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This is the official Rebooted Body smoothie — low in sugar with a strong dose of healthy fat and moderate protein. Kaila Prins joins me on the show today to discuss brand new research that shows that eating chocolate can speed up your weight loss!
The post RB115: Eating Chocolate For Faster Weight Loss With Kaila Prins (Say What?) appeared first on Rebooted Body. The post RB114: A Blueprint For Beating Stress with Sara Eye appeared first on Rebooted Body. I decided that a podcast would be the best format for hashing out the context of this discussion and getting to the bottom of the intentions of the author of the infographic and the accompanying article. Everyone wants to know what to eat, how much to eat, where to eat, when to eat, and who to eat with. The post 8 Critical Vitamins You Cana€™t Afford to Be Deficient In appeared first on Rebooted Body. The post The Truth About Perfectionism That Nobody Has the Balls to Tell You (Part 2) appeared first on Rebooted Body.
The post The Truth About Perfectionism That Nobody Has the Balls to Tell You (Part 1) appeared first on Rebooted Body. The post RB111: (CWRP #02) Kevin Robinson From Kevin Hates Hip Hop appeared first on Rebooted Body. Kevin Robinson runs a PR firm for musicians and artists and has a podcast called Kevin Hates Hip Hop.
I open this show talking a little bit about the commitment myth—the idea that commitment is binary.
The post RB110: The Truth About Grains, Legumes, and Tubers with Arthur Haines appeared first on Rebooted Body. I open this show talking a little bit about the commitment myth---the idea that commitment is binary. The post How to Use Heart Rate Variability to Maximize Your Health and Performance appeared first on Rebooted Body. The post RB109: 4 Steps to Creating Long-Term Change in Your Life with Hannah Braime appeared first on Rebooted Body. She's telling me, with some emotion blatantly pushing through, that she has "one last chance" to transition out of her current situation. As I discussed the situation with Amy and started to inquire about her past attempts at transition, one excuse she made for failing to make change previously really stood out to me.
The post Get a Crazy Effective Workout with Tabata Sprinting appeared first on Rebooted Body. In Part 3 of The Trick of Low Carb Diets, I’m going to put low carb dieting in context for you. This is an information-packed episode and has the potential to be very life-changing for a lot of people. If you don't suffer from depression but know someone who does, please share this episode with them.
In Part 2 of The Trick of Low Carb Diets, Kevin discusses common side effects of being low carb.
The post RB106: (CWRP #01) Healthy Living in the Real World with Tony Scarborough appeared first on Rebooted Body. Tony Scarborough was the first ever guest on Rebooted Body, all the back on RB001 in April 2013. And those challenges are precisely why I invited him to be the first ever in-studio guest---to talk about healthy living in the real world.
Last week I did some equipment upgrades which also gave me the capability of having an in-studio guest (versus recording everything over Skype). Not only do we talk about the challenges that Tony has faced (so you can hear how he has worked to overcome them), we talk about the politics of health and how to win even though the deck is stacked against you.
While gluten gets all the attention these days, a potentially more problematic group of foods is creeping into our bodies and wreaking havoc. This is a continuation of our exploration of the concepts of movement as medicine and movement nutrition.
The post The Trick of Low Carb Diets Part 1: How They Work appeared first on Rebooted Body. The Rebooted Body Inner-Circle is a world-wide community and education platform designed to help you implement our ideas on real food, functional fitness, and behavior psychology in your life. The post The Two Best Functional Weight Lifting Tools for a Killer Workout appeared first on Rebooted Body. Brett had some emails from listeners and some questions about his own situation, so I joined him to discuss. The conversation is mostly centered around Real Food 101, low carb eating (and potential issues), stacking stress, and living a healthy lifestyle in a practical manner.
I'm a huge fan of what Brett is doing over at SSP and I encourage you to add his podcast to your playlist.


