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Keto Answers Podcast

Keto Answers Podcast

Podcast Keto Answers Podcast
Podcast Keto Answers Podcast

Keto Answers Podcast


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  • 162: Chris Irvin - How Farm Life is Going for Dr. Anthony Gustin, Navigating Fatherhood and Staying Healthy, Social Media and Tech on Mental Health, and More
    In this podcast episode, co-author of Keto Answers and The Ketologist, Chris Irvin and Dr. Anthony Gustin discuss their observations on social media, tech, and mental health, how Chris is navigating fatherhood while staying healthy, and what they’re currently tweaking when it comes to their own health.   Dr. Gustin also share an update on how farm life is going, his experience sending his first batch of pigs for processing and nutrient testing, the differences between grass-fed and grain-fed animals, and the types of therapies he’s currently experimenting with.   If this is your first time meeting Chris Irvin, he’s an author, nutrition science researcher, Head of Education at Perfect Keto, and The Ketologist.    He holds a Master’s degree in exercise and nutrition science and he spent his time in graduate school studying the keto diet for therapeutic applications and performance.   Chris is also the father to a now one-year-old son and he comes on the show to share his experience navigating fatherhood and health in this episode.   Here’s a breakdown of everything Chris and Dr. Gustin get into: How farm life is going, including Dr. Gustin’s experience chasing a pig and getting covered in hundreds of fire ants Dr. Gustin’s experience getting his first batch of pigs ready for processing and nutrient testing The nutrient differences between grass-fed and grain-fed animals The differences in saturated fats between grass-fed and grain-fed animals The current issues with social media What Chris and Dr. Gustin are most interested in when it comes to health lately Some use cases where the Metaverse could be really helpful How technology can be both useful and detrimental to your health and what you can do to protect yourself What Chris Irvin and Dr. Gustin are currently toying with when it comes to their health The type of therapies Dr. Gustin is currently undergoing How Dr. Gustin keeps track of the progress of his healthy habits Their thoughts on mental health and what you can do to improve it   Resources mentioned in this episode: Chris Irvin’s website Chris Irvin’s Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook The Natural State Podcast Episode 158: Dr. Stephan van Vliet - Comparing the Nutrient Density of Grass-Fed vs. Grain-Fed Meat The Natural State Podcast Episode 152: Jake Muise - How This Nutrient-Dense Meat is Responsibly Sourced The Natural State Podcast Episode 134: Dr. Paul Saladino - What We Learned from One of the Last Hunter-Gatherer Tribes
  • 161: Katie and Taylor Collins - Using Regenerative Agriculture to Bring Ecosystems Back to Life
    Taylor Collins and his wife Katie, founders of EPIC Provisions, discuss their journey from being vegetarian endurance athletes to creating a meat-based protein bar and how they eventually started their own regenerative agriculture farm.   When you tune into this episode, you’ll also hear how their regenerative ag practices are transforming ecosystems, why they don’t operate with a business plan and what they do instead, and what it’s like to raise two daughters on the farm.   Katie and Taylor also share with Dr. Anthony Gustin what the next five years look like for them and how this incredible journey has changed their entire outlook.   If you’re not familiar with Katie and Taylor Collins, they’re the husband and wife duo behind EPIC Provisions, a high-protein, all-meat snack and the farmers and Founders behind Roam Ranch, a regenerative agriculture farm in Texas that aims to produce nourishing meat and heal ecosystems.   In this episode, you’ll hear about the following topics: Taylor and Katie’s background and how they became first generation ranchers What they’ve noticed since reconnecting with the land Taylor and Katie’s health journey from following dietary norms and doing endurance races to experiencing inflammation and joint pain and how they healed themselves How their company EPIC Provisions came about How Taylor and Katie operated without a business plan and what that looked like How Taylor and Katie brought a baron piece of farmland in Texas back to life What’s destroying our land and what can be done to fix things Is it necessary to eat animals to restore natural resources? Seeing life as a transfer of energy How consumers yield the power for changing the health of our planet How a dried out creek on their property was transformed into its former flowing glory thanks to their regenerative agriculture practices How plant species have dramatically changed on their farm How the insects fared on their farm using their regenerative ag practices What the next five years look like for Taylor and Katie   Mentioned in This Episode  Katie and Taylor Collins’ Epic Provisions website Katie and Taylor’s Roam Ranch website Katie and Taylor Collins’ Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube channel Allan Savory’s TedTalk, How to fight desertification and reverse climate change
  • 160: Kate Kavanaugh - Overcoming Fears Surrounding Death, The Sixth Mass Extinction, Becoming a Butcher and Farmer, and More
    Farmer, butcher, and butcher shop owner, Kate Kavanaugh discusses how the move from city life to farm life has been, the importance of regenerative agriculture for the planet and population, and the sixth mass extinction.   She also shares her fears surrounding death and how she overcame them and her personal journey from being a vegetarian to becoming a butcher and farmer.   Lastly, Kate gives listeners an update on how her farm is doing, the lessons she’s learned along the way, and what she would tell people who would like to start a farm of their own.   Here is the episode breakdown: What Kate does and how she defines herself How Kate’s various backgrounds attributed to her evolution and the common threads that connected all of the pieces The fears Kate experienced surrounding death The sixth mass extinction and how this affects us The stories that were pervasive in Kate’s life surrounding death Kate’s incredible journey from being a vegetarian to becoming a butcher and farmer What the transition to becoming a meat eater felt like How Kate ended up opening a butcher shop The biggest lessons Kate’s learned along this journey The point Kate realized that she needed to produce the meat she sells What it was like for Kate to move from Denver to a farm in upstate New York What it’s like living in a rural community How can someone live this lifestyle when they also need to make an income? What Kate’s farming experience has been like so far What Kate did when faced with the tough decision of what to do with a pet goat that passed away in a tragic accident on her farm Building spirituality Kate’s future plans over the next several years More about Farm Finder, including what that is and why it’s so beneficial for people looking for locally-sourced, ethically-raised meat   Resources mentioned in this episode: Kate Kavanaugh’s website Kate’s butcher shop, Western Daughters Kate Kavanaugh’s Instagram and Twitter Kate’s Ground Work Collective podcast Holy Earth: The Birth of a New Land Ethic by Liberty Hyde Bailey  The Awakened Brain: The New Science Spirituality and Our Quest for an Inspired Life by Lisa Miller
