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A Podcast Designed to Bridge the Gap Between Macros, Metabolism, and Functional Medicine. Here we focus on translating complex concepts into leverage for your health, fitness, and nutrition goals with a special emphasis on content for coaches & health professionals. Sam Miller is a best-selling author in the field of nutrition and metabolism has more than 15 years of experience as a health, fitness, and nutrition coach. His programs help coaches and health professionals improve their clients ...
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While having a good body composition and losing fat is important, is there be a more important facet to longevity? The answer is yes and that is building muscle. In today's episode, we'll go beyond weight loss when it comes to longevity and examine the connection between building lean muscle and resilience, muscle mass and morality, and examine a 2…
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Could your gut health be directly impacting your gains and progress in the gym? In today's episode, I'm going to share new research that answers this question with a resounding "yes". We'll discuss gut health and muscle function, a study around elite water polo players, results of the study and implications, and more. Topics include: - Gut Health a…
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With the increased accessibility of at home testing kits become available, it's easy to understand the appeal and convenience but is it worth your money and how accurate are they? In today's episode, we'll take a look at some of the most popular tests on the market right now and share what to look out for, some overlooked tests many forget about, i…
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Do you know if your supplements are truly working? Could it just be the placebo effect? We know individuals take supplements to aid in the pursuit of their goals and I'm a fan of supplementation in the right context for the right person. However, I don't want you throwing your money away on ineffective supplements or not giving them enough time to …
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Even the very best of dietary approaches can be ruined with a few common mistakes and in today's episode, I want to go through some of the most popular dietary approaches today including keto, paleo, vegan, and more and explain why this is the case. Calories still matter in these dietary approaches so it's important for you and your clients to be c…
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While fiber is great for our overall health, motility, and regulating blood sugar among many aspects, too much of a good thing can lead to issues. This begs the question could fiber be making gut issues worse for you or your clients? In today's episode, we're going to discuss the different types of fiber, a world gastroenterology journal study arou…
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How expensive is it to eat a primarily whole food diet in today's economy? Surprising less than you might think compared to the average spending that occurs. In today's episode, I want to investigate the average American's food costs, where they spend money for food by category, and debunk the myth that it's "too" expensive to eat healthy. Topics i…
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Should everyone go gluten free? While 1 in 6 individuals statistically are affected in some way to gluten, would it be a good idea to just cut it out all together for everyone? In today's episode, we'll explore a double blind randomized controlled trial study around this topic, highlight some potential indicators, and more. Topics include: - Should…
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Could this one popular sleep supplement actually be an incredibly underrated tool for women's health and even managing PMS, PCOS, and general infertility? The answer is yes and by the title, today we are going to explore melatonin. We'll take a look at melatonin as a hormone and antioxidant, how melatonin works in the body, how it aids in women's h…
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Most of us know the issues that plastics pose to our health and our environment but to what extent is this an issue in our lives and our client's lives? This topic is becoming more and more alarming and in today's episode, I'm going to share a few studies on why this is the case. We'll also discuss tips on how to reduce your exposure including hydr…
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Much like any other industry (with the hopeful exception of airline pilots) there are great individuals and not so great ones. Physicians are no different and in today's episode, we're going to explore 5 red flags that signal it may be time to find another doctor. From not feeling seen and heard to being trigger happy with the prescription pad, the…
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While I've discussed the importance of EPA and DHA when it comes to our health in previous podcasts, it's important to understand where to optimally obtain these key fatty acids and spoiler alert: many supplemental forms suck. They either lack the proper dosage required to have any notable effect or have oxidation or impurity issues. We'll discuss …
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There's an argument that exists between the reps in reverse crowd vs the technical failure training style crowd of which is superior when it comes to hypertrophy. In today's episode, we are going to look at a brand new February 2024 study looking at both male and female participants, what they found, and how this applies to your or your clients. To…
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A popular topic around women's health is PCOS, insulin resistance, and potential issues this can cause when attempting to lose fat in a dieting phase. Does PCOS directly affect fat and weight loss efforts or is there more to it? I want to share a recent meta-analysis on this topic and what we can learn as coaches or someone in their own transformat…
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While Ozempic is still the hot button topic when it comes to "quick fix" weight loss modalities, gastric bypass surgeries are still occurring frequently and we have some new research that, as a coach, is important to understand. We'll take a look at the research findings, what deficiencies they saw after the surgery, different types of surgeries, a…
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A very interesting article in the journal Brain Behavior and Immunity examined the relationship between hormonal contraceptives, stress, and inflammation. We'll talk about hormonal birth control and it's potential issues, the soical stress test, how to implement this information, and more! Topics include: - Hormonal Birth Control, Stress, and Infla…
