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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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Jul 30, 2020

How would you respond if you had to endure something that would change your life forever? Adapting to an identity shattering event can be too much to overcome for even the strongest of people, yet finding new meaning and learning from the past can plant the seed for a future of growth, change, and success. Kalon Ludvigson - 4 time World Cup Champion, 2 time World Record Holder, and 12 time US National Champion in tumbling - learned this lesson when a freak accident put a halt to his gymnastics career and forced him to overcome something that would ultimately alter his life indefinitely. After going from one of the top gymnasts in the world to being confined to a wheelchair, Kalon learned to adapt, overcome, find happiness, hope, meaning, and even love. Hear Kalon’s story - it’s a wild one - on this episode of the Fit2Fat2Fit Experience!

 

HIGHLIGHTS:

 

[11:15] Kalon explains what it was like to be one of the best gymnasts in the world. 

 

[17:12] Kalon tells the story of his freak accident - from the hour after it happened, to the process of recovery.

 

[27:15] How Kalon overcame an identity crisis after no longer being able to do gymnastics.

 

[38:50] The most important lesson that Kalon learned from his accident.

 

[41:30] Kalon’s coming out story, how this affected his relationship with close family, and how he found love.

 

SPONSORS:

 

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Jul 27, 2020

Ben Coomber is a nutritionist, educator, speaker, and writer. He hosts the #1 rated health and fitness podcast in the UK, and founded his own supplement brand called Awesome Supplements. In this episode, Ben and Drew talk about how Ben went from an overweight and bullied teen to having a successful career in the nutrition and wellness industry. First, Ben draws out what he learned from his journey, and talks about the most important aspects of weight loss and transformation. Finally, they get into the gritty truth of living a healthy life while working full-time, spending time with family, maintaining relationships, and all the other various responsibilities of being an adult. Find this - and more - in this episode of the Fit2Fat2Fit Experience.

 

HIGHLIGHTS:

 

[04:47] Ben tells the story of how he went from being an overweight teen to a personal trainer by the age of 21. 

 

[16:50] How Ben helps people change their mindset in preparation for a lifetime of sustainable health. 

 

[25:00] Ben dives into his nutritional and physical philosophy after becoming a father. 

 

[36:10] How Ben plans to approach nutrition with his daughter as she grows older.

 

[41:38] How to detach your self-image from your body-image and transform your life.

 

SPONSORS:

 

Keto School Program — Get access to all of Drew’s keto content in one convenient location. It’s an all-keto monthly membership program that starts with empathy first for only $8.95/month. Get your first week free, cancel any time. 

 

Complete Wellness Supplements — Shop Drew’s hand-formulated, high-quality, pre-workout greens, Keto Meal Replacement with grass-fed collagen, MCT Oil soft-gels, and more.

 

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SHOW LINKS:

 

Ben's Website

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Jul 23, 2020

Sameera Khan is an obesity expert, registered Dietitian/Nutritionist, Physician Assistant, best-selling author, professional speaker, and Nutrition Adjunct Professor specializing in client support and weight loss programs. In this episode of the Fit2Fat2Fit Experience, Drew and Sameera take a deep dive into the world of weight loss in extreme cases of obesity, as well as weight loss for everyday people. Not only do they discuss nutrition and exercise, but they also explore the importance of emotional and mental health as it relates to weight loss - and how to leverage everything at one's disposal in order to lose weight and keep it off. Find all of this and more in this insightful episode!

 

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HIGHLIGHTS:

 

[03:44] Sameera recalls how growing up in India shaped her passion for nutrition, as well as the food-culture shock of moving to America in her early 20’s. 

 

[11:52] Why people often lose weight, only to gain it back quickly after achieving their goals. 

 

[19:00] How meditation can drastically increase physical and mental health by reducing cortisol levels and creating a mindset of presence.

 

[25:30] Sameera’s nutrition advice when trying to help a client quickly lose a large sum of weight.

 

[32:09] Sameera’s philosophy on exercise when working with severely obese clients - plus, how she reccommends doing keto as a vegetarian.

 

SPONSORS:

 

Keto School Program — Get access to all of Drew’s keto content in one convenient location. It’s an all-keto monthly membership program that starts with empathy first for only $8.95/month. Get your first week free, cancel any time. 

 

Complete Wellness Supplements — Shop Drew’s hand-formulated, high-quality, pre-workout greens, Keto Meal Replacement with grass-fed collagen, MCT Oil soft-gels, and more.

 

Dry Farm Wines — You can have alcohol on the ketogenic diet. Use this link for a bottle of wine for $.01 with any order



SHOW LINKS:

 

Sameera's Website

@lowkcalgal on Instagram

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Jul 20, 2020

Today on the Fit2Fat2Fit Experience, Drew sits down with former professional boxer turned author, Ed Latimore, to talk about the superpower of not caring what other people think. In this episode, Drew and Ed dive deep into the past to explore the roots of addiction, motivation, self-perception, and how these factors can positively or negatively impact your future. Often we surround ourselves with people that enable our negative choices, and often these people will continue to draw us back into past behaviors. To address this, Ed explains how to shift perception in order to change your own life positively - starting with not caring what other people think.

