Here you will find helpful links, PDF’s, and all the supporting documentation on the topics we discuss.
It is vital when we talk about nutrition, physical and mental health that we cite our sources and avoid hear-say or unsubstantiated claims.
A Corona Virus Hotspot(6/24/2020)-'I take care of workers in Yakima County, a coronavirus hot spot: ‘The nearest hospital is a few miles away, but most refuse to use it’
Ep 25 The Last Saga(6/16/2019)-Finishing their last part in the saga that is Animals vs Plants and their effect on the planet. Responsible and ethically sourced animals products as well as some chit chat about the last leg of the carnivore/fitness challenge.
Insulin Resistance(6/13/2019)-Many people suffer from insulin resistance, even though few understand how it relates to obesity.
EAT Lancet Commission Summary Report(5/30/2019)-This report details a suggested "diet rich in plant-based foods and with fewer animal source foods confers both improved health and environmental benefits."
But listen to Ep 22 for our breakdown of its contents and what it means for people who eat low carb, ketogenic or animal protein based diets.
The Ultimate Guide to the Carnivore Diet(4/16/2019)-People following the carnivore diet do so because they have seen the results for themselves and because they think the ideas behind it make sense, not because an authority like a doctor or a government agency approved it.
Building Muscle on Keto(4/10/2019)-When someone starts the keto diet, their goals are usually targeted toward weight loss. The low-carb, high-fat, moderate-protein diet has been shown to suppress appetite and metabolically rejigger the body to use fat as fuel.
Ketogenic Diet Myths vs. Facts(4/10/2019)-In our podcast Episode 14, we discuss Keto myths and facts using an article written by Nina Teicholz. She begins the article with...