Brandy and Alexis explore Fat: A documentary, a recently released film about how our dietary guidelines came to be and what has or hasn’t changed in the past century. Vinnie Tortorich guides us through the food and fitness industry and why we have only continued to get heavier and sicker despite all of the recommendationsContinue reading “Ep 33 “Fat: A Documentary””
Brandy and Alexis aren’t perfect and neither is the rest of the world, so why do we put such unfair expectations on ourselves? Together they challenge the idea of a perfect diet and what that means in everyday life.
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.
We left off in January with me starting my individualized program with Brandy. As I explained in my earlier blogs, I was very resistant to doing anything that reminded me of my “old ways” of dieting.
In Ep. 19 we discuss data and facts about low, high fat diets, so you can see what we are talking about here is the evidence we quoted.
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.