 

HIGHLIGHTS:

 

[16:00] Ed dives into the pain of his past and reflects on the struggles of his addiction.

 

[24:55] The superpower of not caring what other people think; Ed explains how he went from alcoholic to successful author.

 

[34:20] Ed gives advice on how to shift your mindset in order to positively shape your future.

 

[39:35] Letters To My Drunken Self - what Ed would say to his past self. 

 

[44:00] The biggest life lessons that Ed learned from boxing.

 

SPONSORS:

 

Keto School Program — Get access to all of Drew’s keto content in one convenient location. It’s an all-keto monthly membership program that starts with empathy first for only $8.95/month. Get your first week free, cancel any time. 

 

Complete Wellness Supplements — Shop Drew’s hand-formulated, high-quality, pre-workout greens, Keto Meal Replacement with grass-fed collagen, MCT Oil soft-gels, and more.

 

Dry Farm Wines — You can have alcohol on the ketogenic diet. Use this link for a bottle of wine for $.01 with any order



SHOW LINKS:

 

Ed's Website

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Jul 16, 2020

Have you felt stuck in a rut lately? If so, you might be too comfortable. In this episode of the Fit2Fat2Fit Experience, Drew sits down with strength and conditioning coach - Jerred Moon - to discuss killing comfort in order to unlock your maximum performance potential. Jerred’s insights can be applied to countless areas of life including your workouts, nutrition habits, career choices, and even relationships. All of which are waiting to be taken to the next level. Set performance goals and learn to kill comfort in this hard-hitting episode!

 

HIGHLIGHTS:

 

[08:45] Jerred dives into his new book, “Killing Comfort” and explains how killing comfort can help people of all walks of life achieve their goals.

 

[19:50] How focusing on performance metrics - rather than simply a desired outcome - can help you achieve your goals while also helping you cultivate a mindset of motivation, skill development, and a more holistic perception of the self.

 

[32:04] How Jerred’s approach to nutrition has transformed based on his approach to fitness and wellness.

 

[37:53] The three daily habits of killing comfort.

 

[43:32] The nine things that you should prioritize in order to perform at the maximum level.

 

SPONSORS:

 

Keto School Program — Get access to all of Drew’s keto content in one convenient location. It’s an all-keto monthly membership program that starts with empathy first for only $8.95/month. Get your first week free, cancel any time. 

 

Complete Wellness Supplements — Shop Drew’s hand-formulated, high-quality, pre-workout greens, Keto Meal Replacement with grass-fed collagen, MCT Oil soft-gels, and more.

 

Dry Farm Wines — You can have alcohol on the ketogenic diet. Use this link for a bottle of wine for $.01 with any order



SHOW LINKS:

 

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Jul 13, 2020

In this episode of the Fit2Fat2Fit Experience, Drew chats with the CEO and founder of KetoneAid - Frank Llosa - to discuss everything about ketone esters. Ketone esters effectively raise blood ketone levels to simulate ketosis even if you aren’t on a strict keto diet, which can benefit everyday people and athletes alike. In their conversation, Drew and Frank explore the history of ketone esters, various applications for all types of people, and the best protocols to follow regarding how one plans to use ketone esters. 

 

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HIGHLIGHTS:

 

[07:15] Frank breaks down what a ketone ester is, and gives a brief history of their development. 

 

[23:17] Frank and Drew discuss performance protocols when consuming ketone esters.

 

[38:05] How ketone esters and the keto diet may help COVID-19 patients recover at a higher rate.

 

[44:35] How ketone esters can be beneficial to everyday people by aiding in recovery, boosting energy, and reducing brain fog. 

 

[52:34] The future of ketone esters as technology continues to progress, prices become cheaper, and they scale to the mass market.

 

SPONSORS:

 

Keto School Program — Get access to all of Drew’s keto content in one convenient location. It’s an all-keto monthly membership program that starts with empathy first for only $8.95/month. Get your first week free, cancel any time. 

 

Complete Wellness Supplements — Shop Drew’s hand-formulated, high-quality, pre-workout greens, Keto Meal Replacement with grass-fed collagen, MCT Oil soft-gels, and more.

 

Dry Farm Wines — You can have alcohol on the ketogenic diet. Use this link for a bottle of wine for $.01 with any order



SHOW LINKS:

 

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Jul 8, 2020

In this episode of the Fit2Fat2Fit Experience, Drew sits down with renowned bodybuilder and personal trainer Leo Costa to discuss how he went from dairy farmer to personal trainer and bodybuilder, to ultimately surviving not one, not two, but THREE strokes in a three week period. They discuss everything from the world of bodybuilding to business and chasing your dreams despite what life throws at you - all of which Leo has intimately experienced. Don’t miss Leo’s powerful story on this week’s episode!



HIGHLIGHTS:

 

[10:15] How Leo found the sport of bodybuilding and left behind his family’s dairy farm to pursue his dream of becoming a successful personal trainer.

 

[24:18] Leo’s advice for anyone chasing a dream while running into hardships, and how he overcame financial and mental adversity. 

 

[27:00] A delve into the world of bodybuilding, how Leo taught himself the sport, and how his generation brought personal training to the mainstream.

 

[45:10] Leo’s transition from bodybuilding, including major life changes as his body demanded change.

