Julian Mitchell – Mushroom Man!

The Carb-Appropriate Podcast Ep.11 Julian Mitchell is a physio turned myco-entrepreneur. He is as passionate about mushrooms and their use as both food and medicine as I am, and I was stoked to chat with him on this episode of the cast. Julian is one of the founders of Life Cykel, a Byron Bay (NSW, Australia) based producer of organic, ethical, and sustainable mushroom products. Sit back, relax, and join us on an in-depth chat of all things ‘shrooms! Want to study the use of medicinal mushrooms? Check out the new course ‘Functional Mycology’ at the Holistic Performance Institute. Interested in trying Medicinal Mushrooms? Listeners of the podcast can get a massive 25% off their first order of Life Cykel mushrooms at Nutrition Store Online. Just use code: CA-SHROOMS when you order at www.nutritionstore.online or click on the link to have your discount automatically applied: https://www.nutritionstore.online/discount/CA-SHROOMS Disclosure: Cliff is the owner of Nutrition Store Online, the New Zealand exclusive distributor of Life Cykel products Intro sample from Get Up, Stand Up by Public Enemy feat. Brother Ali. Outro sample from Spastic Mumblings by Jesse Spillane – http://freemusicarchive.org/

Eric Helms PhD

The Carb-Appropriate Podcast Ep.10 In this episode of the cast I chatted with my good buddy and colleague Dr Eric Helms about physical culture, low- vs high carb, getting big and jacked and much more! Eric is a coach, athlete, author, and educator. He earned pro status as a natural bodybuilder with the PNBA in 2011 and competes with the IPF at international level events as an unequipped powerlifter. He has published multiple peer-reviewed articles in exercise science and nutrition journals and writes for commercial fitness publications. Overall, he is considered one of the best in the biz of nutrition and training for bodybuilding and strength development. Check out Eric’s great e-books on Nutrition and Training for strength, power, and physique The Muscle and Strength Pyramids: http://ow.ly/f1cK50p2SZD MASS Research Review: https://transactions.sendowl.com/stor… Intro sample from Get Up, Stand Up by Public Enemy feat. Brother Ali. Outro sample from Spastic Mumblings by Jesse Spillane – http://freemusicarchive.org/ Transcript coming soon (for Patrons only)

Mikki Williden PhD

The Carb-Appropriate Podcast Ep.9 Super-stoked to chat with my buddy and colleague, leader in the wholefood, lower-carb nutrition field in New Zealand, Dr Mikki Williden. Not to be missed for anyone interested in an evidence-based, yet holistic (and simple!) approach to eating for health and performance. Find Mikki at https://mikkiwilliden.com/ Mikki has a great selection of articles, recipes, as well as online coaching to help you get your nutrition and health on track. Follow Mikki on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/mikkiwillidennutrition/ Check out one of the papers co-written by Mikki and Cliff (top 5 in Public Health and Nutrition at Peer J 2018) https://peerj.com/articles/4488/  Full transcript available below for Patrons [ppp_patron_only level=”5″] Cliff Harvey: [00:00:03] Welcome back to the Carb-Appropriate podcast. It is my absolute pleasure today to be talking to my good buddy, Dr Mikki Williden. As per usual, I do my little genesis story with my guest on the podcast. Cliff Harvey: [00:00:17] I met Mikki quite a few years ago now, and it was at a health and fitness expo. I was spruiking one of my products, Good Green Stuff, and one of our staff said, “Oh, we’ve got a nutritionist who wants to talk to you about a few things”, and I thought, “oh, no – here we go”, because, typically when a nutritionist/a dietician comes up and wants to talk to me that they want to slam me for some aspect of low-carb or carb-appropriate nutrition – and so, to take me to task on saturated fats and things like…

Joe ‘Keto’ Rogister

The Carb-Appropriate Podcast Ep.8 In this episode Cliff is joined by Joe ‘Keto’ Rogister. Joe is a pioneer of both social marketing and new-business development in Australasia and helped to introduce exogenous ketones to the market in this part of the world.  Pruvit ketones can be found at: https://cliffharvey.pruvitnow.com/ In NZ, contact the team at www.nutritionstore.online for info on how to purchase ketones. 

