075: Dr. Angela Poff - Ketones, Ketosis, and Cancer Metabolism: A Top Keto Researcher Shares the Latest
In this podcast episode, Dr. Anthony Gustin interviews Dr. Angela Poff, a leading keto researcher based out of the University of South Florida. Dr. Poff has worked with Dr. Dominic D’Agostino, another leading researcher at USF, for almost 10 years now to study therapeutic ketosis and cancer metabolism, along with other conditions such as seizures and neurodegenerative diseases. You’ll hear more about everything they’ve discovered along this research journey when you tune into the episode. Dr. Angela Poff holds a Ph. D in Medical Sciences from the University of South Florida, where she’s been researching for almost a decade now. You’ll discover how Dr. Poff got into this space, why she’s so passionate about it now, and what she does on a day-to-day basis as a result of their research findings in this episode. Dr. Poff also shares her knowledge on ketones, ketosis on different cancer models, and how she modified keto for pregnancy. Check out the episode now to learn more!
074: Dr. Anthony Gustin - Keto Answers: Dr. Gustin’s New Book on Ketosis, Carb Tolerance, Different Keto Diets, and Whether Carbs Are Bad (Hint:They’re Not)
Does your body need carbohydrates? Are all carbs bad for you? Can you change your carb tolerance? Can you get all your nutrients from high-fat foods? If questions like these have come up on your keto journey, you’re not alone. That’s why Dr. Anthony Gustin wrote his new book, Keto Answers. In it, Dr. Gustin addresses 268 questions about keto, covering almost anything you might wonder about on your keto journey. In this podcast, Dr. Gustin and Chris Irvin, Head of Education for Perfect Keto, talk about the book-writing process, how many carbs your body needs, whether carbs are bad for you, how to change your carb tolerance, and more. If this is your first time checking out The Keto Answers Podcast and you’re not familiar, Dr. Anthony Gustin, the host of the episode, is a board-certified chiropractor and functional medicine practitioner as well as the founder of Perfect Keto. Since he transitioned out of his clinical practice, he’s made it my mission to help as many people as possible achieve optimal health and well-being. He does this by creating educational pieces -- such as this podcast episode -- and by developing high-quality, clean, keto-friendly products that make living low-carb easier. When you tune into the episode, you’ll hear more about Dr. Anthony Gustin and Chris’ keto journeys, as well as their thoughts on common keto questions. Check out the episode now and you may finally have the answers you’ve been looking for.
073: Dr. Mary Newport - Using Ketones to Combat Brain Inflammation
An unfortunate circumstance led Dr. Mary Newport down a path of needing to find alternative therapies for treating Alzheimer’s. Through her research, she discovered that something she was already feeding preemies in her NICU could help. So she dove headfirst into the research and started supplementing on her own and alongside clinical trials. In this podcast episode, she shares all about her journey and her incredible story, what her research has uncovered, and the powerful results she saw in as little as a few hours. You’ll also discover more about MCTs and coconut oil and why she recommends them for preventative purposes and to combat any existing inflammation before it gets worse. For anyone reading that’s not familiar with Dr. Newport, she’s one of the first to use coconut oil and MCTs to treat neurodegenerative diseases and she’s been doing so for over eleven years now. She’s also authored three books since starting this journey and has made it her mission to spread everything she’s learned in the hopes of helping others. By tuning into the episode, you’ll discover just how incredible MCTs can be for combating inflammation. Check out the episode now to learn more!
072: Justin Mares - The History of Perfect Keto, Problems with Food Manufacturing, Lab-Grown Meat, Sleep Issues, and Why the Blue Zones May Not Be Accurate
In this week’s episode, Dr. Anthony Gustin sits down with Perfect Keto’s other co-founder, Justin Mares, who’s also the co-founder of Kettle & Fire, to chat about a number of different topics. So you’ll discover how Perfect Keto started and how it has evolved, the story behind Kettle & Fire, and why both founders turned to health and wellness products. You’ll also hear how they both struggled with food manufacturers when developing their products and what they did to overcome this. Justin and Dr. Gustin also get into their thoughts on lab grown meat, regenerative farming, Blue Zones, and insomnia. If you don’t know Justin, he’s a best-selling co-author of the book, Traction: How Any Startup Can Achieve Explosive Customer Growth , among everything else mentioned. He’s also had his hand in a number of different successful side hustles, including small SaaS businesses, Udemy courses, email courses, investing in cryptocurrency, and so much more. Join us as we take a break from only talking about nutrition to giving you a behind-the-scenes sneak peek of what it takes to create high-quality health products. Tune in now!
071: Tim Noakes - CrossFit and Half Marathons on Keto, Carbs and Insulin Resistance, Getting Enough Protein, and the Problem With High-Carb Vegan Diets
Professor Tim Noakes challenged the current dietary guidelines in South Africa and faced heavy opposition -- both persecution and prosecution -- as a result. In this episode, you’ll learn why he did this, what really happened when he did, and why it was worth it for him to keep powering through despite everything he faced. Professor Noakes also shares how he used his research to treat his own insulin resistance which he developed despite being active and running half-marathons and several miles each week. You’ll also hear more about why he loves CrossFit at the age of 69 and why he recommends it. If you didn’t know, Professor Noakes has been published in 750+ scientific articles and books and cited over 19,000 times in literature. He’s also authored and co-authored several books and currently teaches medical professionals how to prescribe a low-carb diet to their patients. By tuning in, you’ll hear all about Professor Noakes’ recommendations for combating insulin resistance and improving your overall health. Check out the episode now to learn more!