 

[52:00] Leo tells the story of how he endured 3 strokes in a 3 week period. 

 

SPONSORS:

 

Keto School Program — Get access to all of Drew’s keto content in one convenient location. It’s an all-keto monthly membership program that starts with empathy first for only $8.95/month. Get your first week free, cancel any time. 

 

Complete Wellness Supplements — Shop Drew’s hand-formulated, high-quality, pre-workout greens, Keto Meal Replacement with grass-fed collagen, MCT Oil soft-gels, and more.

 

Dry Farm Wines — You can have alcohol on the ketogenic diet. Use this link for a bottle of wine for $.01 with any order

 

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SHOW LINKS:

 

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Jul 1, 2020

In this episode of the Fit2Fat2Fit Experience, Drew talks to professional ultra-marathon runner and keto-adapted athlete Mike McKnight about his recent 100 mile run with zero food. They discuss how Mike discovered the sport of running, how he discovered the keto diet, and how the keto diet has transformed his running performance. Finally, they break down Mike’s 100 mile run with no food, and explore how the results may help future runners properly adapt to the keto diet while optimizing their performance and boosting overall energy.



HIGHLIGHTS:

 

[04:40] How Mike overcame a broken back and discovered the sport of ultra-marathon running.

 

[19:25] How Mike prepares in anticipation of an upcoming race including his training schedule, diet, and how he typically fuels his body in an ultra-marathon.

 

[25:55] Mike’s post-race recovery protocol, and how it might change in light of his fasted 100 mile race.

 

[29:37] Mike explains how his training differed in preparation for a fasted race, and walks us through his 19 hour run.

 

[41:50] Mike’s plans going forward and how this race has changed his perspective on preparation as well as the mid-race benefits of adapting to less food.

 

SPONSORS:

 

Keto School Program — Get access to all of Drew’s keto content in one convenient location. It’s an all-keto monthly membership program that starts with empathy first for only $8.95/month. Get your first week free, cancel any time. 

 

Complete Wellness Supplements — Shop Drew’s hand-formulated, high-quality, pre-workout greens, Keto Meal Replacement with grass-fed collagen, MCT Oil soft-gels, and more.

 

Dry Farm Wines — You can have alcohol on the ketogenic diet. Use this link for a bottle of wine for $.01 with any order

 

SHOW LINKS:

 

@dirtymike_89

 

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Jun 24, 2020

In this powerful episode of The Fit2Fat2Fit Experience, Drew sits down with Dr. Ben Hardy to discuss his book “Personality Isn’t Permanent” and how awareness of identity can radically change your life. They discuss objectively viewing  your personality as something that is constantly changing—especially when you are in a mindset of growth—and how to use this to define and shape your future self. They also discuss past experiences of trauma and how the past must be viewed as something that happened for you, not something that defines you, in order to grow past where you are in the present.



HIGHLIGHTS:

 

[11:25] Key things you can do to change your environment in order to achieve your goals.

 

[21:30] Ben discusses how trauma shapes personality, his chaotic childhood, and how to deal with unresolved trauma.

 

[28:35] Ben breaks down common myths about personality and offers alternative ways to view personality in order to facilitate personal growth. 

 

[34:35] Ben and Drew talk about the bad science behind personality tests and how they can ultimately cause much more harm than good to your own personal growth or the growth of a business.

 

[40:26] The most effective and science-based ways to make radical changes in your life.

 

SPONSORS:

 

Keto School Program — Get access to all of Drew’s keto content in one convenient location. It’s an all-keto monthly membership program that starts with empathy first for only $8.95/month. Get your first week free, cancel any time. 

 

Complete Wellness Supplements — Shop Drew’s hand-formulated, high-quality, pre-workout greens, Keto Meal Replacement with grass-fed collagen, MCT Oil soft-gels, and more.

 

Dry Farm Wines — You can have alcohol on the ketogenic diet. Use this link for a bottle of wine for $.01 with any order

 

SHOW LINKS:

 

Ben Hardy's Website

Personality Isn't Permanent

Willpower Doesn't Work

EP160 with Ben Hardy

The Psychology of Your Future Self TED Talk

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Jun 19, 2020

In this episode of The Fit2Fat2Fit Experience, Drew shares his experience of running 100 miles in 24 hours. The run came with many hardships, but with the help of an amazing team, friends, and family, Drew pushed through and was able to cross the finish line. However, before walking us through the run, Drew first opens up about last year's attempt and why he failed, as well as explaining how he physically, nutritionally, and mentally prepared for this year's run. Finally, Drew leaves us with a reflection about what he learned after achieving something that he once thought would be impossible. 

 

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HIGHLIGHTS:

 

[01:45] Drew explains why he wanted to run 100 miles in 24 hours to begin with, and why he failed last year.

 

[04:00] Drew walks us through his physical training in preparation for the race.

 

[13:53] Drew explains his diet and nutrition in preparation for the race, as well as how he prepared the day before his run.

 

[28:05] Drew recalls the race mile by mile, and explains how he sustained his pace - physically, emotionally, and mentally - in order to finish in under 24 hours.

