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The Fit2Fat2Fit Experience

The Fit2Fat2Fit Experience Podcast features Drew Manning of www.fit2fat2fit.com. Drew brings his unique perspective on health and fitness to the podcasting world. Drew gained international media attention from his journey of gaining and losing 75 lbs. on purpose by blogging and writing a NY Times Best Selling book about it (Fit2Fat2Fit). Drew dives into why diets don't work, why people lose weight only to gain it back. Why does it seem so hard? Because focusing on just nutrition and exercise is missing the mark. Overall health and wellness is key to long-term success and often our industry neglects this. Drew answers your questions and interview leaders in the industry to share secrets about real transformation and long term success. Health is not just working out and eating wholesome foods, it is also mental, emotional, and spiritual. Change comes from the inside out so join us on this journey!
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Mar 27, 2018

Today’s inspiring story comes from someone who has lived on both sides of the weight loss scale. Certified Personal Trainer and Health Coach, Lisa Schlossberg was obese during her entire childhood to her sophomore year in college. When she decided to do something about it she found herself addicted to unhealthy workout practices and undereating. It wasn’t until she decided to uncover what was at the root of her food addiction that she was able to find both physical and mental balance in her life. She shares the key ingredients to her transformation and tips for parents on how to talk with kids who eat based on their emotions.

 

Join Drew on the Second Annual Fit2Fat2Fit Cruise in October 2018! A 7-day cruise that includes nutritional seminars, workouts, health coaches and keto-friendly meals.

 

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Key Takeaways:

 

[6:20] Lisa used food to cope with her childhood emotions.

[17:11] Leaving home for college gave Lisa the freedom to stop eating her feelings.

[25:00] Lisa shifted from unhealthy overeating to unhealthy undereating.

[29:07] How Lisa shifted into a living a healthy lifestyle.

[34:18] Lisa pays it forward.

[40:07] Mental and emotional tips for people who want to change their lifestyle.

[45:44] Parenting tips for kids who have quirky eating habits.

 

Sponsors:

Complete Wellness Supplements — Shop for Drew’s hand-formulated powdered greens, probiotics, and MCT Oil Powder

Dry Farm Wines — Use this link for a bottle of wine for $.01 with any order

Dollar Workout Club

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Schlossfit on Facebook

Insight Timer App

Fit2Fat2Fit

Fit2Fat2Fit on A&E

Fit2Fat2Fit on Facebook

Fit2Fat2Fit Book

Drew on Social Media: @fit2fat2fit

Email Drew: Drew@fit2fat2fit.com

Mar 20, 2018

Have you ever wondered why some foods leave you feeling bloated and gassy? In this episode, Drew asks guest gut health expert, Dr. Norm Robillard, Ph.D. to break down the digestive process and share the important role of bacteria in our bodies. Dr. Robillard spent most of his career researching microbiology for biotech firms. When he began experiencing constant heartburn and acid reflux issues, he turned to a low-carb, keto diet which eliminated his digestive troubles. He has since written several books and founded the Digestive Health Institute and the Fast Tract Diet to help others who suffer from digestive issues.

 

Join Drew on the Second Annual Fit2Fat2Fit Cruise in October 2018! A 7-day cruise that includes nutritional seminars, workouts, health coaches and keto-friendly meals.

 

If you like this podcast subscribe & review it on iTunes | Stitcher.

 

Key Takeaways:

 

[6:53] Dr. Norm's personal health journey led him to study the effect of carbohydrates on digestion.

[14:14] Do common medications put a band-aid on digestive ailments?

[19:15] The Fast Tract Diet, SIBO, and dysbiosis.

[34:54] Is one sugar alcohol safer to consume than others?

[40:29] How to test for excessive gases in the gut.

[51:15] Are supplements beneficial in combating acid reflux?

