Cliff’s articles have been published in magazines and on websites around the world with combined audiences in the millions.
Musings by Cliff
Nutrition, health, training, and life and purpose articles with a liberal dose of off-topic content
THERE IS NO EVIDENCE that eating frequently and forcing yourself to eat throughout the day offers any benefits.
Cliff chats with kettlebell guru and founder of The Master Kettlebell Academy, Mike ‘the Huff’ Huffam
Every cell in your body requires water to function correctly, and those functions inevitably include the processes that allow you to build and maintain muscle, lose body fat, and think clearly.
Cliff chats with advocate for social change and gendered violence educator, former professional fighter – Richie Hardcore.
To improve your health, and improve energy and performance, the priority is not how much, but what you are eating.
Issue 5 | Volume 1 | October 2019 In this issue: This month we have a special ‘Food Fight’ issue that focusses on the low-carb vs high-carb debate! Feature article Should you choose high or low-carb? There is a seemingly endless debate between advocates of high and low-carb diets. In
Recent media articles have highlighted the debate between low-carb and low-fat diets for treating diabetes. In this article, Cliff examines recent media reporting and the evidence for diet and the treatment of diabetes.
The idea that total and saturated fat intake is a risk factor for heart disease still persists. In this review, Cliff examines a recent meta-analysis that casts further doubt on this.
Some animal studies have suggested that a keto diet can result in insulin resistance and this is supported by some glucose tolerance challenges in humans. But is this phenomenon all that it seems, or could this actually be a healthy adaptation to a low-carb diet?
There is an endless debate between proponents of high-carb vs low-carb diets. So, how can you decide which is best for you? In this article, Cliff Harvey PhD summarises the research to show how you can determine what’s best for your body.
Despite being told for decades that we should eat small, frequent meals and to snack and ‘graze’ throughout the day, snacking is THE worst habit if you want to feel, look and perform better.
Mushrooms have been used in traditional medicine systems for thousands of years but it seems like ever since best-selling author and renowned ‘lifehacker’ Tim Ferriss posted about Lion’s Mane Coffee— “I was on FIRE for the entire day… I got more done that day than three or four days prior
The three pillars of health are inter-related, and all areas affect the rest.
Cliff chats with ‘the Godfather of CrossFit in NZ’ Darren Ellis, about how to stay fit, functional, healthy, and happy as a busted up former strength athlete.
Simply focusing on unrefined food is the key to achieving nutritional health From a clinicians point of view, it is already clear that differing amounts of the macronutrients (protein, carbohydrates, and fats) affect individuals differently, and while there are best-practice guidelines for various desired outcomes, there is a large degree