Professor Grant Schofield

The Carb-Appropriate Podcast – Ep.7 I really loved chatting with Professor Schofield in this edition of the podcast. Grant is a professor of public health and director of the Human Potential Centre at the Auckland University of Technology. He was also the supervisor for my PhD research, and we have collaborated on a bunch of research papers. Grant has emerged as a leader in the field of low-carbohydrate nutrition and the re-evaluation of the current (faulty) dietary guidelines. He’s also been a key mover in helping to get kids more active and in creating ‘livable’ cities with a focus on movement. Grant and collaborators Dr Caryn Zinn and Craig Rodger have just released their latest book: What the Fat? Recipes which features over 130 delicious, low-carb recipes. What The Fat? Recipes This episode is brought to you by The Carbohydrate Appropriate Diet book. Professor Schofield wrote the foreword to Cliff Harvey’s 2017 book, The Carbohydrate Appropriate Diet. The Carb-Appropriate book helps you to find your customised level of carbohydrate intake, so that you can go beyond the battle of ‘low-carb vs high-carb’ to find your unique, best-fit diet. Carb-Appropriate Podcast listeners can get a massive 50% off The Carbohydrate Appropriate Diet by clicking: https://www.nutritionstore.online/discount/CAGRANT?redirect=%2Fproducts%2Fcarbohydrate-appropriate-diet or by using the code CAGRANT at http://www.nutritionstore.online Intro includes sample of ‘Get Up Stand Up’ Public Enemy feat. Brother Ali. Outro sample; Jesse Spillane ‘Spastic Mumblings’ both from http://freemusicarchive.org Patrons can read the full transcript below [ppp_patron_only level=”5″] Cliff Harvey: [00:00:05] Welcome back to the…

Phil Dowling ND, MA

The Carb-Appropriate Podcast Ep.6 Phil Dowling is a legit OG of nutrition and naturopathy in New Zealand. He has been in practice for 3 decades, is a lecturer in various aspects of physiology, pathophysiology, and clinical nutrition and is, to top it all off, one of Australasia’s leading nutrition practitioners for gut-health. In this cast I riff with Phil about gut-health, fermented foods, probiotics, prebiotics, and what many people get wrong about how to optimally improve gut-health. Find Phil at https://www.healthjourneysnz.com/ This episode was supported by my favourite ‘synbiotic’ supplement, Vita Biosa. Vita Biosa is more than just prebiotics and probiotics! It’s a complete, living, active ecosystem of health-promoting herbs, cellular fuels, organic acids,  and a range of the most beneficial bacteria for the gut and overall health. Carb-Appropriate Podcast listeners can get 20% off Vita Biosa by going to: https://www.nutritionstore.online/discount/CABIOSA or by using the code CABIOSA at www.nutritionstore.online Vita Biosa is also available at Health 2000 stores and most other fine health retailers around NZ. Find stockists at www.biosa.co.nz $5 and over patrons can access the full podcast transcript below [ppp_patron_only level=”5″] Cliff Harvey: [00:00:01] Hey team. Welcome back to the Carb-Appropriate podcast. This episode is brought to you by Vita Biosa, one of my favourite pro-, pre-, and post-biotic products. When it first came out it was interesting because it didn’t really look like a lot of the other probiotics out there and probiotics were getting a lot of play at the time and this was a little…

Lara Briden ND

The Carb-Appropriate Podcast Ep.5 In this episode, I chat with Lara Briden ND, The Period Revolutionary.  Lara is a world-renowned expert on women’s health and hormonal issues. In this podcast, we get into her background in evolutionary biology, the dangers of birth-control pills, the HPTA axis and hormonal health, keto and women’s health…and more! Check out Lara’s book The Period Repair Manual. Not to be missed for anyone interested on hormonal health and women’s health in general.

Pete Evans

The Carb-Appropriate Podcast Ep.4 In this cast, I chat with celebrity chef, paleo and keto guy, and health advocate Pete Evans. The discussion rambles from why Pete and his family started out living a paleo and now keto lifestyle, into mind-body health, and the recent controversy over some of Pete’s health pronouncements, and movie The Magic Pill. Strap in! It’s a goodie. 

Scott Gooding

The Carb-Appropriate Podcast Ep.3 In this episode, I chat with my good buddy, all-round great guy, celebrity chef and trainer, Scott Gooding. Scott is the author of 11 books (and counting) and the founder of reconditioned.me and The Good Place cafes. This is a must-listen for anyone interested in low-carb nutrition, training and exercise, and a real-food approach to health and wellness.

Dan Plews PhD

The Carb-Appropriate Podcast Ep.2 Dan Plews is a researcher and endurance coach. He performed much of the research on heart rate variability (HRV) and is also a pioneer in the field of fat-adaptation and ‘mixed fueling’ (i.e. ketones and carbohydrates) for endurance activity. Oh…and, he’s also a weapon of an athlete, having recently smashed his group records in both the Taupo Ironman in New Zealand and the Kona Ironman world championships. This is a must-listen for anyone interested in mixed-fuelling, fat-adaptation, low-carb nutrition, and endurance sports.

Paul Cadman

The Carb-Appropriate Podcast Ep.1 Paul Cadman is an endurance athlete and coach, and certified performance nutrition coach. His unique approach to evidence-based coaching, combined with self-experimentation, and the experience he brings to coaching from his extensive business background is fast making him one of NZ’s top endurance coaches. In this cast we discuss keto and low-carb nutrition for endurance sports, along with ‘mixed-fueling’ (carbs + ketones) for sports and cognitive performance. Not to be missed for endurance buffs and ketone fans!