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A rant sampler from Rebooted Body founder, Kevin Geary, on the obstacles and challenges facing you on your journey to getting a body and life you love and what it takes to WIN. The post Winning in Health and Fitness [Rebooted Body Rant Sampler] appeared first on Rebooted Body. The post RB103: Health and Fitness Bullshit III with Kaila Prins and Justin Manning appeared first on Rebooted Body. The post 7 Little-Known Reasons Why Treadmills Are Making You Weak appeared first on Rebooted Body. We’ve been told again and again that “grazing” (consuming 6-8 small meals per day) is the best way to eat.
Intermittent fasting is a way of eating, or rather a lifestyle, which is the antithesis of grazing, and is currently being touted by nutritionistas far and wide as the optimal method of eating.
It’s hard to decide how and when to eat if the nutrition world is spouting a million different ideologies. Although there are an infinite number of variations, a few major intermittent fasting protocols rise to the top of internet-based searches. On an EOD fasting protocol, even when instructed to eat twice as much on fasting days, people can rarely do it.
In the study from which that figure was taken 1, they allowed participants to drink diet soda, coffee, tea, and to chew all the sugar-free gum they wanted on fasting days. Under a more controlled setting, where people were forced to eat enough to maintain their body weight, the results are less promising. In the real world, where you are not forced to eat enough to maintain body weight, you might lose fat on EOD… but this isn’t due to anything magical – you simply aren’t hungry enough to eat double every other day. On the Warrior Diet, you don’t eat all day until late afternoon, then eat until contentment over the course of about 4 hours. The 1 meal per day plan (Warrior Diet) is somewhat more practical and the results are much better 3: people who went from 3 meals per day down to 1 lost over 4 pounds of fat but gained almost 2 pounds of muscle over the course of 3 weeks, meaning that their body fat percentage declined by over 10%. Without restricting overall food intake, people on the Warrior diet lost fat and gained muscle, a considerable improvement over EOD. One variation on these protocols is “Eat Stop Eat,” and a similar version known as “Alternate day fasting (ADF)” that has actually been clinically tested.
In one study, people were told to eat one small meal on day 1 (75% less than usual), and 3 large meals on day 2 (25% more than usual) for 8 weeks.
But the most interesting finding is these people lost about 15 pounds, and over 75% of it was body fat. As somewhat of a compromise between EOD fasting and the Warrior diet, ADF will probably give you the best results with regard to body composition. While they represent the furthest possible deviation from “grazing,” intermittent fasting protocols are safe and effective at least up to 8 weeks. Due to a generally biased nature of diet studies, BuiltLean supports eating moderate and healthy meals rather than fasting as the healthiest course. If only 75% was fat then the other 25% must have been lean mass so how did they GAIN a pound of muscle? The short answer is yes, nothing but coffee and water until dinner is approximately the Warrior Diet; and a few grazing days per week bumps it up to Eat Stop Eat. Yesterday I read an article and it talked about eating every 2 hours to keep the blood sugar levels balanced. I’ve been intermittent fasting 2 to 3 days week pretty much every week since I saw IF in September when I was 101kg (222lbs).
The first month or so the weight just fell off, since then I’ve also been doing some body weight exercises to try and retain muscle. I’m not utterly convinced the weight loss is anything to do with fasting and is probably more to do with dropping 4000+ calories a week from my intake as well as stepping up the physical effort as I saw the pounds falling off.
But the fasting was easy, anyone can do one day, 600 calories carefully chosen is actually quite a lot of food, enough to get through the day without starving, then the next day eat what you like. But I needed the intermittent fasting to give me the results before I’d start to let go of my beloved pizza! Then later, sort of late evening (I don’t like going to bed hungry) just something to hold back the hunger pangs.
But the interesting thing was either as I saw results or as I got used to not eating a lot (or both) my desire to eat the bad foods and the overall amount I wanted to eat went down. It’s good, many many years ago I was in shape (170lbs, 10% BF) and now it feels like that person is on his way back. All those years eating junk, drinking alcohol every night it’s like there was a veil over my thoughts and my decision making was running on automatic.
