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Food and inflammation is a hot (get it) topic at the moment. Like all hot topics, it’s encouraged a lot of silly people to say a lot of silly things. But not me! I’m almost never silly. Listen to this podcast to get the information and nuance you deserve, so you can actually make some positive changes to your health without the fearmongering. Time …
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It’s a myth that needs its own podcast. We are busting one final gym myth - is fasted training better for fat loss? You might be surprised! Time Stamps 00:00 Introduction and Overview 04:29 The Role of Glycogen in Fasting 08:10 Fat Oxidation vs. Fat Loss 13:28 The Impact of Fasted Training on Body Composition 27:15 Determining the Need for Pre-Work…
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If you’ve ever had a weight loss goal, I suspect you’ve tried to eat a bit less, for a long block of time. Either an arbitrary block of time like 8 or 12 weeks, or just until you “hit your goal”. Whilst there’s nothing overly wrong with this, it’s certainly not the only way. In fact, how you structure your calorie deficit across the days, weeks and…
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There is a lot of chatter on social media about nutrition and its impact on mood disorders such as anxiety and depression. Some of the chatter is great. Some of the chatter is rubbish. Luckily, we’ve got Jenna here today to tell us exactly what impact diet and nutrition can have on these disorders, and also what happens when these claims go too far…
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I get lots of protein questions, which is good because it’s important. But if you listen to this episode, you probably won’t have any more questions. You’ll know how much you need, how to space it out, and where to find it. Huzzah! Click me for show notes! Time Stamps 00:00 Introduction to Protein and its Importance 05:14 Determining Protein Target…
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I’m so sick of talking about these I made AI write this: In this episode, Jono discusses seed oils and addresses the claims made about their health effects. He explains what seed oils are, where they come from, and the major claims against them. Jono debunks the idea that seed oils are unhealthy due to their production process, highlighting that th…
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Navigating hormonal changes during perimenopause and menopause is a natural part of a woman's life, however it is unfortunately a topic that either seems to be 1. Ignored or 2. Riddled with misinformation So I sat down with Kat to cut through all that BS and figure out what’s actually important, and what’s not Click me for show notes! Time Stamps 0…
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Jenna is back to bust some of her least favourite gym nutrition myths. The gym nutrition space is filled with TONS of garbage marketing and information, so she’s here to unpack them all and give you the information you actually need! Click me for show notes! Time Stamps 00:00 Introduction 00:40 Protein Shakes 08:28 Protein Absorption 15:38 BCAAs 23…
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Iron is a notoriously tricky nutrient to get right. It can be tough to include enough in your diet and even then your iron levels may still not be where you want them to be In this episode I’ll talk through all of the things that might be impacting your iron levels, from iron loss, low dietary iron, poor absorption to increased inhibition, as well …
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Not everyone should be using the scales. But, if you’re someone who does use them, please listen to this episode. Using the scales may seem simple (you just step on them, right?) but there are a few VERY IMPORTANT factors that can influence just how useful or useless the scales can be Click me for show notes! Time Stamps 00:00 Intro 01:00 The Divis…
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Beans and legumes are some of the cheapest, healthiest foods we have available to us, so it makes sense to try and include them more often in our diet This can unfortunately come with a few unwanted painful or smelly side effects… But I’ve got two hacks you can use to reduce the chances of that happening, so you can start including these nutritiona…
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The eternal struggle! Surely organic food MUST be healthier than non-organic food, right? RIGHT?! Well look, there’s actually a little more nuance required to answer this question properly. Nuance I can’t quite fit in a podcast episode description. But I CAN fit it into a podcast episode! So listen up Click me for show notes!…
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Whether you're on the path to parenthood or simply curious about optimising your well-being, today’s episode with Stefanie Valakas from The Dietologist has something for you. We chat through when someone should consider adjusting their diet to support fertility, what things they should be considering, prenatal supplements & the difference between f…
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If you’ve ever done a CrossFit class you’ll know they can be… rough. Unfortunately, lots of people make things harder than they need to by missing some simple but important steps in their nutrition. So today I’m chatting to Sports Dietitian and Crossfit Coach Jenna Stein to get all the info to help you beat the person next to you, every single sess…
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I very, very, very regularly get asked what the difference between a dietitian and a nutritionist is. And as a dietitian… I don’t exactly know! So I chatted to Alex Thomas from Sports Nutrition Australia, because he’s smart, and he does. Have a listen to find out exactly what the difference is, and who might be the best fit for you. Click me for sh…
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The world of food and mental health is a messy one. On one side, we have lots of evidence suggesting that food does have an impact on mental health. On the other side we have people suggesting that avoiding sugar will cure your depression. Oh boy. Enter Dr. Nicole Lippman-Barile. She’s a clinical psychologist who’ll help you cut through the noise a…
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Whether you’re struggling with your body image or you’re completely unfamiliar with the term, Dr Emilia Thompson is here to unpack everything you need to know. We chat about whether a positive body image is attainable for everyone, some very practical tools to help you improve your body image, and how body image and dieting are interrelated. We als…
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There has recently been a huge amount of buzz about the World Health Organisations updates on aspartame, a non-nutritive or “artificial” sweetener. Some of the headlines have been… interesting. If you want to know what’s ACTUALLY going on, have a listen to this where I’ll quickly unpack what’s actually going on, and let you know what to worry about…
