in the bacon grease One bunch raw fresh lightly chopped green onions/scallions 1 cup homemade mayo Juice of half to full lemon (to taste) Instructions: Blend all in food processor. Serve warm. Check out Jason's website at www.jasonmoore.me. Featured Health Nut: Steve Fowkes: Bio-hacker extraordinaire! Find out more about Steve and what he's up to here. Also check out his recent interview on Bulletproof Executive Radio here: Part 1 and Part 2. "Everything Starts with Bruce Lee" with Jason Moore - Episode 4 To listen to this episode, click on the play button in the player below. Enjoy!
50 minutes | Jan 29, 2014
“Protein Schnapps” with Matthew Watts – Episode 3
This Week's Guest: Our guest in episode 3 of HNA is a personal trainer managing, martial arts performing, Olympic lifting, strongman competing, arena football playing, discus throwing, track running, supplement taking and of course, fellow health nut beast, Mr. Matthew Watts. Fwoo! In the interview we cover: Matthew's background losing 50lbs of fat in a year and gaining muscle as a power lifter in high school Weight manipulation performance and supplementation while powerlifting Carrying around "Watts' gallon"...everywhere Jef's idolization of Jay Matthew's "Special-O"...the name says it all Incidental Carb Back-loading Eating donuts...by the dozen...in the name of health High Intensity Interval Training Steroids and sports as seen on Bigger, Stronger, Faster; Strongman briefcases. i.e. shoulder-strapped lunch kits Shake swamp water Wine pong and protein schnapps Matthew's favorite thing to do: Sleep and Fred Flinstone (rock) beds vs. soft beds Naps in the car Workouts vs. girlfriends. Which to put first...? Balancing relationships and health obsessions Having fun with fitness. Check out Matt's Facebook page here to get in touch. Featured Health Nut: George Hood: World record "plank-holder" Find out more about George and his world record plank here. "Protein Schnapps" with Matthew Watts - Episode 3 To listen to this episode, click on the play button in the player below. Enjoy!
58 minutes | Nov 25, 2013
Carol Salva, Fitness Enthusiast – Episode 2
This Week's Guest: Our guest in episode 2 of HNA is a fellow podcaster, mom, fitness enthusiast, and certified health nut, Carol Salva. In the interview we cover: How you don't have to have credentials to be a certified "Health Nut;" The inception of Fat2FitHQ and special niche it holds in the great big world of podcasts; How to NOT cook an egg (Hint: it involves a rice cooker); The Paleo Meetup group in the city of Houston, Texas; How fringe we Health Nuts really are and if that equates to being a "health snob;" How Carol has become a Health Nut; How important it is for everyone to "find what works for them" and how that might change over time; What Carol had to go through when she participated in a fitness competition; Perhaps the most beneficial food ingredient ever manufactured! (Warning: may cause anal leakage); What would you drink in order to "burn 500 extra calories a day?"; Socializing for Health Nuts and Mud Runs; Self-experimentation and real food; Juice fasts and their efficacy; Losing weight in a shake; Banana Nut Bread, cheat meals and Coach Butch; Finding a Health filter (i.e. don't be Jef!) Carol is the host of her own podcast entitled Fat2FitHQ which is a part of the Firearm Radio Network. Check out her podcast and show notes at the Fat2FitHQ website. Or, check out their YouTube page. Featured Health Nut: Gregg Valentino: World's biggest biceps. Find out more about Gregg and his biceps here. Find out about the documentary film "Bigger, Stronger, Faster" here. Carol Salva, Fitness Enthusiast - Episode 2 To listen to this episode, click on the play button in the player below. Enjoy!
37 minutes | Oct 27, 2013
“No cake please” with Birgitta Caspersen – Episode 1
This Week's Guest: Our guest in the very first Health Nuts Anonymous episode is health enthusiast and blogger, Birgitta (Gitta) Caspersen. In the interview we cover: How Birgitta discovered her inner nut; The awkward social situations that ensue when you're the only one who declines the birthday cake; Working out, both in the gym... and at the local park, health nut style; Fashion, before and after going nutty; Birgitta's thoughts on "primal" drugs like mushrooms. You can check out Gitta's blog here: http://adventurepaleo.blogspot.com/ You can also check out her Pinterest boards here: http://www.pinterest.com/bcasper/yumminess/ ; http://www.pinterest.com/bcasper/paleo/ Featured Health Nut: Rob Reinhart: Creator of Soylent. Find out more about Rob and Soylent here. "No cake please" with Birgitta Caspersen - Episode 1 To listen to this episode, click on the play button in the player below. Enjoy!
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