Nutrition Mini-Lectures

Nutrition
21 Jul
Data Quality In Nutrition & Coaching – Dr Paul Rimmer Paul is currently researching in the area of data quality and tracking. We have a mini series of videos coming (3 videos) discussing these areas. Data tracking is a huge area where many in the industry fall down. We need to track the right things […]
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30 Jun
Function of Fat Cells in Obese vs Lean Individuals Did you know that fat cells operate differently in obese vs lean individuals? This has a huge impact on other systems too including our resistance to diseases such as type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Inflammatory markers increase as we get fatter and our ability to […]
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29 Jun
Relative Energy Deficiency / Low Energy Availability RED-S is the abbreviation for Relative Energy Deficiency Syndrome and is an issue still very prevalent in sport and fitness. Females are affected more than males due to their physiology but males are still included in those affected by this continued restriction of energy intake relative to our […]
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21 May
Metabolic Adaptation 3 – Dr Paul Rimmer Paul delivers his final video in the metabolic adaptation series. These three lecture videos will give great insight into why we hit plateaus when losing body fat so make sure you take note!   Questions for Paul below: Add Favourite
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07 May
Using Diet Breaks for Fat Loss Sometimes linear dietary approaches can be quite difficult to stick to long term. However we can use maintenance periods or even surplus periods to our advantage. The research around diet breaks isn’t conclusive but there is good argument for including these things with certain populations in certain circumstances. Anecdotally […]
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06 May
Fat Loss Considerations – The Basic Principles This is quite a long video so feel free to watch in sections or however you prefer. I loosely discuss all of the basic considerations around creating an environment for fat loss. On hindsight of this video, i feel as though i may be better off segmenting this […]
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01 May
How to get better Sleep Firstly i want to point out an error in the video. I mentioned Magnesium and the daily intake of it – it’s not 8-11mg – that is Zinc not Magnesium (Doh). For Mag it’s 310-420mg ish generally. So yeah. Eat your leafy greens and the many other magnesium rich foods, […]
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09 Apr
Food Quality – Processed Food The amount of calories we absorb from food is dictated largely by the amount of surface area the food can be broken down to. More surface area = better absorption. This is why we chew food in the first place essentially! We take a chunk and mash it down mixing […]
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03 Apr
Inactivity & Muscle Loss / Muscle Retention Motivation to move seems to have dwindled for some people so i thought it would be useful to post up some information. One study is from severe reduction in activity from >10,000 steps per day to under 2000 steps per day. However the example studies shown on the […]
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