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Acute weight cuts (not to be confused with fat loss) are pretty fascinating. If done correctly, they can give an athlete a significant advantage. If done poorly, they can waste months of hard preparation by destroying your performance on competition day and, in some extreme cases, kill you. So make sure you do what STATE DEADLIFT RECORD HOLDER and …
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While everyone’s out looking for the next golden bullet supplement, regular movement is standing in the corner trying to get your attention. It’s one of the most potent things you can do to improve your health and wellbeing, but it’s not always the easiest thing to implement. Work, weather, kids or the couch all seem to do a damn good job of gettin…
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You might know Jess Coughlan from her Crossfit successes, but things are looking a little different lately. Join us as we chat about Jess’ progression from Crossfit to bodybuilding, how her training and nutrition had to adapt to this very different sport, and why there has been an increase in dog posts on her Instagram… Click me for show notes!…
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If you’ve spent more than 2 minutes on any social media app, you’ve probably scrolled through a lot of health and nutrition “information”. You may have also noticed that this “information” can be quite confusing and contradictory. That’s because a lot of it is complete garbage. But how do you sort the good stuff from the garbage? Enter: Dr. Jess St…
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I’ve seen over a thousand clients (#humblebrag) in my time as a dietitian. Although every individual is unique, these 5 mistakes are easily the most common things people are struggling with when we first chat. So grab a beverage of choice and have a listen to see if any of these sound familiar! If they do, don’t panic, I know some people who can he…
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Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a very real, very frustrating condition that a number of people struggle with. Unfortunately, due to this, the world of “gut health” has become a breeding ground for questionable supplements and funny-coloured powders. Thankfully, we’ve got Crystal Austin (aka the IBSFODMAP dietitian) to help us sort the good from …
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While everyone’s looking for the next best diet, pill, powder or supplement to give them everlasting life, sleep and recovery are often criminally overlooked. That’s why this week I’m chatting to Dr Dean J Miller! He doesn’t have any fancy supplements or diets to sell you, but he does have some tips that will dramatically improve your health, recov…
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“I’m in a calorie deficit but I’m not losing weight” is one of the most common phrases I hear, and I GET IT. That’s super frustrating. But I can help 🙂 Have a listen to this, and you’re sure to find a few points that resonate with you, that will help you troubleshoot exactly what’s going on! Click me for show notes!…
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James Newbury has done some pretty epic things. You probably know him thanks to his Crossfit days, but he’s also completed triathlons, marathons and powerlifting competitions, started multiple businesses and is also just bloody lovely. We sat down to have a chat about how he juggles training, business and life and how he fuels it all on a plant-bas…
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One of the major “gut health” concerns I deal with is bloating, and for good reason. Bloating sucks. Regardless of the frequency or severity, it’s something no one wants to deal with. And while yes, food intolerances or sensitivities can definitely play a part, I feel there are a number of factors that are criminally overlooked. If you’re wanting t…
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In this episode of the Bite Me nutrition podcast, I want to share with you the first steps I would guide a client through if they come to me suffering from reflux. I’ve seen lots of clients find relief by simply changing one or two of the things I am about to mention, so hopefully, you can implement some of these tips and find relief too! Click me …
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Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in the WORLD, and higher levels of cholesterol can increase our risk of cardiovascular disease so… let’s learn how we can lower our cholesterol! Fortunately, with a few simple swaps, we can pretty significantly impact your cholesterol levels. Let’s begin. Click me for show notes!…
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Today we’re talking all things protein powder because I get it. Supplement stores are terrifying. Even I’m terrified of them and I know a thing or two about nutrition. They’re probably not the most… impartial sources of information either. This podcast is designed to remove the overwhelm from the world of protein shakes. You’ll leave knowing whethe…
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“I’ve never met anyone who is lactose intolerant who is serious about their lactose intolerance”. WHY can’t some of us tolerate it? What’s actually going on, and are there things we can change in our diet that might impact our tolerance? Potentially. But you’ll just need to listen to find out! Click me for show notes!…
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Glutamine is the most abundant amino acid in our body, and your gut cell’s favourite source of energy. But does that mean you need to supplement it to optimise your gut health? And what about body composition? And endurance training? And getting stabbed? This episode will answer all of these questions, so you can decide where your hard earned cash …
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If you’ve ever stepped foot in a supplement store or a gym, I can probably safely assume that someone’s tried to sell you a BCAA supplement. But why? Why are they everywhere? Do you need it? What does the acronym even STAND for? I’ll explain the acronym, their function, where to find them, and how to use them. In less than 15 minutes. You’re welcom…
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There is soy much conflicting information out there about soy. Soy what should you believe? It can be tempeh-ting to listen to the doom sayers and scaremongers but before you cut all soy from your life, please have a listen to this episode (or at least read the transcript). Soyly you can spare 15 minutes! Click me for show no…
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In his book “Eat Right For Your Type” some doctor claims that you need to eat different foods based on your blood type. It has sold over 7 million copies worldwide AND the title contains an internal rhyme so the allure is real. BUT is the science behind his claims real? Do we have a rich body of scientific literature supporting this proposition? Ar…
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