 

Sponsors:

Complete Wellness Supplements — Shop for Drew’s hand-formulated powdered greens, probiotics, and MCT Oil Powder

Dry Farm Wines — Use this link for a bottle of wine for $.01 with any order

Dollar Workout Club

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Digestive Health Institute

Fast Tract Diet on Facebook

Books by Dr. Norm Robillard

Wired to Eat by Robb Wolf

Fit2Fat2Fit

Fit2Fat2Fit on A&E

Fit2Fat2Fit on Facebook

Fit2Fat2Fit Book

Drew on Social Media: @fit2fat2fit

Email Drew: Drew@fit2fat2fit.com

 

Mar 14, 2018

Today we revisit episode 031 with Dr. Dom D'Agostino.   We dive into whether or not the Ketogenic Diet will help athletes workout more effectively.  

Dr. Dominic “Dom” D'Agostino is a Professor in the Department of Molecular Pharmacology and Physiology at the University of South Florida. He joins Drew to discuss how athletes can obtain peak performance and resilience through nutrition and a ketogenic diet. As a Senior Research Scientist at the Florida Institute for Human & Machine Cognition, Dr. D'Agostino focuses on developing and testing metabolic therapies using a ketogenic diet and supplements. He enjoys working out and bodybuilding, so he knows first-hand how effective this therapy can be.

 

Key Takeaways:

[6:02] Dr. D'Agostino has always been interested in nutrition, but it was neuroscience that led him to ketosis.

[12:11] What is nutritional ketosis? How do you reach it? What are the benefits of being in a ketogenic state?

[20:56] A ketogenic diet can have very different results on men and women’s bodies.

[22:46] What are some industry myths about ketosis or other considerations Fit2Fat2Fit listeners should know about?

[29:14] Most people can benefit from a ketogenic diet, even if they do it intermittently to gain lean muscle mass.

[36:44] The field of nutrigenomics will have the capacity to predict deficiencies by analyzing a drop of blood.

[40:03] Dr. D'Agostino shares tips for a 3-week trial ketosis diet.

[42:57] What about a ketogenic diet for endurance athletes, CrossFit athletes and football players?

[58:10] Exogenous ketones - Why is everyone talking about them and how do they work?

[1:05:20] Your body could go into a state of stress when first starting a ketogenic diet.

[1:09:20] Our brains and cells are already hardwired to use ketones as an energy source.

[1:15:54] If a person does eat a ‘treat’ food, what can they do to minimize the impacts of glucose?

[1:21:20] Why aren’t you studying the microbiome?

[1:25:14] Dr. D’Agostino answers questions from Facebook.

[1:30:28] The Lightning Round!

 

Sponsors:

Kegenix - Use F2F2F for a free FitBit Flex with the purchase of a 30 day supply or 15% off of any purchase with this Fit2Fat2Fit link

Dollar Workout Club

 

Mentions:

Fit2Fat2Fit

@fit2fat2fit

2FitatHome

@2fitathome

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Metabolic Optimization

Ketogenic Diet Resource

IHMC

@DominicDAgosti2 on Twitter

Dominic D’Agostino on Facebook

Mar 6, 2018

If you are like me, you love your kids and you want them to be as healthy as possible. As a parent and a health coach, I take every opportunity to share the benefits of good nutrition with my girls but I also like to keep it entertaining. In this episode, I share eight things I do to keep my girls healthy, books that make food education simple and a few fun games I use in my house at mealtime.

 

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Key Takeaways:

 

[5:55] Finding a balance without going overboard with giving children treats.

[8:07] Include your children in the food preparation process.

[12:53] Simple ways to keep the eating process entertaining.

[13:56] The musical vegetable game.

[15:35] Educate your kids about nutrients and health.

[16:57] Sunday is a food fun day.  

[20:35] Recommended reading for kids about food.

[25:14] Find healthy alternatives to foods your kids like.

 

Sponsors:

Complete Wellness Supplements — Shop for Drew’s hand-formulated powdered greens, probiotics, and MCT Oil Powder

Dry Farm Wines — Use this link for a bottle of wine for $.01 with any order

Dollar Workout Club

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Ronnie Rhino Food Book Series by Mark Coccio

Fit2Fat2Fit

Fit2Fat2Fit on A&E

Fit2Fat2Fit on Facebook

Fit2Fat2Fit Book

Drew on Social Media: @fit2fat2fit

Email Drew: Drew@fit2fat2fit.com

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