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
‘White’ carbs like pasta, bread and potatoes, are staples for many…but a friend to the waistline for few!
Cliff chats with low-carb researchers Drs Mikki Williden, Dan Plews, Caryn Zinn about whether low-carb diets REALLY affect hormone balance in both men and women.
Cliff chats with Dr Simon Thornley and Professor Grant Schofield about their proposed ‘Plan B’ for COVID in New Zealand
Try rice, quinoa, millet or amaranth instead of barley, wheat, and rye.
If you’re trying to lose stubborn body fat, try ditching the grains!
Celebrity trainer and chef Scott Gooding chats with Dr Cliff Harvey about how we can stay healthy while being stuck at home, what the COVID isolation might mean for long-term public health, and the silver-lining that perhaps we can use this to help find lives of greater passion and purpose.
Eating enough vegetables is one thing…making sure we eat them at enough meals is another!
Issue 4 | Volume 2 | April 2020 In this issue: This month The Carb-Appropriate Research Review goes deep on MCTS. Find out what medium-chain triglycerides are, how they work, what conditions and outcomes they may help, and how to use them most effectively. Featured article All About Medium Chain
Medium chain triglycerides offer the potential to elevate ketone levels and have a number of evidence-based application. In this post, Dr Cliff Harvey looks at the evidence behind the use of MCTs.
Berry powders are another nutrient-dense option for smoothies and to add to healthy baking and cooking.
Using apps to enable greater productivity and choosing to pay for selected, high-quality media, we can reduce stress and anxiety and possibly even save money in the longer-term.
There is a lot of misinformation about what can and can’t help during this COVID pandemic. In this podcast, Cliff outlines some of the things he’s doing to stay healthy.
Eat at least two fist-sized servings of berries every day
So much of the media we demand and consume nowadays has a ‘free’ price-tag. But is it truly ‘free’? What implications do click-bait, aggressive advertising, and other aspects of ostensibly free media have on our lives?
Social media is a way for us to connect with information and the people we care about but is excessive use sabotaging our health?