Podcasts

Podcast #13: Jeff Rothschild – Intermittent Fasting, Female Athletes Nutrition and Circadian Biology

In this podcast, Jeff gives amazing advice for endurance athletes, when it comes to nutrition manipulation around different workouts; some important considerations for the female athletes and how different phases of the menstrual cycle can impact performance and carb cravings; as well as, we discuss really interesting topics around fasting, circadian biology and night shifts. […]

Ines Subashka
26.1.17

IFS Podcast #12: Nicola Rinaldi, PhD – Hypothalamic Amenorrhea, PCOS and The Path To Recovery

Today I have another great guest who has dedicated her life to living for something more than her own personal goals. Her name is Nicola Rinaldi.  She has written the outstanding book “No Period. Now what!”, which is a really comprehensive guide to recovery from hypothalamic amenorrhea (HA). Nicola was diagnosed with HA and she […]

Ines Subashka
19.11.16

IFS Podcast #11: Robbie Bourke – Nutrition, Circadian Biology and Neurological Compensations

Today I have another great guest – Robbie Bourke from All Things Strength and Wellness. In this episode we talk about epigenetics, circadian biology, metabolic typing, Neuromuscular therapy and much more. The first time I heard Robbie talking in a podcast, I was on a long bike ride in the mountain. I always listen to […]

Ines Subashka
1.11.16

IFS Podcast #10 with Tristan Haggard: Ketogenic Diet As a Tool for Health, Performance and Beyond

My guest today is Tristan Haggard and you’ve probably read some of his great articles on The Primal Edge Health.com or you’ve watched some of his great, helpful videos on Youtube. Tristan is not like the other health gurus, because he approaches health and fitness through a different perspective – he looks on that through the […]

Ines Subashka
25.8.15

IFS Podcast #9: Borge Fagerli – Carbs at Night & Seasonal Variation In Nutrient Intake

In this episode of the IFS Podcast, I had a really interesting talk with Borge Fagerli. Borge is a Norwegian strength coach who looks deep at lifestyle factors and underlying health. He advocates a nutritional approach he terms the BioRhythm Diet, which looks at the connection between diet and circadian rhythms. You can read some […]

Ines Subashka
7.8.15

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