 

[42:35] Drew crosses the finish line! The feeling of accomplishment in the face of doubt and uncertainty is special. Here Drew reflects on doing what you once thought was impossible and conquering whatever mountain you may be facing. 

 

SPONSORS:

 

Keto School Program — Get access to all of Drew’s keto content in one convenient location. It’s an all-keto monthly membership program that starts with empathy first for only $8.95/month. Get your first week free, cancel any time. 

 

Complete Wellness Supplements — Shop Drew’s hand-formulated, high-quality, pre-workout greens, Keto Meal Replacement with grass-fed collagen, MCT Oil soft-gels, and more.

 

Dry Farm Wines — You can have alcohol on the ketogenic diet. Use this link for a bottle of wine for $.01 with any order

 

SHOW LINKS:

 

Can't Hurt Me - David Goggins

 

The "IRON COWBOY" James Lawrence Episode

 

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Jun 17, 2020

Have you ever wondered what role genetics play when determining what diet may be best for you? In this episode of the Fit2Fat2Fit Experience, Drew sits down with John O’Connor of MyGeneFood.com to discuss the process of genetic testing and how it might transform your life. First, they chat about how John found genetics and why he thinks genetic testing is beneficial. Then, they explore Drew’s genetic makeup and what diet is best suited for him. Finally, Drew and John discuss how genetic testing could help YOU find the best diet and positively transform your life.

 

HIGHLIGHTS:

[06:30] The benefits of genetics. How John O’Connor discovered the benefit of genetics and why he thinks that genetic testing for diet is the future of nutritional health. 

 

[19:45] Big takeaways from Drew’s genetic type. John and Drew talk about what this means for Drew’s diet going forward.

 

[26:29] Cannabis Score. John explains how genetic testing can predict one’s mental, and sometimes physical, reaction to substances like cannabis and alcohol.

 

[34:48] Drew and John explore what makes mygenefood.com unique compared to other genetic tests.

 

[37:50] How genetic testing can transform your life. John walks us through the testing process step-by-step and explains what you can do to transform your life for the better after getting your results. 

 

SPONSORS:

 

Keto School Program — Get access to all of Drew’s keto content in one convenient location. It’s an all-keto monthly membership program that starts with empathy first for only $8.95/month. Get your first week free, cancel any time. 

 

Complete Wellness Supplements — Shop Drew’s hand-formulated, high-quality, pre-workout greens, Keto Meal Replacement with grass-fed collagen, MCT Oil soft-gels, and more.

 

Dry Farm Wines — You can have alcohol on the ketogenic diet. Use this link for a bottle of wine for $.01 with any order

 

SHOW LINKS:

MyGeneFood Website - use code FIT2FAT2FIT for 15% off!

@genefood

American Journal of Clinical Nutrition - Histamine Intolerance

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Jun 9, 2020

Did you know there are things in the environment actively working against your healthy efforts? Chemicals in the water, estrogen coming from plastics, and additives in processed foods are all working against our body’s natural systems. And, on top of that many doctors prescribe medications that can exacerbate issues and even cause side gastrointestinal problems. Drew’s guest, Dr. David Minkoff, believes that an organic whole food diet is the key to losing weight, regaining health, and healing our bodies. He is the co-founder of LifeWorks Wellness Center and the founder of BodyHealth Products. During this conversation, he shares his wife’s journey back to health, the problems with accepting the status quo of processed foods and prescription meds, and the most important actions you can take to change your life now.  

 

For a free copy of Dr. Minkoff's book The Search for the Perfect Protein, email josh@bodyhealth.com and mention this podcast, they'll send you a copy!

 

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Key Takeaways:

 

[5:06] The long journey Dr. Minkoff and his wife went through to cure her autoimmune disease caused by the mercury fillings in her mouth. 

 

[15:27] Dr. Minkoff’s 44th Iron Man has been put on hold due to COVID-19. 

 

[17:21] The toll heavy metal poisoning can take on your body.

 

[21:12] The diet and hormones Dr. Minkoff suggests for patients who want to lose weight.  

 

[30:08] Why are so many people experiencing health issues such as obesity and diabetes today?

 

[34:39] How Dr. Minkoff heals people with allergies through nutrition by cleaning up the gut.

 

[43:12] At 71, this is how Dr. Minkoff keeps his strength up and his body ready for Iron Man competitions.

 

[52:12] The physiological changes you can experience by changing the food you eat.  

 

[58:28] Dr. Minkoff’s thoughts about the emotional components of eating and lifestyle changes.

 

[1:03:31] The top 2 things people can do to transform their health. 

 

Sponsors: 

 

Keto School Program — Get access to all of Drew’s keto content in one convenient location. It’s an all-keto monthly membership program that starts with empathy first for only $8.95/month. Get your first week free, cancel any time. 

 

Complete Wellness Supplements — Shop Drew’s hand-formulated, high-quality, pre-workout greens, Keto Meal Replacement with grass-fed collagen, MCT Oil soft-gels, and more.

