What is health coaching?
In this cast, Dr Cliff Harvey chats with Health Coach extraordinaire about what health coaching is (and isn't), how to tell a legitimate health coach from someone who is just an underqualified wannabe nutritionist, and the value of legitimate, credible health coaching in clinical practice.
In this episode of the podcast, I chat with Dr Simon Thornley about the latest data on the associations between various interventions and their effects on COVID cases and mortality.
Simon Thornley MbChB, PhD is a medical doctor, biostatistician and epidemiologist. He is a senior lecturer at the University of Auckland.
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In this podcast I was honoured to sit down with mo pral (my brother/mate) Romani elder and leader of the Romani community in Aotearoa, Bob Lovell Kamulo.
We discussed the origins of the Romani people, how the term 'Gypsy' is a descriptor specifically for the Romani people (not a lifestyle choice), and that it's use by non-Romani people, especially for profit, is offensive.
Bob also tells some great stories and tales from a Rom perspective.
Enjoy, it's kushti rokker.
In this cast I chat with Dr Mikki Williden all about holistic wellness and why we need to go beyond an arbitrary ideal of 'health' as a goal, and instead focus on creating a life of passion and purpose.
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In this episode of the podcast, I chat with my colleagues, Drs Mikki Williden, Caryn Zinn, and Dan Plews about whether low-carbohydrate diets negatively impact hormone balance.
It's commonly assumed that people (especially women) 'need' a certain amount of carbohydrate in the diet in order to preserve hormone levels and function. But the evidence suggests otherwise.
One of my articles spurred this conversation (Do Low-Carb Diets Negatively Affect Hormone Balance?) and it ended up being a great summary of the things that you should actually be focussed on. (Hint: carb content of the diet isn't usually one!)
Caryn Zinn PhD, RD is a registered dietitian, researcher, and senior lecturer at Auckland University of Technology.
Mikki Williden PhD is a registered nutritionist, researcher, and senior lecturer at UNITEC.
Dan Plews PhD is an exercise physiologist and exercise and nutrition researcher based at High Performance Sport NZ and Auckland University of Technology.
A group of New Zealand academics has suggested a more moderate approach to our response to the COVID pandemic which they believe will lessen the long-term damage to health that would result from an extended lockdown. In this podcast, Dr Cliff Harvey discuss the rationale and reasons for their 'Plan B' approach with Professor of Public Health, Dr Grant Schofield and biostatistician and epidemiologist, Dr Simon Thornley.
In this episode, Cliff Harvey PhD talks with Mike Huffam, kettlebell expert, strength and conditioning coach, and founder of The Master Kettlebell Academy, Mike Huffam.
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In this episode of the podcast, I chat with my homie, Richie Hardcore.
Richie is a former professional Muay Thai fighter and boxer and is a coach for fighters. More importantly, he is a vocal and tireless advocate for intelligent drug reform, public health, and for combating gendered violence.
In this cast, Richie and I go deep on outrage culture, social media and its impact on society and mental health, veganism, and more!
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In this episode of the podcast, I chat with my good buddy Darren 'Daz' Ellis about his journey from Kiwi everyman, to the Godfather of CrossFit in NZ! We also discuss, health, performance, and happiness, and how to stay awesome even as you become a middle-aged former musclehead.
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In this episode chat with my good friend Michelle Yandle. Michelle is a nutrition and health coach who focusses on empowered patterns of eating and living well.
In this episode of the podcast, I chat with yogi, and recovery-focussed personal trainer Rachel Grunwell about her journey from invesitagtive journalism to running marathons and becoming a health-focussed journalist and yoga practitioner.
Rachel's new book 'Balance', featuring insights from health and performance experts from around the world, can be found on AMAZON and more about Rachel and her work and book can be found at her site: https://inspiredhealth.co.nz/
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 and uses primal movement training along with nutrition and lifestyle to help people perform at their very best.
Find out more about Chris and download the PrimalThenics app at www.primalthenics.com
I loved chatting with Toney about his journey into bodybuilding and more importantly, life after bodybuilding, and how critical it is to discover your WHY in life.
Toney had so many key insights into life that this cast requires multiple listens! Enjoy.
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Paul 'Cadsy' Cadman is a nutrition and performance coach specialising in custom nutrition, supplementation and training programming for endurance athletes.
I love chatting to Cadsy as he is a self-experimenter who's always willing to do the hard yards, walking the talk, before applying it with his athletes. Paul has had great success fine-tuning 'mixed fuelling' (carbs + ketones) and with other supplements like MitoQ, mushrooms, Super Starch and more!
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In this episode I chatted again to my buddy Dr Dan Plews. Dan Plews is a PhD researcher, coach, and weapon endurance athlete. His research has looked extensively at the application of Heart Rate Variability for measuring fatigue and recovery in athletes, along with hydration, electrolytes and more. Dan is the founder of EndureIQ, an online education platform for long distance triathletes.
Listeners of the Carb-Appropriate Podcast can receive 10% off a subscription to HRV4TRaining Pro - the very best application for coaches and practitioners to monitor their athletes HRV results. Just use code cliff at HRV4T.com
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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!
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 NZ exclusive distributor of Life Cykel.
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Eric Helms PhD, 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. Eric 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...
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Cliff chats with his research colleague and 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/
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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.
- The Carb Appropriate Podcast Episode 7. Featuring Professor Grant Schofield, PhD.
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.
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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.
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