Cliff’s articles have been published in magazines and on websites around the world with combined audiences in the millions.
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Nutrition, health, training, and life and purpose articles with a liberal dose of off-topic content
I’m back on The Stag Roar with Ryan O’Connor. We discuss health, nutrition, dietary guidelines, research and my latest book THE CREDO, and go ‘beyond nutrition’ and down the rabbit hole of mind-body health and pursuing a life of passion and purpose!
Bone broth has become a popular food-supplement but does it really provide health or performance benefits?
Fatigue is a common presenting symptom and unfortunately, its treatment is wrapped in woo! This article presents evidence-backed interventions to help you recover from fatigue
Cliff Harvey started changing the world 20 years ago, he’s still going. Catch up with his doctoral research, views on keto, mental health and more.
Issue 3 | Volume 1 | August 2019 In this issue: Articles Is the Ketogenic Diet Really a Cure for Cancer? The ketogenic diet is touted as a ‘cure’ for cancer with claims that it effectively starves cancer cells of fuel. But do these claims stack up? Can the Ketogenic
ABC News https://www.abc.net.au/news/health/2019-07-04/who-saturated-fat-recommendations-out-of-date-expert-team-says/11274136 Article Summary In a new study published in the British Medical Journal,1 18 well-known researchers have disputed the World Health Organisations dietary guideline to reduce saturated fat to less than 10% of daily calories, and have stated that this dietary guideline is not backed by evidence. The
Ketogenic diets might help to improve the function of important supportive brain cells.
A common criticism of low-carb and keto diets is that they do not supply adequate amounts of essential nutrients, but is this justified?
Recent articles have suggested that higher fat intakes are responsible for ‘keto-crotch’. Does this study support that contention?
Ketogenic diets and ketones themselves offer a promising treatment option for neurodegenerative disorders and cognitive decline.
The ketogenic diet is often touted as a ‘cure’ for cancer. But is this justified? Could there be risk from using a keto-diet for cancer?
Over 7 million copies of Eat Right for Your Type have been sold and many people follow a ‘blood type diet’. But does it stand up to scientific scrutiny?
The Carb-Appropriate Podcast Ep.16 In this episode of the podcast, I chat with yogi, and recovery-focussed personal trainer Rachel Grunwell about her journey from investigative journalism to running marathons and becoming a health-focused journalist and yoga practitioner. Rachel’s new book ‘Balance’, featuring insights from health and performance experts from around
Most people assume they need to ‘load up’ on carbs before training. But could this do more harm than good?
The Carb-Appropriate Podcast Ep.15 Chris Miller has a wide and varied background in health and performance. He has completed graduate and post-graduate qualifications in history, health science, Chinese medicine, and much (much!) more. He has worked with many Olympians, world level and professional athletes. Chris is the founder of Primalthenics