 

Dry Farm Wines — You can have alcohol on the ketogenic diet. Use this link for a bottle of wine for $.01 with any order

 

Mentioned in This Episode:

Body Health

Dr. Minkoff Website

Get Dr. Minkoff’s book The Search for the Perfect Protein for free if you mention Fit2Fat2Fit here 

Lifeworks Wellness Center

@LifeworksWC on Twitter

Keto School Program

Single Daddy Daily Podcast — A Collaboration of Drew & Evan DeMarco

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Complete Keto Book

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Email Drew: Drew@fit2fat2fit.com

Jun 2, 2020

There is one key factor that is under your control which will make your dreams come true. You must believe you can. All the physical exertion in the world will make no difference if your mind isn’t set to become the person you want to be. Drew’s guest, Cornell Thomas, is a shining example of ‘if there is a will there is a way’. Every single twist and turn in Cornell’s inspiring story is enough to make most people give up, but not him. He made adversity his teacher. He has transitioned from wannabe basketball player to head coach to professional speaker and author and the sky's the limit for what is next. During this conversation, he shares the power of his mother’s faith, the struggles he faced while working toward his dream, and why he shares his message with the next generation. 

 

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Key Takeaways:

 

[6:04] When Cornell first started learning basketball he says he had the coordination of a baby deer.

 

[11:19] The sobering realization that his mother had more faith in him than he did. 

 

[15:40] Just after getting a big opportunity to play ball in Portugal, Cornell tore his calf muscle and needed surgery.

 

[20:17] After recovery, Cornell realized his purpose in life wasn’t to play basketball, it was to help people. 

 

[30:03] The many transitions Cornell went through on his path to become an author and professional speaker. 

 

[38:13] Stretching himself outside of his comfort zone is how Cornell keeps continual learning in his life.

 

[44:57] Cornell explains how he speaks with children.

 

[48:22] Game of Death is Cornell’s new book about the mindset of an entrepreneur. 

 

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May 26, 2020

Finding a new way of eating that makes you feel great is exciting but when it comes to maintaining your new food philosophy it is not always easy. In this episode, Drew’s guest, Jeff Frese, Founder of Fat Snax shares his story of taking hard-boiled eggs into the movies to stay in ketosis. He knew there had to be a way to create a satisfying (and less smelly) snack you could eat anywhere. Along with his 6-year-old daughter, Jeff created the perfectly scrumptious keto cookie. Since 2016, Fat Snax has ruled the keto snack market and is available in most major grocery chains and online. Drew and Jeff also discuss the benefits they realize from being on a ketogenic diet, what influenced Jeff to create his own brand of products, and the ingredients that set Fat Snax apart from other keto snacks.  

 

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Key Takeaways:

 

[4:16] The influences that led Jeff to become the business owner he is today. 

 

[8:40] The benefits Jeff noticed when he went full-on keto were mental clarity and being leaner and stronger without much effort. 

 

[10:14] Following the 4-Hour Work Week formula and with the help of his 6-year-old daughter Jeff tested, branded, and sold his keto cookies.

 

[16:29] The ingredients and sweeteners that set Fat Snax apart from other keto snacks.

 

[24:46] Drew and Jeff share their current diet regimen. 

 

[34:14] Key strategies that helped propel Fat Snax into the mainstream.

 

[40:30] How to find Fat Snax and contact Jeff. 

 

Sponsors: 

 

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Mentioned in This Episode:

Fat Snax

@eatfatsnax on Instagram

Keto School Program

Single Daddy Daily Podcast — A Collaboration of Drew & Evan DeMarco

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May 19, 2020

Finding the right lifestyle doesn’t always happen in a day. Experimenting with workouts, supplements, and food can lead to an individualized approach to health that increases your chances of contentment and success and transitioning from one diet to another shouldn’t leave you riddled with shame or guilt. But, that is exactly what happened to Drew’s guest, Daria Deptula. Daria was a hardcore vegan online influencer and bodybuilder who lost most of her clients and many of her followers when she announced she was integrating animal products back into her diet. During this conversation, she shares the physical changes her body went through when she switched to veganism, what led her back to the omnivore lifestyle, and the emotional impact the negativity from the vegan community left on her after her transition. 

 

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Key Takeaways:

 

[5:11] Daria shares the experience of moving from a farm in Poland to living in the U.S.

 

[7:22] Daria got interested in fitness in college but had not yet formulated her nutritional goals.

 

[13:10] After watching a documentary on Netflix, she started her journey into veganism and found herself engulfed in the ethics.

 

[19:43] The biggest mistakes people make when going vegan.

 

[22:09] Daria won second place American Natural’s Bodybuilding bikini competition as a vegan athlete. 

 

[25:00] After losing her menstrual cycle, Daria had an egg moment and it restored her period.

 

[37:28] A binge session in Costa Rica led Darian to transition back to eating animal products and to experiment with cyclical keto.

 

[49:36] Daria believes people can thrive as vegans but it’s just not for her. 

 

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Mentioned in This Episode:

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May 12, 2020

The biggest factor in people not succeeding in their physical transformation is most often tied to emotional trauma or challenges they have yet to overcome. Many people ‘put a bandaid on a bullet hole’ by exercising and dieting without fixing their emotional challenges first. To delve deeper into the correlation between physical and emotional transformation, Drew welcomes Chiropractor and Creator of the Overview Method Dr. Nima Rahmany aka Dr. Nima. Dr. Nima has worked for 20 years helping patients heal the trauma that created unhealthy patterns in their life and to overcome anxiety through cognitive and somatic tools and humor. If you struggle with diet and exercise this episode will help you better understand the unconscious patterns that are holding you back. Are you ready to breakthrough?