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While this episode has the potential to be flagged and taken down, I can't in good conscious not share this research, its findings, and what this means for our society. My chief concern with bringing this information to the forefront is healthy men and boys collapsing at an alarming rate with no conscious as to why. I'll share the study details and…
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A new study that came out in 2023 has some interesting observations when it comes to caffeine and sleep quality I wanted to bring to your attention in today's episode. We will discuss the benefits of caffeine, why our under-recovered society relies on this substance, caffeine half lives and how grapefruit juice and alcohol can impact it, conclusion…
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A diet style around alternate day fasting is rising in popularity in the nutrition space but is it evidence based or is it just another fad diet? In today's episode, we'll examine this trend, when it may or may not be helpful for you and your clients, the downsides of diet switches, and more! Topics include: - Science of Alternate Day Fasting - Coa…
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There are still many individuals out there that believe they can out-exercise certain parts of their nutrition or burn off excess sugar and potential fat gain through exercise alone. If you are a coach or in your own transformation, this is important information to know and share. In this episode, I'm breaking down a 2024 study on sugar-sweetened o…
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If you've been a coach for a decent length of time, you know the value of retention and keeping a client versus always having to acquire more clients every month which feels like a never ending hamster wheel. After 15 years in this industry, I can confidently say I've learned what to do and what not to do when it comes to retention and have helped …
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Are we as a country consuming too much protein? Or is there a potential agenda to recent headlines claiming we are? In today's episode, we're going to look at some recent headlines on protein and why they may not be educating for the purposes of health and longevity but could be taking more of an activist perspective. I'm here to present the facts …
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Who doesn't love a good snack every once and awhile? Frequency being key here as a new study shows individuals are susceptible to potentially consuming a meal's worth of calories when snacking is added up. These hidden calories could explain weight loss plateaus along with digestive and other issues. Listen in as I explain more about the study and …
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Walking into a grocery store, one would think it would be setup and stocked for the health and wellbeing of the customer but sadly, this isn't the case. A grocery store is just like any other business that depends on marketing and their bottom line. Encouraging ultra-processed foods is beneficial for them in many ways and the people behind the make…
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According to their website, the enhanced games are "backed by the worlds' top venture capitalists, the Enhanced Games is the Olympics of the future. When 44% of athletes already use performance enhancements, it is time to safely celebrate science." Is this a true statement? Or detrimental to sport and society? We'll discuss it all in today's episod…
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A once demonized food could potentially be a testosterone supercharger for your post workout nutrition but what do the study results indicate? In today's episode, I will break down a 12 week study looking at whole egg vs egg white only consumed post workout and the testosterone increase along with other factors tested as well. Topics include: - Who…
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What is the buzz surrounding the latest Netflix documentary centered around veganism? While the media frenzy and social media debates have brought "You Are What You Eat" into the limelight, it's critical we approach these type of documentaries with a skeptic's eye and critically think about the claim's made that will impact you and your client's he…
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Our friends across the pond have acknowledged the problems and issues with certain additives and ingredients we still fail to take action on and this information is important to understand for you and your clients. In today's episode, we're going to cover 5 ingredients that are banned in European countries but still exist here in the United States.…
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Just from today's title, you know we'll be diving into some questionable material but it's important to understand what is passing as "information" that your clients might be consuming. In today's episode, we'll look at a recent study examining the effects of Oreo consumption, LDL cholesterol markers, the lipid energy model, and more. Topics includ…
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While it is common knowledge that more sickness occurs during the winter months especially in colder areas of the country and world, few know the ACTUAL reasons why this occurs. In today's episode, I want to cover the real reasons why we tend to get sick during the winter months and why it has to do with evolution and the seasonal variation of our …
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Everyone knows by now the dangers and risks of smoking but many aren't aware of several lifestyle factors that pose a similar risk to an individual's health and longevity. In today's episode, I want to cover 6 specific factors to be on the lookout for when it comes to you or your client's long term health. Topics and factors include: - Obvious Heal…
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Does the type and quality of dietary fat affect body composition and weight loss? In today's episode, I want to examine a recent study with 32 female participates looking at recommended vs consumed fat intake and different dietary fats consumed. We'll also discuss the real world application of this study including cooking oil swaps, meals and snack…
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You've probably heard me talk a time or two (or a lot more) on water quality and why it's such an important consideration and on today's episode, I wanted to dive deeper into why this is the case when it comes to thyroid health. We'll discuss more than just water quality covering bromide, iodine, food quality, nutrition labels, and much more. Topic…
