Graeme, aka The Fitness Chef, is a social media sensation with over 500,000 followers on his Instagram account @thefitnesschef_. His amazing infographics are focused around health, nutrition, and fitness advice, challenging a lot of the myths and dogma out there.
Today, we have a unique episode as I am playing a podcast that I have been a guest on called the Hoop Commitment with Mike Nilson. Our discussion focuses on nutrition for youth athletes: what should they be eating before and after training, supplementation, meal planning, tracking macros, and muscle-building.
Scott and Dr. John Berardi chat about his fitness journey, the keys to success, and the importance of understanding the context of someone’s life. John is the co-founder of Precision Nutrition, one of the largest nutrition coaching companies in the world. He recently just sold his share in the business to focus on the Change Maker Academy. He has also recently authored his new book, Change Maker: Turn Your Passion for Health and Fitness into a Powerful Purpose and a Wildly Successful Career.
Jordan Syatt is a fitness expert and former world-record holding powerlifter. Recently he did a 'Big Mac Challenge' where he ate a Big Mac every day for 30 days and lost weight in the process. This episode explains why calories are always king and how flexible dieting and macro tracking can allow you to eat any food you like...
In this episode we're chatting all about gut health, the vegan diet, probiotics, lactose intolerance, the carnivore diet, fibre intake and lots more...
FFF 146: How Popular Diets Impact Gut Health - with Dr Gabrielle Fundaro is a post from: Food For Fitness
Scott and Paul Salter talk about yo-yo dieting, weight loss, and weight management. Did you know that some people find it easy to lose weight but it’s keeping the weight off after a diet phase that is more challenging? Find out how you can tackle this dilemma in today’s episode.
FFF 145: How To Avoid Weight Regain After A Diet - with Paul Salter is a post from: Food For Fitness
In this episode of The Food For Fitness Podcast Scott is joined by Wim Hof 'The Iceman'. Wim is renowned for his amazing ability to withstand freezing temperatures. He has various Guinness World Records for ice exposure including swimming under ice and running barefoot ice marathons. To enable him to do this he has developed the Wim Hof method which is a combination of breathing, cold exposure and medication.
Scott and Fraser Smith chat about mental health. A Glasgow-based psychologist, Frasher is just finishing off his doctoral research in Psychology and has worked as a counselor for many years. Fraser was previously on Episode 131 talking about SADS or Seasonal Affective Disorder. Today, he talks about men's mental health and mental health in general.
FFF 143: How To Take Care Of Our Mental Health - with Fraser Smith is a post from: Food For Fitness
In this episode, Scott & Dr Laurent Bannock share what you need to eat before, during and after a sports event to achieve your best performance.
Scott and James Kennedy chat about chemophobia, debunking some myths around chemicals, social media influence, and how this has actually become a serious public health issue people must pay attention to.
Scott and nutrition therapist, Ian Marber talk about his book, ManFood: The No Non-Sense Guide to Improving Your Health and Energy in Your 40s and Beyond. They look at some of the main health challenges men face such as conditions affecting the heart, prostate gland, cognitive function, and more.
FFF 140: How Men Can Improve Their Health & Energy In Their 40's And Beyond - with Ian Marber is a post from: Food For Fitness
Scott and Dr. Tharaka Gunarathne talk about mindset and motivation, specifically having a positive mindset and how to get rid of negative thoughts.
Scott is joined by Dr. Joshua Wolrich, a surgeon by trade, who also has thousands of followers on Instagram. This is largely due to his excellent content on nutrition and respectfully calling out a lot of the nonsense content posted by influencers on IG. Today, he talks about some of the biggest BS posted on Instagram, why these are wrong and dangerous, and what you can do, food in general, and the discussion around what is healthy
Scott chats with Richard Allison who is a sports nutritionist at Arsenal Football Club. They chat all about the the nutrition set-up and routines of the top players.
Scott chats with Anthony Warner aka The Angry Chef about some of the factors that contribute towards obesity. Topics include food environment, lobbying, messaging, food addiction, and more! Anthony is the author of The Truth About Fat.
FFF 136: The Truth About Fat - with Anthony Warner aka The Angry Chef is a post from: Food For Fitness
Scott and Dr. Catherine Hood chat about women’s health, specifically covering three main parts: menstrual cycle, menopause, and PCOS
In this episode Scott is chatting about obesity and weight management in the NHS with GP and fitness enthusiast: Dr Mike II.
FFF 134: Obesity & The NHS, A Frontline GP's Perspective - with Dr Mike II is a post from: Food For Fitness
Scott and Mike Matthews discuss motivation and mindset around training and goal setting.
FFF 133: The Little Podcast Interview About Workout Motivation - with Mike Matthews is a post from: Food For Fitness
My buddy Gordon Greenhorn jumps back into the host's chair to interview me (Scott) about my new book. We'll cover why I wrote it, the problem with all the other weight loss books out there and I'll share some of my favourite weight loss tips from the book with you.
FFF 132: 101 Ways To Lose Weight & Never Find It Again - with Scott Baptie & Gordon Greenhorn is a post from: Food For Fitness
This week, Scott and Fraser Smith as they talk about Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). What is it? How does it affect us? Who is more likely to experience it? Is it more prevalent in Scotland compared to the people in Norway? And what are ways to alleviate it? This episode is worth a listen because you might just resonate with the symptoms and it may be affecting you more than you thought.
FFF 131: Winter Blues, Are You Suffering From Seasonal Affective Disorder - with Fraser Smith is a post from: Food For Fitness
This week, Scott and Barbara Oakley talk about how you can learn how to learn, why our learning ability tends to decline as we grow older, and some learning hacks you can to do learn more effectively.
FFF 130: Learning How To Be A Better Learner - with Dr Barbara Oakley is a post from: Food For Fitness
This week, Scott and Dr. Jennifer Guttman talk about the six principles to achieving sustainable life satisfaction, including closing, decision-making, facing fears, reducing people-pleasing behaviors, avoiding assumptions, and active self-reinforcement. Learn how you can apply each of them into your life!
FFF 129: 6 Steps To A Sustainable & Satisfying Life - with Dr Jennifer Guttman is a post from: Food For Fitness
This week, Scott and Dave Cottrell talk about his recent A Life a Day project. Learn what mindset really is and how it can shape your daily life including relationships and experiences, and what effects social media has on it. Should you be more ruthless in unfriending and unfollowing people? Let's find out!
FFF 128: How To Nurture A Positive Mindset - with Dave Cottrell is a post from: Food For Fitness
This week, Scott and Emma Derbyshire talk about nutrition around pre-pregnancy, during pregnancy, and while breastfeeding. Learn about what food you should eat, supplements you need, what to avoid, weight loss while breastfeeding, and some myths around these topics debunked.
FFF 127: The Complete Guide To Eating When Pregnant & Breastfeeding - with Dr Emma Derbyshire is a post from: Food For Fitness
An author and speaker, James is known for talking about habits, decision making, and continuous improvement. Featured on New York Times, Entrepreneur, Time Magazine, and lots of TV appearances, his website gets millions of visitors each month. He regularly speaks to Fortune 500 companies and has worked with NFL, NBA, and NLB sporting professionals and teams.
In this episode, James shares some great strategies for creating habits you can stick to and get rid of the things you know you shouldn't be doing through sensible and evidence-based ways.