 

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Key Takeaways:

 

[6:13] Dr. Nima describes the correlation between unresolved trauma and chronic illness and the program he developed to help his patients become ‘trigger proof’. 

 

[9:04] How childhood traumas influence adult behavior.

 

[12:31] Connecting the dots between the parts of ourselves we have abandoned and why we use numbing agents and unhealthy distractions.

 

[21:17] Dr. Nima describes the cognitive and body-based Overview Method and how it is used as a healing mechanism.

 

[24:19] How releasing emotional baggage also releases physical baggage. 

 

[30:13] The 3 steps of integrating intimacy in your life.

 

[34:54] Is self-healing and emotional regulation the future of healthcare?

 

[37:45] Becoming trigger proof means that there is a choice not to be driven by old patterns.

 

Sponsors: 

 

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Mentioned in This Episode:

Dr. Nima 

Dr. Nima’s Virtual Workshop — Drew’s listeners get free access using the code ‘Trigger Proof’

Dr. Nima on YouTube

@DrNima on Instagram

Triggerproof Facebook Group

Keto School Program

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May 5, 2020

Every body is different. There is no one-size-fits-all for human health especially when it comes to diet. The food we eat affects overall health more than any other lifestyle element. But it seems the health and fitness industry sends mixed and sometimes confusing messages. To gain a better understanding of what bio-individual health looks like from the point of view of a nutritionist, Drew welcomes cookbook author and nutritional therapy practitioner Christina Curp to the podcast. Christina describes how she got over her unhealthy choices to cure her skin, and body issues, how she stays motivated during quarantine with her 7-year-old son, and the focus of her books, Made Whole and Made Whole Made Simple: Learn to Heal Yourself Through Real Food & Healthy Habits

 

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Key Takeaways:

 

[5:31] What it’s like having your spouse deployed in the military.

 

[6:51] Why Christina started The Castaway Kitchen food blog.

 

[9:34] Christina describes the unhealthy coping mechanisms she used to numb herself in her youth.

 

[14:27] Feeding the family a veggie-heavy keto or paleo diet. 

 

[20:37] In her book, Made Whole Made Simple, Christina tries to stress      the importance of a bio-individual approach. 

 

[25:52] How to gauge success in health and fitness goals. 

 

[32:13] How Christina is staying motivated and healthy during       quarantine and being a single parent. 

 

[38:37] With her book tour cancelled what Christina is craving in 2020.

 

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Mentioned in This Episode:

The Castaway Kitchen 

@TheCastaway Kitchen on Instagram

Keto School Program

Single Daddy Daily Podcast — A Collaboration of Drew & Evan DeMarco

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Apr 28, 2020

There is a myriad of box food products you can buy to feed your family during quarantine but finding high-quality, nutritious, real-food products that last in the freezer, or in the pantry, is essential when it comes to your families health and well-being. Drew asked the founder of Kettle and Fire, Justin Mares, to join him on the podcast because Kettle and Fire’s bone broths and soups are his go-to source of nutritious broths when he feeds his girls. Justin describes the meticulous process of sourcing the high-quality, organic ingredients, how Mark Cuban was essential in creating the recipe, and how the corona pandemic has affected his company. 

 

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Key Takeaways:

 

[6:11] Justin describes how a family need led him to create his broth and his brand. 

 

[9:06] Developing a high-quality, nutrition-dense bone broth required some powerful partners. 

 

[12:56] The care required to produce a healthy, environmentally friendly product. 

 

[19:25] Kettle and Fire offers several convenient paleo and keto products.

 

[27:41] Learning to say no was one of the most productive ways Justin could move his business forward. 

 

[34:15] Since the corona pandemic started Kettle and Fire has seen a 4-5 times increase in sales and it has put a strain on the company to deliver products in a timely manner. 

 

[37:47] Where to find Kettle and Fire products.  

 

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Mentioned in This Episode:

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@kettleandfire on Instagram

@jwmares on Twitter

Keto School Program

Single Daddy Daily Podcast — A Collaboration of Drew & Evan DeMarco

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Apr 21, 2020

A common misconception in business is that an entrepreneur must be an expert in a particular field to create a successful business venture. Drew’s guest, Jeff Fenster, Founder and CEO of Everbowl, an assembly line style superfood bowl franchise is proof of the inaccuracy. Even during the closure of his 28 flagship eateries due to the corona pandemic, Jeff and his team created a revenue stream out of delivering Everbowl’s directly to customer’s homes. He says it’s about seizing opportunities and pivoting and changing when the need arises. During this episode, Jeff shares his passion for health and wellness, how his failures have only made him stronger, and how Everbowl will become the next big franchise in the nation. 

 

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Key Takeaways:

 

[6:14] What it is like for Jeff in California during the pandemic. 

 

[8:12] Jeff’s career took several twists and turns before he realized he wasn’t meant to work in a large, bureaucratic business environment.

 

[13:00] In 2016, Jeff decided to follow his passion for health and wellness and create his Everbowl restaurant chain which follows his UNEVOLVE protocol. 