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Normal vs optimal can be two very different scenarios when it comes to lab testing so today's episode is diving into a few functional medical tests, understanding them through a western medicine reference range lens, and why this is important to you as a coach. Topics include: - Popular Functional Medical Tests - What We’ll Cover Today - Western Me…
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After a recent conversation with a new mentee, it got me thinking about some of the fellow coaching friends I've made in my decade plus career so far and what sets them apart from the other coaches I started out with that are no longer in the industry. My hope in this perspective building episode is that you understand the importance of resourceful…
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If you or your clients have done "everything right" when it comes to your sleep and still struggle with sleep quality, there may be a hidden consideration to investigate. That consideration is gut health and possible overgrowth issues. In this episode, I'll talk about a few specific overgrowth scenarios, the why around overgrowth, and explain a few…
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From a women's health perspective, common symptoms of PMS including bloating, cramping, and brain fog to name a few can be disruptive to everyday life. These physiological and psychological symptoms can affect the desire to train and let's be honest: it's not fun. In today's episode, we'll discuss some key considerations within nutrition and lifest…
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Heading into a new year, our wellbeing has never been more important especially our mental wellbeing. In today's episode, I want to highlight some key lifestyle interventions, considerations, and potential supplements if needed to maximize our mental health. Topics include: - Lifestyle Interventions and Mental Health - Exercise vs Pharmaceutical Dr…
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After a few conversations with coaches recently, I can't not talk about this anymore. With having your best interest in mind when it comes to your life and your career as a coach, I see too many fall victim to a few different situations that leave them stuck in perpetual learning mode and not executing to help people in need. The mass amount of cer…
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There are certain phases that a health and nutrition coach reaches in their careers much like the circle of life from the Lion King. Most of us start out on our own transformation, gain confidence and knowledge through that process, gain a bias towards said knowledge, then we hit a point where we realize there is more to the story than our current …
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I was shocked by a recent call with a coach recently as she shared she was overwhelmed with how to help just over 50 clients on her roster and struggling with the systems she had in place. Moreover, she told me she has at least 12 clients where she has no idea how to help. Most business coaches would say, "hire an assistant coach" with that roster …
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One of the coolest parts of my job is that I get to work with coaches just like you from around the world with different backgrounds, goals, and desires and I wanted to share 6 specific success stories with you today. Thank you to Hannah, Holly, Allison, Blake, Molly, and Erin for sharing your experiences with FNMS and Metabolism School and we can'…
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While I could take this opportunity to destroy this article from many different perspectives, I want to instead focus on a few key lessons we can learn from this article and what it says about how mainstream media is disseminating information. I first want to discuss my philosophy with managing nutrition and the 5 M's, you or your client's personal…
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Looking to improve your coaching enrollment in 2024? The term client conversions is simply enrolling prospects into clients and into your coaching program and after a decade plus, I have 3 catalysts or ways for you to improve this area. I'll talk about the belief barrier, the "expert" effect, problem solving, and give you some real life examples of…
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While the shock and awe of Stripe screenshots may do well for engagement on social media, there's a metric most business coaches don't talk about that you need to track if you want to be an in-demand expert coach for the long term. You may have heard of the term Lifetime Value or LTV but I want to be more specific when it comes to coaches and servi…
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I recently joined Michael Chernow on his podcast Kreatures of Habit to discuss a wide array of topics around metabolic health. It's officially 2024 and taking care of your health at a metabolic level has never been more important. We also discuss how bodybuilding can teach you to be more disciplined, the importance of staying consistent with your n…
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Is the 25-40g of protein per meal max a thing of the past? In a very recent article that released this month, "The Anabolic Response to Protein Ingestion During Recovery from Exercise Has No Upper Limit in Magnitude and Duration in Vivo in Humans" (PMID: 38118410), we see that a 100g protein intake has a "greater and prolonged anabolic response" th…
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It can be easy this time of year for our goals and standards to take a backseat temporarily and, with that, comes the potential for negative emotions and I've felt these all too well in my past as well. These emotions including guilt, shame, and regret and we can feel them whether we are looser with our standards or uphold them firmly and miss out …
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I don't know about you, but as someone who has been in this industry a decade plus, the marketing this time of year is vexing. Whether it's your health or your coaching business, the "quick" approach won't get you very far. I want to share and vent a little about my frustration with this topic in hopes you don't fall for these reactive marketing ta…
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As more and more marketing is put into the supplement industry, we've seen the rise and popularity of adaptogens and for good reason in most cases. These adaptogens have solid research behind them and contribute to many benefits. Today's episode is an in-depth look at the function of adaptogens, some popular adaptogens including ashwagandha and rho…
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