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Today we are interviewing Health and fitness expert Jonathan Bailor about his new book: The Calorie Myth. He talks to us about why food quality and hormonal balance is so much more important that low calories dieting and excessive exercise when someone wants to lose weight.
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Welcome to the Healthnuts Podcast with certified holistic nutrition consultants Mary Vance & Caitlin Weeks. Our goal is to dispel mainstream nutrition myths and bring you the best in holistic health & real food education.
The only purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. It is no substitute for professional care by a doctor or other qualified medical professional. This podcast is provided with the understanding that it does not constitute medical advice or services. Instead, we encourage you to discuss your with a licensed health care provider. Caitlin Weeks and Mary Vance assume no liability for any of your activities in connection with this podcast.
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Bio of Jonathan Bailor
Collaborating with top scientists for over 10 years, analyzing over 1,300 studies, and garnering endorsements by top doctors from Harvard Medical School, Johns Hopkins, Yale, and UCLA, Jonathan Bailor is a nutrition and exercise expert and former personal trainer who specializes in using high-quality food and exercise to simplify wellness.
He has registered over 25 patents and authored the #1 internationally best selling The Calorie Myth (HarperCollins). Bailor serves as a Senior Program Manager at Microsoft, hosts a popular syndicated wellness radio show, blogs on The Huffington Post, and consults for organizations around the world. His free 28-day quick-start eating and exercise guide is available at BailorGroup.com. A Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa graduate of DePauw University, Bailor lives outside of Seattle with his wife Angela and works to enable others to live better through simple, proven science.
Questions for Jonathan:
Resolutions for new years: where people go wrong?
Why is calories in and calories out flawed? Can you point us to specific studies that support your claims?
Why are hormones are more important than calories?
Tell us about your sane foods theory…
There is a school of thought out there saying that eliminating major food groups (gluten, sugar, dairy, grains, etc) is diet extreme and that restricting these foods leads to obsession and eating disorder behavior. What is your opinion of this?
You’re a fit guy — do people say that being slim is just natural for you?
What do you tell people who are already doing everything right and not getting results?
What are some common exercise mistakes?
What do you think of crossfit?
Why is eccentric exercise important?
Questions from readers/ facebook:
What do you think of the Twinkie diet?
What are your words of encouragement around getting healthy?
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