 

[17:43] Jeff considers his lack of experience a strength toward his ability to create a successful restaurant franchise.  

 

[28:51] Drew shares how his Fit2Fat2Fit journey was born out of the last economic downturn.

 

[29:58] What led Jeff to create the process of providing superfoods in an assembly line method. 

 

[34:19] Laterbowls was created to get product to customers during the pandemic. 

 

[37:27] When it seems like all is lost where there is a will there's a way. No matter what your goal is.

 

[45:07] Order a Laterbowl with Drew’s code and get $10 off your delivery order.  

 

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Mentioned in This Episode:

Everbowl

@everbowlcraftsuperfood on Instagram

 

Keto School Program

Single Daddy Daily Podcast — A Collaboration of Drew & Evan DeMarco

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Apr 14, 2020

A woman is acutely aware of her hormones throughout most of her life. From the onset of menstruation to pregnancy and through to menopause, women can detect hormone imbalances but are never exactly sure what diet and exercise programs will create harmony in their systems. To help us understand the science behind the emotions, Drew welcomes Dr. Anna Cabeca to the podcast. Dr. Cabeca is a board-certified OB/GYN and author of the books, The Hormone Fix and Keto-Green 16. Her work has been featured on ABC, CBS, NBC and in People and Shape magazines. During this conversation, she explains how a keto-green diet can help women stabilize cortisol and oxytocin production leading to ‘hormone harmony’, the beneficial supplements that help both men and women deal with hormone imbalances and sexual and reproductive health, and how women can take control of their health at any age.

 

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Key Takeaways:

 

[8:06] Personal experiences led Anna to take a deep dive into the physiology of grief and trauma. 

 

[13:41] Understanding imbalanced hormones and the different stages of menstruation and menopause for women.

 

[17:52] How insulin and cortisol affect a woman’s reproductive organs and a baseline for hormone level testing. 

 

[22:40] Anna’s ‘Green Keto’ approach was originally called the ‘Keto-Alkaline’ approach and is based on adding alkaline into a diet. 

 

[32:10] The problem with the low-fat movement of the ‘80s and the importance of healthy fats for hormonal balance.

 

[40:50] Supplements that support sexual health in both men and women. 

 

Sponsors: 

 

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Mentioned in This Episode:

Dr. Anna Cabeca 

@DrAnnaCabeca on Instagram

Julva Trial

Keto Green Calculator 

Keto Green 16 Book

Keto For Women Over 40

The Hormone Fix Book

Keto Green Recipe Book

Keto School Program

Single Daddy Daily Podcast — A Collaboration of Drew & Evan DeMarco

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Apr 7, 2020

Can you imagine being diagnosed with a rare, hereditary disease that affects your nerves and your ability to control your muscles? What about getting the news when swimming competitively is your passion? Most people would consider this uphill battle to be more than they could handle but not Drew’s guest, Jamal Hill. Jamal is currently training for the 2020 Paralympics and holds the national record for 50M and 100M freestyle races. He is the President and Founder of the Swim Uphill Foundation. The foundation has the grand goal of teaching over 1-million people to swim with a program Jamal designed. During this podcast, Jamal shares with Drew his history, what he is doing now, and his big plans for the future. His tenacity for achievement and affinity for entrepreneurial endeavors make this athlete one to watch and listen to. 

 

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Key Takeaways:

 

[5:10] How Jamal helped actor Terry Crews learn to swim. 

 

[6:31] Jamal was told that he had the rare, hereditary, Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease at age ten. 

 

[15:24] Jamal shares the reasons he feels shame about his condition, even after becoming an accomplished athlete.

 

[18:01] The technique’s Jamal and his coaches use to make him a national champion swimmer. 

 

[27:26] Jamal has big plans for 2020, 2024, and 2028. He shares how he plans to make it to the podium and teach 1-million people to swim.

 

[33:27] How Jamal’s team handles the nutritional component of his training regime.

 

[37:48] How Paralympic athletes are grouped and where Jamal’s special abilities fit into the competition. 

 

[41:45] The Swim Up Hill Foundation has a mission to teach 1-million people to swim. 

 

Sponsors: 

 

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Mar 31, 2020

If you have ever wished for first-hand tips and strategies from a world-record-holding endurance athlete, your wish has come true. Drew’s guest, Zach Bitter, is an endurance athlete and coach. He is a three-time national champion, a world, and U.S. record holder, and a wealth of knowledge on endurance racing. During this podcast episode, Zach shares every facet of what he does to prepare for a race including his nutritional needs and mental prep, how he physically and mentally recovers from a race, how he modifies his keto diet to include carbohydrates before a race, and the biggest hurdles ultra-marathoners face before, during, and after a race. He also answers questions from Drew’s Instagram followers. 

 

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Key Takeaways:

 

[4:52] Zach was bitten by the running bug in middle school but it wasn’t until he earned an entry to the Western State that he developed a strategy for his runs.  

 

[11:37] Zach describes how he trains his body and his mind for a 100-mile endurance run. 

 

[16:12] How Zach transitioned into a keto diet and how he uses it for performance. 

 

[28:29] It is important to stay positive when mentally preparing for a 100-mile race. 