  • 159: Dr. Latt Mansor - The Latest Research on Exogenous Ketones for Improved Performance, Treating TBI and Alzheimer’s, Fat Burning, and More
    Dr. Latt Mansor is the Research Lead at H.V.M.N., a daily ketone supplement company, and his work focuses on finding the optimal ketone levels for a number of different applications.   From soldiers experiencing hypoxia to athletes and the everyday average Joe, Dr. Mansor has studied ketones in-depth and he’s uncovered the best ways to use them, according to research.   In this episode, Dr. Mansor dives into how to maximize performance using exogenous ketones, the differences between the types of exogenous ketones, what the latest research shows, if this has changed at all, and so much more.   Dr. Mansor also discusses how to dose ketones based on your health goals, whether you can supplement with exogenous ketones if you’re not eating a low carb diet, is there a case where some people shouldn’t take them, and how he personally uses them throughout his day.   If you don’t know Dr. Latt Mansor, he brings over a decade of experience in academic research, health technology, and pharmaceuticals.    He holds a PhD in Physiology, Anatomy, and Genetics from the University of Oxford, where his research focused on the metabolism of the type 2 diabetic heart in hypoxia.   He also holds a Master’s from Columbia University and a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Nottingham in Biotechnology. Dr. Mansor is also a world expert in physiology and metabolism and he consults with elite sport and military personnel as well as clinical and research organizations.   As H.V.M.N.’s Research Lead, Dr. Mansor oversees the development and clinical applications for all of their products, including their powerful ketone supplement drink Ketone-IQ (TM).   When you tune in, you’ll hear about the following topics: Dr. Latt Mansor’s background and professional training and how he found himself in this space Whether there were any surprises that popped up in his research on diabetes   The differences between ketone salts, ketone esters, and H.V.M.N. What are the benefits of H.V.M.N.? What’s changed in the research over the last two years Other use cases for exogenous ketones When it comes to physical performance, is it better to have dual fuel with high carbs and high ketones? If you’re fasting, do exogenous ketones prevent fat burning? What to know about reaching autophagy while using exogenous ketones Are exogenous ketones a bad idea for some people? How Dr. Mansor personally uses exogenous ketones   Resources mentioned in this episode: Dr. Latt Mansor’s Instagram and Twitter H.V.M.N. Ketone-IQ (TM) H.V.M.N.’s Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube channel  
  • 158: Dr. Stephan van Vliet - Comparing the Nutrient Density of Grass-Fed vs. Grain-Fed Meat
    Dr. Anthony Gustin sat down with Dr. Stephan van Vliet to discuss his work on the nutrient density differences between pasture-raised grass-fed meats versus conventional grain-fed meats.   Dr. van Vliet’s research goes beyond just the omega fatty acid level differences and dives into other important nutrients that we don’t often focus enough attention on.   Dr. van Vliet also chats about what the soil health has to do with the health of the animal and how this affects those who eat it, how plant-based meats compare, how grass-fed meat is comparable to endurance athletes, and so much more.   You’ll also learn about Dr. van Vliet’s background and how he found himself studying nutrient density differences in protein sources.   If you’re not familiar with Dr. Stephan van Vliet, he earned his PhD in Kinesiology and Community Health and his Master’s degree in Nutrition Science.   He’s also a member of the Duke Molecular Physiology Institute within the Duke University School of Medicine and he’s currently an assistant professor and researcher at Utah State University.   Dr. van Vliet’s work has also been published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, the Journal of Nutrition, and the Journal of Physiology.   When you tune into this episode, you’ll hear about the following topics: Dr. Stephan van Vliet’s background and how he found himself in this space Dr. Stephan’s research on comparing the protein in whole eggs versus egg whites  The results from studying grain-fed versus pasture-raised beef How close to 400 compounds differed in grass-fed versus grain-fed meat The fatty acid difference in grass-fed versus grain-fed meat How the fatty acid profile in meat impacts people who eat it Comparing grass-fed meat to endurance athletes Dr. van Vliet’s Beef Nutrient Density project How the risk of heart disease changes with grass-fed versus grain-fed meats What happens when animals consume more phytochemicals in plants and how this affects us The anti-inflammatory effects of pasture-raised food How these other key nutrients differ in grass-fed versus grain-fed meats Comparing saturated fat levels in meats How soil health effects the nutrient profile in meat What happened to the nutrient profile of bison when they had a choice of what to eat Resources mention in this episode: Dr. Stephan van Vliet’s Google Scholar page Dr. Stephan van Vliet’s Twitter Dr. Stephan’s Beef Nutrient Density Project The research slides mentioned in the episode Stephan’s analysis of plant-based meats versus grass-fed meats Additional resources: The Natural State Podcast Episode 150: Richard Perkins - Creating Regenerative Agriculture Ecosystems The Natural State Podcast Episode 139: Eric Perner - Optimizing Regenerative Agriculture for a Better Future for Our Planet The Natural State Podcast Episode 122: Ed Byrne - Making Regenerative Agriculture Mainstream The Natural State Podcast Episode 109: Anya Fernald - Why Regenerative Farming is the Future of Meat  

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