FitDay highlights some of the complications one can experience by consuming too few carbs like fatigue, constipation, dizziness, fainting, headaches and muscle aches. However, the type of carbs you eat could be affecting how well your body responds to your desired weight loss. You’ll want to stay away from high-glycemic carbs like breads, potatoes, rice and pasta as these foods cause a spike in blood sugar. With a low-carb diet, maybe you and LeBron will be sporting a slim stature when the basketball season rolls around.
It's best described as the intersection of real food, functional movement, and psychology.


The shame and guilt that people experience alongside their overeating challenge is massive and paralyzing. Sara Eye is a CHEK certified fitness & exercise coach, nutritionist and holistic counselor in Austin, Texas. Sara Eye is a CHEK certified fitness & exercise coach, nutritionist and holistic counselor in Austin, Texas. Most of the hurdles don’t exist in the world around you though, they exist within you. This is the show that cuts through all the crap to deliver critical context based onA actualA human history. She joins me today to discuss authentic, long-term change and offers a four step process for success.
She's over 300 pounds, has high blood pressure and is on the verge of being diagnosed with full blown type ii diabetes. Since Tony was the first guest on this show, I thought it fitting that he also serve as the first in-studio guest. Katy Bowman, author of Move Your DNA, joins me to talk about practical movement stuff that you’ve probably never thought about before.
Katy Bowman, author of Move Your DNA, joins me to talk about practical movement stuff that you've probably never thought about before.
As these diets continue to rise in popularity, so does the number of people experiencing many of the potentially negative side effects. I’ve also offered a lot of insight as to why you might still be struggling with sugar cravings, despite your best efforts to break free. We currently have clients in over 26 countries around the world and many of them have told us point blank that this is the best investment theya€™ve ever made in themselves.
This article lays out exactly just what intermittent fasting is, how you can do it, and what you can expect to gain. With this, they fared pretty well: of the 3 pounds they lost over the course of 3 weeks, 57% of it was body fat (not bad, but not great). Alternate-day fasting in nonobese subjects: effects on body weight, body composition, and energy metabolism.
A controlled trial of reduced meal frequency without caloric restriction in healthy, normal-weight, middle-aged adults. Alternate day fasting (ADF) with a high-fat diet produces similar weight loss and cardio-protection as ADF with a low-fat diet.
Yesterday I had a normal grazing day with 3 healthy meals and a couple of snacks, High Protein Mid Carb. Being a hard gainer I struggled to put on any mass till I moved to more frequent feeding ( 6 to 7 meals ).
Can you give some detail on what you ate on fasting and non fasting days – I ‘ d like to try it! A couple of Shredded Wheat (skimmed milk and no sugar!), a yogurt with a few strawberries and grapes, anything – just keep the calories down. Eating badly and the resulting poor physical condition didn’t just hurt my body it numbed my mind.
He decided to try the diet in an effort to stay in tiptop shape and (hopefully) prolong his career.
If you do decide to give a low-carb diet a shot, the Medical Center at the University of Maryland has some tips to help you shed pounds healthily. When your blood sugar rises it sets off a chain reaction starting with an increase in insulin levels.
The worst aspect of this discussion was that I felt people were being dismissive of an infographic that was making some very relevant points.
I also gave clear examples of how perfectionism is destructive to your health and happiness. This is why I’ve dedicated much of my work to the psychology of behavior modification. Today I’ve only had coffee and water, I plan on eating a big meal aroud 4-5pm and a couple of snacks through 8pm.
But we also understand that there are things you just can’t get from food anymore due to our modern environment.
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If you’re looking for a fast, 20 minute fat burning workout to start adding in one to two times a week, Tabata sprinting is our top recommendation. The evolutionary use for depression and some key takeaways about the root cause of depression. Hopefully I go off-speech better than Joe Biden does—email me and let me know what you think.
Hopefully I go off-speech better than Joe Biden does---email me and let me know what you think.



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