 

[34:24] Does Zach take supplements or exogenous ketones during a race? 

 

[38:01] Zach’s pre and post-race routines. 

 

[43:29] What is Zach Bitter’s preferred ultra footwear and why? 

 

[47:33] Staving off dehydration during an endurance run. 

 

[50:10] Zach shares examples of when his body just wouldn’t go during a race and how he stays mentally tough. 

 

[56:16] How Zach trains for runs and how he builds strategies for clients. 

 

[1:01:19] Recovery strategies and biohacks. 

 

[1:06:37] Zach shares his career strategy and what’s next on the horizon.  

 

Sponsors: 

 

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Mentioned in This Episode:

Zach Bitter

Zach Bitter on Youtube

@zbitter on Twitter

@zachbitter on Instagram 

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Mar 24, 2020

The beauty of growing and learning as humans is that sometimes we discover new techniques and practices that transcend what we previously thought was the most effective. Current healing methods for joint, nerve, muscle, and structural pain may involve an MRI or X Rays but what if we don’t need to put our bodies into machines to find and heal the source of our problem? That’s what Drew’s guest, Dr. Eugene Charles suggests. Dr. Charles founded The Applied Kinesiology Center of New York and he practices and teaches Applied Kinesiology in New York City. During this interview, he shares tips and takeaways from his book, Journey to Healing: The Art and Science of Applied Kinesiology, how muscle testing works, and how Applied Kinesiology fits into the Triad of Health. 

 

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Key Takeaways:

 

[4:20] When a doctor healed his shoulder by moving nerve energy, Dr. Charles knew what he wanted to do with his life’s work.

 

[10:24] Defining Applied Kinesiology and how muscle testing works. 

 

[18:18] Dr. Charles shares his views on why more doctors aren’t studying and making use of Applied Kinesiology. 

 

[24:19] Protocols for identifying and testing knee injuries.

 

[28:39] Movement is medicine and the triad of health.  

 

[38:17] Dr. Charles describes several key takeaways from his book, Journey to Healing: The Art and Science of Applied Kinesiology

 

[43:53] How to find doctors who practice Applied Kinesiology. 

 

Sponsors: 

 

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Mentioned in This Episode:

Charles Seminars

@DrEugeneCharles on Twitter

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Mar 17, 2020

Changing a behavior is a task that seems easy in theory but when it comes to breaking a habit or believing something different about oneself it can take years to accomplish without a strategy. Drew’s guest, Dr. Steven Hayes created the Acceptance and Commitment Theory (ACT) to help individuals emancipate themselves from unconscious habits and thoughts and become psychologically flexible. During this interview, he shares techniques from Get Out of Your Mind and Into Your Life and A Liberated Mind, two of his forty-six books. He also describes the work he does with competitive athletes to transform their athletic identity. Dr. Hayes’s TEDx talk about psychological flexibility has over 400k views on Youtube and has published over 600 scientific articles. 

 

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Key Takeaways:

 

[5:36] Dr. Hayes admits to being an academic research geek who studies the processes of change.

 

[12:24] Dr. Hayes’s book, Get Out of Your Mind and Into Your Life is a workbook of 6 psychological flexibility processes and A Liberated Mind simplifies the message. 

 

[24:13] Techniques and exercises people can use to transform how they react to unhealthy emotions and feelings. 

 

[32:52] How to become the observer of your own journey by identifying with your inner child. 

 

[39:25] How Dr. Hayes works with competitive athletes to improve performance by working through their identities. 

 

[50:46] Dr. Hayes describes what Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is and how it works. 

 

Sponsors: 

 

Complete Wellness Supplements — Shop Drew’s hand-formulated, high-quality, pre-workout greens, Keto Meal Replacement with grass-fed collagen, MCT Oil soft-gels and now a keto meal with Birthday Cake flavor. Some products are available through Amazon Prime.

 

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Mentioned in This Episode:

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Single Daddy Daily Podcast — A Collaboration of Drew & Evan DeMarco

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Mar 10, 2020

As a nutritionist, when Brooke Alpert saw her husband’s physical health dwindling from an autoimmune disease, she tried valiantly to ease his condition with every tool in her toolbox. She had him on one diet after another in an attempt to offer him relief from his chronic pain. When she realized CBD was the safest supplement that worked for him, she set out to find all the information and research she could about CBD. During this episode, Brooke tells Drew about the benefits of CBD based on her private research, how CBD works within the body’s endocannabinoid system, and the powdered CBD product she created and sells. 

 

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Key Takeaways:

 

[7:11] Brooke describes how she became involved with CBD when looking to ease the symptoms of her husband’s autoimmune disease. 

 

[12:20] The difference between THC and CBD and defining the compound that supplies relief. 

 

[16:40] As a nutritionist, Brooke added CBD to several of her client’s programs with surprisingly good results.

 

[21:45] How our endocannabinoid system (ECS) works. 

 

[25:27] Common misconceptions about CBD use and what scientific research tells us about CBD. 

 

[29:55] All CBD is not created equal. How to know if a product is high-quality.

 

[37:01] As we become more knowledgeable about THC and CBD, we can make better decisions about what offers us relief. 

 

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