Episode 83: CHRISTIAN THIBAUDEAU Understanding Your Neurochemistry with The Neurotyping System

  

Christian Thibaudeau has been involved in the business of training for over the last 20 years. His work method enabled him to lead several successful athletes in a multitude of different disciplines.

Christian is a prolific writer with four books published, each of which translated into at least three languages. He is also a senior author and head writer for the e-Magazine T-Nation. His articles are read by over 400,000 people every week. As a lecturer, he has given conferences and seminars in numerous countries around the world, to audiences ranging from amateur athletes to health professionals and coaches of all types. He competed in weightlifting at the national level as well as bodybuilding, He was also a football coach for 8 years.

In this episode, Christian shares his take on some of the ketogenic diet effects and talks about Neurotyping - an approach he has developed that personalizes training according to the neurological profile of individuals through a...

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Episode 16: FRANK LLOSA Ketone Esters & Sports Performance

  

Frank Llosa is the CEO and founder of KetoneAid, a provider of ketone esters and ketone ester-salt blends for brain and sports performance.

Frank is incredibly knowledgeable about the ketogenic diet and how exogenous ketones affect athletic performance and the brain.

You can learn more about here: https://ketoneaid.com

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My Response to Jillian Michaels on Keto

I actually love that Jillian went the route of cellular health in her objection to the ketogenic diet.
 
Because cellular health is actually one of the main benefits of keto.
 
Jillian says, "Your cells, your macromolecules, are literally made up of protein, fat, carbohydrates, nucleic acids. When you do not eat one of those macronutrients, you're STARVING your cells."
 
Are you??
 
Let’s take a look at some science before we get our nutrition advice from a trainer who basically broke people’s metabolisms on The Biggest Loser.
 
Here are 3 reasons keto is amazing for your cells:
 
1. Keto enhances mitochondrial health.
 
Listen, I'm going to tell you why your cells aren't "starving" on keto in just a minute, but at the risk of you navigating away from this post, I'm putting this first. You need to know this.
 
Mitochondrial health is why I think everyone should go through a phase of the ketogenic...
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Why I Think You Should Do Keto. But Not Forever.

If you've never done keto, I 100% think you should do it. Give it 2 months of solid commitment.
 
Why?
 
1. To teach your body how to easily tap into its own fat stores and USE that fat as fuel (um, yay!).
2. To see what your brain feels like on ketones.
3. To learn just how much anxiety all that sugar is creating.
4. To create a LASTING enhancement of your metabolism, even when you aren't keto anymore.
 
We are the first generation coming out of a decades-long brainwashed society that believed fat was bad for us. Every single one of us grew up being made to believe "Reduced Fat" or "Fat Free" on a box of cookies meant they were "healthier cookies." Ugh.
 
Now that we know better (and if you don't know better, read this and this and this), taking our bodies through a ketogenic phase will teach it how to use FAT as its primary fuel source- whether that's dietary fat or your own body fat.
 
And what happens when you do that? You lose...
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